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About Catharine Dishke Hondzel

Catharine's research interests are driven by an interest in educational environments that: foster creativity, support a positive and inclusive culture of learning, and encourage the development of students who are prepared with 21st century skills and aptitudes.
She is the coordinator of the Human Ingenuity Research Group, and co-project coordinator of the Technological Education Consortium of Ontario. Both groups are drivers of research and implement programming that aims to develop strong teachers and promote experiential learning and technological education in local and international contexts.
Her dissertation work examined the ways that children’s environments and relationships, including schools, nature, and children’s activities with adults support creative behaviours and cognitions.


Present Coordinator, Research and Learning Support, Western University Huron University College

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