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BY KERRY BANKS | July 30 2019

Canadian researchers offered a sneak peek of some of the results at Congress in Vancouver.

BY JESSICA RIDDELL | May 10 2019

The term is ubiquitous in university mission statements, but students seem to understand it differently than we do.

BY STUART CHAMBERS | April 26 2019

These six strategies can easily be implemented as part of a proactive approach to essay writing.

BY NAVNEET ALANG | April 23 2019

Researchers now have access to a flood of educational data on students that they hope will offer insights on how to improve the learning experience. Will it work?

BY MEAGHAN HALDENBY | March 18 2019

J-Schools Canada, a network for journalism educators and program administrators, will have its first meeting at the Canadian Communication Association conference at Congress in June.

BY WENDY CARR & BLYE FRANK | March 13 2019

Faculties of education have a role to play in ensuring that teachers can identify and respond to students’ mental health challenges.

BY DIANE PETERS | March 06 2019

Research suggests that student evaluations of teaching are often badly designed and used inappropriately. But change is underway.

BY SHELDON GORDON | January 29 2019

The once-ubiquitous MBA degree is being replaced by shorter, more targeted master’s programs.

BY JESSICA RIDDELL | January 16 2019

Perpetuating such a myth downplays the value of discipline, energy and effort.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | January 09 2019

The mounting teacher shortages in parts of Canada have several sources, including working conditions, cuts to teacher education programs and a lack of specialty instructors.

BY KERRY BANKS | December 26 2018

Educators are using gaming elements, combined with the interactive and immersive aspects of virtual reality, to enhance learning.

BY DAVID SMITH | December 17 2018

As time goes by, I’m having more and more misgivings about using social media.

BY KATHLEEN BORTOLIN | November 29 2018

Why does the scholarship of teaching and learning remain a hard sell to faculty?

BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | November 12 2018

A professor’s donation goes towards an open-air classroom meant to encourage dialogue without distraction.

BY PAMELA E. KLASSEN | November 08 2018

Part-time and summer jobs can be valuable sources of experiential learning and critical thinking for students.

BY MOIRA FARR | October 31 2018

In all the strategizing, expanding and refining of services on offer to students who struggle with anxiety, depression or any number of other serious mental illnesses, faculty are asking, where do we fit?

BY ANQI SHEN | October 24 2018

An array of new programs gives students an opportunity to tackle issues of importance to their local communities.

BY TERENCE MCLEAN | October 19 2018

Or, to quote Gord Downie, “I’m not going to do the dancing bear!”

BY STEPHEN WATT | October 15 2018

We need to refocus and intensify our efforts on math education if Canada is to compete internationally.

BY JESSICA RIDDELL | October 01 2018

Disruption does not occur without dissonance. The more disruptive the idea, the higher the likelihood of significant disturbance.