of personal control in your life? Do you struggle with setting goals and problem solving? Join this group to learn cognitive behavioral techniques and mindfulness to help you manage stress.
Stress and Anxiety Part 1:
Tuesday March 9th 12:30pm-1:30pm EDUC233
Monday April 15th 12:30pm-1:30pm EDUC233
Stress and Anxiety Part 2:
Tuesday March 26th 12:30pm-1:30pm EDUC233
SPEED NETWORKING & INTERVIEWING FOR TEACHERS
We invite all U4 & MATL students to join us at the Speed Networking & Interviewing event on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm. This intimate & interactive networking event will allow you to briefly interview with various independent school representatives, as well as mix & mingle throughout the evening. Do not miss out on this great networking opportunity!
Thinking of making an educational game, but don’t have an idea of how to communicate with game designers/developers? Being invited to collaborate on a serious game making project as an educator, but not sure what material you need to provide game designers/developers? Or just want to know more about serious games?If you said yes to any of the above questions, then this workshop is for you.
You are invited to come and meet me, Katelyn Ward, your Local Wellness Advisor (LWA) embedded within the Education Faculty, at Wellness 101! The goal of the Wellness 101 interactive workshop is to learn more about the resources and tools available on and off campus that help contribute to wellness and overall well-being. You will learn tools and skills that you can apply to both your academic and personal lives.
Drawing from her recent book Suffer the Little Children: Genocide, Indigenous Nations and the Canadian State, Tamara Starblanket examines how genocide is operationalized in Canada. Focusing primarily on breaking the intergenerational transmission of Indigenous Peoples' national identities from parents to children by the forcible removals from the Indigenous Nations on Turtle Island to the residential school system and present-day removals in the child welfare system.
Ever feel stuck, where you just don't know how to face adversity? Want to learn more about how to navigate through that feeling? This workshop will help you identify and utilize your strengths to get through these tough times.
The series takes place on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm from April 9-30, 2019 (April 9, 16, 23, 30). Lectures will be presented in English.
April 9 (Rm 522) Dr.Marie-Hélène Pennestri Sleeping through the night
April 16 (Rm 504) Dr.Tina Montreuil Moving from worry to mastery
April 23 (Rm 504) Dr.Gigi Luk The science of bilingualism
ARNA 2019 will take place in Montreal, Quebec, Canada over June 26-28th. The conference will be held at McGill University's Faculty of Education, located in downtown Montreal.
The theme we have chosen for the conference is Repoliticizing P/AR: From Action Research to Activism.