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UBC Master of Educational Technology (MET)

 

http://met.ubc.ca/files/2018/08/header_1_1284x560.jpgCreate rich and engaging learning environments using educational technology.

 

Apply byNovember 6, 2018

Begins: January 2019

Delivery: 100% online 

 

Not ready to commit to the MET master’s program? Don’t worry! There are also two online certificates, both of which can later transition into the MET master’s degree.

        Graduate Certificate in Technology-Based Distributed Learning (TBDL)

        Graduate Certificate in Technology-Based Learning for Schools (TBLS).

 

Visit the UBC MET website for more information.

 

Part-time Masters Cohorts at UBC

 

MEd in Curriculum Studies – Health, Outdoor, and Physicalhttp://pdce-sandbox.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2017/10/EFS2-Image.pngExperiential Education  

Integrating three streams of study into the classroom: Health, Outdoor, and Physical Education. 

Apply by: February 28, 2019
Begins: July 2019
Delivery: Face-to-face, Lower Mainland 

Learn more: Aonline Information session is being held on October 15, from 4:00–5:30 p.m.

 

MEd in Educational Studies – Education for Sustainability 

Engage in real-world projects centred in questions of learning and scholarship. 

Apply by: March 29, 2019
Begins: August 2019
Delivery: Face-to-face, UBC and CityStudio Vancouver.

MEd in Educational Studies – Early Childhood Education

Issues in early childhood research, theory, and practice. 

Apply By: January 31, 2019
Begins: September 2019.

 

Reconciliation through Indigenous Education

 

http://pdce-sandbox.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2015/01/reconciliation_web.jpgEngage with Indigenous-knowledge keepers, educational leaders, and resources to enhance your understanding of practices that advance reconciliation.

This course will help you envision how Indigenous histories, perspectives, world views, and approaches to learning can be made part of the work we do in classrooms, organizations, communities, and our everyday experiences in ways that are thoughtful and respectful. In this course, reconciliation emphasizes changing institutional structures, practices, and policies, as well as personal and professional ideologies to create environments that are committed to strengthening our relationships with Indigenous peoples.

 

  • Register online by October 23 
  • CostFree to audit$50 for a verified certificate.

 

Teach Mental Health: Mental Health Literacy for the Classroom

TeachMentalHealth.Org

Mental illness most often begins in adolescence, yet the people who work with teenagers on a daily basis are often unprepared to recognize and understand mental illness.

 

Teacher education programs rarely address mental health literacy, resulting in teacher candidates who are at a disadvantage when they enter the workforce. Teachmentalhealth.org was developed to address this need.

 

This free, online, modular-based resource was developed for teachers. It is available to be used as a cohesive whole or subdivided and incorporated into existing courses. It can be presented face-to-face or entirely online, and be instructor-led or student-driven. Teachers and other educators who are currently in schools are also invited to take the course. 

 

Learn more by visiting www.teachmentalhealth.org.

 

Quebec Institute 

 

French language immersion in the heart of Québec City! http://pdce-sandbox.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2018/10/webphoto_350x350.jpgDon’t miss this three-week immersion program for French language teachers.
Apply By: 
May 3, 2019
Registration: Opens October 19
Dates: July 1–19, 2019
Location: Québec City

 

Bursary for BC Teachers
Historically, BC teachers have been eligible for a Canadian Heritage Bursary that covers up to half of the program cost if they speak French as an additional language or will be involved in the teaching or supervision of French programs. We anticipate the bursary will be confirmed in January.

 

Click here to register.

 

Humanitarian Education Workshop

 

Image result for red crossThe Canadian Red Cross is hosting Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL): Two-day Educator Training in Vancouver (Burnaby) on November 24–25, 2018.

 

Learn to implement practical activities dealing with global conflict such as refugees, child soldiers, gender-based violence and attacks on civilians using an easy-to-use, adaptable toolkit aimed at students 13–18 years of age.

 

This training will be of interest to teachers of Social Studies, Asian Studies, 20th Century History, Social Justice, Genocide Studies, and Law.

 

Training includes instruction from the National Senior Legal Advisor of the Canadian Red Cross, a representative of the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Canadian Armed Forces, and teachers currently using the EHL curriculum in their classrooms. Participants will receive an EHL toolkit, a Canada and Conflict toolkit, curriculum maps, and a certificate upon completion.

 

Registration is free. More information is available here.

 
University of Victoria Continuing Studies 

 


Dr.Ross Greene ~ 3 day Advanced Training Workshop (February 13-15, 2019)
in his Collaborative & Proactive Solutions Model 
Nanaimo CV Converence Centre ~ check out this website: Lives in the Balance

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PRO-D UPCOMING EVENTS - ongoing


Ongoing: Graduate Studies - Learn Online at VIU  
 OLTD is a great match for your teaching staff wishing to pursue graduate studies online and integrate blended learning and a technology-enhanced delivery model into their daily practice. Our program brochure is linked above.
 Ongoing:   UVic Online Pro-D Courses for Teachers
Ongoing:     UBC-Faculty of Ed Graduate Programs 
Ongoing: Elementary-HeartSmart Kids Prog - HSD educator www.hskids.ca to register

          Online registration/enquiries www.4children.ca