Lakehead project aims to restore one of several decades-old boats that are ‘catalysts for community building.’
Young leaders reflect on the legacy of the province’s largest-ever student protests.
How universities are responding to a country-wide shortage.
A part-time professor’s most important lesson: survival.
The journey back from pandemic-enforced online learning will be a steep learning curve for everyone.
Training needs to go beyond course delivery and focus on evolving issues such as student mental health and educational technology.
Could I completely re-pivot back to where I started as an academic? It would be disingenuous to claim that I had no doubts, especially on the teaching side.
The cultural dimension is particularly important as Canadian universities enroll more and more international students.
‘Midwives have a lot to offer,’ says the program’s director, ‘and they’re underutilized in Canada compared to in other countries.’
The program hopes to create an environment that is safe and effective for the use of psychedelics.
My past experience is always with me, below the surface, yet my teaching work hasn’t been about what I’ve done. Instead, it’s been about trusting the depths of my experience to stabilize me.
Rather than transmitting course content, in-person class time should be dedicated toward deep and transformative learning.
When addressing student plagiarism, it is easy to react emotionally, but as educators we need to keep a growth mindset even when we find ourselves in ethically challenging situations.
Let’s make sure these mediated formats really are about facilitating students’ learning and procedural knowledge construction.
New course is part of a three-year project examining whether emerging technology can help boost engagement in learning.
Considering York University’s Envision YU initiative model.
They’ve been on the lips of a growing number of postsecondary administrators and faculty in recent years, and COVID-19 has only accelerated the trend.
Sexual minorities are still experiencing barriers to care, says a professor overhauling curriculum at Dalhousie University.
Instead of relying on a ‘technological fix,’ we need to ask what drives students to cheat in the first place.
How a course on the science of learning evolved into the importance of mental health in academic skills development.