Centre for Research for
Teacher Education & Development (CRTED)


The Centre for Research for Teacher Education and Development (CRTED) was established in 1991 as a faculty-wide centre for research for teacher education and development. The Centre draws together diverse people, including graduate students from across campus, faculty, research assistants, principals, social workers, medical personnel, and teachers.



"Asian Heritage Month is an opportunity for us to learn more about the diverse culture and history of Asian communities in Canada, as well as to acknowledge the many achievements and contributions of people of Asian origin who, throughout our history, have done so much to make Canada the country we know and love.The theme for Asian Heritage Month 2023 is “Stories of Determination”, which represents the strides made and the challenges overcome by Asian communities to thrive in Canada over the last 2 centuries and beyond. It is a history filled with hardship and setbacks, but ultimately, it is a story of triumph over adversity. This month is also a reminder for all of us to come together to combat anti-Asian racism and discrimination in all its forms."Reference: Government of Canada
The features shared below were created by Faculty of Education students Natalie Chan and Aizle Bernardo, to celebrate Asian Heritage Month and share the diverse stories and experiences of Asian peoples within and outside the University.