Teaching News Archive
July 20, 2018 —
Nowhere does the curriculum spell out a teacher’s obligation to meet these needs of a student, but to ignore them is morally indefensible, according to the research findings of Associate Prof. Melanie Janzen.
May 17, 2018 —
Zita De Sousa graduates this spring from Robson Hall Faculty of Law, intent on pursuing a career in the criminal justice system. On Monday, May 15 at the 2018 Students’ Teacher Recognition Reception (STRR), she expressed heartfelt thanks to two teachers who inspired her in the face of adversity to achieve her goals. Selected as the Faculty of Law’s Outstanding Student for this year’s STRR, she in turn chose her grade 12 student advisor and English teacher from Maples Collegiate, Ms. Debbie Boyko, and Faculty of Law Associate Professor Richard Jochelson to stand with her as Outstanding Teachers.
February 14, 2018 —
For Jennifer Soldier, a Sagkeeng First Nation high-school instructor, resource-teacher training is essential to improving the lives of students who need help the most.
January 3, 2018 —
The 2018 Ed Talk Series kicks off Jan. 8, with Dr. Lee Airton, assistant professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies in Education at Queen's University
November 24, 2017 —
Teachers are increasingly asked to do more in less time while increasingly being left out of decision-making that affects their work, says Arlo Kempf, assistant professor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
November 21, 2017 —
Life was good. Life was going according to plan. Then sometimes, teaching gets messy, and life gets messy.
June 6, 2017 —
Among topics: Gaming a course, team-based learning, using pop culture in science courses, co-creating a syllabus with students
May 29, 2017 —
New online resource provides pedagogical support for faculty and teaching staff
May 25, 2017 —
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January 30, 2017 —
With refugee numbers worldwide reaching historic levels—the Syrian crisis compounded by displacements from Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Eritrea, Libya and Yemen—Associate Professor Clea Schmidt says more than ever, the demographics of the teaching profession need to change to better reflect those of the students they teach.