Yesterday the Education Students’ Society hosted a Town Hall with #UREdu Dean Jerome Cranston. Students brought their tough questions, and administration gave honest answers. See the video with thoughts from #ESS President Talia Fawcett
In 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 Bieber made the arrangements to have the workshop presented. STF Administrator Withman Jaigobin said that it isn’t typical for the STF to deliver the workshops, and especially not typical for the STF Executive and Administrative staff to deliver the workshop. This was a special occasion. STF staff presenting the workshop also included President Patrick Maze and Debbie Ward. Following the workshop, students were invited to a focus group with Communications Officer Shuana Niessen to talk about their visions for the future of education. STF staff demonstrated their interest in hearing from students about the future of Education. Students really appreciated the chance for their views of education to be heard.
Education Students’ Society President Laura Bieber speaks about her involvement in bringing the STF Re-Imagine session to the U of R.
STF President Patrick Maze explains the idea behind bringing the Re-Imagine Education initiative to Education students at the U of R.
Some Faculty of Education, University of Regina students participate in a focus group following the Re-Imagine Education workshop facilitated by STF Senior Administrators.
Look at this great photo of this year’s Education Students’ Society Executive!
Are you an Education undergraduate student interested in being part of the ESS team? Click the link below to download the pdf, then fill it in, scan it, and email the form to ESS President Laura Bieber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, November 8 was a busy night for the Faculty of Education. Education Students’ Society organized a Bowling night for students, faculty, and staff. The event was well attended and pizza well enjoyed. Graduate students held a potluck and students attended from as far away as Nunavut (NTEP)! TEP (Teacher Education Program) graduate students were here for a TEP Indigenous Knowledge Exchange.
Photo Montage from the Education Students’ Society Bowling Night 2016