Home economics an overlooked part of the climate solution
Dr. Kerry Renwick was interviewed by National Observer journalist, Marc Fawcett-Atkinson on the role that home economics education can play in promoting food and food system choices that help combat climate change.
Faculty of Education tackles a teaching conundrum
Dr. Andrea Webb was interviewed by UBC Today and talked about the challenges of modelling effective pedagogy in teacher education programs during a pandemic.
The good, bad and ugly of the COVID school year
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin was interviewed by Vancouver Sun journalist, Lori Culbert on the challenges of K-12 students and their families during the pandemic.
High schoolers, educators worry condensed schedules will bring ‘information overload’
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin was interviewed by CBC’s Jessica Wong on the topic of changes to school year during the pandemic (e.g., quarters instead of semesters) and their impact on student achievement.
First years adjust to university online
The Ubyssey newspaper interviewed Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin on the topic of teaching during the pandemic.
Q&A | Everything you want to know about back-to-school
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin was invited by CBC Morning Live Show with Heather Hiscox to join panel as an online education expert and answer questions about back-to-school.
What do you have to know about back-to-school and COV-19
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin joins guest host Richard Cloutier to discuss the myths about face-to-face and online education, and concerns about back-to-school plans across Canada.
Challenges of online education
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin was interviewed by Spice Radio on the topic of new academic year and how the parents can support their children.
Values of outdoor learning within a COVID-19 safe education plan
Dr. Hartley Banack discusses with Margaret Gallagher on CBC radio (BC Today) the values of Outdoor Learning within a Covid Safe Education Plan, in addition to answering questions from people who called in.
Alberta government handpicks new school curriculum advisers
Dr. Lindsay Gibson was quoted about the history curriculum introduced by the NDP government and the big knowledge gap when reviewing the curriculum.
What challenges does online learning present for kids and families?
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin discusses with Adam Stirling on C-FAX 1070 (iHeart) radio the challenges that online learning presents for kids and families and how we can overcome them.
Massive outbreaks in Israeli schools a ‘cautionary tale’ for Canada
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin spoke about the differences between Canada and Israel that could lead to different outcomes when students return to school.
Centralized virtual schools and synchronous delivery: How remote learning is shaping up for fall
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin talks to CBC’s Jessica Wong and shares insights on the future of remote learning and how it is shaping the coming year in K-12 schools. She also reflects on how teachers might engage students online.
We can learn lessons from the streets
Dr. E. Wayne Ross spoke to Documento–a newspaper in Athens, Greece– about uprisings against police violence in the United States.
Education during the time of COVID-19
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin discusses talk with Shreyas Patankar and Mrigas Das from Cofactor Conversation Lab the outlook, challenges, and opportunities for education as our society learns to live with the pandemic. Ultimately, educators, parents, and policy-makers must work together to create new opportunities and innovations in education appropriate for our new normal.
WATCH — What’s your homeschooling style? Planner or free spirit?
Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin talks to a young CBC Radio – Kids News correspondent Alexia Sabau about effective strategies to study during the pandemic.
Could the school year be over because of coronavirus?
Jason Markusoff from Maclean’s Magazine interviews Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin on the challenges of learning during the pandemic and how we should not stop learning.
COVID-19: What should social distancing look like with kids?
Dr. Susan Gerofsky says parents should “take time to be present”, “notice the natural world”, and and learn something together with their child, finding time before or after work or on their lunch break.