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Okanagan School of Education Oct 18
Join Drs. Alison Wylie and Andrew Martindale from as they discuss their research on "Responding to the Challenges of a Reflective Space in Research Partnerships." Presentation takes place on Oct. 24 from 3 to 4 p.m. in EME 4116.
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 18
. starts at 4:30 today in EME1123!
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Make A Future Oct 18
Happy Friday!! Did you know that Prince George School District 57 is hiring to fill 15 teaching positions? If you like the idea of working in a vibrant northern BC city, apply for full-time and part-time teaching jobs in PG. Learn more .
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UBC Okanagan Oct 18
Laura Wyllie ties her passions for art and education into a rewarding role as Curator of Learning and Engagement .
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 18
Interested in our Bachelor of Education program? We have tips to help you start your application! Learn more at
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 17
Did you know there are new printable resources for core competencies? Download them at
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 17
"What did you do in class today?" "We learned what a Googol is and experimented with toilet paper rolls." What curiosity questions do you have for toilet paper rolls?
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 17
Check out these resources shared by Prof. Douglas
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UBC SOE Okanagan Oct 17
Learn what its like to do experiments in high altitude as part of the Canadian Stratospheric Balloon Experiment Design Challenge. Join the team today from 5pm-7pm in EME2141 for a free presentation (and pizza).
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UBC Okanagan Oct 17
Andrew Clunas passed away half a century ago, but his constant championing of the importance of education has reached across the generations to benefit students in
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 16
teacher candidates "learn to teach and teach to learn!"
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 16
Have you heard of the i Dream Library? It's a public education project that helps to connect people with intersectional literature that supports childhood mental wellness. There's even a BC SOGI 123 Booklist. Learn more and find resources at
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 16
It's International ! Check out the resources at for more information!
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 16
Did you know as a student you can get a flu shot on campus? There will be Flu Clinics on Oct. 29, 30 and Nov. 7. Learn more:
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Dictionary.com Oct 16
It's . Here's how to use they/them/theirs respectfully.
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Barber School Oct 15
Attention all students! Plan your getaway with The Break Escape. You could win a $2,000 CAD travel voucher from Trip Merchant and alumni UBC, your future alumni association. Open to all current UBC students.
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Santa J. Ono Oct 15
Your voice matters! Voting is easier & quicker than you may think. Find out where and how to vote:
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UBC Dean of Education Oct 14
Proud of the work & are doing to transform language, practices, cultures to be more inclusive.
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 14
As an avid runner, one of Prof. Chris Martin's favourite quotes is "I just run. I run in a void. Or maybe I should put it the other way: I run in order to acquire a void" by Haruki Murakaml. He then shared with us his own take on running...
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Okanagan School of Education Oct 11
Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education starts on Oct. 15. The free 6-week online course will enhance your understanding & knowledge of practices that advance reconciliation. Register today:
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