Dr. Jennifer Tupper

Dr. Jennifer Tupper,  Dean, Faculty of Education

Associate Professor, Social Studies Education
Dean, Faculty of Education

Office: ED 309
E-mail: Jennifer.Tupper@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4500
Fax: 306-585-5330

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta, November, 2004.

Master of Arts in Education, Department of Curriculum Studies, University of British Columbia, 1998.

Bachelor of Education with distinction, University of Alberta, 1994.

Related Teaching and Teacher Education Experience

2014-2015 Associate Professor & Acting Dean

2011-2014 Associate Professor & Associate Dean, Faculty Development and Human Resources

2008 – 2011 Associate Professor & Social Studies Chair

2008 – present Associate Professor & Social Studies Chair, Faculty of Education

July 2004 – 2008 Assistant Professor & Social Studies Chair, Faculty of Education, University of Regina
July 2003 – present Curriculum Consultant, John Humphrey Human Rights Curriculum Project, John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights

Nov 2002 – June 2004 Curriculum Consultant, Alberta Program of Studies for Social Studies, Grades 7-12, Alberta Learning

Jan 2002 – Apr 2004 Research Assistant, Spatial Practices and Ethnocultural Diversity: Students Negotiating Spaces and Identities, Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta

Jan 2001- Dec 2001 Research Assistant, Student Teachers’ Resistance to Knowledge in Multicultural and Anti-Racist Education, Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta

Sept 2000 – Dec 2001 Instructor, Teacher Education Program, Secondary Social Studies Methods, University of Alberta

1998-2001 Teacher, Social Studies 30, Summer School, Edmonton Catholic Schools

1997-1998 Instructor, Teacher Education Program, Social Studies Methods, Elementary & Middle School, University of British Columbia

1994-1996 Teacher, Social Studies & English, Grades 10-12, Alberta College

1993-1994 Teacher , Progressive Academy, Edmonton

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