Tag: Education

Invitation to the Black Educator Holiday Social – Dec. 8th & more


December 4th, 2017 Community News & updates You are cordially invited to the BLACK EDUCATORS HOLIDAY SOCIAL Hosted by: The Alliance of Educators for Black Students (AEBS) The African Heritage Educators Network (AHEN) The Durham Black Educators Network (DBEN) The Ontario Alliance of Black…

[TPS] – Toronto Police Service celebrates International Day of Pink with students


Toronto Police Service News Release Toronto Police Service celebrates International Day of Pink with students Wednesday, April 12, 2017 – 9:59 AM Divisional Policing Support Unit 416-808-7100 On Wednesday, April 12, 2017, the Toronto Police Service, in partnership with the students at Agincourt Collegiate…

Donna Magazine Writing Services


Donna Magazine Writing Services Donna Magazine Writing Services caters writing services at an affordable price to the following goods and services: Documents for: Any subject, industry or governmental purposes. I have knowledge of a variety of style guides and can write the document according…

No country for shoe schools


By Rachel Muenz There are no shoe design schools in Canada and you can blame that on our climate. Because of our ever-changing weather, Canadians tend to put function over fashion, according to Sarah Beam-Borg, the assistant curator at Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum. “North…

DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR DR CHRIS EMDIN LAUNCHES NEW BOOK IN TORONTO‏


DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR DR CHRIS EMDIN LAUNCHES NEW BOOK IN TORONTO                                                  A Different Booklist and Free Your Mind HipHop Stemposium present …

[TPS] – Toronto Police Service celebrates International Day of Pink with students


Toronto Police Service News Release Toronto Police Service celebrates International Day of Pink with students Wednesday, April 13, 2016 – 10:14 AM Corporate Communications 416-808-7100 On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, the Toronto Police Service, in partnership with the students at Harbord Collegiate Institute, celebrated…

Working From Home as a Professor


Professors that work in traditional settings sometimes need to work from home. Also there are professors that are teaching online education courses that also need to work from home. Here are some ways you can make sure you get your work done.

Keeping Your Office at Home and Work Organized


A professor needs to have an office that is organized to stay on top of all the work you need to do.

Understanding Part-time Professors


Some of the professors you may have in university and college may be part-time and there are special things you need to keep in mind about having professors as this. There are advantages and disadvantages.

Professors’ Perspective: Starting the Class Well


With the high price of education, the experience of taking a course can be greatly improved with a well-organized classroom environment that is also fun to learn in. From the professor’s perspective, here are some ways to make that happen:

Life Long Learning


The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is a name that has been around for about two years. The continuing education program has been around since the early 1980s. It’s been around a long time.

Province Expanding 30% Off Ontario Tuition Program


News Release Province Expanding 30% Off Ontario Tuition Program January 20, 2014 About 5,000 More Students Eligible for Support Ontario is helping about 5,000 more students with the cost of postsecondary education by expanding eligibility for the 30% Off Ontario Tuition Grant.Students in their final…

Increasing Credit Transfer Options for Students‏


News Release Increasing Credit Transfer Options for Students January 16, 2014 Ontario Making it Easier for Students to Complete College and University Ontario is launching an online database that will make it easier for postsecondary students to see how their course credits are recognized…

Province Improving Online Learning‏


News Release Province Improving Online Learning January 13, 2014 Ontario Giving Postsecondary Students More Flexibility Ontario is creating a Centre of Excellence for Online Learning to give students across the province one window of access to high-quality, transferable online courses, while reducing course duplication.To…

Minister to Announce Supports for Healthier Schools‏


Media Advisory Minister to Announce Supports for Healthier Schools January 16, 2014 Liz Sandals, Minister of Education, will visit George Brown College to make an announcement about a new initiative that supports better health for Ontario’s high school students. Date:               Friday, Jan. 17, 2014…

Promoting Innovation in Ontario’s Colleges and Universities‏


News Release Promoting Innovation in Ontario’s Colleges and Universities December 4, 2013 Province Supporting High Quality Postsecondary Education Ontario is providing support for 120 projects at colleges and universities across the province through the Productivity and Innovation Fund to help them become more innovative…

Get a Glimpse of the First Ever Self-Publishing Around The World Course at the University of Toronto


Moving still above is Dr. Merlin Charles Watch Donna Kakonge’s past class in action above: Check out Liquid Lunch on ThatChannel.com LIVE on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 for a special promotion of Donna Kakonge and her books 

Course Descriptions of Donna Kakonge’s Classes You Can Take


Please refer to: http://lessonvendor.com/index.php/self-publishing-around-the-world.html http://lessonvendor.com/index.php/digital-writing-i.html http://lessonvendor.com/index.php/introduction-to-researching-book.html http://lessonvendor.com/index.php/style-guides-for-academic-writing.html http://lessonvendor.com/index.php/freelance-broadcast-writing-234.html http://lessonvendor.com/index.php/legal-writing-and-legal-editing.html http://lessonvendor.com/index.php/french-literature-and-audio-book.html http://www.learnitlive.com/drdonnakakonge Self-Publishing Around The World Instructor: Donna Kakonge To see a profile of Donna Kakonge, please Google her Course Description Find out how to release your unpublished manuscript to the world. More and more…

Education Labour Framework Bill Passes Second Reading


News Release Education Labour Framework Bill Passes Second Reading December 3, 2013 Ontario Government Committed to Fair, Effective Collective Bargaining Process Today, Bill 122, the School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, 2013, passed second reading after debate in the Ontario legislature.If passed, the act would…

3Dreads and a Baldhead Arts Education Program‏


Saddi Khali – Black Love Through a Lens “Saddi Khali is one of the most cutting edge photographers in the black community right now. His talents mean that he travels all over the USA and has recently returned from a trip to South Africa….

More Mental Health Services for University and College Students‏


News Release More Mental Health Services for University and College Students October 4, 2013 Ontario Government Investing in Young People, Committed to Student Well-being Ontario is launching a new mental health help line for college and university students as part of its Mental Health…

Healthier Snacks and Meals on the Menu at More Ontario Schools


News Release Healthier Snacks and Meals on the Menu at More Ontario Schools October 1, 2013 Province Expanding Student Nutrition Program to Help More Kids Get a Healthy Start Ontario is helping more children and youth eat nutritious meals at school so they can…

Northern Ontario’s First Law and Architecture Schools Open‏


News Release Northern Ontario’s First Law and Architecture Schools Open September 4, 2013 Ontario Government Proud to Support Northern-Focused Programs Premier Kathleen Wynne is attending the opening of two professional programs in Northern Ontario today, as part of her commitment to help young people in…

Education Test Scores Continue to Rise‏


News Release Education Test Scores Continue to Rise August 28, 2013 Ontario Public Schools Preparing Students for Success Ontario students continue to improve their achievement levels, with 71 per cent of Grade 3 and 6 students meeting or exceeding the provincial standard in reading,…

The Learner – August 2013 Newsletter‏


   AUGUST 2013 NEWSLETTER Publishing     New Book Published Building Minds, Forging Bridges: Teaching in a Visually Littered World Arianne Jennifer Rourke and Vaughan Rees (eds) The 21st century learner is faced with an avalanche of visual imagery in the media and on…

Higher Education Update – August 2013‏


Growing higher education Welcome to the new-look Higher Education Update. We hear that around the world public trust in institutions continues to decline. In response, higher education systems and institutions continue to make progress in navigating and demonstrating quality in an increasingly competitive landscape. Onsite…

Statement by Minister on Toronto District School Board’s Capital Planning‏


Statement Statement by Minister on Toronto District School Board’s Capital Planning July 11, 2013 Liz Sandals, Minister of Education, issued the following statement today about capital planning in the Toronto District School Board (TDSB):”I would like to thank the special assistance team – Bill…

Available To Do Mental Health Awareness Workshops


Focusing on my latest book How To Talk To Crazy People, I am available for mental health workshops so I can also promote the book to social workers, healthcare professionals, educators and media professionals.

Self-Publishing Around The World at The School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto


Starts May 9, 2013 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to July 11, 2013 Here`s how to register: Self-Publishing Around The World: http://2learn.utoronto.ca/uoft/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&cms=true&courseId=25437365 Write About Anything! Credit of $600.00 CAD for new graduates of the University of Toronto to take a course!

Meet The Author at Accents on Eglinton Today and Every Sunday


Come and Enjoy a Good Book! Meet the Instructor of the Self-Publishing Around The World Course at the School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto: Register at: http://2learn.utoronto.ca/uoft/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&cms=true&courseId=25437365

Self-Publish Your Way Around The World This May – Let Your Words Reach The World!!!


Spots Going Fast…Sign Up Soon Through The School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto!!! Self-Publishing Around The World: http://2learn.utoronto.ca/uoft/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&cms=true&courseId=25437365 Write About Anything!

Media advisory – Early education for all – making it happen


TORONTO, Oct. 16, 2012 /CNW/ – October 22-23, 2012 – Researchers and policy makers are meeting here in a two-day symposium to examine the best ways of delivering preschool education to all Canada’s children. International and Canadian experts will present the latest evidence on…

18th OISE Survey finds public satisfied with schools but less willing to increase spending


TORONTO, ON—Public satisfaction with the school system as a whole, and with the job teachers are doing are at record highs, according to the findings of the 18th OISE Survey of Public Attitudes Toward Education, conducted by researchers at the Ontario Institute for Studies…

Online Tutoring Available in All Subjects http://drdonnakakonge.e-lectazone.com


French – primary, high school English – all levels History – all levels Sociology – all levels Psychology – all levels Math – primary, high school Writing – all levels Communication – all levels Social Media/Presentation Skills – all levels Marketing – all levels…

Youth find self-expression through words, movement and painting in a AFCY’s Digital Dialogues program


TORONTO, ON (May 22, 2012): On May 23, more than 60 students from three Toronto public schools will come together to collaborate on an innovative multi-disciplinary arts project coordinated by Arts for Children and Youth (AFCY). Made possible with funding from TELUS, the AFCY…

Online Tutoring/Teaching Available All Over the World


Please contact Donna Kakonge @ dkakonge@sympatico.ca for details. Looking forward to seeing you online!

Rosetta Stone Inc. and Lodi Unified School District Announce Language-Learning Program on the iPad Device


ARLINGTON, Va., Apr 16, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Rosetta Stone Inc. RST +1.04% , a leading provider of technology-based language-learning solutions, today announced an initiative program with Lodi Unified School District to provide the Rosetta Stone TOTALe(R) Course(TM) HD application for iPad(R) devices, part…

SPEAC International Language Institute Offering Courses


Government of Canada supports “Education to Globalize the Human Mind” Conference


Waterloo, July 15, 2011 – Peter Braid, Member of Parliament for Kitchener—Waterloo, today announced financial support for the two-day public conference on “Education to Globalize the Human Mind” at the University of Waterloo. “By funding conferences like this one, we help showcase the diversity…

OISE/University of Toronto Event


“Why Disability Studies?” Wednesday, July 20th, 5:30-7:30 OISE Library, Main Floor, 252 Bloor Street West, U of T, Toronto Above the St. George Subway Stop Explore the significance of disability studies for our scholarly, creative and everyday lives with panel members Free, Open, Refreshments,…

Lessons in Public Relations Issues Published


Looking for affordable lessons in public relations? Buy Lessons in Public Relations Issues @ http://stores.lulu.com/kakonged or on Amazon today. Search for “Donna Kakonge.”

How to Start Studying Abroad


Studying abroad is an excellent experience – if you get the opportunity it is worth it in so many ways. Here are some tips on how you can start to plan for studying abroad. Many schools have an international centre where you can inquire…

Is Journalism Education Becoming Obsolete due to Citizen Journalism?


It seems as though anyone can pick up a video camera, a microphone and start a blog today and call themselves a journalist. What does this mean for journalism education? Journalism education does not have a long history. Actually, the first journalists, such as…

Most Interesting Campuses in Ontario


Ontario has some of the most beautiful campuses in the country of Canada. Here is a quick description of some of them: Queen’s University located in Kingston is a picturesque town with a campus that is charming. You can actually see the ivy growing…

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