Welcome to TheTeacherCandidate

Welcome to the Teacher Education blog! We use this blog to provide information during your time with us in the B.Ed. program. We do this to provide as much information as possible without overwhelming your email quota! As well, even…

Alternative Field Experiences

All Teacher Candidates complete two Alternative Field Experiences in their second year. These provide opportunities to widen your experience, expand your knowledge, and develop your skills. 

Living in London

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EdCamp London

Register here!  Join us in the beautiful Forest City on April 28th for EdCamp London! This event will take place at the brand new Sir Arthur Currie Public School. If you’ve never been to an EdCamp before, you can expect…

Reminders

YEAR 1 Today is the last day of Practicum 2 – congratulations on completing your first year of the B.Ed! Please remember to regularly check your @uwo.ca email account for updates on Year 2 practicum, courses, AFEs, and more!  …

Ontario Educator’s Conference

The Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity is proud to present 3 EVENTS for our fourth annual Ontario Educators’ Conferences in collaboration with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. Register soon as spots are filling FAST!…

March 6 5008 T2P – End of Year Reception

Community Room, 12:30pm – 2pm. No registration required.    Celebrate the end of a successful year 1 of the BEd program! Drop in to say “See you later!” or to chat about:  Practicum 2 & 3 (Drop by the Teacher…

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MPEd Information Session

Join us at an upcoming online information session to learn more about laddering into our Master of Professional Education (MPEd). During this 1-hour event you’ll have the opportunity to hear about our program’s unique features, learn more about the application process,…

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#HaveAHeartDay

Have a Heart Day is a child and youth-led reconciliation event that brings together caring Canadians to help ensure First Nations children have the services they need to grow up safely at home, get a good education, be healthy, and…

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