Departments and Units
The Department of Educational Policy Studies is a multidisciplinary department excelling in developing and disseminating scholarship that explores educational policies and practices as they pertain to leadership, society, culture, and life-long learning.
The Department of Educational Psychology excels in teaching and research in psychological studies in education; counselling psychology; school psychology; measurement, evaluation and cognition; special education; teaching english as a second language; and Health Sciences Education.
The Department of Elementary Education offers expertise in subject areas such as Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, Music, Physical Education, Art, and Social Studies, as well as Curriculum and Instructional Studies, Teacher-Librarianship, Teacher Education, and Early Childhood Education.
The Department of Secondary Educations offers an extensive array of courses and programs in both undergraduate and graduate studies. The Faculty of Education's undergraduate Secondary Route Teacher Education Program prepares subject area specialists for all of the subject areas represented in the secondary schools of the Province of Alberta.
EdTech Services is dedicated to helping faculty, staff, instructors and students in the Faculty of Education to become more effective, knowledgeable and confident integrating technology into their daily practice of teaching & learning, research, communication and administration... read more
SLIS offers a Master of Library and Information Studies, the only program on the Prairies accredited in both Canada and the United States jointly by the Canadian and American Library Associations. The School's vision for teaching, research, and service is grounded in a multi-disciplinary focus on issues of information access and equity.
Undergraduate Student Services administers all undergraduate program admissions, transfer credits, program information, field experiences, student counseling support, and graduation applications for the Faculty of Education. The office maintains the official Faculty record of each student's undergraduate academic program as well as the student teaching reports.
The field experience (student teaching) portion of the B.Ed program will be one of the most exciting parts of a student's program. Repeatedly, students tell us that student teaching is the highlight of their teacher education program.
MES is a graduate degree program for working educators, delivered via a blend of face-to-face (summer residencies) and online distance instruction.
Faculty of Education
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