Faculty of Education News - 2012








  • Summer learning loss July 30, 2012
    Dr. Daniel Laitsch, associate professor in the Faculty of Education comments on summer learning loss in a Province article.

  • Affordable courseware coming to SFU July 31, 2012
    The online higher education magazine Academica ran a brief on a new agreement between SFU and AcademicPub, a provider of custom books in the North American post-secondary market.



  • Welcome to the Faculty of Education September 04, 2012
    We've compiled a list to help all our new and returning students find their way around campus and all the many services that SFU offers.

  • Education faculty starts indigenous office September 14, 2012
    The new Office of Indigenous Education is featured in the September 13th issue of Simon Fraser University News.

  • Dr. Wanda Cassidy on how to curb bullying September 17, 2012
    Associate professor and director of the Centre for Education, Law & Society Wanda Cassidy discusses how to curb bullying in an article with the Epoch Times.

  • Photo Gallery: 2012 SFU Terry Fox Walk/Run September 21, 2012
    On Tuesday, September 18, walkers and runners from across SFU's community gathered together in convocation mall to take part in the 2012 SFU Terry Fox Walk/Run.

  • Courage, meditation and diapers September 27, 2012
    Julie Loland, a soon-to-be graduate with a master of education in education practice, shares her story of raising three young sons while studying and undergoing chemotherapy treatments.

  • All in the SFU family September 28, 2012
    Six SFU staffers are part of a 20-student cohort graduating this term with Master of Education (MEd) degrees in Educational Leadership, post-secondary student affairs and services.




  • Is math beautiful? December 17, 2012
    Dr. Nathalie Sinclair, SFU math education professor and Canadian Research Chair, reveals the beautiful relationship between math and everyday life during a recent interview with CBC's Radio-Canada in a segment entitled "Why is mathematics so disliked?"