Skip to main content

Emmanuelle Adrien, PhD

Assistant Professor, LTA, Education


Emmanuelle Adrien, PhD
Office: S-FG 6-141 
Faubourg Ste-Catherine Building,
1610 St. Catherine W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 5746
Email: emmanuelle.adrien@concordia.ca

Education

PhD, Education: Child Studies, Concordia University (2020)
MA, Education: Child Studies, Concordia University (2012)
BEd, Kindergarten and Elementary, McGill University (2007)
BA, Psychology, McGill University (2004)


Courses Taught at Concordia

EDUC 264 - Communication: Child, Parent and Teacher
EDUC 295 - Internship I: Prekindergarten Teaching
EDUC 296 - Prekindergarten Teaching Seminar
EDUC 297 - Internship II: Observation and Evaluation in Education
EDUC 387 - Teaching Mathematics II
EDUC 388 - Teaching Mathematics III
EDUC 400 - Teaching Across the Curriculum
EDUC 495 - Internship V: Upper Elementary Teaching
EDUC 496 - Upper Elementary Teaching Seminar


Selected Publications

Adrien, E., Osana, H. P., Kong, R. W., Bisanz, J., & LeVos, J. S. (2021). An examination of third-and fourth-graders’ equivalence knowledge after classroom instruction. Journal of Numerical Cognition7(2), 104-124. https://doi.org/10.5964/jnc.6913

Osana, H. P., Przednowek, K., Cooperman, A., & Adrien, E. (2018). Encoding Effects on First-Graders' Use of Manipulatives. The Journal of Experimental Education86(2),154-172. https://doi.org/10.1080/00220973.2017.1341862

Osana, H. P., Adrien, E., & Duponsel, N. (2017). Effects of instructional guidance and sequencing of manipulatives and written symbols on second graders’ numeration knowledge. Education Sciences, 7(2). 52. https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci7020052

Howe, N., Adrien, E., Della Porta, S., Peccia, S., Recchia, H., Osana, H. P., & Ross, H. (2016). ‘Infinity Means it Goes on Forever’: Siblings’ Informal Teaching of Mathematics. Infant and Child Development25(2), 137-157. https://doi.org/10.1002/icd.1928



Back to top

© Concordia University