A public viewing of The Beothuk Story will be held 12:30-2:00 p.m. in Room 3034A, G.A. Hickman Building on Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Writer, producer, and director, Christopher Aylward will be in attendance to discuss the film, as well as to highlight his decade of research focused on the Beothuk. Attendees will be entered into a number of orange shirt draws.
As centennial celebrations come to a close at Memorial University’s Faculty of Education, registration is now open for its culminating conference, A Time! Celebrating a Century of Teacher Education in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Ryan Henwood wins 2021 CMEA/ACME Kenneth Bray Undergraduate Essay Competition
Congratulations to Clarinetist Andrew George on being the inaugural recipient of the new Fry Family Foundation Dean's Leadership Award in Education for Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Two-Eared Listening for Deeper Understanding: Restorative Justice in Newfoundland and Labrador is a gathering that seeks to emphasize the importance of community-led justice and Indigenization in Western governance.
Dr. Rhonday Joy, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs in the Faculty of Education, encourages graduates to "be proud, and to celebrate the worls around us"
Memorial's Faculty of Education is kicking off Teacher Tales on Tuesday on Tuesday, September 28 at 8p.m.! A new storytelling series designed to share the stories and memories of the faculty's past, present, and future educators.
Dialogue Series Session #3 - A Talk with Andy Hargreaves - School Improvement and Student Engagement
Memorial's Faculty of Education and the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers' Association are proud to announce the continuation of Let's Discuss - A New Dialogue Series on Educational Matters! The series was started in 2020 and explores a variety of topics as they relate to all things education.
We, at the Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, grieve with those impacted by the recent and on-going identification of unmarked graves of First Nation children at residential schools in Canada.
Memorial University’s Faculty of Education is accepting applications from now until Sept. 15 to its master of education (reading development and instruction) degree program.
Dialogue Series Session #2 - Why Should We Care about Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)? Creating Healthy Schools and Communities
Memorial's Faculty of Education and the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association are proud to present Let's Discuss - A New Dialogue Series on Educational Matters! The series will take place throughout the year and will explore a variety of topics as they relate to all things education. The second instalment of the series is entitled Why Should We Care about Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)? Creating Healthy Schools and Communities. The virtual session is taking place Wednesday, February 24, 2021 @ 7 p.m.
A panel of educators will talk about the nature and importance of SEL; how SEL competencies can be taught, modeled, and practiced, resulting in positive outcomes for children, youth, and adults; and the role that SEL plays in the creation of healthy schools and communities. Participants will have opportunities to share their perspectives and experiences and to pose questions to the panelists.
It's Education Week! (January 17-23, 2021)
The Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers' Association (NLTA) designates a week each year to celebrating education and the importance of learning. The theme for 2021 reflects the current circumstances of all our students and educators and asks participants to focus on the 3Rs: Renew. Refresh. Reconnect.
Memorial's Faculty of Education and the Newfoundland and Labrador Teacher's Association are proud to present Let's Discuss - A New Dialogue Series on Educational Matters! The series will take place throughout the year and will explore a variety of topics as they relate to all things education.
ACDE’s statement on the importance of teachers and teacher education in the post-COVID reality signals new education priorities and where investments in teacher education, teachers, and research are needed as a recovery strategy.
Congratulations to Faculty of Education doctoral student, Ling Li, on passing her Oral Defense! And congratulations to her supervisor, Dr. Antoinette Doyle, and her supervisory committee members, Dr. Jing Zhang, Dr. Leslie Redmond, and Dr. Jackie Hesson.
Congratulations to Faculty of Education doctoral student, Sonja Knutson, for passing her Oral Defense with Distinction! And congratulations to her supervisor, Dr. Cecile Badenhorst, and her supervisory committee members, Dr. John Hoben, and Dr. Christine Arnold.
The Faculty of Education is taking steps to mitigate the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the educational experiences of our students as much as possible.
Thank you for your patience and support as we continue to work together to transition our operations while maintaining our commitment to our prospective students. We are actively working to continue the processing of all 2020 applications for admission into the Faculty of Education. While we have experienced delays, we do anticipate applicants will be notified of admission decisions in the coming weeks.
Thank you for your patience and support as we continue to work together to transition our operations while maintaining our commitment to our prospective students. We are actively working to continue the processing of all 2020 applications for Admission into the Faculty of Education. While we have experienced delays, we do anticipate applicants will be notified of admission decisions for the Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with a Diploma in Technology Education program within the next 7 business days.
The dean of the Faculty of Education and the president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers' Association invite education students eligible to graduate at the Spring 2020 Convocation to attend the Ceremony of Induction into the Teaching Profession.
Interested in an undergraduate program in Education?
Memorial signs 10-year agreement with Nunavut Arctic College
Dr. Anne Burke's international team receives funding for research on multiple storytelling pedagogies.
Glenn Roy Blundon Centre Award given to faculty
Advancing Inclusive Classrooms Dr. Kimberly Maich ’93, Redeemer’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, is making an impact on special education and the experiences of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Faculty Receives Three Awards
2019 Dr. Patricia Canning Memorial Lecture
Health Inequality in Children and Youth and the Wealth of Nations
Thursday, October 24th, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., IIC2001, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Two students win CMAE national essay cometition.
Congratulations Haley Toll. You did it again!
Hebron Teaching Fellowships in Ocean Sciences and Technology Fostering Innovation in Ocean-STEM Teacher Education Applications - deadline extended to July 31st!
Dr. Karen Goodnough to lead Memorial's Faculty of Education
MUN grads make history as 1st graduates in B'Ed supporting Inuit focus and language
Beth Maddigan - 2019 APLA Merit Award Winner
Faculty of Education - May 31, 2019
Makerspaces for Young Learners: Exploring Digital Technologies through STEAM Education
Students, faculty and staff in Faculty of Education Celebrate Education Week 2019
The fourth annual Faculty of Education Dean’s Awards Presented to Faculty and Staff
Dr. Heather McLeod is the recipient of the Presidents Award for Outstanding Teaching (Faculty) for 2018
Dr. Heather McLeod, an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Education, is the recipient of the President’s Award for Outstanding Teaching (Faculty) for 2018
Dr. Elizabeth Yeoman receives Presidents Award for Outstanding Graduate & Post-graduate Supervision 2018
Advising students to help them succeed is a passion for Dr. Yeoman, who believes success comes from doing what you love.
Research in the areas of cultural studies, critical literacies, and critical pedagogy recognized
Presidents Office honours exceptional faculty with three Awards for Faculty of Education
Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program to Support Projects in Africa
In fall 2018, 14 pre-service teachers from the Faculty of Education at Memorial University will participate in a program for pre-service teachers called the Hibernia Teaching Fellowships in Ocean Sciences and Technology.
Field Notes Series
The Faculty of Education Dean's Awards recognize and honour excellence in teaching, research, engagement and service.
Deadline to register is October 12th.
Join us in celebrating the work of Ursula Kelly and Meghan Forsyth as they launch “The Music of Our Burnished Axes: Songs and Stories of the Woods Workers of Newfoundland and Labrador” alongside the travelling exhibit “Songs and Stories of ‘The Forgotten Service'”
Featuring keynote speaker Dr. William Buskist, Distinguished Professor Emeritus in university teaching from Auburn University.
The Faculty of Education has launched its new and improved website! The website displays a new look with improved navigation and features.
PODIUM on the EDGE: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea
In 2018, The Singing Network and Memorial University will host PODIUM on the EDGE: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea | PODIUM à l’extrémité: Chantons d’un océan à l’autre (June 30 – July 3, 2018). PODIUM 2018 will be the first time Podium has been held in Newfoundland and Labrador.