Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

Global Storybooks: From Arabic to Zulu, freely available digital tales in 50+ languages

Globally, 750 million youth and adults do not know how to read and write and 250 million children are failing to acquire basic literacy skills. Literacy is central to education and plays an important role in development and peace. More

Paragon and Neea Sign Agreement To Deliver CAEL CE in China

Paragon Testing Enterprises and the NEEA of the Chinese Ministry of Education have signed an agreement to deliver the (CAEL CE) in China. More

Media Discourse on Guhn, M., Emerson, S., & Gouzouasis, P. (2019) Research Publication

We are pleased to share a media coverage reports for the research publication, Guhn, M., Emerson, S., & Gouzouasis, P. (2019). More

Media Report – Bullying in Dodgeball

Check out the various media coverage of around Dr. Joy Butler's study about Dodgeball in schools. More

But Where Are You Really From? A Seemingly Simple Question, With A Complicated Answer

Ayesha Khan, Handel Wright and Christie Lee Charles unpack what the question "where are you really from" means to them. More

He’s family – Burnaby Teacher’s Community Work Earns UBC Award

The Burnabynow featured John Nanson on being the most recent recipient of the UBC Alumni Teacher of the Year Award. More

Educator Wins UBC Alumni Teacher of the Year Award

UBC recognizes John Nanson, Community School Coordinator at Edmonds Community School with the Alumni Teacher of the Year Award. More

Artists With Different Disabilities are Teaching Kids How to Create on The Early Edition with Stephen Quinn

Recently, The Early Edition's Jake Costello went to Elsie Roy Elementary to sit in on a storytelling class for students in grades five and six. More

Tackling Disability Stereotypes

David Roche and James Sanders talk with CTV Morning Live about Wingspan Disability Arts Artfully Performing Inclusion & Accessibility. More

Indigenous scholar and local forestry pioneer to be awarded UNBC honorary degrees

Dr. Jo-ann Archibald and John Brink will be presented with Doctor of Laws degrees on May 31. More