Werklund School of Education

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The Werklund School of Education is leading education for a connected world. Our strong focus on research informs undergraduate teacher education and ongoing professional learning. Your gift supports the development of professionals who are prepared and inspired to meet the needs of all learners and, through research, able to solve problems that benefit the community.

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Werklund School of Education
403.220.5787
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The Werklund School of Education hosts the STEM Showcase where Werklund students present hands-on robotics and LEGO Mindstorm demonstrations for the community.

The Werklund School of Education hosts the STEM Showcase where Werklund students present hands-on robotics and LEGO Mindstorm demonstrations for the community.

Support the Werklund School of Education

Your support will positively impact the development of professionals who are prepared and inspired to meet the needs of all learners and, through research, able to solve problems that benefit the community.

Fuel the expansion of programs, research and teaching excellence through the Werklund School of Education. Together, we will strengthen focus on research that informs undergraduate teacher education and ongoing professional learning.


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