Western’s Faculty of Education offers Alternative Field Experiences to Teacher Candidates as part of the final year of their program. These Field Experiences are designed to offer an opportunity f ...
Professor Susan Rodger worked with teachers from the community and a team from Western’s Centre for School Mental Health to develop Teach Resiliency – an online mental health resource for teachers.
Western Education professors Claire Crooks and Karen Bax were recently awarded $1 million by the Public Health Agency of Canada to explore those benefits by teaching social and emotional learning t ...
Globally, about 250 million children can't read or write after completing four years of school. Evidence shows it made no difference if those schools were public or private institutions; the stude ...
If you can read this, odds are, you developed the skill somewhere between the ages of 4 and 9. There’s also a good chance you learned to read (recognizing words and identifying sound patterns) befo ...
A new organization aimed at sharing knowledge and research on how to best teach Math will soon bring Ontario's Math researchers and teachers closer together.
A new study shows the key to Indigenous students' future success may lie in them knowing more about their past.
“It’s important,” said Wilson, program coordinator at Western Education’s International Office and a leading expert on media literacy. “We need people around the globe who know how to access inform ...
Alberta O'Neil taught in Middlesex County schools for more than 36 years. During that time she taught Grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, and served in the role of Principal for a time.
It takes many high-performing individuals and organizations working together to deliver a program as successful as Western's Bachelor of Education. Professors, instructors, curriculum designers ...
After watching the public tensions that emerged between parents and school boards over Ontario's revised sex-ed curriculum, introduced in September, Western University Associate Professor Michael K ...
It is well understood that technology can have positive impacts on both children and the elderly. Kids can use it to learn new skills in interactive and exciting ways. Seniors can use it to stay c ...
Congratulations to Dr Wayne Martino, Alicia Lapointe (PhD Candidate), Bill Tucker, and Dr Catherine Zeisner who have won the 2017 Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from our students.
Congratulations to Jane Edwards, Lisa Floyd, and Laura Lockhart who had won the 2016 Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from our students (we did not have a ceremony last year).
Congratulations to Dr Jacqueline Specht who has won a 2017 Edward G. Pleva Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Congratulation to Dr Wendy Crocker who has won the 2017 Angela Armitt Award for Excellence in Teaching by Part-Time Faculty.
Congratulations to Dr Brenton Faubert who has won the inaugural 2017 Vice-Provost (Academic Programs) Award for Excellence in Online Teaching and Learning.
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