Tag Archives: Education Research

The Juggler’s approach to project management

Over the past few years multi-tasking has been revealed as a myth in the context of project management and productivity.  It may be possible to combine a physical task with a cognitive task (think chewing gum, walking down the street … Continue reading

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One Message, Two Meanings – What Is Your Data Visualization Saying?

If you have ever said something carelessly then you have probably been told that “you can catch more flies with honey than vinegar”. This piece of practical wisdom reminds us to think about what we say and how we say it. … Continue reading

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The iClassroom? A Resource for Implementing Mobile Technology in the Classroom

Mobile technology is everywhere. Whether you are in a city or village you will find people listening to mp3’s, texting to friends or updating Facebook pages on their iPhones. People camp out for hours in coffee shops and fast food restaurants to use the free … Continue reading

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Two Ontario Education Research Events You Should Know About

May and June are very busy months for Researchers in Education.  Projects are wrapping up for end-of-school-year reporting, new projects are being proposed/designed for the upcoming school year and networks across Ontario hold conferences and events. Two events that you should know … Continue reading

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Ontario Education Research To Be Featured at CSSE 2011

Ontario is well represented at this year’s Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) conference which will be held May 28 to June 1 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Researchers from across Canada will use this opportunity to present their work … Continue reading

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