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 Graduates research published in national magazine

Graduates research published in national magazine

Four Honours Bachelor of Child Development graduates, Eden Barrow, Nicole Macisaac, Olivia Donato and Samantha Quinn, research has been published in the Canadian Child Care Federation's national magazine, Interaction. Pictured above are Olivia Donato, Professor Sharon Quan-McGimpsey, Samantha Quinn, Eden Barrow and Nicole Macisaac.

Tree dressing at King campus

First Peoples@Seneca recently led a tree dressing ceremony to show gratitude to the land at King Campus. Elder Blu Waters and Co-ordinator Peggy Pitawanakwat guided children from the King Observation Laboratory Teaching School (KOLTS) through this ceremony.

Sweet spot on campus

The children of King Campus Observation Laboratory School observed a colony of bees at work and enjoyed a taste of fresh honey. Showing off the hive was Don Forster, Senior Manager, Custodial and Support Services, a registered beekeeper who cares for the apiary on campus

School of ECE Job Fairs 2019

The School of ECE hosted two Job Fairs with over 60 organizations from the Early Learning Sector. Employers had the opportunity to meet with approximately 300 students looking for employment. Some students were offered positions and job interviews on the spot. Organizations were impressed with student’s preparedness and potential. The School of ECE continue to strengthen community partnerships throughout the GTA. Thanks to the incredible team organizing this annual event.   

ASK Workshop

School of Early Childhood Education 5th semester Bachelor of Child Development Students recently completed the 'ASK' Workshop with Facilitator and Professor Julie Gerrits. This training shares knowledge on how to assess for suicide risk in children and youth aged 5 to 14.  Students felt hopeful and proud knowing that 42 more people can now collaborate together to support the creation of suicide safer communities for children and youth.