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Emotions of Teaching

  by  Kevin B 3 

Emotions. Emotions. Emotions.

I think back to the very first time I taught in higher ed.  Although I had many, many teaching opportunities throughout  my life, even in higher ed, most were either one day, week long, or other varieties.  530 more words

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An Art Attack

On Saturday I attended a workshop for educators run by the Canadian Wildlife Federation. We were introduced to a range of activities to help children become more aware of the environment and the way in which it works. 146 more words


Learning and Teaching Resources Released

Learning and research resources from the Archives and Special Collections have been released here https://www.flickr.com/photos/119688205@N06/sets/.

So far these cover: feminism and women studies, politics, race, animals and art, LGBT, war and art, disability, 20th century art education, and art education protest. 106 more words

Collection Highlights

Brain food for the exam season

It’s all too easy to reward ourselves with junk food when we’re working hard on revision even though we know that certain foods plus exercise can actually enhance brain function. 47 more words

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So you think you know how to revise?

This time of year there’s an abundance of advice out there for students who want to know the best way to revise. But is all of this advice good? 340 more words

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Risky Business

In March I attended a visioning workshop held by the recently appointed Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Learning and Teaching, Prof. Belinda Tynan , and attended by 60 of my colleagues. 877 more words


On the Threshold

Working with young children, I get to see them exploring with words and with the letters that make up words. Using magnetic letters, or foam letters, children practise the words they have been introduced to in class – in particular the French words and sounds that they have been introduced to. 86 more words