Faculty of Education

Bärbel Knäuper, Associate Member of the McGill Research Centre for Physical Activity and Health (PATH), spoke to The Globe and Mail this week about the seeming appeal of "quick meal hacks". 

Classified as: path
Published on: 20 Mar 2018

Over the course of the Winter 2018 and Summer 2018 semesters the Education Collection, currently housed on the second floor the Humanties and Social Sciences Library, will be integrated into the main Humanities and Social Sciences Collection in the McLennan Library Building. This project will increase the visibility and browsability of the Education Collection and will create space for over 100 new study seats.

Classified as: Renovations
Published on: 12 Feb 2018

 Cree NewsKathleen J. Wootton (BEd (Elem) 1985, MA (Ed. Leadership) 2002), Chairperson of the Cree School Board, was among four Cree leaders featured in a recent article written by The Nation Magazine's Amy German.

Classified as: First Nations and Inuit, fnie, ofnie
Published on: 9 Feb 2018

Professor Dilson Rassier, of our Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, has been awarded a $687,430 grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to pursue his research project on post-translational protein arginylation in skeletal muscles.

Classified as: path, Research
Published on: 30 Jan 2018

The fall 2017 edition of Dialogues, the biannual newsletter of the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP), has been published and may be viewed online here (.pdf).

Classified as: Research
Published on: 1 Dec 2017

In an airy open area at the back of the first floor of the former library of the Faculty Education is a colourful space filled with art supplies and work tables. Along the wall there are bins and boxes of fabric, coloured pencils and paints, sketch pads, paper, and all manner of recycled objects, ready to be remade into anything the visitor desires. Welcome to the McGill Art Hive Initiative (MAHI).

Classified as: MAHI, IHDW
Published on: 30 Nov 2017

In partnership with the Hong Kong-based WYNG foundation, the Faculty of Education at McGill University and Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) recently participated in another successful Visiting Scholars Exchange Program. For the first part of the exchange, the Faculty of Education warmly welcomed Assistant Professor Dr. Kei Yan Poon, from the Department of Special Education and Counselling, and Associate Professor Dr. Ian Bun Chun Lam from the Department of Early Childhood Education.

Classified as: Miepa
Published on: 28 Nov 2017

 one or more peopleProfessor Dennis Jensen has been named Director of the McGill Research Centre for Physical Activity and Health (PATH). The appointment is for a three-year term, effective immediately.

Classified as: path, Research
Published on: 16 Nov 2017

For the 13th year in a row, Maclean’s magazine has ranked McGill as the top university in Canada among institutions in the medical-doctoral category.

Classified as: IHDW, Miepa
Published on: 12 Oct 2017

 textWe are pleased to share with you some of the activities that have been organized and supported during the first year since the official launch of the Institute for Human Development and Well-Being with our newsletter. 

Classified as: IHDW, Miepa, definetheline
Published on: 21 Sep 2017

Today, the Royal Society of Canada announced 70 new members to The College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists, including seven McGill scholars, three of whom are with our Faculty of Education. With seven members, McGill has more new inductees this year than any other university in the country.

Classified as: definetheline, Miepa
Published on: 12 Sep 2017

Content-Based Language Teaching (Paperback) book coverProfessor Roy Lyster, of our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, has published the module Content-Based Language Teaching, now available from Routledge.

Classified as: Miepa
Published on: 22 Aug 2017

The two heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in the Education Building will be replaced this summer. As a result of this renovation work, the Education Curriculum Resources Centre will temporarily close from Saturday, August 5 to Sunday, August 27. During this time, the collection will be unavailable. The last day to submit hold requests will be Wednesday, July 19.

Classified as: Renovations, Construction, temporary closure, infrastructure
Published on: 15 Jun 2017