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The latest news from the Faculty of Education, University of Regina.

 

Autumn 2018 issue of in education

Autumn 2018 issue of in education is now available. Click on the Table of Contents to go to the online journal and review articles of interest.

Education students participate in Re-Imagine Education with STF Executives

n November 2018, the STF Senior Administrative and Executive staff visited the U of R to deliver a Re-Imagine Education workshop to Instructor Julie Machnaik’s pre-intern students. ESS President Laura ...

Canada Research Chair for Truth and Reconciliation Education

Dr. Michelle Coupal (Bonnechere Algonquin First Nation) joined the Faculty of Education in July 2018 as a Canada Research Chair of Truth and Reconciliation Education. Since completing her PhD in ...

Autumn 2018 issue of Education News

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Faculty member co-recipient of SHRF funding award

Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose is one of six recipients of the 2018-2019 Patient-Oriented Research Leader Awards, co-funded by Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) ($119,894) and Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR) ...
Study Tour to Belgium

Study Tour to Belgium

In July, five B.Ed. students, eight M.Ed. students, and one professor boarded international flights and converged in Belgium for a 10-day course exploring the theme of Social Justice and Globalization ...

Opening a doorway to culture through equine assisted learning

What is the connection between horses, educational psychology, and Indigenous youth and culture? Reconnecting with cultural and traditional ways of knowing and being is increasingly seen as a significant part ...
A healing journey expressed through the arts

A healing journey expressed through the arts

In October 2018, the Faculty of Education’s emerging Elder in Residence, Joseph Naytowhow, a Plains/Woodland Cree (nĂŞhiyaw) singer, songwriter, storyteller, actor, and educator from the Sturgeon Lake First Nation in ...

Teaching STE(A)M outside of the box

“I don’t teach in a box, and I want students to take risks, too. I want my kids to become healthy risk takers.” How does one go from a struggling ...

 
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