Participate in an Intellectual Community designed to promote critical thinking around contemporary educational issues. Personalized programming and transformative instruction allow students to select coursework that holds relevance for their professional development and aspirations.
Visit the UBC Okanagan Calendar for information about these offerings:
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Behavioral Research Ethics Board's tips to ensure your application is accepted
Dr. Christopher Martin offers a course that leads students through critical explorations of policy issues in education from an ethical and political perspective.
The E-grads initiative is set up to link you with your peers and create a community. Join your fellow graduate students online as an E-Grad.
This master site of UBC provides updated information about copyrightLink
Report of flipped classrooms in BC schoolsLink
M.A. student Graham Johnson in the Globe and MailLink
Faculty of Education Graduate Programs is investigating various course delivery options.Link