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TIE-BC Announcement Details

UBC Summer Institutes


This summer, UBC Faculty of Education is offering a number of summer learning opportunities in the area of Inquiry, Self & Community Education. These are specialized institutes that provide for concentrated professional learning.

SRL Inquiry Hub Summer Institute

July 2,3 & 4 | UBC Vancouver | non-credit event

This Institute is designed for any educator interested ³self-regulation² and ³SRL², whether they are just starting their learning in this area, or whether they have already been engaged in inquiry or professional learning about self-regulation and SRL for some time.

Register by May 21


Historical Thinking

July 6-11| EDCP 431 96A & EDCP 585D 96A

UBC Vancouver & Museum of Vancouver

academic credit | non-credit registration option

This institute is designed for teachers, graduate students, curriculum developers, professional development leaders and museum educators who want to enhance their expertise at designing and teaching history courses and programs with explicit attention to historical thinking.

Register by May 25


Inquiry and Innovation for System Leaders

July 7-8 | UBC Vancouver | non-credit event

A two day intensive working session for leadership teams interested in making inquiry-informed and innovative practices a way of life in your school and district settings.

Register by May 26


Indigenous Existential Resistance

June 29 - July 13 | EDUC 490V 96A & EDST 565B 96A

UBC Vancouver & Kainai Reserve, Alberta

academic credit | non-credit registration option

The course combines lectures and seminars at UBC in Vancouver and a ten-day visit to the Kainai reserve in Alberta, which includes a four-day observation of a Sundance ceremony.

Register by April 24


Reconciliation through Indigenous Education

July 13-17| LLED 480G 96A & LLED 565G 96A | UBC Vancouver

academic credit | non-credit registration option

This course will engage with educational leaders and resources that provide direction for how education programs and teaching practices can be modified in order to meaningfully integrate Indigenous knowledge worldviews and pedagogies in classrooms, schools and communities.

Register by June 1