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Adrienne Argent

Capilano University

In her pedagogist role, whether Adrienne is thinking alongside children, educators or ECCE students she is always concerned with the co-creation of inventive and evolving pedagogies that are situated and responsive to the times we are currently living within.

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Amy Flanigan

Langara College

As a faculty member and pedagogist, Amy is passionate about reimagining early childhood education with children, educators and student educators to create collective learning spaces where diversity and differences are celebrated.

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Antje Bitterberg

Vancouver Island University

As a faculty member, Antje strives to create spaces for democratic conversations to reimagine education.

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Bo Sun Kim

Capilano University

Bo Sun focuses her professional interests on teachers’ pedagogical dispositions and children’s relations with worlds through their narratives and artistic languages.

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Carol Burbee

Northern Lights College

As a faculty member and pedagogist, Carol embraces pedagogical dialogue to foster educational practice that liberate students and educators from limiting ways of being in educational spaces.

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Cheryl Cameron

Vancouver Island University

Cheryl is committed to arts-based research in early childhood education as an activator of co-created curriculum. Cheryl is a sessional instructor interested in re-conceptualizations of mentor-student relationships within the practicum experience.

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Danielle Davis

Camosun College

Danielle is one of the faculty pedagogist at Camosun College in Victoria. Her practice is grounded in relationships. She feels privileged when students, educators, and children invite her into their thinking.

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Karen Liska

Northern Lights College

Karen advocates for and encourages educator growth in our many ways of knowing, being, and doing, and honours the importance of our connection to our place, space, and time.

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Lesley Henderson

North Island College

Lesley, an instructor in the faculty of early childhood education and care, was previously creator/director of Roseberry Preschool in Comox, engaging community in innovative project work.

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Michelle Erridge

Okanagan College

Michelle brings a deep interest in connections between children, nature, and artmaking to her teaching and faculty pedagogist roles, and supports educators and ECE students to engage curriculum as a co-constructed process.

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Michelle Pierce

Selkirk College

Michelle works with students as they engage in reflective practice alongside their mentors in the ECE field.

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Miranda Tanner

North Island College

Miranda is committed to arts and nature-based research in early childhood education as an activator of co-created curriculum. Her practice is focused on relationships, communication and respect. She honours the importance of connection to nature; awareness; to each other and connection within ourselves.