UPCOMING EVENTS & NEWS

TEAM (Teachers of EAL to Adults in Manitoba) Annual General Meeting

TEAM’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at 6:00pm on Wednesday, June 13th, 2018 at Red River College Language Training Centre (123 Main Street) in Room D (basement level). 

For more information about the organization, the AGM, and how to RSVP, please visit TEAM's website.

 

University of Manitoba: The Faculty of Education: Out There: A Study of LGBTQ Educators Working Overseas

Researchers with The Faculty of Education of the University of Manitoba are recruiting participants for a research study examining the experience of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) educators teaching overseas in Asia, Africa, Middle East, or Central and South America. Educators can be of any professional background (e.g., teaching ESL, teaching in adult and higher education, teaching in a curriculum school overseas). This research is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. For more information and/or to see if you are able to participate, please see the research study poster

 

University of Manitoba: The Faculty of Education - PBDE in TEAL

The Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba is offering a new PBDE in TEAL. If you would like further information please contact, Dr. Sandie Kouritzin (Sandra.Kouritzin@umanitoba.ca), Dr. Clea Schmidt (Clea.Schmidt@umanitoba.ca), Dr. Yi Li (Yi.Li@umanitoba.ca), or Ms. Heather McIntosh (Heather.McIntosh@umanitoba.ca). You can also sign up for an informational webinar being hosted via “GoToMeeting” on June 20th and 27th at noon.                               

Please RSVP for the webinars to Ms. Jo-Anne Gendreau at (Jo-Anne.Gendreau@umanitoba.ca). Please see the program brochure for more details.

 

Volunteer Matching Program

The Volunteer Matching Program matches newly arrived refugees with Canadians who volunteer to provide friendship in form of emotional and social support to refugees during the time they are adjusting and adapting to life in Canada.

Please see the poster for more details.