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The Conversation: Why teachers are letting students solve math problems in lots of different ways

The Conversation: Why teachers are letting students solve math problems in lots of different ways

Cristina De Simone, a Ph.D. student in Mathematics Education at York University, Canada, and Tori Trajanovski, a Ph.D. student in Education at York U, write about teachers who are now moving beyond traditional ways of teaching math and shifting towards evidence-based equitable teaching and assessment practices.

Experiential education a big part of Master of Leadership and Community Engagement professional degree program

Experiential education a big part of Master of Leadership and Community Engagement professional degree program

The Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE) is a part-time interdisciplinary cohort-based Master’s program that brings together professionals from varied education contexts to learn together how to best serve their immediate communities.

The Conversation: Canada identifies international students as 'ideal immigrants' but supports are lacking

The Conversation: Canada identifies international students as 'ideal immigrants' but supports are lacking

Isaac Garcia-Sitton, a Ph.D. student of Education: Language, Culture & Teaching at York University, writes about the federal government identifying international students as a key source of talent for the growth and sustenance of the Canadian economy, and to address the skilled labour shortages.

Queerness, Comics and Authenticity Abroad

Queerness, Comics and Authenticity Abroad

Martha Newbigging has enjoyed a career in illustration as an independent artist for quite some time. As both a part-time teacher with Seneca College’s Illustration program and as someone who has taught in rural Nicaragua as part of their practicum in the past, they are likewise no stranger to teaching their craft to and learning from their diverse students in turn.