Scholars, educators and policymakers from around the world will join a global conference hosted by York University, to reimagine international learning opportunities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sarah Barrett, Associate Professor at York University's Faculty of Education was recently interviewed by 105.9 The Region on the impact of online learning and the results of Barrett's survey conducted […]
Warren Crichlow On Jan. 20, the next session in a monthly virtual colloquium series presented by York University’s Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) Project, Faculty of Education and Centre […]
Every day, Jessy Duncombe has to figure out how to put food on the table, help her two school-aged kids navigate the complexities of online learning, and keep her three-year-old […]
In a recent interview with CTV News, Associate Professor Sarah Barrett explains some of the challenges that students and teachers face with online learning being extended in Ontario.
We're celebrating some of the top highlights and moments in the Faculty of Education for 2020. Students thank professor in Zoom classes for 'keeping our spirits high' during pandemicStudents at York University surprised […]
@arielleivyy i’m crying and you are. high key gonna miss him so much, he was so nice🥺 #fyp #professor #appreciationpost #university #education #crying ♬ original sound - Arielle Students at York University surprised […]
Plenty of families this December will be flipping through “T’was the Night Before Christmas," or “A Christmas Carol.” They’re often considered required seasonal entertainment, like “Home Alone” or “Die Hard.” […]
Roopa Desai Trilokekar along with her co-editors awarded the Canadian Bureau of International Education’s Catalyst Award
Roopa Desai Trilokekar, Associate Professor at York University’s Faculty of Education has been awarded the Canadian Bureau of International Education’s Catalyst Award for the book “International Education as Public Policy […]
For York University alumni Ryan Fuentes (BSW ’17) and Jonatan Fuentes (BA ’14, BED’15, MEd ’20), growing up in Rexdale meant that a post-secondary education wasn’t the obvious path either would take.