My experience in taking the Environmental Technology Program (ETP) at Nunavut Arctic College (NAC) was amazing.
My motivation to quit smoking was influenced by a few different things. Once I became interested in health, and nursing, I realized how bad some things were for my body, and how necessary it was to treat my own body with respect - smoking tobacco was doing the opposite.
Our Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) students at Nunatta Campus, Iqaluit, are presently enrolled in a course entitled EADM 310 Educational Administration: Structure and Process.
Indspire is an Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada.
The Education Programs division of Nunavut Arctic College is pleased to welcome Myna Ishulutak as a regular Faculty member. She will have key responsibility as an Instructor and Inuit Culture and Language Specialist for the Early Childhood Education Program.
The Nunavut Early Childhood Education Program of the Education programs division of Nunavut Arctic College is facilitating a consultation with Inuit Elders, experts in Early Childhood development, in order to review the College’s ECE Program outcomes and create strategies for integrating Inuit culture, knowledge and language in all course content. The week-long discussions will provide invaluable curriculum enhancement and Inuit-specific content.
The Government of Nunavut has clearly identified increasing literacy outcomes of our fellow Nunavummiut as a key and essential priority.
During the delivery of the course entitled, EADM 310: Educational Administration: Structure and Process, our students in the Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) are presented with particular course objectives.
The Education Programs division of Nunavut Arctic College regularly seeks ways to engage in outreach to our various stakeholders. In doing so we are able to bring the culture and reality of life in Nunavut into the classroom setting and relate it to the academic lives of our students. Furthermore, it serves to enhance student appreciation of the educational efforts of those who have gone before them.
The Education Programs division of Nunavut Arctic College regularly seeks ways to build capacity and promote a positive learning environment. Therefore, when growth opportunities are presented for an introduction to new experiences or an enhancement of those we have, we readily move on it.