Professors Qiang Zha (education), Burkard Eberlein (Schulich), Sapna Sharma (science) and Cheryl van Daalen-Smith (health, Liberal Arts & Professional Studies) have been appointed York University Provostial Fellows.
Students who have fallen out of the education system due to the pandemic risk forming an underclass with diminished prospects, and the Ontario government needs a major outreach effort to bring missing students back to its classrooms, says the head of a global commission for education recovery.
Associate Professors Sue Winton and Chloë Brushwood Rose have co-edited a special issue of the Journal of Teaching and Learning. The issue titled "Emerging Research on the Impacts of COVID-19 for Children, Youth, and Education features a number of Faculty of Education researchers.
Academics from York University's Faculty of Education have joined forces to redefine conventional notions of leadership through the UnLeading Project, a newly launched website and podcast series that asks its […]
This past year witnessed not only a global health crisis, but also a dramatic hit on China’s academic profession. There has been a U-turn with respect to academic appraisal exercises in Chinese universities.
This article describes a model of school and community engagement, the Gathering Model, that may prove useful. In presenting this model, we share a set of equitable best practices that teachers, schools, and school boards can use as a template for parent and community outreach initiatives and to offer a resource for addressing the new normal.
York University Vice-President Equity, People and Culture Sheila Cote-Meek announces the appointment of Professor Susan P. Dion to the inaugural role of associate vice-president Indigenous initiatives, effective Sept. 1.
According to Lisa Farley, a researcher and education professor at York University, the research team was interested in investigating how children are represented in classrooms and curriculum. This area of focus led them to research how teachers’ understanding of childhood might be affected by their own childhood memories.
How early is too early to explain the complicated history of Canada and its treatment of Indigenous people? York University professor Susan Dion explains how Indigenous history can be taught in primary school.
Professor Heather Lotherington presents at 'The Magic of Innovation: Language and Language Teaching in a Changing Environment' conference
Professor Heather Lotherington recently presented at The Magic of Innovation: Language and Language Teaching in a Changing Environment international conference which was held virtually this past April.