June 12, 2017
New popular toys are an added distraction, not a help, says researcher.
June 6, 2017
BEd grad Jennifer Lam says it’s never too early to start learning computer programming
June 1, 2017
Eventually, feedback will arrive instantly on personal devices as part of the learning process, not just after tests.
May 31, 2017
A quarter of children starting school don’t know the alphabet and common teaching resources aren’t much help.
May 29, 2017
Dry history lessons that don’t resonate with students may be a thing of the past if University of Alberta professor Lindsay Gibson can get a new, interactive learning tool into classrooms.
May 15, 2017
Citizenship educator Lynette Shultz seeks the essence of the city—and democracy—in the shared spaces where residents interact
May 8, 2017
SLIS alumna and Edmonton Public Library CEO Pilar Martinez busts stodgy librarian stereotypes with a “community-led” client service orientation
May 3, 2017
In the era of “fake news,” information and library studies prof Tami Oliphant says we need to check the source—and ourselves
April 24, 2017
Educational policy studies professor Dia Da Costa convenes a symposium of global scholars on the UAlberta campus to explore how creativity is defined and who gets to participate in the creative economy.
April 19, 2017
Local filmmaker Conor McNally shares Education professor Dwayne Donald’s storytelling river walks about local Indigenous history with a new, award-winning documentary film.