Amid the excitement of class photos, extracurriculars and new supplies, the back to school season can be daunting and stressful for students who find reading and math challenging. Student volunteers and interns from the Brock Learning Lab are helping local students from Grades K-12 by offering literacy and numeracy tutoring.Read more
Articles tagged with: Master of Education
As a teenager, Joel Ward (MEd ’02) hated school.
His life at the time was rocky. He was expelled from high school and ran away from home at 16.
Ward’s relationship with education began a far cry from where it is today, as he starts his retirement after a successful career as an educator and senior administrator in the post-secondary stream.Read more
Growing up in Namibia’s rural Ohangwena region, Lydia Lungameni dreamed of becoming a teacher.
But with racial divides preventing all children from having the same education, she also dreamed of change.
Lungameni received her Master of Education during Brock’s Fall Convocation on Friday, Oct. 12. While she was filled with pride as she crossed the stage to mark her achievement, her focus had already shifted to her next goal: helping to decolonize Namibian education.