Congratulations to professor Sandra Schecter on being named the recipient of the 2020 Faculty of Graduate Studies' Teaching Award. The Award is bestowed annually on a member of the Faculty of Graduate Studies who has displayed substantial, significant and sustained excellence, commitment and enthusiasm to the multifaceted aspects of teaching at the graduate level at York.
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A talk that explores the materiality of play in the context of early childhood education will be presented by York University's Faculty of Education on April 19 as part of its Disrupting Early Childhood Series.
On April 7, the next session in York University’s "Reciprocal Learning in Times of Crisis" monthly virtual colloquium series will feature a panel of educational experts and activists who will discuss the racialized implications of COVID-19 in Toronto.
Associate Professor Qiang Zha explores the status and characteristics of Ontario's PSE co-op in the national and global contexts through the knowledge map analyses on a recent podcast on the Faculti web site.
Doctoral student Timothy Martin wrote an article for the Conversation Canada about how the coronavirus pandemic provides an opportunity to address homelessness.
When COVID-19 hit a year ago, countless students from kindergarten through post-secondary were thrown into virtual schooling for the first time.
Carl James, professor of education at York University and Kulsoom Anwer, a high school teacher who works out of one of Toronto's most marginalized neighborhoods, Jane and Finch, were on The Conversation Canada Podcast episode 3 to discuss the injustices and inequalities in the education system – and the way forward.
Addressing racism in the classroom requires educators to ask hard questions of themselves, white discomfort, and the discarding of old traditions.
A new report by Faculty of Education Professor Sarah Barrett highlights the need for emergency plans for teaching to increase equity in access to education.