The Faculty of Education at the University of Regina has a fine reputation for strong undergraduate teacher education programs, graduate programs and adult education. The Faculty has excellent longstanding relationships with educational agencies in the province and has been a leader in educational developments over the years.

Our motto,

"Inspiring and Transforming Education",

is reflected in the abstract logo of the emergence of a butterfly from a cocoon symbolic of the Faculty, which is always emerging, and in the process transforming what education means while being transformed by those new understandings.

Students and faculty journey together on this search to better understand education in order to bring meaningful change to their practice.

For more information about the Faculty, visit the web site at: www.uregina.ca/education


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  • Education News - Spring 2021 

    Faculty of Education, University of Regina (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2021)
    Table of Contents: From the Dean's desk (page 3); Science kits make remote learning effective and engaging (page 4); Student experiences of learning and teaching during a pandemic (page 6); Reflections on gifts of the ...
  • Education News - Spring 2020 

    Faculty of Education, University of Regina (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2020)
    Table of Contents: From the Dean's desk (page 3); Alumna's initiative feeds youth during COVID-19 crisis (page 4); Land-based teaching feels like home (page 5); Educating about life with a service animal (page 6); Decolonizing ...
  • Education News - Autumn 2020 

    Faculty of Education, University of Regina (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2020-12-11)
    Table of Contents: From the Dean's desk (page 3); Strategic advancement priorities (page 4); The circle of giving (page 6); Systemic racism in education (page 8); Kanawȇýihtâkosiwin (cared for): Increasing connectivity ...
  • Higher Institution Engagement in Partisan Politics: Perspective of Bangladesh 

    Shiddike, Mohammad Omar; Bockarie, Abu (International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 2020-12)
    The purpose of this study was to explore the ways in which teacher engagement in partisan politics in Bangladesh higher education institutions have influenced their teaching as well as the learning of their students. The ...
  • Emergent Technological Practices of Middle School Students with Mathematics Learning Disabilities. General Report 

    Armstrong, Alayne (2020-08)
    Student use of personal electronic devices is growing as technology becomes more available in school and in everyday life. As well, the borders between traditional assistive technology and mainstream technology are becoming ...
  • Tracing the Evolution of Transfer of Training: A Review Article 

    Rahman, Asif Ali (Juniper Publishers, 2020-07-07)
    This article presents an evolution of transfer of training from 1901 to 2020. The discussion about transfer of training begins with a brief introduction to the framework about the transfer process, followed by the literature ...
  • A Case Study of Teacher Engagement in Partisan Politics and It’s Influences on Students Learning and Classroom Practices: Perspective on Bangladesh 

    Shiddike, Mohammad Omar (Sciedu Press, 2019-06-05)
    The main purpose of this study is to uncover the various ways in which teacher engagement in partisan politics goes ahead to influence the delivery of the teacher in the classroom as well as the learning of the students ...
  • Case Study Method in Human Resource Development: Reviewing the Research Literature 

    Shiddike, Mohammad Omar; Rahman, Asif Ali (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2020-03-26)
    This paper is written with a novice social science (management, education, public administration, public policy, and human resource development etc.) researcher in mind at the graduate or doctoral level. A case study ...
  • Education News - Autumn 2019 

    Faculty of Education, University of Regina (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2019-11)
    From the Dean's desk 3; Summer Institutes 3; Education sector engaged in discussions on future priorities in education 4; Inaugural Alumni Gathering 2019 6; Q & A with recipient of Governor General’s Academic Gold ...
  • Education News - Spring 2019 

    Faculty of Education, University of Regina (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2019-03)
    From the Dean's desk 3; A healing journey expressed through the arts 4; Students participate in Project of Heart 7; Critical relationality key to international collaboration 8; How one internationally educated teacher ...
  • Education News - Autumn 2018 

    Faculty of Education, University of Regina (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2018-11)
    From the Dean's Desk 3; Opening a Doorway to Culture Through Equine Assisted Learning 4; Award for Innovative Teaching Practices 7; Teaching STE(A)M Outside of the Box 8; One Student's Journey Toward Reconciliation ...
  • Engaging Faculty in Professional Development: Lessons From Bangladesh 

    Shiddike, Mohammad Omar; Rahman, Asif Ali (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2019-09-23)
    Engagement can be defined as participation, involvement, and commitment (Harper & Quaye, 2015). This paper explains faculty engagement in professional development. Faculty engagement in professional development can be ...
  • Mixed Methods in Human Resource Development: Reviewing the Research Literature 

    Rahman, Asif Ali; Shiddike, Mohammad Omar (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2020)
    This paper is written with a novice social sciences researcher (management, education, public administration, public policy, and human resource development etc.) in mind at the graduate or doctoral level. A mixed ...
  • Agendas for future Training Transfer Research: Pakistan’s Perspective 

    Rahman, Asif Ali; Shiddike, Mohammad Omar (IISTE, 2019-04-30)
    Research on training transfer has been mostly conducted in developed countries. This paper is unique because it attempts to research training transfer from a developing country’s perspective. This paper is about the ...
  • From Theory to Practice: Counselling Psychology in Community Agencies 

    Stensrud, Amy J. (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2018-07)
    The following report was written in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Education in Educational Psychology (Route 1) from University of Regina. The report begins with a description of the ...
  • Experiencing Educational Psychology: Learning Through Practice 

    Falk, Matthew George (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2018-07)
    This report describes and discusses a practicum in psychological assessment that occurred in Prairie South School Division, No 210, in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The focus of this report is the author’s practical application ...
  • The Practicum Experience of One Educational Psychology Intern: a Practicum Report 

    Currie, Catherine (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2018-07)
    This practicum report is written in summation of my experiences in completing my practicum in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master’s of Education (MEd) in Educational Psychology (EPSY). My practicum took ...
  • Clinical Counselling Fundamental Competencies in Practice : Catholic Family Service Regina Clinical Counselling Practicum Placement 

    Landry-Dixon, Marissa Marie (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2018-06)
    “How we walk with the broken speaks louder than how we sit with the great” ~Bill Bennot When I began to research agencies to complete the practicum portion of my Master of Education Degree, the motto of Catholic Family ...
  • Psychoeducational Assessment Process: A Learning Experience 

    Rand, Kenneth Michael (Faculty of Education, University of Regina, 2018-07)
    This report focuses on the learning experience of an assessment and diagnostic based practicum, with the Prairie South School Division No. 210. The assessment process and the administration of cognitive assessments, including ...

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