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Universities Canada Nov 16
Next year's forum will be hosted by 5 postsecondary partners: , Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig, , + .
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Nate Rackley Nov 16
Where can I get this to hang in my office?! makes everyone following him better. Thanks, David! you are part of my PLN.
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Megan Leslie Nov 15
Want to hear what a narwhal or bowhead whale sound like under water? Turn your sound on! You’ll also hear shipping noise that can interfere with marine mammal communication and hunting.
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Maple League Nov 15
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Dr. Klodiana Kolomitro Nov 13
Suggested reading "Creativity Crisis: Toward a Post-constructivist Educational Future" by R. Nelson. A thought provoking book that 'defies learning outcomes, constructive alignment, group work as they often promote mechanistic thinking & manipulative skills.'
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Leanne M Hayward Nov 12
What an amazing couple of days celebrating the 2018 at resort. An inspiring group of leaders in .
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Peter Felten Nov 9
This is no ordinary editorial -- it's an extended and brilliant essay on the future of academic development. If you're interested in academic/faculty/educational development, you should read this!
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JBornais Nov 12
An amazing retreat with the 2018 3M Fellows. Thank you . What a wonderful experience Thanks 3M retreat colleagues
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Loretta Kooymans Nov 12
Great article with a local story about and their work to inspire this kind of student leadership on campus.
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STLHE/SAPES 2018 Nov 12
Replying to @STLHE_2018
"[A study of] the economic effects of university investment in innovation & entrepreneurship programs and found that there is little data to justify all the spending...there’s scant evidence to connect investments with local job growth or even increased university revenue."
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STLHE/SAPES 2018 Nov 12
An interesting reading of innovation and its role in higher education:
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Replying to @STLHE_2018
"[A study of] the economic effects of university investment in innovation & entrepreneurship programs and found that there is little data to justify all the spending...there’s scant evidence to connect investments with local job growth or even increased university revenue."
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Mark Lubrick Nov 12
Some of the pieces missing from the empowered educator
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Phil Baty Nov 12
"A university has to be led by academics... you need to have struggled as an academic yourself to understand what it is that inspires people" - Sir Malcolm Grant at Do you agree?
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Maple League Nov 12
Small classrooms can allow flexibility for a professor like Dr. Kerry Hull, who has been teaching in the department for nearly 20 years, to explore new teaching methods.
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Roger W. Davis🌠#JoyfulLeaders Nov 11
Who are They are leaders that: Promote positivity and spread joy wherever they go. Encourage creativity, critical thinking, communication, collaboration and the sense of community. Lead by action and example. Provide inspiration daily! Are you one?
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Physics & Astronomy Zone Nov 10
Physics fun 😍
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Sen Murray Sinclair Nov 11
Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack of Settler Privilege
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Gerald Butts 🇨🇦 Nov 11
“It’s easy to destroy institutions, but it’s incredibly difficult to build them.” 🇩🇪 Chancellor Angela Merkel at the
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Dr. Klodiana Kolomitro Nov 8
5 Teaching Tips From ‘How Humans Learn’ via
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