The Teacher Education program is being revised to a pass/fail system, which will help teacher candidates develop the skills to seamlessly enter the profession.

Education

 
December 2019 Web Version

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Four children and a teacher looking at plants.

Transforming the Teacher Education program to reflect today’s profession

The Teacher Education program is being revised to a pass/fail system, which will help teacher candidates develop the skills to seamlessly enter the profession.

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Acting Dean Kathy Hibbert

Hibbert named Acting Dean

Education researcher and administrator, professor Kathy Hibbert, brings to the position 18 years of teaching experience in schools.

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Head Football Coach Greg Marshall and a teacher.

Community celebrates teachers

The Faculty of Education and Head Football Coach Greg Marshall welcomed educators to the first-ever Teacher Appreciation Day.

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Professor Daniel Ansari

New research centre opens

The Centre for the Science of Learning’s team of interdisciplinary researchers are understanding how children learn.

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Deb Parr-Nash and Joanne Lombardi.

Alumna baking up kindness

Joanne Lombardi launched Kindness Cookies just over a year ago to encourage small acts of kindness with cookies.

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Two hands holding a plastic heart.

Let us know your thoughts - We want to hear from you

The holiday season is a time to bring kindness and joy to others. What are you doing to help your community during this time of year? Use the ‘Read more’ button to tell us.

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Upcoming Events

Celebrate Chinese New Year
with Western Alumni
Friday, Jan. 31, 2020
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Toronto, ON

Room at the Grand Theatre
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
7:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.
London, ON

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For more information about the great things happening in the Faculty, please contact:
Rosie Triebner, CFRE
Director, Community Engagement & Development
Faculty of Education
Phone: 519-661-2111 x87643

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