1. Published articles/book chapters

Drinkwater, M. (Anticipated publishing, Feb 2021). Connecting Technology and Pedagogy (CTAP) for student engagement and learning in higher education. In. I. Fayed & J. Cummings (Eds.), Teaching in the post Covid-19 era: World educational dilemmas, teaching innovation and solutions in the age of crisis. (pp. ??). Dordrecht, NLD: Springer. (anticipated publication November 200)

Drinkwater, M. (2020). Theorizing a New Pedagogical Model: Transformative Arts and Cultural Praxis Circle. In S. R. Steinberg & B. Down (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies (pp. 1279-1293).  London: SAGE.

Drinkwater, M., Rizvi, F., & Edge, K.(Eds.) (2019). Transnational Perspectives on Democracy, Citizenship, Human Rights and Peace Education. London, UK: Bloomsbury.

Drinkwater, M. (2019). Towards a narrative of a robust global democracy: critical democratic and decolonial perspectives.In M. Drinkwater, R., Rizvi & K. Edge (Eds.), Transnational Perspectives on Democracy, Citizenship, Human Rights and Peace Education. (pp. 51-70). London: Bloomsbury.

Anderson, S., Manion, C., Drinkwater, M., Chande, R., & Galt, W. (2019) “Looking for learning in teacher learning networks in Kenya”, Journal of Professional Capital and Community,

Anderson, S., Drinkwater, M., Manion, C. (2017).  Professional Learning Networks in Action: Lessons from East Africa. OISE/AKFC/Global Affairs Canada. Available from

  1. Presentations
  1. CTAP Website (Connecting Technology and Pedagogy)

ABOUT:  The CTAP Model was created by Dr. Mary Drinkwater, based on her 9 years of teaching and course development in synchronous and asynchronous learning environments, at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto & in cross-institutional courses internationally, using a variety of different educational technology instructional and assessment platforms.  Skills and principles can be easily transferred to other and newly emerging platforms!

The goal of the CTAP project is to pilot, assess and refine a set of principles and strategies (Drinkwater, 2017) to support the development of accessible, collaborative and engaging online or blended graduate-level learning environments, including pilot testing an online virtual teaching and learning tool, Zoom for Education.

CTAP Core Team:  Mary Drinkwater (Lead: LHAE Dept-OISE.); Coleen Scully-Stewart (LHAE); Sherida Ryan (LHAE); Derek Hunt (Education Commons-OISE); Neil Tinker (Education Commons-OISE); Tamara Bahr (Academic and Collaborative Technologies-University of Toronto); Rubaina Khan (PhD candidate; Graduate Assistant); Yufei Zheng (MEd candidate; Graduate Assistant).

  CTAP model (Drinkwater, 2018)

  1. – Arts & Democracy

Critical & creative engagement through the arts for social transformation

Curated by Mary Edgeworth Drinkwater