Our internationally renowned scholars and talented graduate students generate new knowledge and advance understanding, practice, and policy in education.
Our scholars link educational research to local and global community needs, inform theory, practice and policy, and introduce innovative research methods.
Notable strengths are in literacy, struggling and marginalized youth, Indigenous education and research, transformational curriculum design, social-emotional well-being, autism, kinesiology and exercise physiology, and multidisciplinary research in diversity, health and digital media.
Centre for Group Counselling and Trauma (CGCT)
Centre for Intercultural Language Studies (CILS)
Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration in Autism (CIRCA)
Centre for Policy Studies in Higher Education and Training (CHET)
Centre for Sport and Sustainability (CSS)
Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness (CSHC)
Centre for the Study of Teacher Education (CSTE)
Indigenous Education Institute of Canada
Institute for Early Childhood Education and Research (CECER)
Psychoeducational Research and Training Centre (PRTC)