THE SHORT STORY
THE LONG STORY: An elaborate version of my Scholarly Output:
University of Toronto
Sessional Lecturer, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Masters of Teaching Program: Educational Research Inquiry, Graduate Studies: Current Issues in Science & Technology; Teaching Science
Assistant Professor Science Education P/J/I & Post Doctoral Fellow
Biology Education, Science & Social Studies Education, Mathematics Education, Practicum
Nelson Education Ltd.
Science Writer (Freelance) for the latest edition of Science textbook/curriculum resources
Pulsus Group Incorporated; The Medical Peer Review Publisher
Associate Medical Editor and Science writer
Research projects I was part of:
A Longitudinal Study: Investigating the Impact of an Outreach Program on Students’ Future Course Selection and STEM Career Choices
- Fostering environmental leadership in pre-service teachers
- Translating local knowledge as eco-literacy development: Preparing teacher candidates for environmental educational leadership
Schulich School of Education, Nipissing University
- Exploring and enhancing the readiness of pre-service teachers for teaching STEM curricula: A field trip intervention.
- Critical Place Based Science Education with teacher candidates and the local community in the North
The Affective Domain in Science Education
Chapters in Books
D’Giuseppe, M., Elliott, P., Ibrahim-Khan, S., Rhodes, S., Scott, J. & Steele, A. (2016). Rising to the Challenge: Promoting Environmental Education in Three Ontario Faculties of Education. In: Karrow, D., D’Giuseppe, M, Elliott, P., Gwekwerere, Y. & Inwood, H. (Ed.s) Canadian Perspectives in Initial Teacher Environmental Education Praxis. Canadian Research in Teacher Education Polygraph Series, Ottawa: Canadian Association for Teacher Education.
Adams, J., Ibrahim, S., & Tam, L. (2010). Invoking the Ontological Realm of Place: A Dialogic Response. In Tippins, D.J., Mueller, M.P., van Eijck, M., & Adams, J.D. (Eds.). Cultural studies and environmentalism: The confluence of ecojustice, place-based (science) education, and indigenous knowledge systems. New York: Springer.
Alsop, S., & Ibrahim, S. (2008). Visual journeys in critical place based science education. In Y-J. Lee, & A-K. Tan (Eds.), Science education at the nexus of theory and practice. Rotterdam: SensePublishers 291-303.
Refereed Journal Articles
Alsop, S. & Ibrahim Khan, S. (2015) School-Community Projects/Programs. In Gunstone R (ed.) Encyclopedia of Science Education, pp. 851-854, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg, New York, London.
Steele, A., Brew, C., Rees, C., & Ibrahim Khan, S. (2013). Our Practice, Their Readiness: Teacher Educators Collaborate to Explore and Improve Preservice Teacher Readiness for Science and Math Instruction. Journal of Science Teacher Education 24(1), 111-131.
Steele, A., Brew, C., Rees, C., & Ibrahim Khan, S. (2012). Our Practice, Their Readiness: Teacher Educators Collaborate to Explore and Improve Pre-service Teacher Readiness for Science and Math Instruction. Journal of Science Teacher Education Published Online July 23rd 2012 http://www.springerlink.com.cat1.lib.trentu.ca:8080/content/w4q1v2lx2j177117/fulltext.html
Alsop, S., & Ibrahim, S. (2007). Searching for Science Motive: Community, Imagery and Agency. Alberta Science Education Journal (Special Edition, Shapiro, B. (Ed.) Research and writing in science education of interest to those new in the profession). 38(2), 17-24.
Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings
Ibrahim Khan S. (2018). (Accepted) “Learning and unlearning a sense of place and community in science education.” Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA): New York, New York, USA. April, 2018.
Ibrahim Khan & Msykal, Decoito (2017). The M in STEM: Exploring the integration and interest of Mathematics in a middle school STEM program. CSSE: Toronto. May 2017.
Elliott & Ibrahim Khan (2015). Fostering Eco-mentorship in Pre-Service Teacher Candidates. World Environmental Education Congress: Sweden.
Ibrahim-Khan, S. (2011). Visualizing, Investigating & Remembering: Modeling a Critical Place-Based Science Education. National Association for Research in Science Teaching: Florida, USA. April 4, 2011.
Ibrahim, S., White, F. & Otoide, L. (2008). Rethinking STSE: Meaningful Contexts and a Sense of Place. Science Teachers Association of Ontario (STAO): Toronto, Ontario. November 13, 2008.
Alsop, S., Ibrahim, S., & White, A.F. (2008) Memes, Imagery, Agency, and Place: Locating Motives in Science Education. American Education Research Association (AERA): New York, USA. March 25, 2008.
White, A.F., Ibrahim, S., &. Alsop, S. (2008) Science Teacher Education in Place: A Participatory Action Research Approach. National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST): Baltimore, USA. March 31, 2008.
Barry, C., Hoisak, C., Alsop, S., Ibrahim, S., & White, A.F. (2007) Imagery and Agency: Viewing Science through a Camera Lens in the Community. Science Teachers Association of Ontario (STAO): Toronto, Ontario. November 15, 2007.
Alsop, S, S Ibrahim and F White. (2007). Learning, Feeling and Doing: Recovering a Sense of Community and Place in Science Teacher Education. 35th annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE): University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 26–29.
Ibrahim, S and Alsop, S. (2007). Popular ‘Science’ Culture and Public Pedagogy: How the media contemporizes the scientific issues of the Avian Flu Pandemic, and what popularization might mean for science education. 35th annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE): University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 26–29.
Alsop, S. & Ibrahim, S. (2007) Acts of emotional compliance and deviance: rendering visible contrasting emotional boundaries in elementary science classrooms. National Association for Research in Science Teaching. New Orleans, Louisiana, US. April 13-16, 2007.
White, F., Alsop, S., & Ibrahim, S. (2007) Viewing Science: Student perspectives and attitudes towards science as presented through visual documentation of science in their community. Canadian Society for Studies in Education, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, Canada. May 2007.
Ibrahim, S. (2006). “Science writers, Audience and Power: Mapping the production of science knowledge for public consumption” or “Les rédacteurs scientifiques, l’auditoire et le pouvoir : dresser la cartographie de la production du savoir scientifique destiné au grand public.” Paper presented in May at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) Annual Conference: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Alsop, S., Ibrahim, S. & Kurucz, C. (2006) Crayons and Conical Flasks: Transitioning from the Mindscape of Emotionality to the Landscape of Rationality in Elementary Science Education. Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), York University, Toronto, Canada. May 24-29th, 2006.
Alsop, S. & Ibrahim, S. (2006). “Classroom Climates and Emergent Emotionality: A study of the social construction of affect in grade 7 laboratories and grade 6 integrated classrooms.” National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST): San Francisco, California, USA. April, 2006.
Alsop, S, and S Ibrahim. 2006. “Anodyne Creations and Emergent Emotionality: A Digital Ethnographic Exploration of Emotional Contours in Grade 7 and Grade 8 Laboratories and Grade 6 Integrated Classrooms.” Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, California, April 1–3.
Alsop, S., Ibrahim, S., & Kurucz. C. 2006. “A Quasi-Comparative Video Ethnographic Exploration of Emotional Contours in a Grade 7/8 Laboratory and a Grade 6 Integrated Classroom.” Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA): San Francisco, California, USA. April, 2006.
Field Zine Community Resource
Ibrahim, S., Alsop, S., & Blimkie, M. (Eds.) (2008) Science and the city: A Field Zine. Toronto: Ontario. [An independent publication written by students and researchers and distributed free to research, student and parent communities] Featured on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science,_technology,_society_and_environment_education#Science_and_the_City
CBC: The Current (Sept 5th, 2014). Commander Hadfield hosts segment on Science Education in Canada. http://podcast.cbc.ca/mp3/podcasts/current_20140905_41373.mp3
Breakfast Television: (May 26th, 2017). Kevin Frankish hosts segment on Ramadan Customs and Traditions
LIVE SEGMENT http://www.bttoronto.ca/videos/ramadan
TWITTER SEGMENT https://twitter.com/KevinFrankish/status/868054405098196992