About - Tsi Nahò:ten

At the Faculty of Education, Queen's University, our undergraduate and graduate students explore and examine teaching and learning from a variety of perspectives across diverse contexts. Our inclusive community, along with our international connections, provides students with exciting cross-cultural learning opportunities. Our graduates are ready to integrate theoretical, practical, and experiential knowledge in the understanding and resolution of professional issues. We see the beginning teacher as an active agent in the development of a socially inclusive pedagogy aimed at social justice. In our vision, the critically reflective teacher asks questions that go beyond immediate pressures of daily practice, and has a disposition to work in collaboration with other members of the profession and with all those involved in the education and development of learners.

Tsi nón:we ne shakotirihonnién:ni ne Queen’s University, ne hárok tha’tehonatohétston tánon ne ó:nen tehonatohétston ronteweiénstha ratiri’wí:saks tánon kwah tokén:en ratikaén:ions tsi ní:ioht tsi ashakotirihón:nien tánon nia’té:kon tsi nitiotierá:ton tsi ronteweiénstha tsi nenhatí:iere. Skátne ne onkwanakerahserá:kon tánon ne tsik nonwéhshon, enhotiiénta’ne ne ronteweiénstha nia’tékon ne tekonttihá:nion tsi nihotirihó:tens ahonteweiénste. Ne tehonatohétston ronatateweienentá:on ki’ ne ia’tahatí:ieste tsi nahò:ten ronateweiénston, tsi nihotiié:ren tsi rotiweientehtá:on’ ahoti’nikonhraién:ta’ne tánon ia’tahotirihwaién:ta’se ashakotina’tónhase tsi nahò:ten ronateweiénston.

Mission - Biindige

Careers and Employment Advisors: Pam Briand and Elspeth Morgan

To create a gathering place where there is room for all to learn, grow, and contribute by building inclusive communities centred on teaching, learning, and research.

Ne íakwehre í:i aiakwahén:te tsi nonkwá:ti’ ne ronteweiénstha ne ashakotirihón:nien, ahatiién:tere’ne tsi ionkwahrharátston aiakhirihón:nien ne tsik nonwé:shon ionkhiiaten’nikonhrá:wi, orihwase’shón:’a aiakwatste tánon ne iorihowá:nens ionkwaweientéhtaon’.

Our Deans - Ohén:ton iehón:nete

bent yellow

Meet our Deans: Dr. Rebecca Luce-Kapler, Dean, Faculty of Education; Dr. Peter Chin, Associate Dean, Teacher Education; Dr. Lindsay Morcom, Associate Dean, Graduate Studies; and Dr. Amanda Cooper, Associate Dean Research and Strategic Initiatives

Sheientéhrha’n ne ohén:ton iehón:nete : Dr. Theodore Christou ne tehotiienawá:kon, ahotihiatonhseraién:ta’ne tsi enhonteweiénste tánon ratirihó’kwats; Dr. Rebecca Luce-Kapler ne kwah ohén:ton ié:iente ne Queen’s University tsi nonkwá:ti ne shakotirihonnién:ni; tánon ne Dr. Peter Chin tehotiienawá:kon ne tsi nonkwá:ti ne ahshakotirihónnien ne aionteweiénste aorihwá:ke; Dr. Amanda Cooper ne tehotiienawá:kon.

Our Deans

Vision - Bawaajigan

Teachers’ Overseas Recruiting Fair interview with international recruiters January 2018

To inspire everyone to remain curious about learning, be intentional with their words and actions, and seek out opportunities for connection and reconciliation.

Ohén:ton iataiakwá:ta’ne tsi nonkwá:ti ne ashakotirihón:nien, ahatiién:tere’ne tsi ionkwahkwísron tsi nonkwá:ti ne ashakotirihón:nien, tsik nónwehson tsi nihatiiérha, ne áse tsi nahatí:iere, tánon thénon ne iorihowá:nen tsi ní:ioht tsi ahatikaén:ion.

History - Tsi Nontaiawénhsere

B.Ed. / Dip. Ed. alumni at Convocation May 2018

The Queen’s Faculty of Education was first founded in 1907. After closing in 1920, it re-opened its doors to B.Ed. students in 1968 and has been producing ethical, progressive leaders in education ever since.

Ne Queen’s tsi nonkwá:ti ne ronteweiénstha ne ashakotirihón:nien aorihwá:ke 1907 kwah thonatáhsawen. Ne 1920 wahatihnhó:ton, sok sontehnhotón:ko ne B.Ed. ahonteweiénste ne 1968 ne e’tho náhe tehonatohétston ne róntstha ne orí:wase’s tsi ní:ioht tsi ashakotirihón:nien tánon ohén:ton rónnete tho náhe.


The Dean's Review Cover Page 2018-19

Queen's Faculty of Education Year-in-Review - Queen’s tsi Nonkwá:ti ne Aionteweiénste Ohén:ton Ié:rate Tethokaenión:hon

The Year-in-Review engages and informs our community about the activities and accomplishments of our students, staff, faculty and alumni.

Ne énska ne tsohsera kaiá:kens ne tsi Nonkwá:ti ne Ashakotirihón:nien, Ohén:ton Ié:rate Tethokaenión:hon, ónen enwá:ton enieié:na onhka í:ienhre. Kí énska ne tsóhsera kaiá:kens kahiatónhsera ne ia’teiaó:ien aiakohroriánion tsi naho’ténshon ioterihwahtén:tion, nahò:ten ia’tehonó:ien tánon naho’ténshon ó:nen rotiio’tén:en tsi nón:we ne Ahonteweiénste, iakwe’néstha tsi nihontiérha ne ronteweiénstha, orihwí:io tánon aonsaióianeren’ne, nia’té:kon tsi ní:ioht tánon ia’tekaiestá:nion, kwah í:ken tsi tkaié:ri tsi kariho’kwá:ton, rotiianerahstén:ni ne ronteweiénstha tánon ne tehotí:niote nithotiión:sa, tsik nonwéshon ronwanaten’nikonhrá:wi, thénon ne waterihwateweién:tons wátston tánon sénha iaontahsón:teren aioiáneren’ne.

Year in Review

flags on Student Street in Duncan Mcarthur hall

Our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI) Vision - Onkwá:wen ne Sha’taiá:wen’ne, Nia’té:kon, tánon Ia’tehontiéston (EDI) Nahò:ten Iakwéhre

Our vision is to be a leader in the educational landscape, recognized for our commitment to teaching, international initiatives, innovative programs, and influential research. We strive to address the impact of issues of race, gender, social class, sexual orientation, ability, age, religion, and other social identity markers, in all spheres of the academic community. We strive to ensure that our leadership is inclusive and representative of the communities that we serve. We seek to employ an EDI lens in the areas of teaching and research, living and learning communities and academic workplaces. To read the entire EDI Vision Statement visit the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee’s webpage.

Ne iakwéhre í:i aiakwáhente tsi nonkwá:ti ne ronteweiénstha ashakotirihón:nien, ahatiién:tere’ne tsi ionkwahrharátston aiakhirihón:nien ne tsik nonwéhshon ionkhiiaten’nikonhrá:wi, orihwase’shón:’a aiakwátste tánon ne iorihowá:nens ionkwaweientehtá:on. Ionkwahskéhnhen aiakwatharáhkwe tsi neniáwen’ne ne tsi niiakaonhontsó:ten, iakónkwe/rónkwe, tsi naontaiakótteke, nahò:ten ierákwas iakónkwe/rónkwe, nahò:ten iakokwé:nion, tsi nitiakó:ion, niiakorihwiiostonhtsheró:ten, tánon ne oiáshon tsi ní:ioht tsi iontátkens ne onkwehshón:’a, tsi nitiotierá:ton ne tsi ronteweienstáhkhwa. Ionkwahskéhnhen orihwí:io aiatión:ni ne ionkhihenté:se ionkhiiatia’tará:ni tánon ne ionkhihenté:se ne kanakerahseraké:ron ionkwaió’te. Iakwé:saks aiakhihnháne ne EDI tsi nón:we ne shakotirihonnién:ni tánon ne ratirihó’kwats, tánon ronteweiénstha kanakeráhsera tánon tsi nonwéshon ionteweiénstha. Ahsewennahnó:ten akwé:kon ne EDI tsi ní:ioht tsi Ieiakwatkáthos Kahiatón:nion, iahá:se ne Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee’s webpage (Sha’taiawén’ne, Nia’té:kon, Ia’tehontiéston ne Thotiniarotáhrhon raoná:wen webpage).

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee

Faculty Board - Tsi Rontkennisaáhtha ne Shakotirihonnién:ni

Details about the membership, meetings, and constitution of our Faculty Board are available here.

Ka’nikonhraientátha ne ratiiá:tare, rontkennisaáhs, tánon ne ohén:ton iehón:nete ne shakotirihonnién:ni kénthon enhsetsén:ri.

Faculty Board