Connect 2013—Canada’s Learning and Technology Conference
A recent survey finds that more than 50 percent of parents believe that schools should make more use of mobile devices
I’ve read about many international teaching experiences, but they mainly focussed on teaching and classroom topics, not the day-to-day details of living and working abroad
Is there a formula that can be used to create a genius? This question typically relates to debates over whether someone has the innate ability to be a genius, or whether they can have their talents developed
On average, a child hears approximately 21,000 words per day, but research shows that many children in lower income homes hear significantly less words.
We Stand Together is a collaboration between the Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative and Free the Children to teach young people across the country about the challenges, achievements, and contributions of Aboriginal Canadians.
The early inclination early in a teaching position is to do too much, too fast. Pace yourself and remember that
Seventy percent of today’s youth (aged 13 20 years old) don’t spend any more than one hour a day outside. This is an enormous problem.
The Canadian Scholastic Achievement League’s “Scholastic Challenge”, now in its 17th
With candour, insight, and a healthy dose of humour, Singer describes the grim realities of his job as a bomb-aimer