Welcome from the Dean
I am delighted that you are pursuing a career as a professional educator. You have chosen a profession that makes a positive difference in the world. At the Mount, we are committed to best practices that promote teaching, research and learning. I believe that teaching excellence is grounded in the nature of the relationships that exist between educator and learner. I ask that you embrace the opportunities that flow from a commitment to ideals of service, outreach and collaborative community teaching and learning. Our Bachelor, Graduate and Doctoral programs offer many opportunities for professional growth in a variety of educational settings. You will be guided by experienced professors as you develop strategies to meet the diverse needs of learners. Our graduates go on to apply their knowledge and skills in a variety of educational and community settings, both here and abroad, in classrooms, board rooms, non-profit organizations and businesses.
As Dean, I support the Association of Canadian Deans (ACDE) commitment to pan-Canadian leadership in professional and teacher education, educational research, and policy in universities. Since 2005, ACDE has developed five Accords: Initial Teacher Education; Indigenous Education; Research in Education; Early Learning & Early Childhood Education; and Internationalization of Education.
The Mount's Faculty of Education looks forward to playing a role in your success. I invite you to explore our website or visit us in person.
- Dr. Sal Badali
Teaching & Learning
The Mount has a long history in teacher education, and our faculty have a diverse and exciting range of expertise, research interests and international project experience.
Faculty Research Areas
The Mount's Chair in Learning Disabilities
Dr. Jamie Metsala was appointed as the Gail and Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in Learning Disabilities in 2011, the first of its kind in Canada. Dr. Metsala is involved with teaching, research and course development for the Faculty of Education at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Read more »
Curriculum Resource Centre (CRC)
|The CRC is a specialized education resource library. Its goal is to provide educators, from pre-school to high-school levels, the resources they need to plan programs for today's learners. Read more »|