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Early Childhood Care and Education

About Cap, Community Life, Fun Stuff

This Week at Cap: Apr 3-9

Find a job, explore Cap programs, practice a language and take in a variety of music in this action packed...

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Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

Aleysha Karmali: Dancing her way to a teaching career

gallery Who knew a love of Bollywood dancing could lead to a career in early childhood education? “Bollywood dancing is...
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Applied Smarts, Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development

Jennifer Ivings: Thriving outdoors

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Jennifer Ivings is passionate about outdoor education for children. “I enjoy the look on a child’s face when they learn...

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About Cap, Community Life, Student Life

Employee donors support student success with bursary funding

Capilano University’s Campaign for Student Success is aiming to increase the amount of general bursary funding for Cap U students.
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Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

Squamish ‘knowledge keeper’ shares wisdom with ECCE students

Capilano University’s Early Childhood Care and Education program teaches much more than how to care for and teach the very...

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Community Life, Fun Stuff, Student Life

This week at Cap: June 15-21

It’s all about music this week with the kickoff of the North Shore Jazz series at the BlueShore at Cap,...

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Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development, Fun Stuff

Pink Shirt Day 2015

Respect. Compassion. Kindness. Love. Couldn’t the world use a bit more of these things? Today we celebrate Pink Shirt Day,...

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Community Life, Education, Health & Human Development, Hot Topics

Cap U celebrates Orange Shirt Day

"I had just turned 6 years old. We never had very much money, and there was no welfare, but somehow my granny managed to buy me a new outfit to go to the Mission School...
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Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development

Play area has a natural feel

image After weeks of digging and moving soil, rocks and other natural materials around, the innovative new playground at...
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Education, Health & Human Development, Fun Stuff, Student Life

A visit to the Fairy Garden

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Start at the Library. Take the West Walk past the big pink rhododendron and turn right. At the precise moment...

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Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development

Wild, natural spaces: Reimagining the playground

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What is a playground? What is its purpose and what kind of activity do we want to encourage there? “In...

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Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development, Student Life

Think pink

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A storm of pink briefly filled Cap’s cafeteria in the Birch building for Pink Shirt Day on February 27, with...

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Applied Smarts, Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development

The unlearning curve

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 Place Play-Doh before a child and odds are it will be rolled into a snake. It’s the obvious thing to...

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Applied Smarts, Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development

Blazing trails

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The first of its kind in Western Canada and only the second in the nation, Cap’s Bachelor of Early Childhood...

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