Arlene Corrigan

Email: corrigan@rccdsb.edu.on.ca

Position
Doctoral Student, Mathematics Education

Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa

Research Interests

  • Mathematics education
  • Classroom discourse
  • Secondary school mathematics

Doctoral Research
Thinking about Thinking in Mathematics Class

Current Position
Principal of Student Success and MISA Leader for the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

Current Projects

Studies of the Implementation of the Early Reading and Early Math Strategies
Research Assistant.
Research Contract with the Ontario Ministry of Education
This project is being conducted by a 7-member Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa research team. The two-year study examines a particular provincial professional development initiative in reading and math in grades 1-3. The Study includes the analysis of data gathered through questionnaires, interviews, document analysis and case studies and includes contact with 14, 000 participants.

Curriculum Implementation in Intermediate Mathematics (CIIM) Project
Research Assistant
Research Contract with the Ontario Ministry of Education
This project is being conducted by the Pi Group at the Faculty of Education.The three-year study examines the implementation of the Ontario mathematics curriculum in grades 7-10.

Selected Publications

Corrigan, A. (2006, February). What the research is telling us about homelessness from a qualitative health perspective. Poster session presented at the annual University of Ottawa Graduate Students Association (GSAED) Interdisciplinary Conference, Ottawa, ON.

Corrigan, A. (2006, March). Towards a conceptual framework of research dissemination and knowledge transfer. Poster session presented at the annual University of Ottawa Faculty of Education Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium, Ottawa, ON.

Corrigan, A. (2006, April). Struggling with coding and knowledge transfer: Health research and homelessness. Paper presented at the 12th Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, AB.

Corrigan, A. (2006, April). What the research is telling us about homelessness from a qualitative health perspective. Paper presented at the 12th Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, AB.

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