The II European Conference on Curriculum Studies (ECCS 2015) will take place at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Porto, Portugal on October 16-17, 2015.
Aug 31 2015
Project of Heart: Illuminating the hidden history of Indian Residential Schools in BC. This publication is dedicated to the more than 150,000 Aboriginal children across Canada who endured the Indian Residential School system, and to the memory of at least 6,000 children who perished in it. Project of Heart’s goals are to honour the survivors and their families, and to help educate Canadians about the atrocious history and ongoing legacy of residential schools. Only when we understand our shared history can we move forward together in a spirit of reconciliation.
This eBook is intended to be an interactive resource leading educators from the story to the ‘back story’ utilizing links on each page to offer related resources. Continue reading
Jul 31 2015
Book Series by Information Age Publishing
Current Perspectives on Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and Education
Hongyu Wang (Oklahoma State University-Tulsa)
Jing Lin (University of Maryland)
Heesoon Bai (Simon Fraser University)
Xin Li (California State University-Long Beach)
Jul 03 2015
The latest issue of the Canadian Journal of Education is now available at http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce. For more information on the authors and their research, please visit their Facebook page by clicking here.
Le plus récent numéro de la Revue canadienne de l’éducation vient d’être publié à l’adresse suivante : http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce. Pour en savoir plus sur les auteurs et leurs recherches, veuillez consulter notre page Facebook ( cliquez ici ). Continue reading
Jun 14 2015
Since 2010, teacher candidates from the Developing a Global Perspective for Educators (DGPE) cohort in the Teacher Education program have had the unique opportunity to work with students from an Algonquin First Nations community.
The Kitigan Zibi Kikinamadinan school in Maniwaki, Quebec, was founded to meet the community’s need to educate its youth in a way that honoured Kitigan Zibi’s rich Algonquin culture and heritage. Continue reading