Visibility Project: May 9, 2014 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm in the Upper Lounge, SUB
Congratulations to our East Kootenay Elementary Teacher Education Graduates! The class of 2014 had their closing ceremonies in Cranbrook (College of the Rockies) on Saturday, April 5th. Photos of the ceremony
Please consider nominating a researcher or collaborative team for the 2014 Faculty of Education Award for Excellence in Research. Nomination packages need to be submitted to the Dean's Office by May 1, 2014.
Students, Staff and Faculty please join Jeff Hopkins, Educator in Residence, for his next Cookies + Conversation on Tuesday, April 15 from 1:30-2:30 pm in MAC 3rd Floor Lounge. Let's talk about ... What do we mean by “Personalized Learning”? Jeff will lead a discussion regarding how that buzz term has become very open to interpretation and how it is important to be specific when talking about personalization. This was a big topic at a meeting Jeff attended in New York a couple of weeks ago where international representatives from Finland, Brazil, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, Colorado, NYC, and BC were struggling to find a common understanding of the term we have all been using for several years! It touches on worldview, philosophy, and beliefs about social change.
Jeff is our first Educator-in-Residence! He welcomes connections and conversations related to research and pedagogy. Jeff is available to visit your classes. If you would like to meet with Jeff on a one-to-one basis, please contact our Faculty Research Community office at email@example.com. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to join Jeff at his monthly Cookies + Conversation, which are scheduled for: April 15, May 20 and June 17.
We Haul 2 Play by Cyril Indome (B.Ed PE Class of 2012) "Since graduating from UVic PE in 2012, I have had an absolute blast learning and teaching. This year, I am teaching English 10 and Communications 11 at Sino Canada High School just outside of Shanghai. For the holidays, Paul Hayes (another UVic PE grad in 2009) and I are cycling through Laos delivering sports equipment to impoverished youth in the area. We cycle to a community, play games with the kids then let them keep the equipment. We have pictures and blog entries on our website: www.wehaul2play.com."