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Philippa Parks

Professeure, Faculté d'éducation

ÉDUCATION Pédagogie

Présentation

Sujet de recherche

Teaching

Disciplines de recherche

Comparative Education

Mots-clés

Teacher Identity, Teacher Education, Teacher Attrition, Teacher Self-Efficacy, Teacher Evaluation

Intérêts de recherche

Language Acquisition Theory Second Language (L2) Teacher Education Teacher Identity Teacher Self-Efficacy Teacher Attrition Teacher Evaluation Plurilingualism

Langues parlées et écrites

Anglais, Français

Diplômes

(2021). Should I stay, or should I go? A mixed method study of pre-service English second language teacher efficacy-identity development in Quebec. (Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy Educational Studies). McGill University.

(2011). (Master's non-Thesis, Master of Literature). Concordia University.

(1998). (Bachelor's, Bachelor of Education). McGill University.

Expérience académique

Professeure adjointe. (2021-). Université de Sherbrooke. Canada.

Chargée de cours (Course Lecturer). (2012-2021).

Course lecturer. (2012-2021). McGill University. Canada.

Research assistant. (2019-2021). McGill University. Canada.

Secondary School English Language Arts / ESL Teacher. (1998-2012).

Prix et distinctions

  • (1996) Dean's Honour List. McGill University. (Distinction).

Financement

  • Fellowship. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. The Weston Fellowship. The Weston Fellowship. 19 000 $. (2019-2020)
  • Scholarship. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. FRQSC Doctoral Scholarship. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et culture (FRQSC). 60 000 $. (2017-2020)
  • Fellowship. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. Walter A. and K. Mary Marsh Fellowship. Walter A. and K. Mary Marsh Fellowship. 9 000 $. (2018-2019)
  • Grant. (Awarded). Collaborator. Collaboration in Haitian Teacher Development: Cultivating Inclusive Action Research Practices. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). TOEFL Board Grant. ILTA Workshops and Meetings Grant. 19 000 $. (2016-2019)

Publications

Articles de revue

  • Parks, P. (2019). Book Review: Haworth & Craig (Eds.). The Career Trajectories of English Language Teachers.(. McGill Journal of Education/Revue des sciences de l'éducation de McGill 54 (1), (Published).
  • Parks, P. (2017). Understanding the connections between second language teacher identity, efficacy and attrition: A review of recent literature. Journal of Belonging, Identity, Language, and Diversity/Revue de Langage, Identité, Diversité, et Appartenance (J-BILD/R-LIDA) 10-25. (Published).

Chapitres de livre

  • Parks, P. (2022). Stories of Teaching - and Learning how to Teach - Literacy to Diverse Learners in a Language Classroom. Conrad, D Abodeeb-Gentile, T. Intersections of Diversity, Literacy, and Learner Difficulties: Conversations between teacher, students and researchers United States : Springer International. (Accepted).

Articles de magazine

  • Parks, P., Riches, C. (2021). Becoming an ESL Teacher in Quebec: Challenges, Identities and Resilience. Réflexions. 40(2). 4-6.
  • Parks, P. (2018). Teaching the Teachers: How can we make novice teachers successful? Ideas from the field. Réflexions. 37(1). 1-3.

Autres contributions

Cours enseignés

  • Didactics of ESL I. DID512. (2022-01-10 à 2022-04-30).(3CR).
  • Teaching ESL in Primary and Secondary Schools I. DID211. (2022-01-10 à 2022-04-30).(2CR).
  • Socioconstructivisme et approches pédagogiques contemporaines. PED864. (2021-09-07 à 2021-12-18).(3CR).
  • Teaching Grammar in ESL. EDSL512. (2020-01-06 à 2021-04-30).(3CR).
  • Teaching Oral Interaction in English. EDSL334. (2019-09-03 à 2021-12-17).(3CR).
  • Evaluation in Second Language Classrooms. EDSL412. (2016-01-04 à 2016-02-19).(3CR).
  • Literacy 1. EDSL330. (2015-09-08 à 2015-12-18).(3CR).
  • Professional Seminar 1. EDSL210. (2014-11-21 à 2014-12-12).(1CR).
  • DDL3338 - Teaching ESL-Language Arts. (2013-01-07 à 2021-04-30).UQAM. Niveau : Undergraduate. (3CR).
  • ESL-TEXTS. DDL3334. (2012-09-04 à 2021-12-17).UQAM. Niveau : Undergraduate. (3CR).
  • Literacy 2. EDSL332. (2012-01-02 à 2021-04-30).(3CR).

Gestion d'évènements

  • Co-Organisateur. (2022) CATE / ACÉFÉ pre-conference event and panel. (Conference).
  • Co-organisateur. (2021) Future trends in Teacher Education / Tendences futures dans les facultés d'Éducation (Graduate student symposium CATE / ACÉFÉ). (Conference).
  • Program (co)director. (2019) Canadian Association for the Study of Women in Education annual conference. (Association).

Activités de collaboration internationale

  • Collaboratrice. Canada. Collaboration in Haitian Teacher Development: Cultivating Inclusive Action Research PracticesPrincipal Investigator: Beverly Baker, PhD, Université d’Ottawa Funding: Awarded SSHRC Partnership Development grant ($163,233) Role: Assisting in collecting data from focus groups. Developing and conducting professional development for Haitian Teachers. Creating culturally appropriate ESL materials for the Haitian context. Collaborating with Haitian teachers through online PLCs. Providing feedback for educational app (teaching ESL).

Présentations

  • Parks, P. (2021). Spaces to Grow: Helping pre-service ESL teachers build efficacy and identity in Teacher Education programs. Summer LECTures / LECTuras de Verano, Keynote. Guanajuato, Mexico
  • Smith, C., Parks, P., Gabhi, M. (2020). How to support teacher educators' professional development around the world. Teacher Education around the world: Global perspectives Research Cooperation Development (ONLINE). Italy
  • Parks, P. (2020). The eyes that are always watching: How evaluation can hinder, not help, future teachers develop self-efficacy and identity”. Canadian Association of Teacher Education (CATE). Canada
  • Baker, B., Riches, C., Parks, P. (2019). Collaborating to create locally relevant, multilingual, cross-curricular educational materials in Haiti. Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (ACLA). Vancouver, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2019). Teaching the Teachers: How to Better Prepare Future Language Teachers. Canadian Association of Teacher Education (CATE). Vancouver, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2017). How can we support novice ESL / FSL teachers ?. CASLT (Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers). Edmonton, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2017). Media Literacy for the 21st Century. DEESL (Development of Enriched ESL in Québec). Montreal, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2017). Project-based learning for ESL. SPEAQ Campus (Société pour la promotion de l’enseignement d’anglais – Student conferences). Montreal, Rouyn-Noranda, Sherbrooke, Quebec City, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2016). Differentiation in the ESL classroom. SPEAQ (Société pour la promotion de l’enseignement d’anglais). Quebec, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2016). Graphic Organizers for Academic Writing. SPEAQ Campus (Société pour la promotion de l’enseignement d’anglais – Student conferences). Montreal, Sherbrooke, Quebec City, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2015). How to Survive Your First (or any) Year Teaching. SPEAQ (Société pour la promotion de l’enseignement d’anglais). Montreal, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2015). Using Poetry in the ESL classroom. WCML (World Conference of Modern Languages). Niagara Falls, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2014). Using Body Language for Effective Teaching. SPEAQ (Société pour la promotion de l’enseignement d’anglais). Quebec, Canada
  • Winer, L., Parks, P. (2013). Collaborative development of reading materials for Haitian Secondary Schools. North American Chapter, World Council on Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI). Montreal, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2013). Second Language Fluency Training. SPEAQ (Société pour la promotion de l’enseignement d’anglais). Montreal, Canada
  • Parks, P. (2012). Approaches to Vocabulary Acquisition in ESL. SPEAQ (Société pour la promotion de l’enseignement d’anglais). Quebec, Canada