Dr. Bill Hunter was the Founding Dean of the Faculty of Education at UOIT, and served as dean until 2007. He is currently a full professor engaged in teaching and research related to educational technology. Dr. Hunter was once a high school English teacher and has taught courses for university departments of mathematics, nursing and psychology. His career has included positions in Ohio, Rhode Island, Nova Scotia, Alberta and Ontario.


Dr. Bill Hunter’s keynote address at the MISA /Student Success Research Day, Action Research to Inform a Research Based Practice (April 2009), was sponsored by the Barrie Region MISA Professional Network Centre.


In the video segments below, Dr. Katz focuses on the characteristics of effective learning communities, with particular emphasis on the concept of a culture of inquiry as the engine of a learning driven school. The focal point centres on building and supporting effective school-based learning communities that enable focused professional learning in relation to the defined student learning needs.


Suggested Audience

  • MISA leads
  • Superintendents with elementary and/or secondary responsibilities
  • Administrators (elementary and secondary)
  • Teachers
2016-12-24T05:52:25+00:00 December 24th, 2016|Presentations|Comments Off on Action Research to Inform a Research Based Practice – Dr. Bill Hunter

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