Faculty of Education News Archive
April 13, 2017 —
Some 80 Manitoba educators came together April 6-7 at the Faculty of Education to plan for the future of environmental sustainability in education in the province.
April 7, 2017 —
Dignitaries from various levels of government, business and community leaders, friends and family gathered Saturday, March 18, at the Viscount Gort Hotel to honour Dr. Romulo F. Magsino Sr., Canada’s first and only Filipino-Canadian to become the Dean of Education at a major university.
March 30, 2017 —
If public speaking is your greatest fear, try it without a script, sweating under a blazing spotlight, a clock ticking down three minutes to sell an audience on the work of your organization
March 17, 2017 —
For Emily Dinoto, known as the person behind the counter with a warm, welcoming smile at the Hard Chalk Café, it was the toughest day of the year: The last day of classes.
March 14, 2017 —
With 23 presenters, this year’s graduate symposium showcased the work of the most students ever, says Associate Dean Charlotte Enns.
March 8, 2017 —
Knowing time was short, author Gregory Bryan asked the printers to ship a copy of his book early so that the subject of the biography, failing in health, could review its pages. Titled, “Paul Goble, Storyteller,” the account documents the life of the award-winning children’s author and illustrator, the product of four years of work. Although he sadly passed away two weeks before the book’s release, Prof. Bryan knew how Goble felt about the results of their labour.
March 7, 2017 —
A Forum on the Ethics of Sex Education in the Classroom with Jessica O’Reilly and Markie Twist. Presented by the Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics
March 3, 2017 —
For Louis Riel School Division superintendent Duane Brothers, learning the students’ stories is one of the best ways for teachers to make meaningful connections with them.
February 6, 2017 —
Some of the world’s top Indigenous educators and researcher will gather at the University of Manitoba on April 24, 25
January 30, 2017 —
With refugee numbers worldwide reaching historic levels—the Syrian crisis compounded by displacements from Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Eritrea, Libya and Yemen—Associate Professor Clea Schmidt says more than ever, the demographics of the teaching profession need to change to better reflect those of the students they teach.