COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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Faculty of Education

Welcome to the Faculty of Education

The Faculty of Education teacher education program is known for its extensive field-based component. We are proud that our graduates readily find teaching positions in Alberta and throughout the world.

In addition, the faculty has offered outstanding Graduate Programs for over 30 years. Students are provided with the opportunity to enhance their professional practice and broaden their knowledge, expertise, and cultural perspective. 

Read about our alumni, students, faculty research, programs, and more at the Legacy Magazine book shelf.
We welcome you to join our Twitter community of educators: @ULethbridgeEdu.


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, and to communicate with you.

How can we help you?

Faculty of Education staff are working remotely and are able to assist. 
Connect with us by email at Undergraduate: or Graduate:
University of Lethbridge COVID-19 webpage:

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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Alumnus uses music to connect in the wake of social distancing

University of Lethbridge alumnus and local musician John Wort Hannam (BA/BEd ’96) is sharing songs from home as part of his ‘COVID-19 sessions.’

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Faculty of Education Dean's Message

The practicum program in the Faculty of Education strives to provide a breadth of experiences (grade level as well as urban and rural settings) for all of our students, and this principle helps …

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Teacher Still Learning at 104-years-old

Alma McLachlan was always good at math. After graduating from high school in 1933 she became a book keeper, but even then her mind was set on other things. “I always wanted to …

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