Memorial Faculty of Education students in Labrador are contributing interactive lessons in which students learn about Nunatsiavut and its people as part of the Canada C3 Digital Classroom, a key part of the C3 marine expedition. Third-year students in the Inuit Bachelor of Education (IBED) program in Labrador designed lesson plans on topics, such as Inuit hunting and gathering, traditional knowledge of the land and environment, and expressing their relationship to the land through music. Read more about it here.
Faculty of Education students landed three of five prizes awarded earlier this month in the 2017 Canadian Music Educators’ Association (CMEA) National Undergraduate and Graduate Student Essay Competitions. The CMEA sponsors two student essay competitions annually, the Kenneth Bray Undergraduate Essay Competition and the Dr. Franklin Churchley Graduate Essay Competition.
Faculty of Education students in the Inuit Bachelor of Education (IBED) program completed learning modules about the land of Nunatsiavut that are included in the Canada C3 digital classroom project. The Canada C3 expedition is a 150-day voyage around Canada aboard an icebreaker. The ship arrived in St. John’s Tuesday and is visiting ports of call throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. Read about it in the Gazette.