Welcome to Education at Memorial

Memorial's Faculty of Education turns 100.

One hundred years ago, the seeds that would grow into Memorial University's Faculty of Education were rooted and the first class of professional educators went out into the world to inspire others and help shape the future. With more than 30,000 graduates, Memorial University's Faculty of Education has deep roots and a rich history that will be celebrated with a yearlong series of events and programs.

The excitement kicked off in the fall of 2021 and registration is now open for the special celebration event, A Time! - Celebrating a Century of Teacher Education in Newfoundland and Labrador that will be held September 16-17, 2022. Please visit our 100 Year Anniversary Hub to learn more about our special celebration and to stay up to date on the latest happenings - and don't forget to spread the word!

Education is a lifelong pursuit. 

Professionals with degrees in education work as teachers or in school administration, curriculum design, or education policy. 

The pursuit of learning, teaching and research changes lives, it affects people and can help communities grow. Our programs are focused around teaching and learning, continuing teacher education, and education research.

Whether you choose to be a classroom teacher, focused on music, special education or STEM, or perhaps become a counselor or a leader, there's no better place than the Faculty of Education to help you find your way.

News

A public viewing of The Beothuk Story will be held 12:30-2:00 p.m. in Room 3034A, G.A. Hickman Building on Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Writer, producer, and director, Christopher Aylward will be in attendance to discuss the film, as well as to highlight his decade of research focused on the Beothuk. Attendees will be entered into a number of orange shirt draws.

As centennial celebrations come to a close at Memorial University’s Faculty of Education, registration is now open for its culminating conference, A Time! Celebrating a Century of Teacher Education in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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