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Dear Future Children

Dear Future Children

(From R. to L) Students Kaylene Bawden, Amanda Saleski and Cassandra Hanley. Faith Savarese Coordinator, Campus For All Centre for Student Accessibility Student Services "I imagine it took Continue Reading

VIDEO: An all-ages celebration of science

Well worth the wait.  . . . a recap of this year's Science Rendezvous. Science Rendezvous is a non-profit organization that partners with research institutions such as the University of Continue Reading

“It’s Not Going Away”

Written by and republished with permission from: Alec Couros, Educational technology and media professor Faculty of Education Originally published on: Open Thinking: Rants & Resources from Continue Reading

VIDEO: Educational technology and connectedness

Alec Couros talks about openness, connectedness, and culture building in the context of educational technology. Couros is a professor of educational technology and media in the Faculty of Continue Reading

VIDEO: Learning yoga online

Education student Caitlin McCarthy  video blogged (vlogged) her progress in using the internet to learn yoga. The project was for ECMP 355 (Technology in Education). Submitted by: Caitlin Continue Reading

Do students care about the provincial budget? They do if you let them “tweet” about it!

Do students care about the provincial budget? They do if you let them “tweet” about it!

Written and republished with permission from: Joanna Sanders Bobiash, Alumna BacEd’05 Originally published at My Adventures in Educational Technology Figuring out how to engage middle year Continue Reading

I should be learning

I should be learning

Written and republished with permission from: Kirsten Hansen Originally published on the Centre for Teaching and Learning blog Just for a moment, let us think of ourselves as learners rather Continue Reading

For a dollar a day

For a dollar a day

Submitted by Kailee Brennan Undergraduate student, Education Originally posted at kailee brennan : a portfolio Brennan is a fourth year Education student from Moose Jaw Saskatchewan. The following Continue Reading

Disrupting Ignorance and Settler Identities

Disrupting Ignorance and Settler Identities

Submitted by:  Jennifer Tupper Professor,  Faculty of Education In his book, We Are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays, Roger Epp (2008) argues that if Canadians are to engage in reconciliation Continue Reading

Shortage of computer science graduates make early education critical

Shortage of computer science graduates make early education critical

Submitted by: Daryl  Hepting, Professor, Computer Science Department A year of planning, paid off this past Wednesday as we hosted 30 teachers interested in putting computing into science. We Continue Reading

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