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Atlantic Universities' Teaching Showcase
Small Teaching: Exploring the Potential of Easily-Implemented, High-Impact Teaching Practices

Join us on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at Mount Saint Vincent University for this year's Showcase. In this year’s Showcase, we wish to learn more about the high-impact, small teaching practices of post-secondary educators in Atlantic Canada. Consider submitting a Proposal to this year’s Showcase that highlights your own experiences with “small teaching.” 

Proposal deadline is August 18th, visit our website for more information on our Keynote address, registration, and sessions. >>Read more

St. Francis Xavier University in association with the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE) is pleased to announce that the 3rd Atlantic Regional Adult Education Conference will be held at StFX October 27-28, 2017.

The Regional Conference provides an opportunity for professionals and researchers working in all areas of adult education to share and explore current research and issues in the field. Proposals for papers, posters, round tables and symposia are welcome. 

How to submit your proposal:
Paper, poster, round table and symposium proposals should be no longer than 300 words (not including references). Panel Presentation proposals should include a 300-word (not including references) description of the overall panel and a 300-word (not including references) description for each paper to be presented as part of the panel.

Each type of proposals should be submitted as a Word document in 12 point font and include the following:

• The purpose of your paper/panel/poster/symposia/round table, including how your paper/poster/symposia, round table contributes to the theme of Community Building in the 21st Century
• Theoretical framework and relevant literature
• Research design if relevant
• Findings and conclusions
• Implications for adult education theory and practice.

Proposals should be submitted to by June 09, 2017. Submissions will be confirmed by email after the deadline.

Further information is available by contacting

Bachelor of Education Documents




Graduate Education Documents

The Graduate Studies office will  University research Ethics Forms & Policies can be located at the Research Office.also have many other forms/applications pertaining to ALL graduate programs.

Faculty of Education Ethics Review Guidelines

University research Ethics Forms & Policies can be located at the Research Office.

Job Fairs

The B.Ed. Annual Job Search Event is organized annually by representatives from the Nova Scotia Education programs at Acadia University, Cape Breton University, Mount Saint Vincent University, Ste. Anne University and Saint Francis Xavier University. 

This exciting Job Search event is held at the Mount campus in Bedford, Nova Scotia and offers in-program pre-service teachers and alumni of the five University B.Ed. programs, to be aware and informed of the variety of possible teaching opportunities that are available locally, nationally and internationally. It also offers networking opportunities  with the various provincial, national and international recruiters and school board employers. Learn More>>

Job Opportunities

All job postings received by the Career Planning Centre are now posted on the website.  Whether you're looking for part-time, full-time, summer, or on-campus work, this site offers you access to job postings in all fields of study.  To get an access code, or for assistance, please call (902) 457-6567, visit us in Evaristus 218, or e-mail

Volunteer Experiences

Make a Difference in a Child’s Life: Become a Literacy Tutor inquire about Fall/Winter/Spring opportunities with the Learning Disabilities Association of Nova Scotia’s LINKS program is an after school literacy course for students in grades P-6 who are experiencing difficulty with reading and/or writing. Learn More.