04-Oct-2019

In this newsletter:

  • Call for Papers
  • Webinar: The Emerging Concern for Indigenous Language in Public Education in Canada
  • Postcard: Colleague Check Ins
  • Hurrahs!!!

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CALL FOR PAPERS

The McGill Journal of  Education invites articles or creative submissions for a special issue to be edited by Sean Wiebe, Mindy Carter and Patrick Howard.  The subject of the issue is “Creative Pedagogues: Reconceptualizing Teachers’ Roles in a Changing World.”  For more details, please visit this link.

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WEBINAR: THE EMERGING CONCERN FOR INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN PUBLIC EDUCATION IN CANADA

UArctic thematic Network Teacher Education and UNITWIN/UNESCO network on Teacher Education are organizing a webinar as part of UN International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019.  On Tuesday, 08-Oct-2019, Frank Deer from University of Manitoba, Canada will speak about Indigenous language education in public education in Canada.

Please visit this link for more information.

The webinar is open for all to participate (and free of charge).

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POSTCARD:  COLLEAGUE CHECK INS

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Erin-Sandy present

On 03-Oct-2019, Erin Morozoff and Sandy McAuley presented on the successes of CELN at Inuit Studies in Montreal, as part of a panel on student success and persistence in Inuit Nunangat.

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HURRAHS!!!

GoldstarCongratulations to Dr. Kathy Snow on being awarded a highly sought after Fulbright Canada award!  Dr. Snow will be the Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair in Arctic Studies for 2019-2020 at University of Washington.  Congratulations, Kathy!

 

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