Community-Based Master’s of Education program graduates enjoyed a breakfast together after traveling from northern Saskatchewan to convocate today.
The community-based university education program is designed to provide a unique cohort model of education to students in off-campus locations. The community-based model allows students to obtain a quality university degree in their own communities, considering local educational needs, and it allows them to participate in a cohort that provides immediate and long-term support through a professional learning community. This learning community has also proven to be a northern networking resource, as graduates take on decision making and policy forming roles and responsibilities. The graduate program includes an action research project, which is developed around students’ interests and the needs of their communities.
Congratulations to the Spring 2015 Community-Based Master’s of Education program graduates:
Maurina (Sue) Carriere
Andrew (Scott) Haggarty
John (Reid) Dingwall
Viviana Ruiz Arcand