PhD - York University, Toronto
Location(s) / Contact Info:
108, Winters College - WC
Diane Vetter is the Practicum Coordinator for the Faculty of Education. She holds a PhD in Education from York with research interests in oral language and learning. Prior to serving as Barrie Site Lead in the Consecutive Teacher Education Program from 2008-2011, with a focus on the Infusion of First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures, perspectives and traditions across the curriculum, she taught elementary school with SMCDSB. Dr. Vetter has published on the topics of Oral Language, Inclusive Learning and Cross-Curricular Infusion.
- Vetter, D (2014). Bricks in the Backpack: Respecting the invisible. In Kushner, D & Dowdy, J (Eds.),. Lanham, MD: Rowan & Littlefield Education
- Blimkie, M, Vetter, D., & Haig-Brown, C. (2014). Shifting perspectives and practices: Teacher candidates' experiences of an Aboriginal infusion in mainstream teacher education. Brock Education Journal, 23 (2), 47-66.
- Vetter, D. (2008). Toward a critical stance: Citizenship education in the classroom. In O'Sullivan, M. & Pashby, K. (Eds.),. RotterdamNL: Sense Publishing