No fancy easel? No problem! Early Childhood Education students in Coral Harbour make their own out of a box, string, clothes pins and a chair!
Nunavut Arctic College is in the process of developing a broadened approach to online courses. The intent is to utilize a platform that will serve as a repository / digital archive for all courses in an easily accessible format.
What do you think is among Canada's most important historical, natural, and cultural sites? Is it the Cape Spear Lighthouse, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, or the Gastown Steam Clock? What places are Canadians most proud of, and who can say? Now you can, with #Explore150!
Today, I received a visit to the Education Programs office at Nunatta Campus, Iqaluit, from Suzie Muckpah (Inuktitut Coordinator: Curriculum and School Services). She is based at the Department of Education Main Office for Curriculum and School Services in Arviat.
Early Childhood Education students in Cape Dorset held a children’s Paint Party this week to practice facilitating learning through art. Students are building skills and knowledge to support children’s learning in the community’s childcare centres.
Creating a legacy that continues to improve the quality of relevance of Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs for Northern learners is a key motivator behind the 2014 Northern Adult Basic Education (NABE) Symposium.
Please find attached a photo collage of art activities taught by our ECE students in Taloyoak to families of young children. The students are applying a variety of techniques for facilitating children’s learning through play. The instructor of Curriculum 1 is Michelle McConkey. The ECE Manager for Education Programs at Nunavut Arctic College is Ellen Hamilton.