If you are interested in getting involved with the Education Students Association then you need to come into the office by the fourth floor lounge to pick up a nomination package. Filling out a nomination package is the first step in the election process. If you want to be on…

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Location: West Edmonton Mall FRIDAY FEB 6TH Time: 7:30 to 10:30 pm The event will feature activities with prizes, a live DJ, and of course the wave pool and waterslides. Last year we had 700 students attend, and this year we are hoping to make it an even bigger success!…

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Information about GETCA lanyards What dates are we handing out GETCA lanyards? During Ed Week, Jan 19 – 23, mainly on the main hallway of Ed North. Tables will be set up in front of the USS office. AFX students can pick up lanyards during office hours after this week….

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Jan 19th- Classroom Management: 2-3:30 Jan 20th- Unseen Hurts: 4-5:30 Jan 21st- Hiring and Teacher Certification: 4-6 Jan 22nd- Bullying Awareness ppl: 1-2:30 Jan 23rd- Teacher Wellness: 2-3:30 A session from Alberta Education is currently on January 19th at 11:30. possibly a second one will be held as well. Frontier…

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Career Services for Education Students CAPS offers a series of sessions specifically for Education students. Whether you’re sending your resume to prospective employers, looking for work as a substitute teacher, or attending the Education Career Fair, put your best foot forward by making sure that you’re prepared to search for…

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Ready for the 1st PD Session of the year?! Come one, come all to the PD Session THIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 for a WORKSHOP ON LITERACY hosted by Frontier College! • Learn about literacy and its links • Reading Intervention Program Models for First Nations children • Internship opportunities at…

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To get your grad photos taken, and to be included in the framed wall composite for our class, please visit our official photographer – SUB Photo. They are offering some Saturday and evening appointments to accommodate those who are out teaching right now, in addition to their regular hours during…

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An opinion spoken and heard by many Education students is that their home faculty accepts too many students for the amount of teaching jobs in Alberta. Many believe this is an attempt to keep more students paying tuition, essentially making the Faculty of Education a “Cash Cow” for the rest…

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