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Stephen McNeil wasn't happy with traditional approaches to teaching chemistry.
Recognizing that most of his first-year students weren't actually planning to complete a full degree in the chemical sciences, he wanted to find a way to make his discipline easier to understand and more relatable to students' everyday lives.
The Heat women's volleyball team continue their all-Canadian run with a dominant performance in the nation's capital. (Pictured with the trophy and Kelowna-Lake Country Member of Parliament Stephen Fuhr).
Heat women's volleyball team have a week for the ages
Last week started with a once-in-a-lifetime chance to play for and meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and ended with the Heat women's volleyball team winning the Gee-Gee's 40th Annual Pre-Season Classic in Ottawa.
John Tyler Binfet, assistant professor of education.
Students see teaching as an act of kindness
It seems the stereotypical image of children liking, or finding good in their teachers, is correct.
According to a recent UBC study that surveyed 650 local elementary students, 42 per cent of them believe that teaching is an act of kindness. The survey consisted of kindergarten to Grade 3 students in the Central Okanagan Valley School District (23).