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A culture shaped by an ocean

Mr. David Trainor, Faculty of Education alumnus

A picture is worth a thousand words. The image of crashing waves, a rugged coastline and a stagehead reaching out over the water all say “home” to many Newfoundlanders. This is how teacher and professional artist, David Trainor, is bringing our province’s history and culture to life for his students. 

 

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Music education student wins national essay competition

Faculty of Education student, Mr. Jeremie Brisson

Jeremie Brisson, a Bachelor of Music Education student, has received the first place award in the annual Canadian Music Educators Association (CMEA) Kenneth Bray Undergraduate Essay Competition.  

 

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Bringing oceans into the classroom

Faculty of Education students

Faculty of Education students are diving into ocean research topics to learn how to teach young children about the importance of oceans and how they impact their lives; sharing science, culture and history with the next generation.

 

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Faculty of Education and Friends Fall Walk 2014

Faculty walk in Corner Brook

On Sept. 13, the Faculty of Education held its first annual fall multi-campus walk. Faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students, significant others, children, friends and pets met in three locations across Newfoundland and Labrador to enjoy the nature in our beautiful province and to connect with each other outside of the classroom. 

 

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