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Kim Snider, Ms

PhD Student at University of Auckland

Kim Snider (she/her) is a doctoral student at the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland. Her research focuses on queer and trans-affirming pedagogical practices in the arts and is informed by 21 years of secondary school teaching in an arts-focused school in Toronto, Canada. In addition to her roles as a teacher and researcher, Kim has been an instructor at OISE/University of Toronto and facilitator of workshops for educators throughout the world. Kim sits on the Auckland Committee of Drama New Zealand and is a former President of the Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators (CODE) and former Executive Secretary of the International Drama/Theatre Education Association (IDEA). She is a founding staff advisors at the TDSB Gender and Sexuality Network, a grassroots organization that supports queer and transgender staff and students in Canada’s largest school board.

Kim Snider's contributions

Queer-in(g) Education: mis/uses and matterings

Calling all educators, researchers, and advocates interested in critically exploring how queer theory has come to matter in the field of gender and sexuality education.  Join us for an online...

Past event18 Jul 2024Virtual