News & Events

New ECE spaces provide career paths for students, relief for families

March 12, 2019 The addition of 314 student spaces in early childhood education programs in British Columbia is providing new opportunities for people across the province to train for a career as an Early Childhood Educator (ECE). “We’re opening hundreds of new training spaces for early childhood educators, so that more families will be able […]

New Course – ECED 480A

The Early Childhood Education program is pleased to announce a new course offering, ECED 480A - Infant and Toddler Programming: Establishing a Positive Learning Environment, starting in January 2020.

Heart-Mind 2019 Conference

Save the date! When:  Friday October 25, 2019 Registration and Breakfast: 7:30am-8:30am Conference Program: 8:30am-4:30pm Where: Magee Secondary School, 6360 Maple St.,Vancouver, BC V6M 4M2 The Heart Mind 2019: The Art and Science of Calm conference features the latest science and practice related to cultivating calm and balance in our lives – at home, school […]

Part-Time Sessional Lecturer – ECED 490 Faculty Advising

The UBC Early Childhood Education Program invites applications from early childhood educators with expertise in early years education (including preschool, childcare, kindergarten and primary grades) for a part-time faculty advisor position (as Sessional Lecturer) commencing in September 2019 with practicum supervision in various Lower Mainland early childhood education settings.

MNBC Announces Métis Early Years Program

Part of MNBC’s Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) strategy, the Métis Early Years Program will provide Métis children and families throughout BC with culturally relevant, self-empowering ELCC programs and supports that focus on children and families first to support strong Métis Nation families and communities across the lifespan – beginning at birth.

SPARK 2019

SPARK is a two-day graduate student-run conference that brings together people interested in early childhood education and care (Birth to 8 years old) to contribute to a wider discussion around the challenges, understandings, experiences, and insights that characterize the field.