Tuesday, March 29, 2011

PD Event: Gangs in Schools

PD Event: Gangs in Schools

April 5

7pm

Location TBA

"Gangs in Schools" has been our most popular PD Event for the past two years. A constable from the Regina Police Services will be educating us on the gang situation in Regina including basic information, how to identify students who are at-risk, and how to help them.

For attending this event, you will receive a PD Certificate that you can add to your portfolio. By pre-registering you will receive the certificate the night of the event. If you do not pre-register you will still receive a certificate but it will take approximately a week to receive it. Email ureginaess@gmail.com to pre-register.

ESS Elections

ESS Elections

There are still a few positions available on the 2010-2011 ESS Council. If you would like to nominate yourself for a position on the Education Students' Society, please email ureginaess@gmail.com

For details on positions and duties, please visit our post:
http://ureginaess.blogspot.com/2011/03/ess-elections.html

Monday, March 28, 2011

Thursday, March 24, 2011

First Nations Content: Regina Police Services

March 25

6-8pm

Campbell Collegiate

Chief Bellegard from the Regina Police Services will speak on the First Nations world view and how to better fit First Nations content into education. Please forward questions and/or RSVP by emailing email Jerome Orban at Jerome.Orban@uregina.ca

Concerts

!!ALL CONCERTS FREE FOR STUDENTS!!

U of R Wind Ensemble and Concert Band

April 4

7:30pm

University Theatre

U of R New Music Ensemble

March 26

8:00pm

University Theatre

U of R Camber Singers

April 7

7:30pm

Shubox Theatre

U of R Concert Choir

April 3

7:30pm

University Theatre

G.U.E.S.S. Workshop

Taking Science Outdoors! – Condie Nature Hike 2011

Are you interested in nature? Are you wondering of cool ways of integrating nature into your class? Well the Group of Undergraduate Education Science Students (G.U.E.S.S) has a solution for you!

On April 2nd, 2011 from 1pm-3pm, Nature Saskatchewan is hosting a Nature Hike out at Condie Nature Reserve (14 kilometers Northwest of Regina off HWY 11 at Exit A)! This is a professional development opportunity allows you to get out of the city and into nature, giving you unique ideas to incorporate nature into your classroom! Nature Saskatchewan is leading this hike and workshop and it will include the guided tour and certification.

Activities in the afternoon will include:

• Bird and plant Identification basics

• Outdoor packing reviews and planning ideas

• Nature Journaling/solo time.

• Hiking

This event will provide a certificate that will look great in your professional portfolios and is completely free! Please email guess.edu@gmail.com if you are planning to attend so we can have your certificate ready for you that day!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Come JOIN US and celebrate our 12th Year Anniversary in recognition of March
21st International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination!

FREE ADMISSION

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Time: 12-7:30 PM

Italian Club 2148 Connaught Street, Regina


FOOD FOR SALE AT BOOTHS

Ethnic performances all day and FREE face painting by Street Culture Kidz
Project...FUN FOR ALL!

Entertainment Groups: Prairie Gael School of Irish Dance, Brian
Sklar-Fiddler, Aaron Sklar-O Canada, Elder Lorna Standingready, Chung Wh Kun
Fu Centre-Lion Dance and Kung Fu Demo, Daughters of Penelope, Hindu School,
Bollywood Dance Group, Lily and Immediate AUUC Poltava Dancers, Regina
Association of Middle Eastern Dancers, India Canada Association, Regina
Highland Dance, Daniel Tutran, Nutya Sudka Dance Group, K.G Harmonie
Sparklers, The Regina Austrian Edelweiss Dancers, Heart of Harmonie, Chinese
Dance School, Skin and Bone and the Ya Habibi Tribal Dancers, Regina Balaton
Hungarian Dancers, Alma Chiian Dancer, Minoritia Romanian Dancers, Eagle
Claw Singers and Dancers, Lindsey Bhangra Dance Association, Caribe Dance
Troupe, Pow Wow Ehrlo Performers, Estiritu Latin Dancers, Chinese
Singer-Daniel Tutran, Heart of Harmonie German Singers, Lindy Edge-Belly
Dancer, Daughter of Penelope Hellenic Greek Dancers, Ethiopian Community
Association Dancers and Columbian Entertainment Singers-Link

Display Booths:Children's Corner Face Painting-Street Culture Kidz, Henna Art and Tatoos, South Asian Essence and Designs, Spring Free From Racism, Aspara Imports, Trading Daisy's, Red Cross, Malaysia, Twanese Association, Amnesty International, Fairy's Glen World Imports, Boom town Drums, Scandinavian Club of Regina, KG Harmonie German Dancers, Clowns, Saskatchewan Association on Human Rights, Ethiopian Community Association.

Food Booths: Ukranian, Serbian, Italian, Twanese Fellowship Association,
German, First Nations, East Indian, Malaysia, Ethiopian, Caribbean,
Filipino, African, Chinese, Scandinavian, Laotian, Greek

Rebecca Haugen, BSW

Mentoring Coordinator

YWCA Big Sisters of Regina

1940 McIntyre St.

Regina, SK S4P 2R3

Tel: (306) 525-2141 ext. 123

Fax: (306) 525-2171

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

"Teaching and Learning with Monarch Butterflies"

2011 Summer Regina Workshop

July 19 & 20, 2011

8:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Regina Public School Office

"Teaching and Learning with Monarch Butterflies"

The powerful story of the Monarch Butterfly's 4000 km journey from Canada to Mexico each fall inspired the emergence of the Monarch Teacher Network (MTN). MTN is a growing network of Canadian, American and Mexican educators who are trained to bring the story of the Monarch Butterfly into their classrooms and communities. Monarchs can become a symbol to connect learning about the past, present and future of North America, its people and the land that sustains us all.

Taught by experienced volunteer educators, this intensive multi-day workshop combines hands-on activities, lectures, videos and group projects designed to inspire and teach participants ways to use Monarch Butterflies as a tool to make connections to all curricula.

Cost $95 per participant

EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT - $75 by MAY 1st

Brochure:http://www.monarchteachernetwork-westerncanada.com/uploads/2011_MTN_Brochure_combined_pages.pdf

For information contact;

www.monarchteachernetwork-westerncanada.com

Co-Chairs: Jan Kushnier both@mymts.net

Cathy Shaluk cathy.shaluk@natureconservancy.ca (204) 942-0900

Regina Coordinator - Heather Mazurak heather.mazurak@rbe.sk.ca

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

PD Event: STF Information Night

The Education Students' Society is hosting another Professional Development event for education students.

The ESS is hosting an Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) Information Night that is free for all education students.

This Thursday night, March 10th, 2011 at 7:00pm the ESS is happy to have STF representatives give a presentation on what the STF is, what they do for future teachers and answer any questions that students may have. This event comes with a PD certificate for portfolios, and allows students to ask any questions they may have about the STF.

The event will be hosted in ED 191 at 7:00pm, March 10th, 2011 (Thursday).

To pre-register email ureginaess@gmail.com

SIDRU Seminar

SIDRU Seminar

Wednesday, March 9

12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

ED 215

"The Balfour Project: Integrated Teaching and Learning in Pre-Service Teacher Education"

Chris Arnstead, Cindy Hock, Cyril Kesten, Laura Kuz, Jocelyn Stephenson, and Val Mulholland

These seminars are open to all, at no charge.

Coffee and cookies are provided.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

ESS Elections

It's election time! If you would like to nominate yourself for a position on the Education Students' Society, here are the details. Nominations forms can be found on the bulletin board just outside the ed lounge (ED189) in an envelope. Forms are due on March 18, 2011. Please place them in the box on the desk inside the ed lounge labelled 'Election Forms'.


Available positions are as follows, as stated in the Constitution. Executive positions are only available to students who have already served on the ESS for at least one year and are not during their internship year. Council positions are open to anyone.

The E.S.S. Executive shall consist of the following positions:

  • President or Co-Presidents (to a maximum of 2)
  • Vice-President Academic/Professional Affairs
  • Vice-President Financial
  • Vice-President Social
  • Vice-President Communications
  • Secretary

The E.S.S. Council shall consist of the following positions:

  • Social Representatives (2)
  • Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) Representatives (4)
  • General Representatives (4)
  • Program Representatives (the following 9)
  • 1) ECEC Representative
  • 2) Elementary Representative
  • 3) Middle Years Representative
  • 4) Secondary Representative
  • 5) Arts Education Representative
  • 6) Baccalaur√©at en √©ducation Representative
  • 7) HOPE Representative
  • 8) BESS Representative
  • 9) SUNTEP Representative
  • Lounge Director
  • Mentorship Program Director

For details on the duties of each position, please read the Constitution: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kGGxDp9v0FaFpYxKeAwJ6GjVebiw6j3WZeTAEM0MB7E/edit?hl=en

Nominees must be available to meet once with the current executive on in April (date TBA) to turn over duties. Successful nominees will be contacted by email or phone on March 22, 2011. Good luck!