Faculty of Education

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  • Episode 17 of Popular Podagogy, "Student of Mystery", is out now.

  • islamic history month banner

    The month of October marks the beginning of Canadian Islamic History Month and we encourage educators and teacher candidates to take part in celebrating and honouring cultural diversity within our schools.

  • Covers of books recommended for anti-racism learning

    #ScholarStrike is a labour action and teach-in happening on September 9 and 10, 2020. Our Faculty has created an Anti-Oppression/Anti-Racism Resources for Educators guide to help local elementary, secondary, and post-secondary teachers and instructors bring ideas and lessons from #ScholarStrike into their classrooms.

Episode 17: Student of Mystery

The Eastern Ontario Staff Development Network (EOSDN), a consortium of Eastern Ontario District School Boards and the Faculty of Education at Queen’s University, recently developed a Math Monograph using a Student of Mystery approach.  In this episode Eleanor Newman, Tammy Billen, and Danielle LaPointe-McEwan of the EOSDN join us to explain how this approach can be used to help teachers and students meet learning goals.

Episode 17: Students of Mystery

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Student Experiences

ATEP Gave me an Environment Where I Felt Safe, Cared for, and Supported.

Student Experiences: Liv Rondeau

The Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (ATEP) at Queen’s University Faculty of Education is more than a program, it is a community. It is a community where you can feel comfortable to express your identity and be proud of who you are.

From EA to Teacher After 15 years. This is Glenda’s Story

Student Experiences: Glenda Pinault

Glenda Pinault is not a crier, despite photographic evidence to the contrary. The recent B.Ed. graduate insists that the moment, captured so beautifully, was uncharacteristic. However, in telling the story of how she came to be on that stage, a theme of tears quietly emerges.

B.Ed. Student Changes The World One Beeswax Wrap at Time

ConEd Student Helps Kids Feel the Music

Megan Tucker shares her amazing alt-prac experience in Uganda; inspired by this, she decided to continue giving back by creating Meg's Beeswax Wraps. Now, she’s able to support the environment and her adopted community at the same time.

A Teacher Candidate's Virtual International Alternative Practicum

teacher candidate experiences virtual practicum

Teacher candidate, Jenny Cui, was only days away from beginning her alternative practicum in Norway when COVID-19 caused the placement to be cancelled. She was able to pursue a remote placement instead, and was still able to learn valuable lessons from Norwegian curriculum.