Meet Dr. Susan O’Neill, SFU’s new dean of the faculty of education
Get to know our new Dean, Dr. Susan O'Neill! learn more →
MEd grad ready to reinvent her approach to teaching
Nicole McKenzie has 22 years of teaching behind her. But after 2 years in a MEd program focused on nature-based & place-conscious learning, she transformed her approach to teaching & life. learn more →
Education professor Phil Winne elected as Fellow to the Royal Society of Canada
Dr. Winne receives recognition for his contributions to the research of self-regulated learning and learning analytics. learn more →
Faculty of Education
We are a global education leader engaged in research and scholarly inquiry, committed to advancing knowledge and dedicated to improving the practice of teaching and the learning experience.
To provide the most intimate and responsive programs, we have evolved the following program areas: Undergraduate Studies, Teacher Education, and Graduate Studies – each with its own unique organizational structure.
50 Years of Education
We first opened our doors at SFU 50 years ago - years filled with leadership, transformation, innovation and engagement. Here are our stories.
October 28, 2019
The growing problem of online harassment in academe
Many universities lack adequate policies on how to deal with cyberbullying, leading to real-life consequences for some targeted academics.
November 18, 2019
2019 Faculty and Staff Awards
Help us to recognize the exceptional work and significant achievements by our staff and faculty. Nominations can be made by faculty members, staff members, and students.
October 08, 2019
Aboriginal perspective in the school curriculum: challenges remain
Isabelle Côté presented her research on the difficulties for French immersion teachers to integrate an Aboriginal perspective into learning, as required by the British Columbia curriculum. 2016.