Subject: Education Learning Communities
Credit units: 0
Offered: Either Term 1 or Term 2
Weekly hours: 1 Seminar/Discussion hours
College: Education
Department: Education (Dean's Office)

Description

In this course, second year direct entry Bachelor of Education students will meet as a Learning Community once per week over the course of the fall term. Students will be guided by Peer Mentors (upper year Education students) who will help to co-create a sense of belonging to the College of Education and to the wider province. This 0 credit unit course will encourage Education students to develop their understandings of the ideal society, human rights, and issues that affect the ability of rural, urban, northern and First Nations communities to provide educational services to achieve that idea society. Members of the Learning Community will visit a Saskatchewan civic organization that provides educational programming and services to children and youth.

Restriction(s): Restricted to students in the College of Education, Bachelor of Education, Year 2.

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