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Creating an Inquiry Based Classroom
Feb 20 all-day

This 25 hour online module will help teachers develop a clear understanding of how to incorporate inquiry practices into their classrooms. Course starts on Feb 20, 2018 and ends on Mar 30, 2018

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Mentoring Certificate Course
Feb 20 all-day

This 36 hour online certificate course will provide practical advice, strengthen skills and widen and broaden perspectives of mentoring. Mentors are the heart of a learning-focused relationship. This certificate starts on Feb 20, 2018 and ends on Mar 30, 2018.

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An Efficient and Effective Approach to Planning Instruction and Assessment for All
Feb 26 all-day

The goal of this online module is to become more efficient in our approach to planning and more effective at creating opportunities for student learning that reflect the rich diversity of interests and learning styles in a particular school community. This module explores how to engage with big ideas and student interests to design instructional and assessment unit plans that lead to inclusive and engaging classrooms. This certificate will start on Feb 26, 2018 and will end on Apr 6, 2018

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Everyday Activism, Critical Resistance poster

Jean Augustine Chair in Education hosts discussion to address topic of ‘everyday activism’

An event to explore themes of everyday activism will take place at York University during Black History Month, and will feature three high-profile guests. “Everyday Activism, ...

Staff members recognized for years of service and contributions to the Faculty

Staff members in the Faculty of Education were recognized for their years of service at the Faculty’s annual holiday lunch held at Pioneer Village this past December. Dean Lyn ...

Cover of the book Black Social Economy

The Black Social Economy offers alternatives to mainstream markets

Black communities across the Western Hemisphere create meaningful livelihoods by forming their own economies, autonomous from the mainstream. Caroline Shenaz Hossein In The Bl ...