Henry T. Trueba Award for Research Leading to the Transformation of Social Contexts of Education (2013), Division G, American Education Research Association. Awarded to the Diversity in Mathematics Education group.
New Scholar Fellowship (2010), Canadian Society for Studies in Education. The fellowship is awarded to an exemplary conference paper, presented by an early career scholar at CSSE 2010. Awarded to my paper:
Esmonde, I. (2010, May). Snips and snails and puppy dogs’ tails: Equity and boys-centered mathematics education in Toronto. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Montreal, QC.
Research Fellowship (2009), Knowles Science Teaching Foundation. (see Externally funded research).
Outstanding Dissertation Award (2007), Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley.
External Funded Research – Awarded
Drawing conclusions: Comics as method for educational research (2018-2019). Midcareer Grant, Spencer Foundation. $120, 610 USD (approx. $158, 000 CAD).
Learning Interaction Lab (LiLA) (2012-2015). Leader’s Opportunity Fund, Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation. Role: Principal Investigator. $422, 928 CAD.
Solving Inequalities: Building Capacity for Schools and Communities to use Mathematics towards Social Justice (2012-2017). Early Research Award, Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation. Role: Principal Investigator. $150,000 CAD.
Developing analytic methods for digital media (2011-2014). Insight Development Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Government of Canada). Role: Principal Investigator. $48,150 CAD.
Changing the equation: Mathematics and social justice (2011-2013). Standard Research Grant (New Scholar), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Government of Canada). Role: Principal Investigator. $28,336 CAD.
Learning to teach mathematics for social justice (2009-2012). Research Fellowship, Knowles Science Teaching Foundation. Role: Principal Investigator. $110,000 USD.
Learning to teach mathematics for social justice (2009-2010). Inquiry into Practice Grant, Council of Ontario Directors of Education. Role: Principal Investigator (Co-investigator: Beverly Caswell). $27,000 CAD.
Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat Mathematics Professional Development Program Evaluation (CIL-M) (2008-2009). Research Contract, Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat, Ontario Provincial Government. Role: Co-investigator (Principal Investigator: Cathy Bruce). $168,300 CAD.
Internal Funded Research
Longitudinal Study of Collaboration in Mathematics (2007-2009). Connaught Start-Up Award, University of Toronto. Role: Principal Investigator. $10,000 CAD.
Social Justice in Mathematics Education (2004). Dissertation Support Fellowship, Institute for Human Development, University of California, Berkeley. Role: Principal Investigator. $1,000 USD.