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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
For more details, please go to: http://edu.apps01.yorku.ca/pdis/cert/
This course is intended to introduce pre-service Teacher Candidates to professional practice and to extend knowledge and skills in the delivery of Ontario Catholic curriculum. The course is 36 hours in length fully online. This course starts on Feb 28, 2018 and ends on Mar 30, 2018.
For more details about this certificate, please visit: http://edu.apps01.yorku.ca/pdis/cert/
Please join us for a community forum on cooperative banks among racialized Canadians.
Supported by the Social Science Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) - an IDG project
Mr. Obed Asamany, Ghana Cooperative Susu Collectors Association
Dr. Caroline Shenaz Hossein, York University
Ms. Susan Henry, Alterna Credit Union
Ms. Ginelle Skerritt, Warden Woods Community Centre
This event is co-sponsored by: BUSO, Department of Social Science (York U), Tubman C=Institute for Research on Africaland its Diaspora, The Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community & Diaspora (York U), Department of Humanities (York U), Warden Woods Community Centre, Alterna Credit Union
Faculty members and graduate students from the Faculty of Education convened on Jan. 22, 2018 to re-present their papers from the International Research Society for Children’s ...
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 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 ...