Imposter Syndrome: Workshop & Panel Discussion | February 1, 2023

January 25, 2023

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

Please register in advance