Shelina Adatia

Shelina Adatia
University of Ottawa · Faculty of Education

PhD (c)

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Introduction
Shelina Adatia is currently a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa. Shelina's doctoral research will be focusing on the inclusion of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse learners in French Immersion.

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Publications (8)
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The article presents lesson plan on importance to promote engineering and its positive effects on women and society. Topics discussed include work of scientists who dedicated countless hours towards the design of a viable vaccine; need to encourage placing students in heterogeneous groups; and ask students to keep a journal to document their thinki...
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Australian civic society has become increasingly multicultural and diverse. Nevertheless, in the current political climate, Australian Muslims may feel as though they live under a microscope of scrutiny with their sense of affiliation and allegiance questioned. The narrative regarding Muslims in Australia has largely focused on Sunnis and ethnic Ar...
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Nous étions à l’heure du temps, jusqu’au 10 mars 2020, quand subitement le cours hybride d’hiver 2020, EDU 6506 - Sciences, Technologies, Société, Environnement (STSE), offert à l’Université d’Ottawa, Faculté d’éducation, devient totalement hors campus (c'est-à-dire, à distance). La COVID-19 avait soudainement rejoint notre cours, mais sans invitat...
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Le génie a longtemps été un domaine d'études et de carrières réservé aux hommes [29]. Nous menons une étude pancanadienne auprès d’ingénieurEs et de futurEs ingénieurEs, sur leur conception du génie et l’importance qu'elles et ils accordent à la contribution des femmes au génie. Il s'agit d'une étude féministe inspirée du modèle de Cronin et Roger...
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The Shi’a Imami Nizari Isma’ili Muslims have often been considered the “poster child” for pluralistic integration (Cayo 2008). This ethos has been inculcated within members of the community, with its adherents seeing themselves as a diverse and multi-ethnic collective. Nevertheless, despite this purported pluralism, social research on the Isma’ilis...
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The religio-cultural community of minority ethnic migrants can strongly affect post-migration adaptation. Whilst religion itself may influence resilience, the social support network it provides may also play a role. Extant literature on resilience and migrant communities has largely focused on refugees whilst the experience of younger voluntary mig...

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This study will highlight the role and contribution of female engineers in research and technological innovation, and on women’s issues.
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To understand how these learners are currently being included in French Immersion and to provide recommendations for even greater inclusion