Date of publication: 2017-08-12 01:09
Students and faculty associated with the SCPE concentration share interests in the part played by education in developing socially, ecologically, politically and culturally just societies.
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Field of Specialisation: Sport management, Physical Education, Artistic Gymnastics, Sport pedagogy. Literature in English, EFL, Literature and Culture, Gender Studies
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The cedar log is shaped and hollowed. The carvers refer to a half-hull model to work out the canoe's proportions. Carefully, the sides are adzed to an even thickness, and the graceful lines of the canoe begin to emerge.
Two resources came together to make the Northwest Coast dugout canoe possible: the wonderful fabric of the Western red cedar - strong, light, flexible and long lasting-and the equally marvelous skills and ingenuity of the people.
Photo: Bill McLennan, UBC Museum of Anthropology
Text: Display, Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia
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Although there are formal course requirements for the advanced degrees, students in the graduate programs are encouraged, with the aim of individualizing each program of studies, to take graduate courses in the Departments of Anthropology/Sociology, Psychology, and Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts, as well as in the Departments of Educational Studies, Curriculum and Instruction, Administrative Education, and Educational Psychology in the Faculty of Education. In this way, each program is individually tailored to suit students’ talents and interests. The MEd and MA degrees are available on a part- or full-time basis and have no residency requirement.
This master’s program is offered to physical educators who are ready to move up a gear by refining and expanding their ideas of teaching, learning and knowing. Using Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) as a catalyst for thinking about ontological and epistemological issues in physical education, teachers will start to explore constructivist, student-centered and holistic approaches as possibilities for their own practice.
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The iTEC program provides an opportunity for teachers to have hands-on experiences with educational technologies and technology-based learning. Students will work with emerging forms of digital media, technologies, and learning management systems, social media, and communication networks. Students will have opportunities to teach and learn in formal (public and private K–67 schools) and informal (museums, centers, community–based institutions) educational venues to improve their understanding and practices in the pedagogical uses of information and communication technologies (ICT) within face-to-face, mixed-mode, and online-distance education settings.