Transforming Education. Transforming Lives.

We want to hear your story

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At the Faculty of Education, we strive to transform education and transform lives each day – through teaching, research, and working with our community partners. As part of the Western Education family, more than 41,000 alumni have been making transformative contributions to education for several decades. Our alumni are teachers and leaders across many different sectors. What has been your experience? What have you noticed that may change the future of education in Canada and beyond? Where did your journey take you?

I am pleased to introduce you to this collection of stories called Transforming Education. Transforming Lives. It is my hope that you are willing to be included in this collection by sharing your story. The process is quite easy – simply fill out the form at the bottom of this message and we will contact you. We will then share your story as part of this feature.

Now even more than before, it is time for Education to shine. We want to share how you and your colleagues are transforming education and transforming lives. I also invite you to read the stories below and see how your colleagues are making a difference in our communities.

Donna Kotsopoulos, PhD
Dean and Professor
Faculty of Education

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People Community

Learn. Earn. Return.

June 08, 2021
Sylvia McPhee believes educators have a responsibility to give back to their faculty because they’ve learned how to teach.

People Community Alumni

Young Maestro Wes goes to school

May 10, 2021
Alumna Rhodora Meliton-Vanderpool, Canadian Hip Hop legend Wes ‘Maestro’ Williams and illustrator Leon ‘Eklipz’ Robinson, ...

People Community

Understanding learning styles

April 30, 2021
A school visit from two psychologists sent Alberta O’Neil on an education odyssey spanning the globe.

People Alumni Community

Heart of the classroom

April 29, 2021
Rhodora Meliton-Vanderpool always knew she wanted to be a teacher. However, she had to go through a journey to figure it out.

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