The Education News Blog

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

Cumberland College Bachelor of Education (U of R) students graduate

Bachelor of Education graduates. Back Row (L to R): Kourtney Kerelation, Shaunee Kobialko, Amy Kapeller, Lacey Wicks, Kaitlin Wesnoski, Shannon Cranch, Elise Fettes, Lorena Whitecap, Tarynn Freed, Oliver Head, Jenna ...

Second cohort of GDI MEd students hold graduation BBQ

GDI MASTER OF EDUCATION STUDENTS HOLD GRADUATION BBQ Sep 7, 2017 Posted in: Master of Education By James Oloo On Thursday July 27, 2017, over 40 people attended the Gabriel Dumont ...

Event: #TreatyEdCamp 3.0

Keynote: Charlene Bearhead Pre-conference: Oct 20 ...

2017 President’s Research Seed Grant recipients

Congratulations to Dr. Alayne Armstrong, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, who was awarded $4,920 for her research which examines, “The learner’s perspective: Adapting technology for middle school students with mathematics ...

Fall Faculty Seminar: Resilience and Revitalization

To prepare for the academic year and the needs of our students, the faculty and staff gathered to engage in crucial conversations around resilience and revitalization at the annual Fall ...

History of Indian residential schools in Saskatchewan ebook now available

The Shattering the Silence: The Hidden History of Indian Residential Schools in Saskatchewan ebook is a Project of Heart Saskatchewan resource for teachers published by the Faculty of Education, University of ...

New Chair of Indigenization

The Faculty of Education’s commitment to Indigenization is reflected in our strategic plan. In light of our commitment, the position of Chair of Indigenization was created. The Chair of Indigenization ...

Dr. Larry Lang | Bereavement Notice

Dr. Larry Lang, a former faculty member passed away at the age of 86 years on July 30, 2017. Dr. Lang taught in the Health, Outdoor and Physical Education subject ...

Research funding grant

Congratulations to Dr. Cindy Hanson for receiving funding in the amount of $2000 from the Community Connections series for Congress 2018 for her project is called “Learning from Labour: Experiments ...
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