In this newsletter:

  • Condolences
  • Destination Imagination Volunteers Wanted
  • IEAL-J Conference
  • Another Wonderful International Dinner
  • Sessional Postings

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Dear Colleagues,

It is with much sadness that we have learned about the tragedy in Quebec. It is, however, with much support that we now stand with our Muslim brothers and sisters.

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The Second Annual Destination Imagination (DI) PEI Provincial Tournament takes place March 11 at East Wiltshire Intermediate School.  The Department of Education, Early Learning, and Culture is seeking volunteers to help in a number of areas, but the biggest need is for appraisers (judges).  Training will be provided on Thursday, 02-Mar-2017 (Stormdate of Friday, 03-Mar-2017) in Room 208 A&B in the Holman Building in Summerside.

Information on Destination Imagination can be found here.  Additional information on challenges can be found here.

If you have any questions, please contact Kieran Hennessey or Vicki Allan-Cook.

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Dr. Tim Goddard will be a Keynote Speaker at the Institute for Educational Administration and Leadership-Jamaica (IEAL-J) Conference, which is scheduled for 2nd & 3rd March 2017, at Knustford Court Hotel, Kingston, Jamaica.  The theme for the conference is “Educational leadership & sustainability: Current realities, future possibilities.”


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The International Dinner and Silent Auction, held 28-Jan-2017 and was a great success!  Thank you to everyone who came out to participate in this important event to support our specialization students that travel to international and remote locations for practicum.

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Available sessional instructor postings for the Faculty of Education during the Summer 2017 term are due to be posted later this week.  Please watch the HR sessional listings for opportunities which meet your interests and qualifications.

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