At the NABE Symposium, Dr. Pat Campbell led a workshop and dialogue on assessment tools for Adult Basic Education.
Whitehorse - Adult Educators and literacy practitioners from across Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon departed the first ever Northern Adult Basic Education (NABE) Symposium today feeling inspired, encouraged, and reflecting on what they heard.
WHITEHORSE - One instructor from each of Canada’s Territorial Colleges has been named as an Outstanding Adult Educator. The instructors and their work will be highlighted this afternoon at the closing ceremony of the first ever Northern Adult Basic Education Symposium, a professional development conference held at Yukon College this week.
Arviat Research and Media projects were presented at the Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic annual workshop at the Frobisher Inn from Oct. 8-10 in Iqaluit. Social Sciences researchers came from across Canada, the United States and the circumpolar world to participate.
In the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut today, the Honourable Daniel Shewchuk, Minister responsible for Nunavut Arctic College, congratulated Arctic College faculty members Louise Flaherty and Neil Christopher for their award winning filmmaking efforts with Inhabit Media.
Herschel Island is a remarkable place. For hundreds of years, it sustained aboriginal people who lived off the sea, and its shelter provided a base for the western Arctic whaling fleet in the 1890s. It was named by John Franklin during a voyage to establish sovereignty over arctic North America, and it was the location of the first police detachment in the Canadian Arctic.
IQALUIT, Nunavut (February 23, 2012) – Adult Basic Education programs at Nunavut Arctic College (NAC) got an $11 million boost from the federal government in an announcement made by Prime Minister Stephen Harper today in Iqaluit.
IQALUIT, Nunavut (January 20, 2012) – Students from across Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon are participating in Get Reel, a video campaign to create anti-tobacco ads, as part of this year’s pan-territorial Smoke Screening initiative.
The Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada (SERNNoCA) is a five-year research program looking at the social economy of the North. One of six regional networks across the country, it’s made up of community partners, colleges and universities in Nunavut, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavik and Labrador.