In this newsletter:

  • Reminder: Presidential Recognition Awards Nomination Deadline
  • Sessional Opportunities in B.Ed
  • In The News!
  • Hurrahs!



The deadline to nominate faculty and staff for Presidential Awards of Merit is Wednesday, 04-Apr-2018.

Further details on the awards and the nomination process can be found here: http://www.upei.ca/president/presidential-recognition-awards-merit

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There are a number of sessional opportunities currently posted for B.Ed programs (both English and French).  You can find the advertisements here:


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CBC Radio recently featured an interview with Mary MacPhee on the research of her doctoral dissertation.  You can hear the interview here.

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GoldstarThe Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Board of Directors recently announced the 2018 election results for their Board of Directors.  Dr. Tim Goddard was acclaimed to a second term as Director, Teaching and Learning on the Board. You can find the announcement here.  Congratulations, Tim!

GoldstarCongratulations to Gabriela Arias de Sanchez, Martha Gabriel, Miles Turnbull and Ann Anderson on the publication of their co-authored article in the special Early Childhood Edition of the Education Science Journal.  You can read the article, “Code-Switching Explorations in Teaching Early Number Sense,”  here.

GoldstarCongratulations to Sean Wiebe on the publication of the special issue of  the Canadian Journal of Education, which was co-edited with Peter Gouzouasis, Patrick Howard, Mitchell McLarnon, Kathryn Ricketts, & Layal Shuman.  The issue can be found here.

GoldstarCongratulations to Dr. Frederic Fovet, who recently offered the opening plenary at the 2018 Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD) Conference in Dublin, Ireland.  The Conference, titled “Let’s Bring the Elephant into the Room! – Reshaping the inclusive environment in further & higher education”, was held March 20 & 21. Dr. Fovet’s talk was entitled “UDL – Whose Job Is it? – in the change to a UDL model, who does what?”

GoldstarCongratulations to Sean Wiebe on the publication of his book, co-authored with Craig MacDonald.  The book, From Narratives of Teaching: Conversations Toward Agency and Authenticity in Education is published by Linus Learning. You can find it here.

GoldstarCongratulations also to Sean Wiebe, on the publication of a new article in Art/Research International.  The article, “Sympathizing with Social Justice: Poetry of Invitation and Generation,” can be found here.

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