Research & Teaching
By Amanda Lamberti on October 16, 2019
Join Kim Ondrik, Head Learner, Mill Bay Nature School for a late afternoon presentation and discussion on innovative teaching practices.
By Amanda Lamberti on September 16, 2019
Congratulations to Andrew Pulvermacher for receiving a Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council – Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master’s Program grant!
By Amanda Lamberti on September 9, 2019
Dr. Jerome Cranston, Professor and Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Regina will be presenting his recent book, Beyond the Classroom Walls: Teaching in Challenging Social Contexts.
By Amanda Lamberti on August 14, 2019
Our 2019 Doctoral Studies Outstanding Dissertation Award recipient is Donna Kozak with her dissertation on Parents with teachers re-authoring the home-school interface: a critical participatory action research study. A familiar face around UBCO, Donna Kozak (or Dr. Donna Kozak we can officially say!) has been an adjunct professor co-teaching a literacy course for our Bachelor […]
By Amanda Lamberti on July 29, 2019
Our 2019 Outstanding Master-Level Graduate Student Award recipient is Master of Arts student, Leslie Shayer. An award that’s not often bestowed, Leslie has gone above and beyond since joining us at the Okanagan School of Education (OSE). She is a Grad Student Representative, the Secretary for the Stress, Coping, and Resilience Special Interest Group in […]
By Matthew Stone on December 17, 2018
Twenty-two proud children from Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs received their graduation certificates after a 6-week program with the Building Academic Retention through K9’s (B.A.R.K.) team.
By Matthew Stone on November 26, 2018
UBC Okanagan Education associate professor Sabre Cherkwoski recently wrapped up a three-year study that culminated in her latest book: “Perspectives on Flourishing in Schools” (edited with Keith Walker, University of Saskatchewan). The third book to emerge from this study was a slight departure from Dr. Cherkowski’s earlier work. This time, contributions came from the educators […]