At this weekend's People for Education conference a panel will try to answer a question that has been on many minds since the dispute between the government and teachers began this summer: "Who should be in charge of education?" I'm moderating and looking forward to hearing all...
Just as kids learn to read and also write, so too must they learn to consume and also create digital media. That's the best analogy I heard this weekend at the Mozilla Hive Pop Up in Kitchener-Waterloo.
Kids Learning Code? Find Out How and Why Saturday in Waterloo
Mozilla Foundation's Mark Surman believes digital literacy is the fourth 'R' in 21st century learning, and that includes learning to code. Join us at Communitech in Waterloo where I'll talk to him and take your questions.
Meet Gabrielle Scrimshaw, Aboriginal Leader and Mentor
On the surface, Hallowe'en seems to be about costumes and yards decked out with headstones and skulls. But even with those props, Hallowe'en is about stories. We asked some experts why kids like scary stories and which ones they recommend.
Why do kids like scary books? What do they learn from them? When should kids start reading scary books? How do parents know when a book is too scary? Author Jeff Szpirglas, librarian Linda Ludke and psychologist Oren Amitay join Cheryl Jackson.