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Rosemary Clark: Community Investigator for the case study "The Effects of Changing Working Conditions and Government Policy on Canadian Teachers Formal and Informal Learning Practices"


"As a member of the educational services/research staff at a large, active educational union, I have served on Steering Committees of three SSHRC-funded projects:the Network for New Approaches to Lifelong Learning (NALL) at OISE, University of Toronto, 1996 - 2001, the Bridging the Solitudes CURA project with York University and Seneca College, 1998 – present, and the WALL Network, a Collaborative Research Initiative investigating aspects of work and learning in various sectors of Canadian society , 2002- 2006. I am also the co- author of the following: School Law 2002, OSSTF, 2002 , Urban Studies, Prentice Hall, 1976, two NALL research papers : “Teacher Learning, Informal and Formal: Results of a Canadian Teachers' Federation Survey”and “ Informal/Formal Learning and Workload Among Ontario Secondary School Teachers” (see www.nall.ca), and numerous research papers and articles published in OSSTF Update."


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