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Con-Ed works with KLF&A on contest to curb young adult smoking

Con-Ed works with KLF&A on contest to curb young adult smoking

December 15, 2017 

Fourth year Con-Ed Student Joseph Lee is working with Kingston Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Public Health on a contest to curb smoking in young adults. The campaign is called WouldURather and is part of Ontario's Leave the Pack Behind Program. You can find out more on the Whig Standard

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Community-based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program expands to full-time model

Community-based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program expands to full-time model

December 14, 2017 

The Faculty of Education is now offering its community-based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (ATEP) on a new full-time model that will provide teacher candidates with greater skills and knowledge to teach in the primary-junior level at First Nations or Ontario provincial schools, as well as the opportunity to obtain a transitional certificate.

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Two Faculty members inaugural members of the University Council on Anti-Racism and Equity

Two Faculty members inaugural members of the University Council on Anti-Racism and Equity 

December 14, 2017 

Dr. Alana Butler and Dr. Liying Cheng are two of the inaugural members of the University Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (UCARE). The Council was a key recommendation of the Principal's Implementation Committee on Racism, Diversity, and Inclusion (PICRDI) final report. The group will begin meeting in the new year. 

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''They asked me to teach English, so I did'': The construction of teacher professional identity of zhuangang elementary EFL teachers in China

''They asked me to teach English, so I did'': The construction of teacher professional identity of zhuangang elementary EFL teachers in China

December 14, 2017 
10 - 11 am 
Vernon Ready Room 

Teacher Candidate Yaara Docrat arranges special concert during Practicum Placement

Teacher Candidate Yaara Docrat (Con.Ed.'18) went above and beyond during her recent practicum and arranged for students at J.G. Simcoe Public School to receive an up close and personal performance and music lesson with Canadian band Busty and the Bass. The nine-member band performed for all of the students at the school, followed by small group music lessons with Grade 7-8 students in the music class. Find out more about this great story from the Whig Standard

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