L-R Maddison Tokar-Wolff, Kaleigh Henrikson, James Gibson, Josh Pruden, Mitch Proctor.
Graduates of the Red River Teacher Education are bringing their innovative lesson ideas into the classrooms at Steinbach Regional Secondary School. Five of our recent grads are currently employed at this Comprehensive school. Overall, about 20 RRC grads are contributing to the technical Vocational, Industrial Arts and Business programs, including Vice Principal James Gibson . See the link below to read the full story.
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RRC/UofW Joint B.Ed. Program Information Night
When: On February 1, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Where: Room A137 on the Notre Dame Campus.
The Teacher Education department at Red River College is hosting an Information Night for prospective students interested in the Business Education, Industrial Arts and Technical Vocational Teacher Education programs.
Learn about the five-year Integrated, three-year After Degree and one-year Accelerated degree programs that are delivered jointly with The University of Winnipeg. Meet in A-137
Tour Red River College’s Notre Dame Campus, meet current faculty, and learn about how the program prepares students for certified career paths in Manitoba’s middle and secondary schools. We will provide detailed program information and details on how to apply.
Everyone is welcome.
For more information contact Daryl McRae, Academic Coordinator, at 204-632-3765 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Monique Pishak at 204-632-2300 email@example.com
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Congratulations Jessica & Charlene!
Kurt Proctor, Neil Cooke, Jessica Lister, Charlene Turcotte, Roland Stankevicius
Red River College Teacher Education students, Jessica Lister and Charlene Turcotte, were recognized as 2016 Manitoba Teachers’ Society Bursary recipients. Roland Stankevicius from Manitoba Teachers’ Society made the presentation at the Annual Coop Teacher Appreciation Dinner on May 5th, 2016.
The Technical Vocational class is in the middle of a Cooperative Learning Jigsaw activity, where they are teaching the key elements of Cooperative Learning to one another.
The information session will be followed by questions and answers, along with 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.
April 27, 2013 • Written by Eva Brown
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How does a tradition start? Who starts a tradition? Which football team was the first to dump a cooler of Gatorade on their winning coach? Why do professional hockey players keep the puck when they score their first NHL goal? Why do graduates move their tassel from the right side of their mortarboard to the left to signify they have received their degree? Who decided that engineers should wear a pinky ring?
The origins of a tradition can sometimes be identified, but some have been practiced for such a long time, the origin cannot be traced. A common thread of most traditions is they are practiced because it is the “right thing to do”. Wikipedia defines a tradition as: “ a ritual, belief or object passed down within a society, still maintained in the present, with origins in the past.”
This proposal is to initiate a tradition. A tradition that will continue for the duration of the Industrial Arts Teacher Education program at Red River College. In many faculties, and sports, an achievement is celebrated by the presentation and wearing of a unique ring. The tradition we would like to start, will be like none other; our grads will be manufacturing their own rings that will signify the completion of their Bachelor of Education: Industrial Arts Degree.
Students are presently learning the “Lost Wax Casting” process in Manufacturing. Students hand carve their own wax objects or use store bought “patterns”, and then cast them in bronze or reclaimed silver. This beginning of our new “tradition” will create connections between three of the courses in which our students are presently enrolled. Students will design their own rings on a computer in Graphic Communications, cut the wax pattern in Power and Energy on a CNC mill, and cast the wax ring mould in Manufacturing. The completed rings will then be presented as part of a graduation ceremony at the end of the courses at Red River College.
This Tradition includes the Business Education Teacher Education grads, Technical Vocational Teacher Education grads, as well as Alumni.
In 2013 we would like to include Teacher Education Alumni who would be interested in a Class Ring from Red River College. It will have the RRC Logo along with your Graduation Year in Gold Silver or Bronze. We are still working out the details so check back here in early 2013 to find out the details for ordering.