children News Archive
November 7, 2017 —
As part of the Joan Irvine Lecture Series, Hlynka is giving a presentation this week on what educational technology is doing for us and to us.
October 30, 2017 —
The research clearly shows that spanking is related to an increased likelihood of many poor health, social and developmental outcomes
April 27, 2016 —
University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association gives $300K
January 12, 2016 —
The Province of Manitoba announced the next steps toward creating universally accessible child care for families in Manitoba.
December 1, 2015 —
'Schooling is much more than simply academics. It is about developing contributing citizens who are well'
June 16, 2015 —
U of M is committed to better understanding the issues related to childcare and how it affects the student experience
April 29, 2015 —
Strive to empower children in order to empower schools, parents and the community
April 6, 2015 —
Manitoba should strive toward structuring services for children in 'frameworks of child autonomy, self-determination and justice'
February 27, 2015 —
In a Grade 8 classroom in the lower level of Arthur A. Leach School, students and teacher candidates watch as a group of math students stands at the front of the room, calculating how many combinations of icing can go on nine different cupcakes in a scenario about a baker.
February 18, 2015 —
Tanya Thompson has always had a soft spot for children. As well as being an auntie, she’s been a volunteer at the University of Manitoba daycare, the Playcare Centre, for several years. And now, the Campus Life student has taken on another volunteer position at CanU, the university based after-school program for under-resourced middle school youth. CanU aims to get these students involved and interested in attending university after high school. The Campus Life program provides students with intellectual and developmental disabilities with support and guidance in auditing university classes.