Daniel H. Jarvis, O.C.T., Ph.D.
Professor, Schulich School of Education
Dr. Jarvis teaches courses in the pre-service, in-service, and graduate education programs within the Schulich School of Education at Nipissing University, North Bay, Ontario. His research interests include technology, curriculum integration, teacher professional learning, and educational leadership. He gratefully acknowledges support provided by Nipissing University, CFTL, and Schulich STEM Initiatives for this project.
Jarvis, D. H. (2016). Messy but meaningful: Exploring the transition to reform-based pedagogy with teachers of mathematics and coordinators in Ontario, Canada. Teacher Development, 20(1), 18-39. DOI: 10.1080/13664530.2015.1108928
Jarvis, D. H. (2012). RE4MUL8: Creating an online and mobile technology support for Grade 7-8 teachers of mathematics. Ontario Mathematics Gazette, 51(2), 24-27.
Jarvis, D. H. (2013, May). RE4MUL8: Exploring an online/mobile resource for Grade 7-8 teachers of mathematics. Workshop session delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Ontario Association for Mathematics Education, “Think Big,” May 2-4, 2013, Seneca College, Toronto, ON.
Jarvis, D. H. (2013, February). RE4MUL8: Effective problem-based learning in the elementary classroom. Workshop conducted as part of the Great Moon Gathering Conference 2013, Omushkego Education Authorities, Northern College, Moosonee, ON.
Jarvis, D. H. (2012, October). RE4MUL8: Supporting grade 7-8 teachers of mathematics with an online/mobile resource. Lecture delivered as part of “Stand Up, Stand Out” Professional Week 2012. Nipissing University, North Bay, ON.
Jarvis, D. H. (2011, December). iPods, iPads, iTeach, iLearn: Highlights and insights from a teacher/researcher in math, art, and technology education. Invited presentation as guest speaker at a meeting of the Ontario Mathematics Coordinators Association (OMCA). Hamilton, ON.