The Education Programs division, Nunavut Arctic College, would like to congratulate Geoff Johnston, the CST Instructor at Nunatta Campus, Nunavut Arctic College, Iqaluit, on his completion of an intensive and exacting program in the area of Computer Technology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the USA. He is now accredited to teach the Cisco CCENT program.
Childcare workers in Arviat have been participating in a unique program delivered by Nunavut Arctic College that provides certificate courses in Early Childhood Education. This month, students have been studying Principles and Practices of Early Childhood Education with instructors Myna Ishulutak and Bonnie Dawson.
Jim Legge has enjoyed all that the Territory of Nunavut has to offer for the last thirteen years. He served as a Teacher in the high arctic community of Grise Fiord for a year. He was Vice Principal in Hall Beach for a year and then assumed the Principal role in Hall Beach for another five years. Following that he was a Manager of the Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) for six years.
Third-year Nunavut Teacher Education program (NTEP) students at Nunatta Campus, Iqaluit are completing their study of EMATH 215: Theory and Practice of Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary Schools.
At the NABE Symposium, Dr. Pat Campbell led a workshop and dialogue on assessment tools for Adult Basic Education.
Whitehorse - Adult Educators and literacy practitioners from across Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon departed the first ever Northern Adult Basic Education (NABE) Symposium today feeling inspired, encouraged, and reflecting on what they heard.