Teaching News Archive
April 4, 2022 —
The Centre launches support for additional technologies.
October 20, 2021 —
More than 2,300 members of the University of Manitoba community have tried YuJa Video since it launched Sept. 1.
September 1, 2021 —
As of Sept. 1, 2021, YuJa Video is available to all faculty, staff and students at the University of Manitoba through UM Learn.
July 22, 2021 —
Christine Wren (BSc (M.E.)/10, BSc/10, BEd/21) was building on her 10-year career as a mechanical engineer. Meanwhile, her husband, John Wren (BSc/08, PhD/14, BEd/15) was a lab instructor with a PhD under his belt. Although the successful, happily married couple were content in the careers, something was missing.
May 14, 2020 —
Q&A with the Flexible Learning lead at UM
November 22, 2018 —
Dr. Sabre Cherkowski hopes that educators focus on the positive.
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.