Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education
Subscribe to RSS - News

New! Online Post-Graduate Certificates for Teachers

New! Online Post-Graduate Certificates for Teachers

We are pleased to announce new Online Post-Graduate Certificates for Teachers in Ontario and British Columbia, offered through Queen's Continuing Teacher Education (CTE). These Post-Graduate Certificates allow us to support teachers' dedication to providing enriching and holistic learning opportunities for their students. The certificates consist of five online courses.

Tags: 

Remembering Tammy Chen

Remembering Tammy Chen 

August 14, 2017

We are deeply saddened to learn the news of Tammy Chen’s death on Sunday evening in Burkina Faso’s attack. Tammy was our M.Ed. student at the Faculty of Education from 2007 to 2010. We have fond memories of Tammy and her time with us.

Tags: 

Faculty of Education Offices Closed all afternoon on Friday, August 11

Faculty of Education Offices Closed on the Afternoon of Friday, August 11

The Faculty of Education’s offices will be closed starting at noon on Friday, August 11 in order for faculty and staff to attend the service for Dr. John Freeman. In the event of an emergency, please contact the Provost Office 613-533-2020 or by emailing provost@queensu.ca. Queen’s School of English classes will be running as scheduled.  

 

Tags: 

University remembers John Freeman

The Queen’s community is remembering John Freeman, a professor in the Faculty of Education, who died Tuesday, Aug. 1. He was 61.

Dr. Freeman was a vital part of the Faculty of Education for more than 20 years and was a dedicated teacher and mentor to many graduate students, a role he loved. Dr. Freeman was much beloved by the students he worked with, both for his dedication and his guidance, and he was often nominated for teaching and mentorship awards.

Tags: 

PhD Student Wei Yan on Grad Chat

Listen to PhD Student Wei Yan discuss his research

August 2, 2017 

On the latest episode of Grad Chat, listen to PhD student Wei Yan discuss his research that investigates the key determinants of Chinese students' academic success as indicated by their first semester GPA and credit hours earned in Korean universities with a focus on the relationship between language proficiency and students' academic success. 

Tags: 

Pages