May 2017

Archive for May, 2017

Beijing Normal University Seminar 3: The Future of Education

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

This May I had an opportunity to participate in the third seminar organized by Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Future Education. More than 20 people were invited to attend this seminar. The researchers from the UK, Finland, Australia, Canada, the US, Greece, and China presented their collaborative research projects focused on rethinking the future of […]

Teachers and Teaching in the Era of Change

Thursday, May 18th, 2017

On February 5-7 2018, a group of Israeli and Canadian educators will meet at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to participate in an interactive workshop that will explore how technology may shape teaching and teacher education. We decided to call it “Teaching and Teaching in the Era of Change”. The workshop was funded by the […]

TLEF Showcase 2017

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

On May 4, 2017 Gerald Tembrevilla and I had and opportunity to share our work on the collection of videos for future STEM educators. This work has been supported by UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund, UBC Work and Learn Program and the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Our presentation: 2017_UBC_TLEF_poster_MilnerBolotin_Tembrevilla_Final

STEM Keynote Presentation in Beijing, China

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

On May 26, 2017 I will be giving a Keynote address in Beijing China. I will be speaking to STEM educators, STEM teacher-educators and teachers. I will talk about the role of technology in STEM education. Title: Developing deliberate pedagogical thinking with technology in STEM (physics) teacher education In this interactive presentation I will demonstrate […]

Science Outreach – Why it matters

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

On May 3, 2017 I visited Richmond public library for a special outreach event for the general public. It was a rainy day and I had to carry a big box of science demonstrations with me. It was one of the volunteering events I have been involved it since I came to British Columbia almost […]

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