Bruce M. Shore, Ph.D.

Bruce M. Shore, Ph.D.

Bruce M. Shore is professor of educational psychology in the Faculty of Education at McGill University in Montreal, where he also has served as chair of the department and dean of students. His research has addressed the ways in which gifted students think and learn differently from other students, how the development of giftedness parallels that of expertise, and understanding learning processes in inquiry-driven environments. He and his graduate students currently are focused on such topics as interprofessional education and practice, inquiry in teacher education and undergraduate science education, how research ideas arise, and the identification and evaluation of the outcomes of inquiry-based teaching and learning. He has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and chemistry (with psychology), a teaching diploma in secondary mathematics and science, a master’s degree in education from McGill University, and a Ph.D. in educational psychology from The University of Calgary.

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