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Professional Development & Community Engagement works with the UBC Faculty of Education to offer programs that respond to the learning needs of teachers.
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UBC PDCE 10h
Get started in early childcare as an ECE Assistant. Application deadline is today! |
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UBC PDCE 22h
Neuroscience suggests several methods to keep your students motivated: |
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UBC PDCE Oct 14
Envision how histories, worldviews and approaches to learning can be made part of the work we do in classrooms, organizations, communities, and our everyday experiences. Starting tomorrow! |
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UBC PDCE Oct 11
Mental health literacy is the foundation for mental health promotion, prevention and care.Take advantage of this classroom-ready, web-based, modular mental health curriculum resource:
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UBC PDCE Oct 10
Join our international community of learners and discover how the informed use of and can inspire learners and educators within and beyond classrooms, around the world. Apply by October 15! |
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UBC PDCE Oct 10
"Understanding different cultural behaviours begins with knowledge – an awareness of what motivates people to think the way they think and do what they do." via |
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UBC PDCE Oct 9
Before helping others, teachers need to improve their own Mental Health Literacy. Our free online helps educators . Register now! |
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UBC PDCE Oct 8
In this course, reconciliation emphasizes changing institutional structures, practices, and policies to create environments that are committed to strengthening our relationships with peoples. Register by October 15! |
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EdCan Network Oct 4
"If we believe it is our responsibility as educators to teach inclusively across all areas pertaining to human rights, including those related to sexual and gender diversity, then should this not be a professional competency?" -
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Wendy Carr Oct 8
Don't miss this amazing learning opportunity: Indigenous Teaching Intensive in North Van-Oct 18, 10-2, Seymour Longhouse of Sḵwx̱wú7mesh nation. Free for educators. (Transportation available).
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UBC PDCE Oct 7
On Mental Health Awareness Week, we are proud to share our two free, online curriculum resources, especially for educators: TEACH and LEARN Mental Health Literacy: .
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UBC PDCE Oct 4
There is a need for qualified Early Childhood Educators in BC. Our online Basic & Assistant Certificate programs will help you get the credentials required to work in early childhood settings in BC Apply now! |
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edutopia Oct 3
How can students have a hands-on learning experience about an ecosystem 500 miles away? All it takes is a special shoebox.
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UBC PDCE Oct 3
Engage with Indigenous knowledge keepers, educational leaders, and resources to enhance your understanding of practices that advance in the places where you live, learn, and work. Next online MOOC starts October 15! |
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UBC PDCE Oct 2
Are you a teacher of programs, or aspire to be? Join us for an upcoming info session to learn more about our online MEd in French. |
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UBC PDCE Oct 2
Are you a educator wanting to specialize in your field? Learn more about our MEd in Science Education at the upcoming info session. RSVP today! |
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UBC Dean of Education Oct 2
Please consider enrolling in this groundbreaking MOOC by Associate Dean of Indigenous Education, Dr. Jan Hare, already taken by tens of thousands around the world.
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UBC ECED Oct 2
Interested in becoming an Early Childhood Educator? New intake added! Apply by Oct 15 for a January start in our BC ECE Basic Certificate Program!
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DeltaSchoolDistrict Sep 30
. Students & staff are wearing orange today. We honour the stories and lives of those affected by the residential school system & the impact on past, current, and future generations of indigenous peoples in Canada.
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Wendy Carr Sep 29
We've just launched . Students, staff & faculty share why mental health matters to them: Stay tuned as responses are shared.
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