What is Youth in Transition?
The following blog was written by Charlotte Beaubier and Ruby Hamm, faculty members at the School of Global Access.
What is the Youth in Transition...
Innovation through Inclusion: Indigenous Awareness Training for English Language Learners
The following blog was written by Nadia Khan, a faculty member at the School of Global Access.
The School of Global Access was invited to share ...
Kirstin Kot - Learner Success Officer, Bridge Program
The Bridge Program is for immigrant youth ages 18 to 24 with interrupted formal education.
As a Learner Success Officer (LSO), Kirstin Kot pl...
Regional LINC in Banff
Since 2013 Bow Valley College has offered LINC (Langauge Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) classes in Banff at the Wolf and Bear Mall location....
English for Academic Purposes
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) attracts English language learners who aim to pursue further post-secondary studies but are in need of learning, e...
A Bridge Family
A Bridge Family
The following blog post was written by Andrea Scholes, a faculty member at the School of Global Access.
Students often fee...
School of Global Access Professional Development Sharing Sessions
Bow Valley College is home to many exceptional ELL instructors, all who bring their unique teaching styles, interests, and areas of expertise to class...
The following blog post was written by Tyler Elliott, faculty member at the School of Global Access.
The mentorship program at the School of Global...
A Practical Guide to Teaching ESL Literacy: Bow Valley College launches a new resource
Bow Valley College is introducing a new resource for ESL literacy practitioners: A Practical Guide for Teaching ESL Literacy....
The Role of Hope in Our Classrooms
The following blog post was written by Christina Musa, a faculty member at the School of Global Access.
With our students, hope gives them the e...
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