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New Course to Explore Teaching as a Career

June 11, 2024 — 

Are you someone who is passionate about shaping the future of education and making an impact on youth? Do you feel a calling to inspire and guide young learners? If this is you, then the Faculty of Education has an exciting new course waiting for you.

Introduction to Education: What Does It Mean to Teach? is a new course designed to introduce the world of education to aspiring educators like you. This course will lay the foundation for understanding the role of the classroom teacher and the principles of fostering meaningful relationships and a sense of belonging within diverse communities.

If you are someone who has wondered what it means to be a teacher, then this course was made for you. The Introduction to Education course will give you insights into what a teacher does and why they choose to become teachers. Students will gain an understanding of the role teachers play in supporting student achievement, value student diversity, and appreciate the importance of fostering a love for learning among students.

In today’s diverse world, it is important for educators to embrace inclusivity and social justice in their teaching practices. From Indigenous education to 2SLGBTQIA+ and anti-racist education, students will explore various topics and issues. This course foregrounds social justice, human rights, and global citizenship, empowering students to become agents of positive change in their communities.

Embark on this journey towards a career in education with us. The Faculty of Education is committed to empowering aspiring educators like yourself with skills and resources to succeed in Manitoba’s educational field.

Learn more about the new course Introduction to Education: What Does It Mean to Teach? visiting our website

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