An update on the first cohort of the Bachelor of Education (primary/elementary) as a second degree, French immersion option and the sixth annual Graduate Summer Institute for French Teachers.
Faculty of Education doctoral student, Bahar Haghighat, has been awarded the Atlantic Education Graduation Student Conference (AEGSC) 2015 award for Best Online Presentation.
The Normore family from Labrador has produced four generations of teachers, most of who came through the Faculty of Education at Memorial University.
Memorial University music education students once again take the top prizes in the undergraduate section of the National Canadian Music Educators' Association Essay Competition.
The ‘Power of the Possible’ in Seemingly Impossible Times: Celebrating and Honoring the Legacy of Maxine Greene
Michelle Kilborn brought together several prominent international curriculum scholars at the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS) Conference in Ottawa on May 25-29, to pay tribute to Maxine Greene, one of the most significant educational philosophers of our time.
Forty Faculty of Education graduates were recognized by Memorial University and the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association (NLTA) as official teachers at the ceremony of induction into the teaching profession on May 29.