Canada’s 1st faculty of education features small class sizes and a student experience that is second-to-none.
Have you earned your teaching qualifications in a country other than Canada? Are you interested in teaching in Alberta, but can’t because you have not met the qualifications for certification?
Learn more about our Bridging Project for Internationally Educated Teachers.
The annual Faculty of Education Awards was held on April 10th in the Education North building where faculty, friends and family celebrated the best in teaching and research for the year. Read about the award winners in BEdition.
Students who study in alumnus Scott Couprie's Computer Science 10 class at McNally High School in Edmonton not only learn about robotics, programming and gaming, but also problem solving and other life skills that transcend the world of technology.
Graduate student Rochelle Starr sat down with acclaimed Indigenous education scholar Dr. Marie Battiste during her recent visit to the University of Alberta. Read her story in BEdition and learn about some of the major themes from Dr. Battiste's new book Decolonizing Education: Nourishing the Learning Spirit.
The U of A Education Student Wiki aims to cover some of the most common themes experienced by Faculty of Education students.
U of A Education Student Wiki