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Dr. Susan M. Holloway

Dr. Susan Holloway

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Email: holloway@uwindsor.ca
Phone: (519) 253-3000 ext 3818
Office: Room 3328, Leonard & Dorothy Neal Education Building

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Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Manitoba

Recent Awards

Principal Grants:

Gouthro, P.A. (Principal Investigator) & Holloway, S.M. (Co-Investigator). (2013-14). Lifelong Learning and Conferences: An Initial Exploration of Learning Opportunities and Conferences. Mount Saint Vincent University Internal Research Grant. ($6,999.80)
Holloway, S.M. (Principal Investigator). (2011-12). Preparing Teachers to Become Lifelong Learners: Exploring Effective Educational Strategies of Critical Teacher Educators. University of Windsor Tri-Success Grant Program. ($5,000.00)
Holloway, S.M. (Principal Investigator) & Greig, C.J.  (Co-investigator). ( (2009-2010). A Preliminary Critical Investigation into the Intermediate and Secondary English Classroom: Exploring Teachers Self-Regulatory Practices of Censorship. University of Windsor Humanities and Social Science Research Grant. ($5,000.00)

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Pre-Service Courses

Graduate Courses

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PUBLICATIONS (Refereed Journal Articles)

PUBLICATIONS (Refereed Book Chapters)

PUBLICATIONS (Refereed Conference Proceedings)

R            Holloway, S. M., & Gouthro, P. A. (2010). Lifelong learning (and unlearning) about identity and citizenship through creative writing and Canadian fiction. Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE). 79th Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.Concordia University. Montreal, Quebec. p. 161- 165.
R            Gouthro, P. A. & Holloway, S. M. (2009). Fact or fiction? A critical assessment of an alternative framework for knowledge construction using fiction to explore issues around identity and citizenship for Education students in Canadian universities. Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) Newport, Wales, UK. p. 1-3.

PUBLICATIONS (Professional Journals)

Holloway, S.M., & Turkalj, M. (2017). Masters of Education Graduate Handbook. Faculty of Education, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario. http://www.uwindsor.ca/education/masters/handbook
Holloway, S.M. (2014, editorial invited publication; revised version of earlier peer reviewed publication). Visual literacies and multiliteracies: An ecology arts-based pedagogical model. Fine Print, 37(2), 13-16.
Holloway, S.M. (2014). Kudos to Congress for childcare. [Letter to the editor]. Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Congress website. Editorial invitation to republish this letter in the Canadian Association of  University Teachers Bulletin, 61(7).

PUBLICATIONS (Book Reviews)

Holloway, S.M. (2015,). Book Review: Feminist History in Canada [Review of the book Feminist History in Canada: New Essays on Women, Gender, Work, and  Nation, edited by Carstairs, C. & Janovicek, N.]. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press. The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 27(2), p. 123-125.

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PhD., University of Manitoba
B.Ed., University of Toronto
M.A., University of Manitoba
B.A., Trent University

Recent Graduate Supervision

Graduate M.Ed. Major Paper Students

Ma, Simin. (2018). Teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Learners in China through a Multiliteracies Theoretical Framework using Picture Books. Faculty of Education, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.

Bajic, Beka. (2017). Inclusion in French immersion programs: Allophone student attrition from French immersion programs in southwestern Ontario. Faculty of Education, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.

Wang, Yiding. (2017). Addressing interlanguage fossilization in China’s English as an Additional Language Learners. Faculty of Education, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.

Current Ph.D. Supervision (Supervisor)

MacLaren-Ross, Brianne. (2011-2018). (Research Proposal Defended.)

Current M.Ed. Thesis Supervision (Supervisor)

Mohiti Asli, Yalda (REB clearance to conduct research.)

Current M.Ed. Major Paper Supervision (Supervisor)

Krysta Fazio (Currently writing chapter 2.)

Rasha Qaisi (Just finished first course last semester.

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