Ulana Plawuszczak Pidzamecky

Associate Researcher

Email: ulanapidzamecky@gmail.com

Ulana’s research interest is teacher digital literacy and its impact on classroom practices in K-12 world languages teaching and learning. She completed an M.A. thesis entitled Investigating the Role of Voluntary Online Communities of Practice in Second/Foreign Language Education. She served as a graduate researcher for the OntarioTechU’s Faculty of Education SSHRC Partnership Development Grant project proposal “Improving Our Schools,” aimed at mobilizing new tools and models to separate educational achievement from income and thereby reshape education to meets the challenges of a digital economy.

Plawuszczak Pidzamecky, U., & vanOostveen, R. (2021). The pedagogical evolution of Repertory Grid Technique for diverse learning communities: A review. Trends in Social Sciences, 3(1), 10–23. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/352132588_The_pedagogical_evolution_of_Repertory_Grid_Technique_for_diverse_learning_communities_A_review
Plawuszczak Pidzamecky, U., & vanOostveen, R. (2018). From Ephemera to building blocks: Capturing new understandings about efficacy beliefs among teachers in learning communities using repertory grid elicitation. 1304–1314. https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/184345/
Plawuszczak Pidzamecky, U., & vanOostveen, R. (2017, October 27). Ubiquitous professional learning through informal online communities of practice: a study of second/foreign-language teachers. 27th International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) World Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318277905_Ubiquitous_professional_learning_through_informal_online_communities_of_practice_a_study_of_secondforeign-language_teachers