Faculty of Education news
We are now accepting proposals for DISE Talks! - a new forum for members of the DISE community, both students and faculty, to come together and share their work on research and/or pedagogy.
In the online world, few are aware that there's a fine line between teasing and criminal harassment. Fewer still know that lies or demeaning images posted on social media can become cyber-libel.
A McGill University research team led by Prof. Shaheen Shariff is launching a new website that will help define and discourage cyber-bullying, while encouraging socially responsible digital citizenship.
The Faculty of Education is proud to announce a newly approved graduate program in Teaching and Learning (MATL) leading to Quebec teacher certification. Application deadline is February 15th. Click this announcement for links to our website and a new McGill Reporter article featuring the program.
For the first time, online worldwide access to the McGill Graduate Certificates in Educational Leadership!
Courses for the two 15-credit Programs are offered online in real time so that students worldwide are connected directly with the instructor and in discussion with classmates for three hours per week over a 13-week semester. The completion of each certificate takes five semesters.
McGILL UNIVERSITY – Research Associate position in Learning Sciences, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology. Applications are invited for a research associate position for researchers interested in learning and engagement in technology rich learning environments.
Renée Baillargeon Professor of Psychology, University of Illinois “Making Sense of Others’ Actions: Psychological Reasoning in Infancy” Stewart Building, Room S1/3 Friday, April 9, 2010, 3:30 PM 1205 Dr. Penfield Ave (at Stanley)
You are welcome to attend an interview with Ilona Dougherty, founder of Apathy is Boring. Faculty of Education McGill University 3700 McTavish Street (above Dr. Penfield) Room 624 Tuesday, April 20 at 7pm This event is free and open to the public.
Dale Boyle, a PhD student in the Faculty of Education, was named a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC). The finalists were chosen out of approximately 15,000 entrants and winners will be announced later this month. The ISC judging panel includes a number of industry professionals and recording artists including Jeff Beck, Steve Winwood, [...]
Please take note that several fraudulent emails are currently circulating requesting that you provide your McGill credentials. Always be cautious before providing your McGill username and McGill password to any entity, including internal and external requests.
As you know, the issue of sustainability is at the forefront of public concern. However, development of a culture of sustainability will require important efforts on the part of all of us. We ask that you consider collaborating in this important initiative by participating in Défi Climat, where you can commit to taking simple steps toward improving the sustainability of our community.
Congratulations Fiona Benson and Caroline Riches on the launch of their (edited) book - Engaging in Conversations about Ideas in Teacher Education
This collection of essays lays bare cutting-edge ideas - and the ensuing dilemmas - in teacher education. Through the agency of "conversation" leading educational thinkers grapple with one and other as they debate ideas within particular strands of teacher education knowledge and pose provocative questions to the reader. AVAILABLE at www.peterlang.com and www.amazon.ca