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Applications for the HH MSII SDG Challenge have closed. We thank all those who applied and will soon contact you about the status of your applications, and the next steps in the process.

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Free | Online | Queen’s University

Have you ever wanted to use technology in your classroom but not sure where to begin? This course introduces a variety of digital tools that you can start using today. You’ll develop a toolkit of quick, user-friendly tools that will enhance teaching and learning. While exploring and curating resources you will be able to try these tools and decide for yourself what fits best in your classroom. We encourage you to share this course as a resource with your colleagues!

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Free | Online | Pastel Education

We realize that changing perspectives is often not enough in the real world. We have collaborated with a number of therapists and experts in the field to create short educational videos aimed at providing practical day-to-day skills to assist children on the autism spectrum. Within 45 minutes, we hope to provide educators with actionable skills to immediately implement into the classroom. With practice and determination, these skills may make an unmeasurable difference for a child with ASD.

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Becoming More by Joy Ifeanyi

Becoming More by Joy Ifeanyi

Joining the league of educators making an impact in their community didn't just happen by chance, it is a result of intentionality. A little background to how I delve into the teaching profession. Growing up in the city of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. I had admired...

The Uncommon Educator – Sunday Akinrelere

The Uncommon Educator – Sunday Akinrelere

If I was told I would become a teacher and a passionate one at that, I would regard the speaker as a false prophet. My parents were teachers before they retired from the civil service. My intention was to study a course entirely different from teaching at the...

The Wings to Soar by Rasheedat Sadiq

The Wings to Soar by Rasheedat Sadiq

I have always loved learning and teaching and I vaguely remember ‘teaching’ my parents, siblings and dolls the things I learnt while in nursery school. Growing up, I was fortunate to be exposed to good and dedicated teachers and learning were seamless for me. The...

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