A group of alumni from the master of education counselling psychology program in the Faculty of Education credit experiential learning and support from faculty for completing their programs and preparing them for successful careers.
Memorial University Faculty of Education alumni from St. Anthony to St. John’s, and many places in between, have taken their teaching skills internationally to Doha, Qatar, where they are currently employed with the College of the North Atlantic Qatar campus (CNA-Q).
Many graduates from the master of education, counselling psychology program at Memorial credit their success to the mentorship and support of Dr. Greg Harris.
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.
On May 29, 43 Faculty of Education students voluntarily participated in a Project WILD and Below Zero workshop.
Project WILD is an internationally recognized program, sponsored by The Canadian Wildlife Federation, and its goal is to increase the awareness, knowledge and skills of teachers in the areas of wildlife and the environment.