Changing Roles of Teachers

Picture Credit : www.e4e.org The original version of this article appeared on The Rising Nepal By- Kushal Pokharel The conventional notion on education has largely confined the teacher’s roles and responsibilities to planning the lesson, delivering instructions,...

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Eight things great teachers do differently

The original version of this article appeared on The Conversation Here’s what makes a great teacher. Shutterstock Samantha Twiselton, Sheffield Hallam University Teaching is one of the most important professions in society and touches every aspect, of every community...

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Young adults need to eat more omega-3 fats

The original version of this article appeared on The Conversation (Canada) Omega-3 fats can be found in many food sources, including salmon, flax seeds and walnuts as well as over-the-counter supplements. (Shutterstock) David Mutch, University of Guelph The vast...

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Can we really teach ‘Indigenizing’ courses online?

The original version of this article appeared on The Conversation Matthew Stranach, Thompson Rivers University On April 16, Canadians — and internet users around the world — have the opportunity to participate in “Indigenous Canada,” a Massive Open Online Course...

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