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Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference Registration is now open! The conference this year is November 5-6 in Cleveland, Ohio and conference details are available at http://curriculumandpedagogy.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=ecea7a129ae0c2e8045e117ca&id=7f0e946856&e=c70930ed5a.
The Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference is an annual gathering of diverse individuals seeking academic enrichment and professional engagement, and who are committed to educational reform and social change. The conference opens spaces to advance the ideals of progressive curriculum and democratic leadership in education through dialogue and action. The conference organizers seek to bring together individuals from diverse settings, including academics, graduate students, school district administrators, PreK-12 teachers, and all other cultural and educational workers from community groups and organizations who hope to integrate, interrogate, and develop theories and practices for educational change and social justice.
This is a chance to meet like-minded people dedicated to democratic community building in an open and affirming environment. Register today at http://curriculumandpedagogy.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=ecea7a129ae0c2e8045e117ca&id=f98f0aac6c&e=c70930ed5a.
Our organization is run by those of us who attend this annual conference so there are many opportunities so support our work…
…. We are looking for proposals to host our conference for the next two years
…. We are looking for new members to sit on the Governing Council
See the conference webpage for links that provide more information:
Study: Differences in the location of study of university-educated immigrants
Further postsecondary education and labour market outcomes
University Tuition Fees
Featuring English and French workshops focused on:
➞ Professional Regulation
➞ Employers of Ontario Certified Teachers
➞ Acting in the Public Interest
Study: Which human capital characteristics best predict the earnings of economic immigrants?
Nous vous invitons à soumettre une proposition de communication ou d’atelier au plus tard le 13 novembre 2015. Toutes les informations concernant cet événement international auquel ont pris part plus de 1200 personnes l’an dernier sont disponibles sur: sommetipad.ca
Kristopher Wells, ‘94 BEd, ‘03 MEd, ‘11PhD, is one of Canada’s leading experts on sexual and gender minority youth. His work has received over 50 awards, including a SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship, Killam Doctoral Fellowship, and most recently the Alberta Teachers’ Association’s Public Education Award. In 2004, Wells co‐founded Camp fYrefly, which is Canada’s only national leadership retreat for sexual and gender minority youth. He also helped to create U of A Pride Week and the award‐winning NoHomophobes.com, which went viral all over the world. Wells also helped develop ground breaking resources on gay‐straight alliances, homophobic and transphobic bullying, and LGBTQ‐inclusive policies and legislation for school boards and governments across Canada. Currently, he serves as the book review editor for the International Journal of LGBT Youth and is a board member for REACH Edmonton, a centre for excellence focused on crime prevention and community safety.
The Alumni Association invites all community members to celebrate this outstanding alumnus’ accomplishments and those of 27 other award recipients at the 2015 Alumni Awards.
Date: Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015
Location: Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium (11455 87 Ave), Edmonton, Alberta
Time: 7 p.m. – Ceremony with reception to follow
Cost: Free, register for tickets at uab.ca/AlumniAwards
Dress: Business attire
The Alumni Horizon Award recognizes the outstanding achievements of University of Alberta alumni early in their careers.
For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 780-492-3224, toll free 1-800-661-2593 or email@example.com.