SFU at Camosun
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June 14, 2011
In January 2012, faculty and staff of Camosun and the greater Victoria community will have the opportunity to study Simon Fraser University's Master of Education, Curriculum and Instruction without having to leave the island. There are mutual benefits and synergies for both institutions. "Having been a graduate student at SFU's Faculty of Education," says Tom Roemer, Vice President, Strategic Development, "I can attest to the exceptional quality of their programs for professional educators. It makes good sense for two of BC's most reputable learning institutions to join forces in order to bring this exciting opportunity to our doorstep."
The Master of Education (Curriculum and Instruction), intended for post-secondary educators, allows participants to critically examine current curriculum, instructional and research theories as the basis for examining their own instructional and curricular practices with a view of developing enhanced self-understanding and practical change.
The two year program, beginning in January 2012 is tailored around the busy schedules of its participants with classes taking place approximately every second weekend at Camosun and two longer term (2-3 week) residencies on campus in the summer. Participants are supported by SFU's learning management system and a seamless library service that allows participants to order books on line and receive a day or two later at no cost.
To find out more about the program, attend an information session on Wednesday, June 15, 4:30–6pm, Paul Board Room 216, Lansdowne Campus (map). Application deadline is June 30, 2011.
For further information contact Nannette Plant, Office of the VPSD 250–370–3470 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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