wire - news in brief

« BACK

Pedagogy



Results 1 - 50 of 73.


Campus - Pedagogy - 16.02.2024
UWaterloo faculty and staff couples share gifts of love

Economics - Pedagogy - 17.01.2024
Higher education analytics giant acquires Waterloo-grown 1Mentor

Pedagogy - Health - 20.12.2023
Waterloo receives recognition with QS Reimagine Education Awards

Pedagogy - Campus - 15.12.2023
New toolkit to promote physical activity in classrooms 
New toolkit to promote physical activity in classrooms 
Dek: Western researchers create online hub with more than 200 physical activity videos, games for teachers  A free toolkit developed by researchers at Western University addresses an urgent need: boosting physical activity of children in Ontario's classrooms.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 07.12.2023
Alumni speakers share valuable expertise at TEDxUW

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 14.11.2023
UVic documentary celebrates resilient spirit of Métis nation
UVic documentary celebrates resilient spirit of Métis nation

Environment - Pedagogy - 14.11.2023
Environmental research centre, field school in Africa advance SFU's global partnerships
Environmental research centre, field school in Africa advance SFU’s global partnerships

Innovation - Pedagogy - 02.11.2023
Getting teens hooked on science

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 26.10.2023
Learning to swim in a safe space

Innovation - Pedagogy - 29.09.2023
Teaching in the age of artificial intelligence and content-generation software

Physics - Pedagogy - 28.09.2023
Lasering in on experimental physics education

Research Management - Pedagogy - 27.09.2023
Waterloo ranked amongst world’s best: THE World University Rankings

Pedagogy - Campus - 26.09.2023
Students from low-income households felt more learning losses during pandemic: Study
A new study from Western researchers examining the impacts of the school closures and remote learning on elementary students during the COVID-19 pandemic has tapped the perspective of a critical group: teachers.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 25.09.2023
UVic's future shaped by Indigenous communities
UVic’s future shaped by Indigenous communities

Pedagogy - Campus - 12.09.2023
Making play a tool of learning and evaluation
Making play a tool of learning and evaluation

Innovation - Pedagogy - 07.09.2023
From chalkboards to chatbots: How to use artificial intelligence in the K-12 classroom
From chalkboards to chatbots: How to use artificial intelligence in the K-12 classroom

Psychology - Pedagogy - 30.08.2023
Expert explainer: Back-to-school worries for kids
The back-to-school countdown is on, and parents may be looking for ways to support their children through the anxiety and worry September can bring.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 28.08.2023
UBC experts on back-to-school season
UBC experts on back-to-school season

Pedagogy - Health - 28.06.2023
Canadian collaboration to develop national standards for substance use education and intervention in schools
Canadian collaboration to develop national standards for substance use education and intervention in schools

Pedagogy - Life Sciences - 27.06.2023
Learning doesn't stop when summer vacation begins
Learning doesn’t stop when summer vacation begins

Pedagogy - 02.06.2023
Inclusion is a fundamental component of well-being

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 01.06.2023
UBC launches early childhood education certificate program for Deaf and hard-of-hearing people

Pedagogy - 01.06.2023
Accessibility in teaching

Pedagogy - Campus - 31.05.2023
A focus on equity

Health - Pedagogy - 29.05.2023
He used to climb mountains. Now he wants to move them for others
He used to climb mountains. Now he wants to move them for others

Pedagogy - Campus - 29.05.2023
Waterloo celebrates National AccessAbility Week

Innovation - Pedagogy - 24.05.2023
From science fiction to classroom reality: How UBC instructors are using AI as a teaching tool
From science fiction to classroom reality: How UBC instructors are using AI as a teaching tool

Campus - Pedagogy - 12.05.2023
Leading by example

Pedagogy - 09.05.2023
Empathy in the engineering classroom

Pedagogy - Event - 09.05.2023
SFU university lecturer, associate dean, Sarah D. Johnson awarded 3M National Teaching Fellowship
SFU university lecturer, associate dean, Sarah D. Johnson awarded 3M National Teaching Fellowship

Pedagogy - 04.05.2023
Teaching with kindness and care

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 01.05.2023
Lose weight now with a new miracle drug!
It sounds too good to be true-and it is. But when you see a headline like that online, it's tempting to click on it.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 26.04.2023
Pedagogy of the streets

Campus - Pedagogy - 21.04.2023
The under-education of men: a deepening problem
The under-education of men: a deepening problem
Women outnumber men in higher education. While more women in university is welcome news, the under-representation of men is worrisome, according to a new book.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 10.04.2023
University of Toronto prof to offer experimental course taught with AI tools like ChatGPT
University of Toronto prof to offer experimental course taught with AI tools like ChatGPT

Campus - Pedagogy - 24.03.2023
UdeM officially opens Brossard campus
UdeM officially opens Brossard campus

Pedagogy - 16.03.2023
Cherry picking the best spots to enjoy Vancouver's blooms
Cherry picking the best spots to enjoy Vancouver’s blooms

Pedagogy - 14.03.2023
Teaching hope during the climate crisis
Teaching hope during the climate crisis

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 10.03.2023
Around the world, children's education becoming more closely tied to their mother's
Around the world, children’s education becoming more closely tied to their mother’s
Arts & Humanities Erik Rolfsen A new study has found that a mother's educational status-the highest level of education that she has attained-plays an increasingly important role in shaping her children's educational status, while the importance of the father's educational status has declined.

Pedagogy - Politics - 08.03.2023
A candid discussion with Dr. Laura Mae Lindo

Event - Pedagogy - 01.03.2023
Event: High school students compete in 45th annual UBC Physics Olympics
Event: High school students compete in 45th annual UBC Physics Olympics

Pedagogy - 08.02.2023
What do you do when it seems like there’s nothing you can do?

Campus - Pedagogy - 30.01.2023
Adapting teaching practice and promoting academic integrity

Pedagogy - 27.01.2023
How should Montreal's high schools be reformed?
How should Montreal’s high schools be reformed?

Pedagogy - 12.01.2023
Rethinking dementia and dementia care 

Pedagogy - Campus - 01.12.2022
'An exchange of knowledge where everyone has something to offer': University of Toronto celebrates great teaching
’An exchange of knowledge where everyone has something to offer’: University of Toronto celebrates great teaching

Psychology - Pedagogy - 09.11.2022
Teaching children to tell the truth, plus other story ideas
Teaching children to tell the truth Teaching children how to be honest can potentially be as easy as teaching them to tie their shoelaces according to Victoria Talwar , from McGill's Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.

Pedagogy - 02.11.2022
Pilot project uses VR simulations to help newcomers learn English
Pilot project uses VR simulations to help newcomers learn English

Pedagogy - Campus - 20.09.2022
Hack the North 2022 was about learning as much as winning

Health - Pedagogy - 29.08.2022
UBC experts on back-to-school season
UBC experts on back-to-school season