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					                                UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
                                  CURRICULUM VITAE

                                   LEANNA E. MADILL
                                     18 Stoneridge Drive
                                    Victoria BC V9B 6L4
                                   Email: lmadill@uvic.ca
                                    Phone: (250) 479-4179
                              Website: http://web.uvic.ca/~lmadill/

                                      SEPTEMBER 2008
Faculty: Education                                              Dept: Curriculum & Instruction



1.   DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS

     Degree or Diploma                 Field                          Institution     Year
                                                                                      Granted
     Doctorate of Education            Curriculum and                 University of   In Progress
                                       Instruction                    Victoria
     Master of Education               Curriculum and                 University of   2005
                                       Instruction                    Victoria

     Post Degree Professional          Secondary English              University of   1998
     Program                                                          Victoria
     Bachelor of Arts                  English, History               University of   1997
                                                                      Victoria

     Title of Project

      Degree      Title
      MEd         Title: Adolescent Males Examining Gender: Stereotypes, Multiple Masculinities and
                  Me (2005)


2.   POSITIONS HELD

     Date(s)               Title, Institution
     2007-2010             Research Project Coordinator, Literacy Learning Through Video Games:
                           Adolescent Boys’ Perspectives. Funded by Social Sciences and Humanities
                           Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
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         2006-2009           Research Project Coordinator, Literacy Learning Through Video Games:
                             Adolescent Boys’ Perspectives. Funded by Canadian Council on Learning

         2006-present        Sessional Instructor, University of Victoria

         2005-2007           Graduate Associate, University of Victoria

         2002-2003           Classroom Teacher, Pacific Christian School
                             Private School, Victoria B.C.

         1998- 2002          Classroom Teacher, Spectrum Community School
                             School District #61

3.       MAJOR FIELD(S) OF SCHOLARLY OR PROFESSIONAL INTEREST

            Language arts and literacy
            Gender
            Media/popular culture
            Teacher Education

4.       SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONOURS, AWARDS, GRANTS AND
         FUNDINGS FROM ALL AGENCIES INCLUDING THE UNIVERSITY OF
         VICTORIA

         Date(s)        $Amount           Details

         2008             $2,500          CSSE Short-term Scholarly Events funding
         2007               $500          Department of Language and Literacy Conference Grant
         2007               $400          Graduate Student Society Grant
         2007               $550          University of Victoria Travel Grant
         2007             $2,900          University of Victoria Academic Income Supplements (AIS)
         2007             $4,000          University of Victoria President’s Research Scholarship
         2007            $40,000          Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
                                          (SSHRC)
         2007                             Andy Farquharson Award for Excellence in Graduate Student
                                          Teaching
         2006              $2900          University of Victoria Academic Income Supplements (AIS)
         2006               $500          Graduate Tuition Fellowship
         2006               $400          University of Victoria Travel Grant
         2005               $400          Graduate Student Society Grant
         2005               $400          Department of Language and Literacy Conference Grant
         2005               $400          University of Victoria Travel Grant
         2005               $150          University of Victoria Travel Grant
         2005               $980          Graduate Tuition Fellowship, University of Victoria



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5.        SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

         a. Articles Published in Refereed Journals

         Hopper, T., Madill, L., Bratseth, C., Cameron, K., Coble, J., & Nimmon, L. (2008).
            Multiple Voices in Sport, Health and Physical Education Research: Revealing
            Unfamiliar Spaces in a Polyvocal Review of Qualitative Research Genres. Quest, 60(2),
            214-235.

         Madill, L. (2008). Finding my Voice and a Vision: Poetic Representations as Valid/Valuable
           Knowledge. Journal of Poetry Therapy: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Practice, Theory,
           Research, and Education, 21(1), 39-48.

         Madill, L. (2008) Gendered Identities Explored: The Lord of the Rings as a Text of
           Alternative Ways of Being. The Alan Review, 35(2), 43-48

         Madill, L. & Hopper, T. (2007). Health and sport for men: Poetic insights on how professional
           sport promotes masculinity and physical inactivity. Physical & Health Education Journal,
           1(1), 44-59.

         Madill, L. & Hopper, T. (2007) The best of the best discourse on health: Poetic insights on how
           professional sport socializes a family of males into hegemonic masculinity and physical
           inactivity. American Journal of Men’s Health, 1(1), 44-59.

         Sanford, K. & Madill, L. (2007). Critical Literacy Learning through Video Games: adolescent
           boys’ perspectives, E-Learning, 4(3), 285-296.

         Sanford, K. & Madill, L. (2007). I’m a warrior, I’m a monster -- Who am I anyway?:
           Shifting/Shaping Identity through Video Game Play. Loading: The official Journal of the
           Canadian Games Studies Association, 1(1).

         Sanford, K & Madill, L. (2007). Understanding the Power of New Literacies through Video
            Game Play and Design. Canadian Journal of Education, 30(2), 431-455.

         Madill, L. (2006). Negotiating Gender Roles Through Language. Connections 06, Faculty of
           Education, University of Victoria.

         Sanford, K. & Madill, L. (2006). Resistance through Video Game Play: It’s a Boy Thing.
            Canadian Journal of Education, 29(1), 287-306.




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         b. Books, Chapters, Monographs

         Madill, L. & Sanford, K. (2008) Teachers and Students Learning Through Video Game Design.
           In R. E. Ferdig (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education.
           University of Florida. p. 1257-1272.

         Sanford, K. & Madill, L. (2008). Adolescents Teaching Video Game Making: Who is the Expert
            Here? In R. E. Ferdig (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in
            Education. University of Florida. p. 345-355.

         c. Publications Accepted in Refereed Journals:


         d. Book Review

         Sanford, K. & Madill, L. (2006). Book Review: Leadership, Gender, and Culture in
            Education, Editors Collard, J. and Reynolds, C. Journal of Educational Change, 7(4),
            363-365.

         e. Conference Proceedings

         Sanford, K. & Madill, L. (2007). Recognizing New Literacies: Teachers and Students
            Negotiating the Creation of Video Games in School. Conference Proceedings. DiGRA
            Japan.

         e. Papers, Lectures, Addresses (International and National)

            Scholarly Presentations

         Blogging: space, community, and pedagogy co-created. WestCAST, University of
            Victoria, February 2009.

         Program wide E-Portfolio Development: Constructing Professional Standards. Co-
           presented with Timothy Hopper, Kathy Sanford, Chris Filler, & Luanne Krawetz.
           Constructivist Psychology Network Conference, University of Victoria, June 2008.

         Exploring gamers’ worlds together: A social constructivist approach to adolescents’ video
           game learning. Co-presented with Kathy Sanford and Rebecca Ticknor. Constructivist
           Psychology Network Conference, University of Victoria, June 2008.

         Possibilities within, resistances beyond the classroom borders: Meaningful learning
           through video game creation. Symposium Panel presented with Kathy Sanford, Tara
           Ehrcke, Patrick Schreck, Rebecca Ticknor, & Michelle Spencer. CSSE – CATE,
           University of British Columbia, June 2008.




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         Is it just code to me? Video gamers contemplay/ting play. Co-presented with Kathy
             Sanford. Canadian Game Studies Association, University of British Columbia, May
             2008.

         Funding Your Studies: A Student Perspective on SSHRC Application Writing. Symposium
           Panel presented with Shelley Ross, Lia Daniels, & Michele Tanaka. CSSE - CCGSE,
           University of British Columbia, May 2008.

         Video Games as a tool for Healthy Children and a Healthy Planet. Co-presented with Dr. Kathy
            Sanford. Making Tomorrow Conference, University of Victoria, May 2008.

         Literacy Lessons from Videogames – What counts as literacy in the 21st Century?
            Presented with Kathy Sanford and Michelle Spencer. NRC. Texas, November 2007.

         Literacy Learning through Videogames -- Changing Understandings, Changing Practices.
            Presented with Kathy Sanford. NCTE. New York, November 2007.

         What Do Video Games Have to Do With Literacy? Presented with Tara Ehrcke, Kathy
           Sanford, & Patrick Schreck. Computer Using Educators of BC Conference. Maple
           Ridge, October 2007.

         Recognizing New Literacies: Teachers and Students Negotiating the Creation of Video
           Games in School. Presenting with Kathy Sanford. Digital Games Research Association.
           Tokyo, Japan, September 2007.

         Engaged Learning Outside the Classroom: Adolescents Teaching Video Game Design.
           Co-presented with Kathy Sanford. Interacting with Immersive Worlds: An International
           Conference Presented by the Interactive Arts and Science Program, Brock University,
           June 2007.

         Re/constructing Female in a MMORG: Multiple and changing identities in World of
            Warcraft. CASWE, Saskatoon, May 2007.

         Research genres and the preparation of professionals in health and physical education:
            Polyvocal insights for understanding difference. Symposium presented with Tim
            Hopper, Jeanne Kentel, Joannie Halas, and Ellen Singleton. PHETE, Saskatoon, May
            2007.

         Re-creating Code, Community, and Critique: Literacy Development through Classroom
            Video Game Design. Co-presented with Kathy Sanford. LLRC, Saskatoon, May 2007.

         Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Examining Assessment within a Teacher Education Program.
            Symposium presented with Paige Fisher and Dr. Kathy Sanford. CATE, Saskatoon,
            May 2007.

         Bridging the Gap Between Video Game Play and the Real World: Creating Conversations about


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            Critical Issues. Co-presented with Dr. Kathy Sanford. Making Tomorrow Conference,
            University of Victoria, May 2007.

         Representing and Reflecting on Masculinity and Health. Co-presented with Dr. Tim
           Hopper. The First Student Research Symposium: Researching Health and Wellness.
           Victoria, April 2007.

         Teachers learning to teach about video game design. Co-presented with Dr. Kathy Sanford.
            Western Canadian Association for Student Teaching, University of Manitoba. February
            2007.

         Video Game Identity Construction. Co-presented with Dr. Kathy Sanford. Canadian Game
            Studies Association, York University, September 2006.

         Pedagogical Peace Poetry. Deconstructing Empire: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Student
            Symposium, University of Victoria, June, 2006

         Literacy through Video Game Play. Co-presented with Dr. Kathy Sanford. CACS, Toronto.
             Ontario, May 2006.

         Unpacking Men’s Health in Crisis through Poetic Representations: Physical Education, Sport
            and Hegemonic Masculinity. Co-presented with Dr. Timothy Hopper. CATE, Toronto.
            Ontario, May 2006.

         Negotiating masculinity through language. Connections, University of Victoria, May 2006.

         Addressing Video Game Learning. Co-presented with Nathan Kaye & Noah Spriggs. Making
            Tomorrow Conference, University of Victoria, May 2006.

         Gender Differences in Learning: Fact or Fiction? Co-presented with Dr. Kathy Sanford.
            Making Tomorrow Conference, University of Victoria. May 2006.

         How to Publish as a Grad Student. Language and Literacy Conference, University of Victoria,
           March 2006.

         I’m the Master Instructor: Adolescents Negotiating the Role of Teacher. Co-presented with Dr.
            Kathy Sanford. WestCAST, University of British Columbia. February 2006.

         Learning New Literacies: Finding Common Gendered Ground. Co-presented with Dr. Kathy
            Sanford. NCTE, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2005.

         “I Know Real from Not Real”: Missing Gender Stereotypes in Videogames. 5th Language and
             Literacy Education Graduate Student Conference, Victoria, B.C., March, 2005.


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         Moving Beyond a Gendered Binary: Exploring Alternative Literacies. What’s New & Cool –
           Celebrating the University of Victoria’s Faculty of Education – Education Expo, Victoria,
           B.C., March 2005.

         Improving Boys’ Writing through Motivation and Gender Deconstruction. Co-presented with
            Rhonda Geres-Smith. Connections, University of Victoria, May 2004.

            Invited Talks

         Boys and Girls Learning Examined. Cordova Bay Elementary School Parent Advisory
           Group. Victoria BC March 10, 2009.

         Boys and Girls Learning. Victoria Foster Parents Association. Victoria BC, February 12,
           2009.

         Children and Video games. Goldstream Co-op Preschool. Victoria BC, February 11, 2009.

         Video Game Experts: What am I learning as a Gamer? James Bay Community After
            School Program. Victoria B. C. December 2, 2008.

         Video Game Learning for All Ages: Adults’ Roles, Adolescents’ Understandings, and
            Experiences. Uvic’s Dean’s Lunchtime Lecture. University of Victoria, November 28,
            2008.

         Blogging and Wikis for Pre-Service Teachers. University of Victoria, July 2008.

         Video game literacies and the library. Greater Victoria Librarian Workshop. Victoria, B.C. June
            2008.

         Video Game Learning. Deep Cove Elementary School Parent Advisory Committee, Victoria
            B.C. November 21, 2007.

         Web blogging Workshop for Secondary Preservice Teachers. University of Victoria, Victoria,
           B.C. November 1, 2007.

         The Andy Farquharson Award Winning TA’s Panel Q&A. Fall Teaching Assistants
           Conference, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C. September 15, 2007.

         Boy’s Literacy Practices. University of Victoria Speakers Bureau, Elizabeth Buckley School,
            Victoria, B.C., May 18, 2007.

         Boy’s and Girl’s Learning: Why Do They Seem So Different? Lansdowne Preschool, Victoria
            B.C., May 8, 2007.


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         Video Game Learning. University of Victoria Speakers Bureau, Oaklands Elementary School
            PAC, Victoria, B.C., March 26, 2007.

         Video Game Learning for Elementary students. University of Victoria Elementary Teacher
            Education Program workshop, Victoria, B.C., March 19, 2007.

         Boy’s Literacy Practices. University of Victoria Speakers Bureau, Campus View Elementary
            School PAC, Victoria B.C., March 14, 2007.

         Boys and Literacy. Catholic Education Conference, St. Andrews High School, Victoria B.C.,
            March 9, 2007.

         Addressing Gender in Video Games. EDCI 591 – Gender and Pedagogy, July 19, 2006

         Professional Athletes: Representatives of Masculinity and Health? PE 585 – Qualitative
            Research Genres in Physical Activity and Health, January 30, 2006

         Global Arts Project: How Adolescents and Adults Can Participate. Professional Development
            Day, Lambrick Park Secondary, Victoria B.C., September 19, 2005,

         “I Know Real from Not Real”: Missing Gender Stereotypes in Videogames. EDCI 395b -
             Alternative Texts for Young Adults, July 17, 2004, Victoria B.C.

            Poster Presentations

         What is Video Game Critical Thinking? Co-presented with Dr. Kathy Sanford. Future Play,
           London. Ontario, October 2006.




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6. TEACHING DUTIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

         Courses taught

         ED-P 250         Elementary Education Seminar (Winter 2006, Winter 2007, Winter 2008)
         ED-P 790         Secondary Teaching Skills Seminar (Summer 2006, Summer 2007, Summer
                          2008)
         EDCI 353B        Alternative Texts for Adolescents (Summer 2006, Winter 2007)
         EDCI 460         Contemporary Literacies and Creative Expression (Fall 2006, Section 1 & 2)
         ED-D 407         Assessment in the Elementary Classroom (Fall 2006)
         ED-P 360         Elementary Education Seminar (Winter 2008)
         ED-P 780         Student Teaching Seminar Secondary (Fall 2007)

7. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES: Committee and Service Activities

         Department/School Committees and Responsibilities

             Date(s)            Details
             2007               Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education
                                Reviewer
             2006 – 2008        Graduate Student Representative, Canadian Associate for Teacher
                                Education
             2006 - present     CGSA Journal Reviewer
             2006 & 2008        Chair of the Language and Literacy Conference: Multiple Lenses of
                                Language and Literacy, University of Victoria


8. Media Activities

Tremain Media. (in production) Boys and the Literacy of Video Games.
http://readtv.com/educationalfrontiers/

Deena Kinarthy. Student teachers learn to tackle homophobia Martlet: The University of Victoria’s
Independent Newspaper. 2007-11-01 Volume 60 No. 13 http://martlet.ca/view.php?aid=39881

Michelle Martin. Use video games as teaching tools: researchers. The StarPhoenix.
Published: Monday, May 28, 2007

Radio Interview. CBC Radio May 3 2007 Video Games and Literacy.




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Jenefer Curtis. Cracking the Boy Code: Action heroes and ‘some gross stuff’,’ offered up to
encourage boys to read, are stretching the definitions of literacy. Literacy at Work: ABC
CANADA’s quarterly review of literacy issues. No. 48 September 2006.

Sarah Schmidt. Boys exhibit high literacy skills with video games: Researchers claim students'
literate lives not being recognized. The Vancouver Sun, May 31, 2006.




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