Spotlight

“The Debunking of Digital Education”

“The Debunking of Digital Education”

Graduate Student Spotlight: Mellissa Carroll For the first time in her 15 years of teaching secondary school, Mellissa Carroll has been instructing her students online. “The only experience I had was working with the Google for Education platform, which essentially is a cloud-based location for classroom resources and communication,” says Carroll. “I was well versed […]

Million-dollar Partnership Grant supports transformative education

Congratulations to Margaret Macintyre Latta, university and community partners for receiving a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Partnership Grant!

Karen Ragoonaden, Teaching Excellence and Innovation Award

Karen Ragoonaden, Teaching Excellence and Innovation Award

Each year the Provost recognizes individuals who make a significant impact on the culture of teaching and learning.

Sabre Cherkowski – Researcher of the Year, Social Science and Humanities
Peter Arthur, 2020 Golden Apple Award recipient
Tips for at-home learning

Tips for at-home learning

Associate Professor, Greg Wetterstrand, shares a few at-home learning tips for parents and guardians.

Online Summer Institute in Education courses

Online Summer Institute in Education courses

View the complete list of Summer Institute in Education courses at education.ok.ubc.ca/sie. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and UBC’s response

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and UBC’s response

Countries around the world, including Canada, are working to contain the current outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Celebrate Pi Day on Mar. 14

Celebrate Pi Day on Mar. 14

Start the celebrations early for Pi Day by reading this guest feature from one of our graduate students.

PINTS Speaker Series presents Jenna Woodrow & a Guide to the Ethics Bowl

PINTS Speaker Series presents Jenna Woodrow & a Guide to the Ethics Bowl

Join Jenna Woodrow as she outlines the theoretical and practical virtues of the Ethics Bowl