- Academic Calendar (regulations & policies, course descriptions)
- Sessional Dates (program schedule and format)
- Year at a Glance
- Fall Schedule of Classes
- Winter Schedule of Classes
- School of Graduate Studies Calendar (regulations & policies, course descriptions)
- Graduate Studies Handbook
- 2013-14 Sessional Dates
- 2013-14 Fall/Winter Timetable
- 2014 Summer Timetable
- 2013-14 Info Sessions
The Faculty of Education adopted a System of Grading and Appeals for courses starting on or after 01 May 2013. The policy applies to courses offered in the pre-service (Bachelor of Education and Diploma in Education) and in-service (Continuing Teacher Education) programs. Questions regarding the policy should be directed to the appropriate office: Education Registrar's Office or Continuing Teacher Education. The new system does not apply to courses prior to May 2011. For prior courses please see the appropriate archived Academic Calendar.
You must long on via your My.QueensU/SOLUS portal to enter your grades in the PeopleSoft Faculty Center.
Off-Campus Access to PeopleSoft
As part of its new security requirements, the University has implemented the Virtual Private Network (VPN) Service. Faculty must log on the VPN before they can enter grades from an off-campus location. http://www.queensu.ca/quasr/training/tutorials/vpn.html
***If you do not have access/security to the PeopleSoft Faculty Center for grading, please fill out this webform in order to implement the required access.***
Key Dates for 2013/14
Fall 2013 Term
Last day of Fall Session – 20 December 2013
Final Grades Due – 13 January 2014
Winter 2014 Term
Last day of Winter Session - 30 April 2014
Final Grades Due – 15 May 2014
Information for Instructors
- Final grades are due within 10 working days of the last day of the session.
- For all full year (AB) courses, Instructors will not submit Fall (A) term grades. A grade of Not Graded (NG) will automatically show on the student record. The instructor will need to submit a final grade at the end of the Winter (B) term.
- When entering grades, please enter letter grades (A+,A,B,C,D,IN,F) NOT the numerical equivalent. Please note that BED and DED programs ONLY use A+. All other pluses (+) or minuses (-) are not permitted.
- An incomplete (IN) grade submitted will convert to a Fail (F) at the end of the subsequent academic term (120 days). All IN grades must be accompanied with an Incomplete Grade Statement form by the deadline.
- Grade Deferred (GD) grades are only available to use upon approval from Education Registrar.
- Guide to PeopleSoft Grade Entry
Change of Grades After Grade Roster Approved:
- Please use the Change of Grade form to submit new grade. If you wish to send this by email, please send it to email@example.com.
If you need any assistance with your grades, please contact the Education Registrar's Office, A112 Duncan McArthur Hall, 613-533-6205, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date and Time of Faculty Board Meetings
Items for the Agendas should be sent (in copy/ready form and electronically) to Bonnie Knox. If you are making a report that you would like included in the Minutes please forward these to the Secretary in advance or following the meeting. Meetings will be held in the Vernon Ready Room. Please feel free to bring your lunch for lunch-hour meetings.
- No meeting scheduled for December
- Wednesday, January 8, 2014, 1:00 p.m. (Agenda items due Wednesday, January 2, 2014, 3:30 p.m.)
- Wednesday, February 19, 2014, 1:00 p.m. (Agenda items due Wednesday, February 12, 2014, 3:30 p.m.)
- No meeting scheduled for March
- Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 1:00 p.m. (Agenda items due Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 3:30 p.m.)
- Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 1:00 p.m. (Agenda items due Thursday, May 7, 2014, 3:30 p.m.) - This meeting will include discussion of the Spring BEd/DipEd Degree list
- Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 1:00 p.m. (Agenda items due Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 3:30 p.m.)
- October 16, 2013
- June 12, 2013
- May 22, 2013
- April 17, 2013
- February 20, 2013
- November 14, 2012
- October 17, 2012
- June 8, 2012
- May 17, 2012
- February 17, 2012
- January 13, 2012
- November 11, 2011
- October 7, 2011
BEd/DipEd Programs, Admissions, and Awards
- Chair - J. Pyper (2014)
- R. Reeve (2016)
- A. Solar (2016)
- D. Klinger (2014)
- Staff Member - J. Lee (2014)
- Registrar (ex officio)
- Dean and Coordinators (ex officio)
- J. McDuff - PJ
- A. Wilkinson - IS
- E. Deir - PROF 190
- T. Russell - PROF 191
- A. Martin - Electives
- Practicum Manager
- ESS - C. Lockwood
- CESA - D. Wiercigroch
Graduate Studies and Research
- Chair - Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research (ex officio)
- L. Cheng (2014)
- S. Burney (2016)
- B. Bolden (2016)
- C. DeLuca (2016)
- Staff Member - M. Sayers (2014)
- Dean (ex officio)
Renewal, Tenure/Continuing Appointment and Promotion
- Chair - L. Shulha (2014)
- R. Bruno-Jofré (2014)
- T. Christou (2014)
- L. Wade-Woolley (2014)
- EGSS - CJ. Dalton (2014)
Term Adjuncts Appointments
- Chair - Dean (ex officio)
- E. Deir (2014)
- J. McDuff (2014)
- V. Archibald (2014)
Good and Welfare
- Chair - V. Archibald (2016)
- J. Freeman (2016)
- A. Martin (2016)
- B. Reed (2016)
- Staff Member - P. Watt (2014)
- Dean (ex officio)
- L. Cheng (Sept-Jan)
- A. Martin (2014)
- Staff Member - B. Knox (2014)
- Dean (ex officio)
- Registrar (ex officio)
- C. Laverty (2014)
- B. Kutsyuruba (2014)
- E. Lee (2014)
- Staff Member - P. Brown (2014)
- Faculty Resource Manager (ex officio)
- Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research (ex officio)
- Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies (ex officio)
- Registrar (ex officio)
- Dean (ex officio)
- ESS - R. Dhanoa
- C. Christie (2016)
- L. Cheng (until January 2014, then S. Burney)
- L. Colgan (2015)
- V. Arnold (2016)
- P. Brown (2016)
- M. Sayers (2016)
- MEd - S. Cousins
- C. Lockwood
- R. Dhanoa
- Duncan McArthur Hall map
- Queen's Campus map
- Google map (directions to McArthur Hall)
- Access to the Building
- Room and Equipment Reservations
- Mail and Courier
- Office Setup and Moves
- Safety & Security
- Faculty of Education Fire Plan
- Duncan McArthur Hall Signage Policy
- Duncan McArthur Hall Parking
- Duncan McArthur Hall Campus Accessibility Guide
- Aboriginal Teacher Education Office and Resource Centre
- The Education Library
- The Teacher Resource Centre
- Campus Bookstore
- Queen's Catering (catertrax)
- Off Campus Caterer Application Form
- Jean Royce Dining Hall
- Queen's Events Calendar
- Queen's Printing Services (business cards etc)
- Queen's Websites A-Z
McArthur Hall main entrance is unlocked according to class schedules and the Education Library and Teacher Resource Centre operating hours. All exterior doors except the main entrance by the Education Career Services Office are locked at 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.
The elevator operates between 7:30 am – 9:30 pm Monday to Thursday; 7:30 am - 4:30 pm Fridays. Weekend operation is by access card only.
Interior access to Jean Royce Hall (Cafeteria) ends at 7:30 PM weekdays and 4:30 PM on Friday (when cafeteria is open). There is no interior access on weekends or most of the summer.
You will be issued a key to your office, a classroom key (faculty members) and an Access Card to allow after-hours access to the building and elevator.
After-hours access to the building, stairwells, and elevator is available by using your Access Card which is programmed to allow access to the areas you will need. Access Card readers are located at the main front entrance doors, the east Courtyard doors (near Registrar’s Office- restricted to those with access to the Administration Wing), and the west Courtyard doors (near Technological Education).
The Administration Wing (Offices A101b – A119) is locked from 4:30 PM to 8:00 AM and on weekends. Access Card access is restricted to those with offices in this area.
To arrange extended public access to the building for special events or if you need additional access to other secure facilities contact Brian Zufelt.
Equipment [classroom computer sets (portable lab], Student Response System “clickers”, SMART boards, data projectors, laptop computers, digital cameras etc), computer labs/technical support (B217, B307), the eHub and eHub Conference Room, and ordering equipment and software are booked through e-Services Reservations.
The MSTE Room, A216, is a small meeting room on second floor that is booked through Bonnie Knox.
The Music Room, B219, is often used for small recitals and events as well as “Notes at Noon” featuring Faculty vocal and musical artists. It is booked through the Education Registrar’s Office.
The Studio, B142-144 on the corridor west of the gymnasium, is the site of events and shows and can seat 50 for workshops, presentations, etc. To book contact Angela Solar.
The Staff/Faculty Lounge, A114, is available for use by staff and faculty members. It has a fridge, microwaves, kettle and toaster. A number of Faculty social events are held here (soup lunches, wedding/baby showers, etc.).
Student Street, the tiled open area outside the auditorium, is used for events, displays, student use, meetings etc. It can be booked through Angie Recoskie.
The Paul Park Garden is the courtyard between A and B wings of Duncan McArthur Hall and is available for general use.
The Vernon Ready Room (VRR), A115, is a large board room located in A-wing that is used for Faculty Board and other Faculty meetings, graduate student defenses, etc. It is booked through Wendy Gratto, Erin Wicklam or Jamie Kincaid.
The Akwe:kon Room (A243) offers full video conference capabilities for small groups or a class. Arrangements are made through Trish Deir in e-Services.
The Mezzanine Classroom, B245H (30-35 people), which has a SMART Board, and Conference Room, B245B (8 people), which has teleconference and video conference systems, are available for meetings and events. There is a full kitchen adjacent to the classroom. You can book these rooms using your Outlook calendar: click on "New Meeting" at the top left-hand corner, click on "Rooms" on the right-hand side beside the location field and select either the classroom or conference room, fill in all relevant information and hit "send". You will receive an email showing that you have a tentative booking, the request will be forwarded to CTE for approval ;and then you will receive an email confirming your booking.
Mail is delivered to and picked up from faculty and staff member and other offices once each morning. Both internal and external mail can be handled, but external mail must have the correct postage or an account code on it. Courier shipments are sent and received through the Faculty’s Mail Room in B150 (closed 12-1 pm). The Registrar’s Office gets a second pickup in the late afternoon.
- To obtain keys, a dolly or cart for moving equipment, and to arrange for the transfer of your phone line, contact Brian Zufelt
- To ensure that your computer/email is set up, and that your information is updated in the Faculty and Queen's directories, contact Trish Deir
Emergency phones provide a direct link to the Queen’s Emergency Report Centre. Emergency phones are located throughout McArthur Hall in the following locations: 3rd floor by A339 and A301; 2nd floor by A227 and A240; and 1st floor Student Street by Auditorium B101.
Assistance phones help in a more direct manner than ordinary telephones. No coins are needed; just lift the receiver and the Assistance Phone offers direct lines to: Campus Security Emergency Report Centre; Walkhome Service; taxi service (one specific company); and the Kingston Access Bus. The Assistance Phone is located in Student Street opposite the Auditorium.
Pay phones can be used free of charge to contact Campus Security. Just lift the receiver, press the button labeled "Campus Security”, and you will be connected to the Queen’s Emergency Report Centre. As well, all pay phones can dial the Emergency Report Centre (533-6111) free of charge.
Defibrillator & First Aid Kit
The defibrillator is located in Student Street outside the B133 door to the Gym across from the Education Library (under Gymnasium/Women’s Washroom sign)
First Aid & First Aid Kit – Jessica Della-Latta - 77295
Campus Safe Walk Program
Campus Security provides escorted walks from one point on campus to another for staff, faculty and students when the Walk Home service is off duty. This service is provided at any time day or night, all year round. Anyone who wishes to be escorted may phone Security at 613-533-6080 and request an escort. Security staff will be sent to meet you and will escort you to your destination.
Emergency Response Procedures
The Queen’s University Emergency Response Procedures can be found on the following website: http://www.queensu.ca/security/emergency.html
In the event that the Queen’s Emergency Management Plan is activated, regular updated information will be available at 613-533-3333. Information will also be posted throughout Duncan McArthur Hall and on our website.
For information about building operations and maintenance, repairs, security concerns, mail room, moving furniture, etc., contact Brian Zufelt, Facility Supervisor & Safety Officer, ~ B163, Ext. 36211, Office hours 7:30 – 3:30
Preparedness and Prevention
Familiarize yourself with the location and use of fire alarm stations, fire extinguishers, primary and secondary fire exits in your area. In the event that the fire alarm system will be out of service for maintenance, all occupants will be notified.
Monthly fire alarm tests are scheduled for the last Monday of each month. During this particular test of the system, the bells will ring for about a minute. Notices will be posted throughout the facility informing building occupants of scheduled tests.
When the Fire Alarm Sounds
All occupants must evacuate building by nearest safe exit at all times when the fire alarm sounds. Leave office or classroom in an orderly fashion, closing doors as you leave.
Do Not Use Elevator.
If exiting the building by north exits, meet at the covered north walkway, away from the building. If exiting the building by south exits, meet at the south patio by the main entrance, away from the building.
Do not re-enter the building until authorized to do so by the Kingston Fire Department (or Campus Security or Environmental Health & Safety personnel). During a fire alarm (other than monthly fire alarm test) the facility is under the jurisdiction of the Kingston Fire Department.
In Case of Fire
- Notify others in the immediate area that there is a FIRE.
- Vacate the fire area and close doors.
- Activate the nearest wall mounted Fire Alarm Station.
- Do not attempt to extinguish the fire if you cannot do it safely.
- Assist people with disabilities to a safe location.
- Evacuate building.
With the approval of the Communications Coordinator, signs, posters and notices may be posted on bulletin boards in the building. Signs posted on doors, glass and surfaces other than bulletin boards will be removed.
To obtain a permit to park in the paved lots (upper and lower) immediately north of the building ($54.80/month), contact Parking at ext. 74598. Parking permits for West Campus are not valid for Main Campus.
The unpaved parking lots north of the building (beside the tennis courts) have reduced rates at $43.22/month.
A Main Campus parking permit is available in the Education Career Services Office for faculty/staff occasional use for meetings, etc.
The parking lot south (lake side) of Duncan McArthur Hall is for paid (metered) parking.
All faculty and staff are issued an ID card by Human Resources which is used as a library card and for selected merchant discounts downtown (photo ID cards are now also available). The card is issued when you meet with HR to discuss benefits.
- Queen's Unions and Associations
- Great-West Life Online Services
- Faculty Recruitment and Support Program (for prospective & newly appointed faculty members)
- Human Resources Total Compensation (Benefits, Compensation, Payroll, Pensions)
- Human Resources PeopleSoft
- Human Resources Policies
Submit receipts with the appropriate Financial Services form to Faculty Finance Office, A103b. If you have questions, contact Missy Dash, ext 36204.
- Financial Services Forms
- Financial Services Cheque Requisition Form
- Financial Services Travel Expense/Advance Form
- Financial Services Account IDs
Each faculty member shares the services of an administrative assistant with other members. Assistance is provided for ordering supplies, handling mail, classroom assignments, submitting expense claims, etc.
The logins to My.Queensu/SOLUS, Outlook Web App (Email and Calendar), and Desire to Learn (D2L) are also in the top right hand corner of this website.
Help & e-Services
- NetID Manager for Faculty & Staff
- Wireless & Wired Networks
- Computer, iPads & Accessories Sales
- Lab, Equipment and Technical Support Reservations
- DVD Burning & Video Editing
- Video & Telephone Conferencing
- Supported Software (OSAPAC)
- Queen's IT Services (NetID & Password, portal, email)
- Office of the University Registrar (SOLUS)
- Phone and Email Directory (a link is also in the footer on this website)
- Queen's Directory (the Pages and People Search engine is in the top right hand corner of this website)
Please use your official Queen's email for all correspondence with students, faculty and staff.
If you are not receiving emails from the EDNEWS-L listserv by September, please contact Trish Deir.
Please contact Angie Recoskie, the Event Coordinator (Room A125, 613-533-6000 ext. 75408) for:
- booking classroom space, the auditorium and Student Street for meetings & events unrelated to courses
- to review classroom bookings and the upcoming event schedule to maximize attendance at your next functions
- to assist with making arrangements for event set-up, a/v & building access
Please contact Vicky Arnold, the Communications Coordinator (Room A124, 613-533-6000 x 74305) for:
- assistance with communicating with the Faculty (news, event promotion, etc.)
- creating your profile and promoting your research on the website and social media
- questions about this website or the Faculty Facebook and Twitter accounts
- Faculty marketing materials such as the brochure, video, folders, research packages, etc.
- media relations services and interview training
- Photo Consent Form, Parental Photo Consent Form and other info for our Photo Contests
Templates & Visual Identity
- Faculty of Education Logo - Blue (Queen's Visual Identity Standards apply)
- Faculty of Education Logo - White (Queen's Visual Identity Standards apply)
- Faculty of Education Fax
- Faculty of Education Memo
- Faculty of Education Letterhead
- Queen's PowerPoint Template 1
- Queen's PowerPoint Template 2
- Queen's Visual Identity (Guide, Logo, Graphics, Templates)
Commonly Used Acronyms
Artist in Community Education Program
Alma Mater Society
Aboriginal Teacher Education Program Track
Concurrent Education Student Society
Continuing Teacher Education
Canadian Teachers' Federation
Desire to Learn - Learning Management System
Diploma in Education
Disability Services Office
Educational Studies Course
Education Registrar's Office
Queen's Education Student Society
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario
Program Focus Course
Foundational Studies Course
Ministry of Education
Ontario College of Teachers
Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association
Outdoor and Experiential Education Program Track
Ontario Student Assistance Program
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
Professional Studies Course
Concepts of Teaching and Learning PJ Requirement (except ACE)
Concepts of Teaching and Learning IS Requirement (except ACE)
School and Classroom Leadership: In Pursuit of School Effectiveness
School Law and Policy PJ Requirement
School Law and Policy IS Requirement
Theory and Professional Practice PJ Requirement
Theory and Professional Practice IS Requirement
Qualifications Evaluation Council of Ontario
Society of Graduate & Professional Students
Student On Line University System - Online Student Centre
Teacher's Overseas Recruiting Fair
We look forward to an exciting and challenging year of teaching and learning with the B.Ed./Dip.Ed. candidates in PROF 190/191 Theory and Professional Practice. Each section provides candidates with a "home base" and peer group, an anchor for their professional and personal learning. The course helps candidates to consolidate and critically examine their professional knowledge emerging from practicum experience, professional dialogue,and study of professional literature. The course directly addresses the Ontario College of Teachers' Foundations of Practice for the Teaching Profession and sets the stage for ongoing professional learning.
- See the Ontario College of Teachers Foundations of Practice for the Teaching Profession document for detailed information about the Standards.
PROF 190/191 is paired with the Practicum. The role of the Faculty Liaison is to integrate practicum supervision with classroom activities and reflections during the on-campus weeks in both terms. The course provides teacher candidates with tools and strategies to analyze, interpret, and modify their own teaching practices and understandings, relying on their own experiences and on advice from teachers of on-campus courses in the Faculty of Education (curriculum, foundations, educational studies); associate teachers; peers; and appropriate educational literature.
An on-line Faculty Liaison assessment is completed in March after the third practicum component. You will be sent an email in January with a unique password to access your list of PROF 190/191 candidates for whom you will verify completion of the practicum components. No comments are necessary on the assessment list unless a mark of Incomplete or Fail is issued.
Information for Advisors and Supervisors is included the Graduate Studies Handbook. Additional information is included on the School of Graduate Studies website under For Faculty and Staff. Additional useful links:
- Sessional Dates
- Graduate Calendar
- Guide to Graduate Supervision
- Guiding Students Through Their Degree
- Exchanges and Visiting Students
- Recognizing Students in Distress
- Degree Completion
- Degree List Deadlines
- Academic Integrity
- Copyright Policy at Queen's University
Access to Student & Applicant Records
The Graduate Studies and Research Office abides by “The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act” (FIPPA). Within the University, faculty and staff members are given access to information contained in student records on a NEED TO KNOW basis only, that is, if they require the information in order to perform their official duties.
Access to Applicant Records
Applicant records in their entirety are normally only available to staff of the Graduate Studies and Research Office, the Faculty's Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, the Admissions sub-committees, and the School of Graduate Studies. Applicant records, minus sensitive personal information, may also be made available to graduate faculty if necessary to aid in the admissions process.
If an applicant names a faculty member(s) as a potential advisor in their application,the applicant is considered to have given consent for the person(s) to have access to their applicant records for the purpose of admission and to help the faculty member decide whether or not he/she wishes to act as a supervisor/advisor.
Under no condition should applicant records be removed from the Graduate Studies and Research Office.
Access to Student Records
Student records maintained in the Graduate Studies and Research Office are normally only available in their entirety to Graduate Studies and Research Office staff, the Faculty’s Graduate Studies and Research Associate Dean, and the School of Graduate Studies. The program advisor/supervisor is authorized to see their advisees’ student records.
Conducting Master's and Doctoral Oral Thesis Examinations - Absence of Examiners
The School of Graduate Studies has provided a document to provide guidance for graduate departments and programs at Queen’s University when faced with an unexpected and last-minute illness by a faculty member scheduled to attend a Master ’ s or Doctoral Oral Thesis Examination. Please see Conducting Master’s and Doctorate Oral Thesis Examinations – Absence of Examiners.
Release of Information
If a faculty member wants to view applicant/student records and they are not acting in the roles defined above, the student or applicant must complete and submit a “Release of Information Authorization” form available in the Graduate Studies and Research Office, where they can indicate if they wish to release their complete student/applicant file to the named faculty member or only parts of it, and for what reason. Under no condition should student records be removed from the Graduate Studies and Research Office.
If you require additional information, please contact the Graduate Studies Office.
Graduate Supervision Units (GSU’s)
A Graduate Supervision Unit (GSU) is defined as the points earned for the successful supervision of (a) an Individual Study, (b) MEd Project,(c) MEd Thesis, and (d) a PhD dissertation.
GSU’s are given the following points:
- successful completion of an Independent Study earns 1.0
- successful completion of a MEd Project earns 2.0
- successful completion of a MEd Thesis earns 4.0 (suggested distribution: MEd Thesis Supervisor = 3.5, MEd Thesis Supervisory Committee Member = 0.5)
- successful completion of a PhD Dissertation earns 8.0 (suggested distribution: PhD Dissertation Supervisor = 6.0, PhD Dissertation Supervisory Committee Member = 1.0)
When a member accumulates 12 GSU points they are eligible for a 0.5 workload credit or equivalent as per the Standard of Workload Policy, June 2011.
Graduate Studies Timetables
Guidelines have been created by the School of Graduate Studies related to vacation for Queen’s graduate students, as the result of a request by the Society of Graduate and Professional Students and an examination of how the issue of vacation forgraduate students is dealt with by other Canadian universities, particularly those with a similar level of research intensity as Queen’s. For further information see the Vacation Guidelines document.
The Elliott Travel Fellowships will be awarded to Queen’s Education faculty members for research outside Canada in the field of teacher education or related fields. Awards may also be made to faculty members from outside Canada to enable them to come to Queen’s Faculty of Education to work with Queen’s Education faculty members and students in the field of teacher education or related fields.
These travel fellowships are available because of generous bequests to the Faculty of Education from Charles Martyn Elliott and Kathleen Meed Elliott, from Z.R. Upitis, and from Dr. Pervez (Perry) Bamji and Mrs. Annamaria Bamji.
Faculty members are all those on continuing appointments, including continuing and renewable adjunct faculty.
In order to be consistent with other Queen’s travel awards faculty members are not eligible to apply for support in consecutive years for themselves or for faculty members outside of Canada.
Proposal and Budget
Preference will be provided to studies with small budgets and potentially high impact. Maximum award per member/per year is $5,000.00.
Awards may be used for travel expenses, living expenses, academic fees (payable both to Queen’s University and other institutions) and other expenses necessary to carry out the program of study.
Normally, conference attendance is not considered study abroad unless the conference is part of a larger program of study abroad.
Application Procedures and Deadlines
A specific study and budget must be proposed, and submitted with an application form. The application form will be available once a call for applications has been made.
Please refer to the Terms of Reference for additional guidelines surrounding the proposal and budget.
Applications must be submitted by April 2014 (date to be determined) to:
Elliott/Upitis/Bamji Travel Fellowship Advisory Committee
c/o Erin Wicklam in A101C, Duncan McArthur Hall
Faculty of Education, Queen’s University
How and When Awards Are Announced
The advisory committee will assess the applications and, subsequent to approval from the Dean of Education, a letter will be sent to individual applicants by May 01, 2014.
Report or Presentation to be Completed
Following the completion of the study, recipients of an award have one of two options to outline the results of their research abroad:
- A written report for the Dean of Education, summarizing the project/learning/work, c/o Erin Wicklam(A101). The report is due one month after completion of the project, and can be in any form the recipient deems most useful for communicating the results to the Faculty of Education community.
- Provide a 3-5 minute summary of the project/learning/work as part of a subsequent Faculty Board meeting, within the category “Miscellaneous Oral Reports”, to be included within the Faculty Board Minutes. Faculty members would not have to do any further written report except for their budget items.
Any public form of communication or report must maintain the anonymity of people. Thus, in the final report or presentation, real names of people must not be disclosed, and information that reveals the identities of specific persons must not be used.
The Johnny Biosphere Environmental Education Fund was established in March 2008 by the family of Dr. John Vallentyne, who was a Queen's University professor, prominent research scientist, and lifelong environmental activist. In his persona of Johnny Biosphere, Dr Vallentyne appeared before thousands of school children, teachers and environmental groups all over the world. His message was simple and direct: What we do affects the Earth; what the Earth does affects us. The Johnny Biosphere Environmental Education Fund has been established in his memory to promote environmental awareness among children.
You are invited to apply for the Johnny Biosphere Environmental Education Fund to support an environmental education project of your own initiative.
- The money must be used to support a project directed at promoting environmental awareness among children/youth in Ontario.
- Projects may be interdisciplinary in nature (e.g. combine the arts with sciences) and may be organized by more than one individual
- The fund is open to Queen's University teacher candidates, graduate students and Education Faculty.
- Projects must be completed by April of the current school year.
- Maximum funding in any year will be $2000. Applications may be made for any amount up to this figure.
- Applications made for funding must be limited to two pages and include the following components:
- Applicant(s) name and contact information, including postal address
- Project description including target audience (number of students who will be involved in the initiative(s)
- Rationale describing how your project will promote environmental awareness
- Anticipated benefits (please specify the value of the intended outcomes and who will receive them)
- Budget for use of funding (i.e. materials, equipment—please include actual list of needed supplies, quantities of items, and the price per unit)
- Initiation and completion dates (you may want to consider factors such as time to develop the project and weather limitations, especially for planting etc)
- Documentation of the project must be submitted upon its completion. The documentation should include any receipts for reimbursement, as well as a written report that may be made available to the donors. The report should be 1-2 pages and can include photos or artifacts.
The deadline for applications this year is November 22nd 2013, 4:00 pm. Applications should be sent to email@example.com. Successful applicants will be notified by December 6th, 2013.
If you can't find what you're looking for, or have suggestions for improvements to this page, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.