We know education has the power to change the world for both teachers and learners. Its impact on communities is equally as powerful. The Faculty of Education is dedicated to engaging with diverse communities at home and abroad to encourage learners to change their future and build a better, more inclusive future for all.
Our institutional and community partners are integral to the work we do, both in classrooms and in the world where we live. We help learners expand their knowledge, their experience and their world view, so they are ready for tomorrow. We also undertake leading-edge research that advances teaching practices and is responsive to the needs of the community and the evolving world around us.
Friends of Simon
An award-winning program that recruits, prepares, and assigns university students as literacy tutors in the Lower Mainland, particularly with newcomer K-12 students.
SFU SURREY COMMUNITY COUNSELLING
Community counselling services staffed by a dedicated team of counsellor-educators from the SFU Master's in Education in Counselling Psychology Program.
A cross-institutional peer mentoring program designed to support Aboriginal graduate students with the successful transition and completion of their graduate program.
The Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs (also known as OFFA) is an administrative entity of Simon Fraser University that works in collaboration with the faculties and departments to support the development, coordination, and promotion of programs and courses taught in French.
Our faculty welcomes and embraces students from all over the world. We help international students transition to studying in Canada and collaborate with universities and governments from around the world to provide customized programs for teachers, student teachers, and educational leaders.
Work & Professional Development
If you're looking to work with students from the Faculty of Education, submit a job posting to our Work and Professional Development page.
professional learning series
Looking to expand your knowledge and your professional education? Challenge yourself with our collaboratively developed Professional Learning Series.
Suggest a Future GDE Program
Graduate diploma programs are designed in collaboration with a school district. If there is considerable interest in a particular program, we work with the district to begin the initial consultation and development process.
The Cmolik Prize is awarded to those who have developed and implemented an invention, innovation, concept, process, or procedure that enhances educational practice in the K-12 public school system in BC.