Faculty of Education

Welcome to the Faculty of Education

We are committed to the well-being of our students and partners in determining what the future might look like in the Faculty of Education. As you may be aware, the University of Lethbridge will offer instruction and support with online delivery in the Fall 2020 semester. With this in mind—and with the contours of the COVID-19 guidelines in place—we aspire to move forward responsibly delivering online the quality of instruction and support that our undergraduate and graduate programs are known for.

How can we help you?

During this unprecedented time we would like you to know that we continue to operate—in these unusual circumstances, on a different kind of platform. Going forward we continue to be here for you.

Faculty of Education staff are working remotely and are able to assist. 
Connect with us by email at Undergraduate: edu.sps@uleth.ca or Graduate: edu.masters@uleth.ca
University of Lethbridge COVID-19 webpage: http://www.uleth.ca/covid-19

 

Student Program Services

Undergraduate Advising on Admissions, Program Planning, Graduation & more

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Field Experiences

Forms, guidelines & other resources for off-campus practicum field experiences

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Teaching Community

Information for schools, Teacher Associates & Mentors looking to get involved

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Wellness is Keeping Active, Both Mentally and Physically: Brae Clowes

When given the chance to practice her approach to wellness in teaching, Brae Clowes was up for the challenge. "Every Tuesday we post TikTok Challenges to encourage movement and also put a smile …

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The Intersectionality of Faith, Mental Health and Wellness for Racialized Populations During the Pandemic

“Initially there was talk that the COVID-19 pandemic was impacting people equally, only to find out that’s not the case” says Dr. Sandra Dixon, assistant professor in the University of Lethbridge Faculty …

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Five questions with Andrew Doyle (BA/BEd '10, MEd '20)

Andrew Doyle learned much in his time in the MEd Educational Leadership program; particularly, the value of community engagement.

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5 questions with shining graduate Sheadene Morrison (Drama/Education)

Sheadene Morrison graduates this fall with a Bachelor of Arts (Drama) and Bachelor of Education (Dramatic Arts). Sheadene was nominated to be recognized as a Shining Graduate by Drama department chair, Jay Whitehead.

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Wellness is Feeling Productive: Sally Leung (BA/BEd '17)

When distance learning began some Grade Twos were feeling sad and didn’t understand why they were doing schoolwork at home. Sally Leung and fellow teacher Joel Stretch rode their bikes and visited …

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Second Language and Intercultural Education in Today's Classrooms

"Because of the trauma and other issues refugees experience, a restorative justice approach to education allows English as a second language teachers to create safe environments in which students feel they belong,” says Dr. …

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Dr. Kevin Wood: First Graduate of the PhD Program in Education

The Fall 2020 University of Lethbridge convocation honours Dr. Kevin Wood as the first graduate of the PhD program in Education. "I was so satisfied with my master’s program, that to have …

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At 91-years-old, the Classic Ford Model "A" is Yet Another Teaching Opportunity for Neil Horlacher

“The teaching gene is in our family,” says Rod Horlacher who followed in his father's footsteps and became an Industrial Education teacher. “We want to learn.”

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Teaching Multiple Literacies in Canadian Classrooms: Sarah Gagnon (BSc/BEd’11, MEd candidate)

"I go back to Quebec and my French doesn’t have the Quebecois accent,” she says. “Yet in Alberta I’m not English, either. There’s this feeling that I don’t really belong to one or …

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