Category: Events

Admission on the Spot Events!

Thinking about becoming a teacher? Applying just got a lot easier! Attend an Admission on the Spot event near you.


The Faculty of Education, University of Regina will be assessing applications and admitting students on the spot at these events!

Watch for an event near you:

  • Prince Albert February 13, 2018, 3:30 – 7:00 pm, Holiday Inn Express & Suites
  • Regina  February 15, 2018, 3:30 -7:30 pm, University of Regina, Riddell Centre Multi-Purpose Room
  • Yorkton February 27, 2018, 3:30 – 7:00 pm, Parkland College
  • Calgary (South) March 7 2018, 3:30 – 7:00 p.m., Delta Calgary South
  • Calgary (North) March 8, 2018, 3:30 – 7:00 p.m., Aloft Calgary Hotel

Come Prepared!

  1. Download and answer all applicable questions on the Teacher Education Application and Profile form (download to your computer and fill the form in and print it)
  2. Attend an Admission on the Spot event and bring your:
  • Completed Teacher Education Application and Profile form
  • School-certified unofficial transcript
  • Application Fee (Check your Admission on the Spot event page for the correct application fee)

If eligible, you will receive a conditional offer of admission at the event.

*NOTE: We are not able to admit on the spot for the following programs: BEd/BKin combined degree, BEd (Physical Education), and BEd (Music).

New Indigenous Speaker Series

Whisperings of the Land is the theme for a new Indigenous Speaker’s Series towards understanding Indigenization. Indigenous people have always had a close relationship to the land. There has also been an historical disruption in land relocations, land desecration and pillaging for economic gain. Our presenters will relate to how the land speaks to them.

The first speaker will be Dr. James Daschuk, author of Clearing the Plains.

January 23, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. (noon)

Education Building, Room 210

The Indigenous Speaker Series is open to all Education faculty, staff, and students.

New Teaching Elementary School Mathematics Certificate Info night

Dr. Gale Russell (l), Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education and Dr. Kathleen Nolan, Professor of Mathematics Education, recently taught two courses in the new Certificate in Teaching Elementary School Mathematics. Photo by Trevor Hopkin – U of R Photography

With the Faculty of Education’s recent introduction of a new Teaching Elementary School Mathematics (TESM) certificate program, a general information event for teachers and administrators who want to learn more will be held:

TESM Certificate Information Evening
Monday, November 20, 2017
6:30 – 7:30 pm
ED 341, Faculty of Education, University of Regina

For more information, please contact Dr. Kathy Nolan at

The TESM Certificate Information Evening opens with a brief presentation to address key questions about the TESM certificate: *WHO is it for? *HOW many courses in the program? *WHAT are those courses? *WHY would I take this certificate program? The presentation is followed by time to ask questions, mingle, and enjoy a few snacks.

This event is hosted by the Mathematics Education subject area and the Faculty of Education Undergraduate Program Office. Course instructors, current students in the program, and student advisors will be on hand to respond to your questions.

No RSVP required. We hope to see you there!

Not able to join us Face-to-Face? Join by video conference:

Certificate in Teaching Elementary School Mathematics

Designed for those involved in the mathematics education of K-8 students, this program provides experiences to deepen one’s understanding of mathematics concepts, with courses in number sense, spatial reasoning, and modeling and representation, as well as courses in culturally responsive pedagogy, inclusive education, and research in the field of mathematics education.

Certificate in Teaching Elementary School Mathematics (TESM)
(30 credit hours)
EMTH 200: Implementation and Assessment of Problem Solving in Mathematics
EMTH 325: Number Sense for the Elementary School Mathematics Teacher
EMTH 335: Mathematics in the Inclusive Classroom: Assessment and Intervention
EMTH 326: Spatial Reasoning for the Elementary School Mathematics Teacher
EMTH 327: Modeling & Representation for the Elementary School Mathematics Teacher
EMTH 425: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in the Mathematics Classroom
EMTH 426: Research in Mathematics Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
Elective 1 [select one from: MATH 102; STAT 100 OR STAT 160; MATH 108; MATH 103 OR MATH 110; MATH 127; MATH 231; MATH 200-400 level]
Elective 2 [select one from: EMTH 217; EMTH 300; EDTC 300/ECMP 355 ((or EDTC 400/ECMP 4551); ECE 425; ECS 410; EPSY 300-400 level]
Elective 3 [select one from any course listed under elective 1 or elective 2]

Note: If a student already has credit for EDTC 300/ECMP 355, then EDTC 400/ECMP 455 may be taken. Taking both EDTC 300/ECMP 355 and EDTC 400/ECMP 455 as electives in this certificate program is not permitted[1]