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How one internationally educated teacher became a teacher in Canada

How one internationally educated teacher became a teacher in Canada

Anna Lucero was a teacher in the Philippines for 15 years before moving to Canada. After taking three University of Regina courses, and her TESOL language test, she was eligible ...
Saskatchewan Book Awards – Publishing in Education Award

Saskatchewan Book Awards – Publishing in Education Award

Dissident Knowledge in Higher Education co-edited by Marc Spooner and James McNinch won the award for Publishing in Education at the Saskatchewan Book Awards April 27, 2019 ...
Bereavement Notice | Life Speaker Noel Starblanket

Bereavement Notice | Life Speaker Noel Starblanket

On April 15, we were given the sad news of the passing of Life Speaker Noel Starblanket who enriched our lives with his wisdom and patience, teaching faculty and students ...
Faculty-Based Research Centre Funding

Faculty-Based Research Centre Funding

  General Research Fund Language Camps as an Indigenous language revitalization strategy: The nêhiyawak (Cree peoples) Language Learning Experience – Belinda Daniels (USask); Peter Turner (URegina); Randy Morin (USask); Bill ...
Math education students reflect on preinternship experiences

Math education students reflect on preinternship experiences

Dr. Gale Russell’s math education students created artistic renderings of their preinternship experiences. ...
Internationalizing Curriculum Studies | New edited book

Internationalizing Curriculum Studies | New edited book

Dr. Cristyne Hébert, co-Editor of Internationalizing Curriculum Studies: Histories, Environments, and Critiques, is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Regina. Abstract: How do we ...
Alumna recognized as one of Canada’s 2019 Outstanding Principals

Alumna recognized as one of Canada’s 2019 Outstanding Principals

Interview with Katherine LeBlanc (B.Ed. ’90) Principal in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut at Maani Ulujuk Ilinniarvik In January 2019, and in her 10th year of being a principal, Alumna Katherine LeBlanc ...
PHE Researcher of the month

PHE Researcher of the month

Once a month the PHE Canada Research Council selects one of its members to profile as Researcher of the Month. Whether it’s a university level teacher, academic, or graduate student, ...
A multilingual international collaboration

A multilingual international collaboration

The following story, submitted by former grad student and French Immersion Kindergarten teacher Ellen Lague and Minority Language Professor Heather Phipps, describes the development of a multilingual Saskatchewan-Belgium collaboration that ...

 
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