MDiv, Tyndale Seminary, 2009.
PhD, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto), 1988
MEd, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto), 1980
BEd, University of Toronto, 1971
BSc (Hon), University of Toronto, 1970
Area of Specialization: Science & technology curriculum and pedagogy.
Dr. Hayhoe worked for many years in science and technology education in Toronto as a teacher, coordinator and teacher trainer. He co-authored the Ontario textbooks Addison Wesley Science & Technology 4-8 (Pearson, 1999), Science and Technology Perspectives 7-8 (Nelson, 2009) and Science Perspectives 9-10 (Nelson, 2010). His current research focuses on teachers’ understanding of science curriculum topics related to the environment, and teachers’ engagement with sustainability and stewardship from a Christian perspective. He has presented at American Geophysical Union conferences in San Francisco (2010, 2012), the Soils Science Society of American conference in San Antonio (2011), the International Christian Community for Teacher Education conference in Azusa (2012), and the National Association for Research in Science Teaching conference in Pittsburgh (2014). He has also published peer-reviewed papers in Weather, Climate, and Society (2011) and Sustainable Agriculture Reviews (2013).
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