Student going into grade 8 September 2018, previously home schooled until grade 5
Reading and writing below grade level
One to two sessions per week for the remainder of the summer
Volunteer, with possible honorarium
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T2P has been organized to provide choice in learning and career preparation in order for teacher candidates to direct their own professional development. Participate in workshops that are connected to topics and themes explored in Bachelor of Education coursework, Practicum, and Alternative Field Experience and well as settings across the field of education so you are ready for employment post-graduation!
Stay tuned for more updates on T2P this year! As teacher candidates grow from student to teacher, the Transition to Professional Practice (T2P) course guides experiential learning, professionalism, and job preparation over years 1 and 2 of the B.Ed. These important presentations, workshops, and professional development series are built into your timetable to ensure you won’t have any course conflicts. Additional details on each upcoming event will be communicated via the blog and OWL.
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Museum London is recruiting volunteers to be Educational Tour Guides from September 2018 – June 2019.
Contribute to a friendly, inviting atmosphere and exceptional visitor experiences as a Museum London Tour Guide! As a Tour Guide, you will be facilitating and planning tours for school-aged children (elementary and high school), adults and individuals with special needs. Come join the Museum London team as they educate the next generation in art, culture and heritage!
We are delighted to welcome visiting speaker Dr. Scott Eacott from the School of Education/Gonski Institute for Education at University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia to deliver two talks on July 9 and 10, 2018. Both talks will be at 1:30 pm in the Community Room (1139). Coffee and cookies will be served – please RSVP to email@example.com by July 4/18 if you would like to attend.
Please see the attached posters and the abstracts and biography below for more information.
Monday, July 9, 2018 at 1:30 pm in the Community Room (1139)
The relational research program offers a fruitful approach to the study of educational administration and leadership. Built on five relational extensions and three key concepts, it offers a means of engaging with the messiness of the social world while focused on making a productive contribution. In this workshop Dr. Eacott will facilitate dialogue and debate concerning how one might go about mobilizing the relational methodology in developing a research project, or writing a dissertation / thesis, journal article, or book. Drawing on actual examples from Honours, doctoral projects and his own work, this hands-on workshop will introduce participants to the relational template, a resource developed by Dr. Eacott to assist those mobilizing the relational approach in their writing projects.
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 1:30 pm in the Community Room (1139)
Educating is political. Decisions regarding what is taught, how it is taught, and how students are assessed reflect a version of what makes an effective school. Of course what is judged as effective is contested, but do we contest? I have no doubts that schools are good at what they prioritise – but are they clear about those priorities? In this seminar presentation Dr. Eacott works through his relational approach to propose a flipped approached to school leadership. His core argument is built on three matters: i) effectiveness begins with clarity of purpose; ii) you are judged on your level of coherence against that purpose; and iii) you construct the narrative for your school. The result is a broad principle that recognises there is one size fits all approach to education, an embrace of professionalism in the justification of practices, and flipping the criteria for effective to educators and not those outside of schools. When taken together, this argument is about empowering educators to build a version of education and enacting that in the interests of students.
About Dr. Eacott
Scott Eacott is a relational theorist in the School of Education/Gonski Institute for Education at University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia. He is widely published with research interests and contributions falling in three main areas: i) developing a relational approach to organizational theory; ii) social epistemology in educational administration and leadership; and iii) educational leadership theory. Dr. Eacott is Founding Co-Editor of the Educational Leadership Theory book series (Springer) and he serves on the Editorial Board of more than ten leading journals and book series across educational administration and leadership, relational sociology, and social theory. You can find further details on his work at http://scotteacott.com and you can connect with Dr. Eacott via Twitter – @ScottEacott
We have a few vacancies in England we wanted to share with you in case you know of any graduates looking or Full-time work in September.
Special Education, London
Physical Education (primary), Yorkshire
For more information, please contact Lauren LeBlanc, Educational Consultant and Relationship Manager, at 289 686 3806 or firstname.lastname@example.org
China’s ESL market is expanding rapidly and TEACH ESL ONLINE needs educators to meet this demand. Opportunities are available for education students and graduates to teach up to 10 hours each week at a rate of up to $25 CAD per hour.
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We are currently recruiting for up to ten teachers to teach in a Canadian accredited primary/middle school, with varying start dates available. Positions are full time, primary school positions with a one year contract. BEd preferred, however we are able to consider a limited number of candidates with Bachelor’s degrees.