Mira has taught it all at Tec-Voc, from computer and software applications to accounting principles and systems to retailing, promotions and entrepreneurship, and everything in between. She says her time at RRC prepared her well for the multi-faceted and ever changing world of business.
Read more on Ms. Mira here
Graduate of the Business/Technology Teacher Education program featured!
Red River College launched its 2017 billboard campaign this week – marking the return of the highly anticipated public celebration of RRC grads and their diverse employers.
“Red River College is pleased to once again join forces with leading Manitoba businesses to showcase elite alumni who are working in industry and in the community across the province,” says RRC President Paul Vogt. “This creative, co-operative marketing campaign is about recognizing strategic partnerships and celebrating student success.”
Appearing this spring and summer on nearly 60 billboards throughout Winnipeg and rural Manitoba, the 2017 campaign features 40 members from RRC’s diverse alumni community.
Read the full-story on the RED Blog.
Check out this year’s billboard partners here→.
We were pleased to welcome 11 students to Red River Teacher Education for the morning of Thursday March 23rd. It was such a pleasure to meet some of our youth as excited about learning as we are about teaching! Thank you to Raman Job from MTS for providing us with the wonderful movie about the day.
Click on the video below!
Representatives of the Red River Teacher Education Programs in Business and Computer Technology, Industrial Arts and Technical Vocational Education will be at the following locations to answer your questions about our programs. Please come and see us on one of the following dates:
We’ll be able to answer all your questions about a future in Education.
We’re so proud of Ms. Turcotte! Please click on the link above to read the article posted in The Herald on February 15, 2017
RRC/UofW Joint B.Ed. Program Information Night
When: On February 1, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Where: Room A137 on the Notre Dame Campus.
The Teacher Education department at Red River College is hosting an Information Night for prospective students interested in the Business Education, Industrial Arts and Technical Vocational Teacher Education programs.
Learn about the five-year Integrated, three-year After Degree and one-year Accelerated degree programs that are delivered jointly with The University of Winnipeg. Meet in A-137
Tour Red River College’s Notre Dame Campus, meet current faculty, and learn about how the program prepares students for certified career paths in Manitoba’s middle and secondary schools. We will provide detailed program information and details on how to apply.
Everyone is welcome.
For more information contact Daryl McRae, Academic Coordinator, at 204-632-3765 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Monique Pishak at 204-632-2300 email@example.com
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The fourth year students in the Industrial Arts teacher education program have been busy creating beautiful works of art in their woodworking program. Below, Instructor Bernie Taronno poses with his students Matt Castellano and Kevin Kriss and (bottom) Matt Castellano displays the guitar he made in his woodworking class. For more information on the process of building these instruments, see see Matt’s Web site at https://sites.google.com/site/mrkrissportfolio/courses/woodworking
The University of Fraser Valley (UFV), Bachelor of Arts in Adult Education (BA-ADED) is a 120 credit hour undergraduate degree targeted toward Adult Educators who come from diverse backgrounds.
19 instructors of the Red River Faculty went back into the classroom in August…as Students! Most participants were new or almost new members of the RRC Staff from all over Southern Manitoba. On the agenda: best practices for teachers of Adult Learners. Most instructors will be enrolling in, or have already enrolled in the Certificate Program. Thanks to Theresa, Judy, Doug and our panels of experts (expert students and expert instructors) for helping all these new instructors to ease their way into the classroom.