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Archive for the 'Physics Education' Category

41 1/2 UBC Physics Olympics

Sunday, March 7th, 2021

On Saturday, March 6th, we held 41 1/2 UBC Physics Olympics. This was a completely virtual event and since we have never done it before, we were not sure how it will go. I am so glad to share that the event was a huge success. It was a collaboration of the UBC Department of […]

New STEM Videos on our STEM Videos for All Channel

Monday, December 14th, 2020

This year my Physics Methods course, as most of other courses on UBC campus moved online. I have to say that with all its challenges, it was a positive experience for me. I think I was able to interact with my students as much as we did during our Face-2-Face courses. We also discussed interesting […]

The Half Glass Full of the Current Situation

Monday, December 7th, 2020

While it is clear to everybody that a current situation with the COVID-19 is troublesome, we cannot ignore the positive outcomes that came with the necessity of learning how to teach online. For example, in recent months, I took part in many amazing online seminars and workshops that were only possible because now we all […]

Mentorship matters: In memory of Dr. Gordon Gore

Wednesday, November 18th, 2020

A number of years ago I read a book by one of my favourite authors – Mitch Albom, “The  Five  People You  Meet  in Heaven”.  One of the themes of this book is that some people we encounter in our lives make a profound impact on us independently if we realized that at the time […]

Special Issue: Towards a Sustainable Future through innovative STEM Education

Friday, October 30th, 2020

Dear STEM Education researchers, educators, teachers and students: We are very excited to announce a Call for Papers in the new special issue of MDPI journal. Please read the information below. Special Issue “Towards a Sustainable Future through Innovative STEM Education” Print Special Issue Flyer Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information Keywords Published Papers A […]

CATALYST 2020 BC Science Teachers Conference

Sunday, October 25th, 2020

This Friday, I was invited to take part in the BC Science Teachers’ Association Annual Conference, called Catalyst. This is an annual gathering of science teachers from all across British Columbia. Usually, most of the teachers come from the Lower Mainland as the conference often happens here. However, this year it was an online conference […]

If Corona Doesn’t Kill Us, Distance Learning Will

Thursday, April 16th, 2020

I have watched this video a number of times now and I realize that I do want to share it with you. I love the title and even more, I feel the plight of this mom of four who is actually a special education teacher in Israel. We need to support the parents during the […]

Selected Media Interviews & Community Events: Education during COVID-19

Monday, March 30th, 2020

This is a list of my recent interviews on the topics related to the education in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic: CBC News interview with Jessica Wong: Return to schools in the times of COVID-19 – https://muckrack.com/jessica-wong/articles CTV News interview with Meredith MacLeod on reopening schools in the time of the pandemic,  August 12, […]

STEM Teachers and Teaching in the Digital Era

Friday, February 28th, 2020

I am very excited to see our edited book coming out this fall!  Two years ago we organized a collaborative workshop at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel. We came together to discuss the changing field of STEM education and how digital technologies shape and affect it. This workshop was supported by a grant […]

STEM in Education 2019 Symposium Chongqing, China

Sunday, November 24th, 2019

I just returned from the STEM in Education 2019 Symposium that was held in Chongqing, China: http://stem2019.swu.edu.cn/English/ . Southwest University organized the symposium. It was a very interesting conference as we had a few opportunities to visit local schools, to interact with the students and faculty members and learn about this amazing city. I was […]

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