Recent Accomplishments

Awards

  • 2015 Nipissing University Distinguished Alumni Award Winner
  • 2014 Canadian Association For Teacher Education Doctoral Research Award (CATE)
  • 2014 Member of the Prime Minister’s Teaching Excellence Award Committee

Other Recent Notable Service, Teaching & Workshops

  • 2019 An Investigation of ‘Techno-Resiliency’ and How It Can Better Inform Technology Integration in Your School, ‘STEAM’ Student Summit (keynote speaker). St. Joseph Scollard Hall High School. North Bay, ON.
  • 2018 Collaboration or Cooperation? Cultivating the Desire to Be Better!. Canadian Forces Military Base Professional Development Series. (CFB, North Bay, ON.).
  • 2017-present Military Family Resource Center Board of Directors (Chair of Human Resources)
  • 2014  Ministry of Education Faculties of Education Virtual Learning Pilot Advisory Committee (faculty representative). Toronto, ON
  • 2011-2015 Aboriginal Teacher Certification Program (ATCP) Summer Program, Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning. North Bay, ON
  • 2011- Teacher of Anishnaabemowin as a Second Language (TASL) Summer Program, Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning. North Bay, ON

Recent Publications

Book

  • Graham, R. (2015). Technoresiliency: A New Approach For Understanding Technology In Education. New York, USA: Springer Publishing.

Book Chapter

  • Hatt, B. E. & Graham, R. (2017). Forming ICE for pre-service teacher education at Nipissing University. In Jarvis, D.H., & Kariuki, M. (Eds.). From Theory to Co-Practice: Perspectives on Co-Teaching in Higher Education. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
  • Graham, R. (2013). Inspirational transitions: Cultivating the capacity to embrace technology-enhanced learning and teaching. In Elliott-Johns, S.E. & Jarvis, D.H. (Eds.). Perspectives on transitions in schooling and instructional practice. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Research Papers

  • Hatt, B. E. & Graham, R. (2018). What is Imagination? Perspectives Held by New Entrants into a B. Ed. Program. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 64 (3),1-18.
  •  Hatt, B. E. & Graham, R. (2015). ICE-Blink: Canadian pre-service teachers’ perceptions of imagination in the teaching-learning process. The Journal of Creative Behaviour (submitted for peer review).
  • Graham, R. (2014). Towards a framework for better understanding first nation preservice teachers: An experiential approach. International Journal of E-Learning and Distance Education (submitted for peer review).
  • Graham, R. (2013). Smart clickers in the classroom: Power to engage or technolust or the potential to engage students? Canadian Journal of Action Research, 13(2), 3-20.
  • Carter, L. & Graham, R. (2012). 21st The Evolution of Online Learning at Small Northern Ontario University: Theory and Practice. International Journal of E-Learning and Distance Education. 26(2), http://www.ijede.ca/index.php/jde/article/view/799/1433
  • Graham, R., & Richardson, W. (2012). Leveling the playing field: Assistive technology, special education, and a Canadian perspective. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 2(1), 1-15. Retrieved from http://www.aijcrnet.com/index.php/archive/10-abstracts/80
  • Killam, L., Carter, L., & Graham, R. (2013). Facebook and issues of professionalism in undergraduate nursing education:  Risky business or a risk worth taking? International Journal of E-Learning and Distance Education (27)2. http://www.jofde.ca/index.php/jde/article/view/849
  • Ryan, T.G., & Graham, R. (2013). Barriers and bridges: Occasional new teacher induction. Journal of Elementary Education, 23(2), 1-15.