Faculty of Education News Archive
March 18, 2018 —
Tasked with maintaining the art room, BEd students Cameron Flamand and Madison Rosenberg were thrilled to learn their role as studio assistants would also include hosting workshops for training other teacher candidates.
March 15, 2018 —
Having taught in four countries, Assistant Professor Robert Mizzi knows firsthand the kinds of discrimination LGTBQ educators can face overseas
March 14, 2018 —
Philanthropist Tina Jones, of Banville & Jones Wine, is gifted with the ability to not only see—but bring to life—a better future for Manitobans
March 4, 2018 —
Peng Liu comes to his role as new EAF&P assistant professor in educational leadership with an approach that if you want to make positive change in society, you have to make positive change in education for the communities that need it most.
March 3, 2018 —
With the dust having settled on this year's graduate symposium, organizers are already exploring ways to improve next year's event. Heather Krepski, vice-president of Academic Advocacy with the Education Graduate Students Association (EdGSA) says that symposium organizers are considering asking faculty for help in reviewing proposals in order to give students direction and advice on their submissions.
February 26, 2018 —
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February 24, 2018 —
Dressed head-to-toe in clothing adorned with ornate accents, Charlene Baker, smiled as she chatted with classroom instructors and peers, excited to be participating in a workshop on her life’s passion. “I always wear my beadwork on my clothing. It’s something that represents me as First Nation,” Baker says, adding she learned beading from her mother 45 years ago, and is now passing it on to her two daughters, granddaughters and nieces. She also teaches beading at her school as president of a bead club, and continues to learn more crafts from elders.
February 14, 2018 —
For Jennifer Soldier, a Sagkeeng First Nation high-school instructor, resource-teacher training is essential to improving the lives of students who need help the most.
January 26, 2018 —
Amid the buzz of revelry recognizing the University of Manitoba's two new Canada Research Chair (CRC) appointments, Dr. Frank Deer struck a somber note, underlining the urgency of his work as CRC in Indigenous education.