On June 25th, 2013 the Teacher Education Department hosted the 2nd Annual Celebrating Success Event in the Roblin Centre at the Exchange District Campus. The event was well attended by students, guests and faculty along with special guests David Rew, VP Student Services & Planning at RRC and Paddy Burt the Intrim- Dean of the Centre for Teaching Exellence, Innovation and Research at RRC.
3rd year Industrial Arts Teacher Ed. student, Tara Kachur #8, is above in front row.
The women’s final was a very close game. Down by 15 at halftime with their forwards in foul trouble, the College Wesmen made a remarkable run to take a lead in the fourth quarter.Responding, though, were Celecia Luckwell and Tia Ruddock of the Rebels, who made key buckets to secure the win.
#1 Red River College 69 vs. #2 University of Winnipeg College 65
Jennifer Kasprick and Kate Hallett, Pre-service Teachers and Eva Brown, Teacher Education Instructor, Red River College present at the BYTE Conference.
Provide your students with opportunities to develop skills to collaborate globally and to become competitive in a global economy. This session will outline the phases to flatten your classroom and provide examples and resources to implement global education into your curriculum.
As advertised in the Projector, Manitoban, Uniter and Winnipeg Free Press.
The Teacher Education Program Information Session is on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 at 6 pm in room A-137 at the RRC Notre Dame Campus. The information session will be followed by a question and answer and also a tour of the facilities used by Teacher Ed. students during their respective program. Come out and meet the instructors, walk the halls and get the answers to all your questions.
On Tuesday May 1st the Teacher Education Department at Red River College hosted it’s 34th annual Cooperating Teacher Appreciation Dinner. This is Red River College’s opportunity to thank the teachers and administrators that support our student teaching practicum and teacher education program. This year we hosted representatives from 20 school divisions and 60+ schools. Our special guests in attendance were Pat Isaak, Past President of Manitoba Teachers’ Society standing in for Paul Olson, David Rew, Vice President Student Services & Planning at Red River College and Paul Little, Dean of the School of Learning Innovation at Red River College.
At this dinner we also recognize the exemplary student achievement in each of the programs. Manitoba Teachers’ Society generously provides a bursary award for these students. The award recpients are selected by faculty with consideration given to GPA, commitment to community and their contribution toward the learning and support they have given their peers. The recipients this year are John Sobkovich for the Aboriginal Award, Steven Potter for the Technical Vocational Award, Jeff Lasage for the Business Technology Award and Maribeth Tabanera for the Industrial Arts Award.