Are you Interested in obtaining a course-based Integrated Masters of Education degree in Environmental Education or one in Lifelong Learning through part-time study for two years while you work? The University of Saskatchewan may have what you are looking for.
The Lifelong Learning cohort is a course-based graduate degree specifically designed for those with an active interest in the adult learning community. The learning themes of this cohort integrate a focus on the rich complexities of adult learning emphasizing the holistic, critical, contextual, transformative and practical nature of adult learning theory and practice and is designed to integrate an Indigenous perspective within its course offerings. Begin this September by taking one online course per fall, winter and spring terms in 2011-2012 and 2013, and two courses in 3 weeks of July 2012 and 2013.
The Critical Environmental Education Cohort program explores core themes and issues of relational learning, social and environmental justice, local and global tensions and possibilities, and literature and the arts in learning. You can take two courses in 2-3 weeks in July 2011, 2012 and 2013 and one online course per fall and winter terms of 21011/12 and 2012/13.
Are you interested in education for social justice and anti-racism? Become a graduate student and participate in the Educating for Anti-Racism Graduate Summer Institute July 4 to 21, 2011.