Faculty of Education News Archive
November 15, 2017 —
Dr. Virginia Tze hopes this story seizes your attention and holds it to the last word. But if your interest drifts into flights of fancy, she might be interested to know why.
November 14, 2017 —
As principal writer, Lea scripted the experiences of military veterans who shared their experiences, and then performed them onstage as a part of Contact! Unload, a research-based theatre project where the play becomes a catalyst for veterans who publicly interpret their struggles and experiences of transitioning to civilian life from military service in order to build resilience.
November 2, 2017 —
Whether you believe that travel is the best teacher, the classroom is the best place to learn or that life experience is the path to growth, teacher candidates can have it all in May 2018.
November 1, 2017 —
Having experienced first-hand the trauma associated with homophobia growing up, Dr. Andre Grace felt obligated to give back to make life better for the LGBTQ community
October 26, 2017 —
From meeting the Blue Bombers on the stadium field, to learning about a lighting project for growing vegetables and fruits in the North at the Engineering Building, and touring the geology exhibits at Ed Leith Cretaceous Menagerie, some 120 wide-eyed elementary school students got a taste of university student life this fall.
October 20, 2017 —
If you’ll pardon the cliché, being conferred the honour of professor emeritus was humbling, says Jon Young, who retired in 2016 as professor at the Faculty of Education. Even after receiving an honour shared by only nine other accomplished professors, each an academic giant in their field, Young could scarcely contain his characteristic modesty.
October 10, 2017 —
Starting her career as a high-school teacher in a remote northern community, Nadine Bartlett says she witnessed first-hand some of the challenges faced by Indigenous youth, shaping her career as an educator focused on removing barriers to success.
October 5, 2017 —
Tackling a theme like “Art and the economy” might sound like a weighty topic for teen artists, but Prof. Joanna Black says students attending this year’s international youth art exhibit in Estonia are up to task.
September 28, 2017 —
“How do I grade a sweat lodge?” Lecturer Karen Favell raises this question in pointing to the kinds of paradigm shifts necessary to Indigenize education.