We respectfully acknowledge that our work at UBC takes place on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam people (xʷməθkʷəy̓əm).

This blogsite serves as a forum where EDST students and faculty can publicly share their research, provoke dialogue on topics in education, discuss student issues, and engage with others within the UBC community.

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Questions can be directed to blog editor, Jessica Lussier, at edstblog.editor@ubc.ca.


EDST Blog: Call for Papers (and Introduction to Editorial Board) (2/24/2023) by Blog Editor - The EDST blog editorial board is pleased to invite EDST students, staff, and faculty to submit contributions to the EDST blog.   Department head André Mazawi described EDST as our “common home,” “in the sense of a space we all share in the pursuit of our work, studies, and contributions.”…
EDST Welcome to the 2023-24′ Year (8/25/2023) by Blog Editor - Welcome back to another year in EDST! For those of you who are new to the department, from the blog team I'd like to extend a warm welcome. The department is a wonderful community to join, hosting talented teaching and research faculty, as well as a dynamic and welcoming student…
Prefigurative Education: The Case of Two Early 20th Century Educational Experiments (by Yotam Ronen) (6/6/2023) by Blog Editor - This post was originally presented at the 2023 EDST Research Day. EDST students and faculty are invited to share their own reflections, presentations, or memories from Research Day (see below for further details). During the early 20th century, radical educational experiments were founded in various parts of the world. In…
How to Write Research Differently: Examples from a Comic Poetic Inquiry (4/21/2023) by Blog Editor - This presentation was originally given at the EDST 2023 Research Day. EDST students and faculty are invited to share their own reflections, presentations, or memories from Research Day (see below for further details). How to Write Research Differently: Examples from a Comic Poetic Inquiry A Research Day Workshop by Gabriella…
“All Flourishing is Mutual”: Reciprocity, Education, and Braiding Sweetgrass (3/28/2023) by Blog Editor - This presentation was originally given at the 2021 EDST Research Day. EDST students and faculty are invited to share their own reflections, presentations, or memories from Research Day 2023. Amidst the pandemic in 2021, EDST students, faculty, and staff gathered on Zoom one Saturday in April. The conference opened with…
“On Public Facing Scholarship” by Itamar Manoff (1/12/2023) by Blog Editor - Have you written a paper you are proud of? Are there aspects of your research you are excited to share with others? Do you want to learn how to communicate your work to a broader audience? This blog post will offer some tips and ideas on how to get your…