Study in Labrador
Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) Nunatsiavut/ Inuktitut Option
The Labrador Institute and the Faculty of Education of Memorial University have partnered to enable the creation of a Community Based Teacher Education program focused on primary/elementary teacher education in the Aboriginal and Northern context. Working with the Nunatsiavut Government (NG), the College of the North Atlantic and the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District, Memorial University has developed a program route including an Inuktitut language component, coastal community practicums, and a First Year Success component beginning in 2014. For further information please refer to the brochure: Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) for Nunatsiavut
Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC) and Labrador Option
Currently we are seeking students interested in enrolling in a Bachelor of Education program based in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, focused on the Aboriginal and Northern context. It is anticipated that this program would begin in 2015. This program would be of particular interest to members of NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC) or other residents of Newfoundland and Labrador who wish to take advantage of a Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) program in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. For further information please refer to: Expressions of Interest - Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary), NunatuKavut Community Council and Labrador
Memorial University’s Faculty of Education in cooperation with the Labrador Institute wish to announce and seek your interest in:
A Labrador-Based Masters in Education Cohort: The Faculty of Education and the Labrador Institute are seeking expressions of interest from residents of Labrador to see how many people are interested in joining a Labrador-based cohort. Interested persons should contact the Labrador Institute at 896-6395, or email (Ruby Best) firstname.lastname@example.org. The cohort will likely start in the Spring or Summer of 2015.