Events

Dean’s Distinguished Lecture: Reconciling History
Reconciling History Colonialism entrenched inequality as a lived reality for many Indigenous peoples around the world. This presentation talks about what colonialism is, how it birthed multi-generational inequality and what can be done, including academically, to achieve justice in change-resistant environments. Event Description The Faculty of Education is pleased to partner with the Janusz Korczak […]
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Spotlight on Alumni Careers: Educational Studies Alumni in the Public Sector
When: Wednesday, October 27th | 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PDT Where: Virtually The Diverse Career Paths of Educational Studies Alumni study and initiative is organizing its second panel entitled Spotlight on Alumni Careers: Educational Studies Alumni in the Public Sector The Spotlight on Alumni Careers panel series aims to support Education graduate students in broadening their career […]
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Teacher Activism: What Does it Look Like?
Are you wondering what practical teacher activism resembles? Come and learn how educators Monica, Nikitha, Ramona, Trevor and Kenneth are transforming pedagogy and student learning experiences
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Place-based learning along the Fraser River
Join our educators as we share strategies for place-based learning that can be applied in your classroom, school grounds, or local parks. Create your own phenology chart and share ideas for adapting the activity for students.
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Frankly Speaking – Autism Spectrum Disorder Across the Life Span: Challenges and Solutions
Professors Pat Mirenda, Anthony Bailey, Joe Lucyshyn, and Connor Kerns, will share their knowledge and experience of working to create conditions for people touched by autism to thrive across their life span.
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Spotlight on Alumni Careers: Educational Studies alumni who forged their own career paths
Date: Thursday, March 25th | 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST Where: Virtually The Diverse Career Paths of Educational Studies Alumni study and initiative is launching its first-panel entitled Spotlight on Alumni Careers: Educational Studies alumni who forged their own career paths. The Spotlight on Alumni Careers panel series aims to support Education graduate students in broadening their […]
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Supporting and Representing Black Educators in BC… Where Are We Today?
When: February 17th, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST Where: Virtually As part of the United Nations commitment to the 2015 – 2024 International Decade for People of African Descent, Faculties of Education and School Districts should endeavor to support Black educators and Black student excellence. This commitment is key to the holistic academic success […]
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The Syllabus as Curriculum and the Poetic Secret of Objects
Dr. Samuel Rocha Associate Professor, Department of Educational Studies UBC Friday, November 27, 2020 | 12:30 – 2:00 pm (PST) Host: Dr. Rita Irwin Via Zoom View EDCP November Seminar Poster Abstract Sam Rocha will introduce and expound one of the core claims of his newest book, The Syllabus as Curriculum. This claim is simply […]
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WEBINAR – Environmental Education: How can we make a difference?
Imagine a future where world leaders have grown up with a deep understanding of the natural environment that sustains us, knowledge that informs responsible decisions that advance our planetary health.
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**POSTPONED** Prince George 2020 Alumni and Friends Reception
**POSTPONED** - Dean Blye Frank is pleased to invite you to a Faculty of Education Alumni and Friends Reception at the Prestige Treasure Cove Hotel.
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