Teach, travel, TESOL! Learn more about earning a certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. The session will be hosted in the Humanities Building (HU), Room 103. Learn more now at http://www.wwu.edu//TESOL
The workshop is open to teachers and pre-service teachers. The deposit of $20 for registration is refundable upon attendance.
Location: MH Collaborative Space
The Center for Education, Equity and Diversity will be holding its annual award ceremony on Friday June 8th, 2018 at 12:00 PM in the Miller Hall collaborative space. Individuals will be recognized for their excellence in promoting diversity and inclusion on Western Washington University's campus.
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2018 Speaker Event
Friday May 18
2 - 3:30pm
Miller Hall 138
Saturday May 19
10 - 11:30am
Fraser Hall 102
Fill out and submit our Contact Form to receive details for the Face to Face AHE Information Session.
Palliative Care Institute Spring Conference
Settlemyer Hall, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Ave, Bellingham, WA 98225
The Palliative Care Institute is offering a day-long conference on Holistic Pain Management: Alternatives to the Opioids. Over the day we will explore multiple approaches to pain management, including complementary and experimental interventions, such as meditation and psilocybin and MDMA. We have a terrific line up of speakers!! And CMEs available.
Visit pci.wwu.edu/upcoming-events for more information, or email email@example.com
Woodring College of Education’s Justice Speaks Planning Committee is organizing I am a Teacher of Color: Teachers Speak Back to the Academy on Saturday, May 5.
The conference, which the committee hopes will become an annual event, is intended to create a supportive, healing space that centers the needs of educators of color.
The event, also known as ToCBack, will include two panels of veteran and early career teachers, workshop sessions, and a poster session open to participants at all stages of their careers. The conference will also serve as an opportunity to learn from and lean on one another and engage in coalition-building across schools and districts.
Once in the profession teachers of color often lack the necessary institutional support needed to thrive. The event will center the voices of teachers of color as they "speak back" and enrich the feedback loop that informs teacher preparation programs on how to better prepare teaching candidates of color.
ToCBack is free to attend and includes breakfast, lunch and clock hours. Registration is mandatory.
This event is a collaboration including the Education & Social Justice Minor; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies; Woodring Office of the Dean; Early Childhood Education; Elementary Education; Secondary Education; and the President's Diversity Fund.