You're invited to FESA's LARGEST RECRUITMENT EVENT OF THE YEAR!!!
The International Recruitment Fair is designed for graduating students and alumni looking to find DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES, for all students who would like to learn more about how to apply to Ontario School Boards and everything you need to know about AQs.
This event is an opportunity to interact with Ontario School Boards, International Schools and International Education Recruitment Agencies. Whether you want to teach in Ontario, teach abroad, or want to learn something new...this event is for YOU!
Make sure to look your best and bring your resumes because there will be ON THE SPOT INTERVIEWS!
Schools board attending are: YRDSB, UGDSB and many more!
This year, agencies are recruiting to: Canada, China, UK, Far East and Australia to name a few!
Information Booths include: Apply to Education and Everything you need to know about AQs!
A more detailed list of recruiters will be sent once you secure your spot.
The $11.62 fee covers food and supports our partner school in Africa.
** SPOTS ARE LIMITED **
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
If you have any questions about the event or would like to present your employment agency in a booth presentation format, please email email@example.com.
Featuring a reading by Professor Lisa Farley (York University) and remarks by Deborah Britzman (York University) and Debbie Sonu (CUNY)
Co-sponsored by the Faculty of Education, York University and SUNY Press
Free - fully wheelchair accessible
Childhood beyond Pathology offers an account of the ways that psychoanalytic concepts can inform ongoing challenges of representing development, belonging, and relationality, with a focus on debates over how children should be treated, what they might know, and who they should become. Drawing from fiction, clinical studies, and courtroom and classroom contexts, Lisa Farley explores a series of five conceptual figures—the replacement child, the neurodiverse child, the counterfeit child, the child heir of historical trauma, and the gender divergent child—with a keen eye to discussions of social justice and human dignity. The book reveals the emotional situations, social tensions, and political issues that shape the meaning of childhood, and focuses on what happens when a child departs from normative scripts of development. Through thought-provoking analysis, Farley develops themes that include childhood loss, the myth of innocence, the problem of diagnosis, the subject of racial hatred, the meaning of a good fight, and gender embodiment. She draws extensively on psychoanalytic concepts to show how the fantasy of the child advancing through lockstep stages fails to account for the child as symbolic of the conflicts of entering into the social world. Childhood beyond Pathology suggests we reconsider developmental understandings of childhood by honoring the elusive qualities of inner life.
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