Faculty of Education

19Apr201813:00
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These workshops are an invitation to a "body-mind experience", increasing focus and the connection of your own body movements and sensations. 

Our goal it to present a distinct body experience that allows the participant to be more connected  with  himself/herself and, therefore, more connected with others. 

Classified as: MAHI, IHDW
20Apr201810:00
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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Securing a Dream Job in Teaching but Never Knew to Ask!

Terry Kharyati, Director of Education and Director of Human Resources, WQSB

The presentation is led by WQSB's Terry Kharyati, (Director of HR, author, and award-winning in-school administrator).  

Classified as: education jobs, job search, networking, career planning, career, career education
23Apr201810:00
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Interested in teaching in Toronto? Not sure how to make the transition? Come to an information session and find out about teaching positions in Toronto! Carla Alves, Recruitment Administrator at TDSB,  will be present to answer your questions. 

When: Monday April 23 2018, 10:00am 

Where: Education, room 434

To register, email your name, program and year to career.education [at] mcgill.ca 

Classified as: career education, networking, education jobs
26Apr201813:00
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These workshops are an invitation to a "body-mind experience", increasing focus and the connection of your own body movements and sensations. 

Our goal it to present a distinct body experience that allows the participant to be more connected  with  himself/herself and, therefore, more connected with others. 

Classified as: MAHI, IHDW
3Apr201818:30
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1May201820:30
Register now for this informative five-week public lecture series featuring McGill University Educational Psychology professors. This series focuses on topics of concern for parents/guardians/grandparents in our fast-paced world and digital age. 
 
 
Classified as: IHDW
3May201813:00
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These workshops are an invitation to a "body-mind experience", increasing focus and the connection of your own body movements and sensations. 

Our goal it to present a distinct body experience that allows the participant to be more connected  with  himself/herself and, therefore, more connected with others. 

Classified as: MAHI, IHDW