Facilitated by Dayna McCracken, MA, RCC, your Embedded Counsellor for the Faculty of Education
Feel like you might have Imposter Syndrome? Imposter Syndrome (aka Imposter Phenomenon or imposter feelings) is a “psychological occurrence in which an individual doubts their skills, talents, or accomplishments and has an internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud” or a fake.
Come learn about “imposter feelings” and how to manage them at this workshop EXCLUSIVELY for Education students! Also, hear from a panel of high-level professionals about their own experiences with imposter feelings! Panelists include:
Dr. Karen Ragoonaden, Associate Dean, Teacher Education
Naomi Narcisse, Manager, NITEP & Office of Indigenous Education
Graham Setters, Former secondary school teacher and administrator, current TEO Program Manager for Indigenous, Rural & Remote, & International BEd Cohorts
Plus, there will be FREE COFFEE & TREATS and by attending, you will be entered to win a PRIZE!
Wednesday February 1, 2023
4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Room TBD, Scarfe