City University is celebrating the positive changes that our alumni have made to our schools, districts and communities. We are inviting you to be part of this celebration. Come and see what we are about and how CityU could help you be the driver of positive social change in your private and public networks.
Are you or someone you know interested in completing a Master of Education in Leadership? We invite you and your colleagues to an open house to learn more about our classroom-based and made-in-Canada curriculum, which emphasizes relational leadership.
You’ll get a chance to learn from a local expert in anxiety and mental health in the classroom which will provide a taste of the current issues we cover in our programs. We’ll share the admissions requirements, variety of scheduling and location options, and an overview of the program with you. You’ll also get a chance to meet faculty and alumni from our M.Ed. program.
Date: Tuesday, August 28th
Place: City University, 789 Pender Street, Vancouver, 3rd Floor
Refreshments and finger food will be served
Please let us know you’re coming by August 24: https://cityumedopenhouse2018.eventbrite.ca
4:30 pm – CityU Welcome! Meet and Greet
5:00 pm – Ian Landy Presentation: Addressing Anxiety and Mental Health in the Classroom
6:00 pm – Brief overview of ME.D. Leaderships program
6:15 pm – Last remarks new CityU initiatives coming up
6:30 pm – Networking and mingling
Please share this invitation with friends and colleagues who may be interested in learning more about CityU Canada MEd programs.
Join us for this back-to-school open house to help you deepen your networks, to keep you informed of what we’re up to, and to get you jazzed for the upcoming school year! We highly encourage you to bring a friend or a colleague who may be curious as to what CityU’s M.Ed. in Leadership program is all about.
About Ian Landy
Ian is Principal of Edgehill Elementary in SD 47 (Powell River) and has been supported by his wife and three children as he explores education topics around technology, mental wellness and personalized learning. Ian has been fortunate enough to spend time teaching in classrooms from K-12 and has loved his time as a teacher-librarian! Always encouraging the blending of technology and curriculum as a key method of differentiation, Ian has been a strong advocate for project based learning via #geniushour and Self Organized Learning Environments. His school is currently piloting eportfolios to communicate student learning journeys instead of traditional report cards. Ian has also worked with a number of anxious learners (including his son) and encouraging schools that work with those students who struggle with Generalized Anxiety. Ian also blogs reflections each “day of learning” at http://technolandy.wordpress.com and tweets via @technolandy
Watch Ian Landy’s TEDx West Vancouver, Rethinking Education, talk about “Empathy Around Anxiety” on Youtube.