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New Indigenous Speaker Series

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 ...
Student Services New Hours

Student Services New Hours

Not only a new name and new location, But also new hours! To better serve students, Student Services, located on the third floor of the Education Building, will now be ...
Summer Study Tour 2018 – Belgium

Summer Study Tour 2018 – Belgium

Summer Study Tour to Belgium EFDN 498: La citoyenneté globale en éducation/Global Citizenship in Education July 1 – July 9, 2018 Open to all Faculty of Education students in all ...
Dean of Education Appointment

Dean of Education Appointment

Dr. Jerome Cranston of the University of Manitoba has accepted appointment as Dean of Education at the University of Regina. The appointment is effective 1 July 2018. Dr. Cranston is ...
Treaty4Project inspires new way to offer treaty education in Regina

Treaty4Project inspires new way to offer treaty education in Regina

Naomi Fortier-Fréçon and Leia Laing are still relatively early in their teaching careers but they have already left an important legacy. This past November, Fortier-Fréçon and Laing, both graduates of ...
Math 101 Mini Math Fair — Indigenizing math concepts

Math 101 Mini Math Fair — Indigenizing math concepts

On December 11, 2017, Math 101 students held a mini Math Fair, presenting their posters which reflected the Indigenization of mathematics concepts. (see photos above) The concept of Indigenization is ...
Autumn 2017 issue of in education is now available

Autumn 2017 issue of in education is now available

Readers: in education has just published its latest issue (23-2) at http://ineducation.ca/ineducation in education is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that is based in the Faculty of Education, University of ...
International graduate students bring diverse viewpoints on Indigenization of adult education classes

International graduate students bring diverse viewpoints on Indigenization of adult education classes

By Costa Maragos Graduate students with diverse backgrounds have come together with a common goal of decolonizing adult learning. The graduate course, Trends and Issues in Indigenous Adult Education, explores ...
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