2006-2007 Undergraduate Calendar

Education - Pre-service Education  
Chair Sheila M. Bennett Professors Emeriti Ralph D. Connelly, Anthony S. Mollica Professors Sharon Abbey, Merle Richards Associate Professors Rodger J. Beatty, Sheila M. Bennett, W. L. Roger Crane, Donald H. Dworet, Anne Elliott, David Hutchison, Debra McLauchlan, Ruth L. McQuirter Scott, Adele Thomas Assistant Professors Lorenzo Cherubini, Darlene Ciuffetelli Parker, Tony DiPetta, Xavier Fazio, Tiffany Gallagher, Joanne Graham, Kamini Jaipal-Jamani, Jeanne Kentel, Joyce Mgombelo, Susan Sydor, Louis Volante Lecturers Doug Karrow, Lionel LaCroix, Gail Phillips, Peter Vietgen Adjunct Professor Eugene Luczkiw Co-ordinators Joanne Graham (Hamilton Campus; Intermediate/Senior Program) Robert Moulton (Technological Studies) Bob Mroz (Enterprise Education Extended Program) Merle Richards (Native Teacher Education Pograms) Admissions Counsellor Phyllis Stanley  
General Information Go to top of document
Administrative Assistants Lesa Mansfield St. Catharines Campus 905-688-5550, extension 3341 Welch Hall 123 Nancy Schoeberle Hamilton Campus 905-547-3555, extension 3610 1842 King Street East Hamilton http://www.ed.brocku.ca/Departments/preserv Michelle Smythe St. Catharines and Hamilton Campus (Practicum) 905-688-5550, extension 4967 Welch Hall 123 The Department of Pre-service Education offers three programs of study for candidates interested in teaching Primary/Junior (grades K-6), Junior/Intermediate (grades 4-10) and Intermediate/Senior (grades 7-12) at the St. Catharines and Hamilton campuses. Field placements for the Junior/Intermediate program will normally be made in grade 4 - 8. In addition, the Pre-service Department co-operates with other Departments in offering concurrent programs leading to the conferring of a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Physical Education/Bachelor of Education or Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education degree. A BA Honours/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BA Child and Youth Studies Pass/BEd (Primary/Junior), BA Integrated Studies Honours/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BPhEd Honours/BEd (Intermediate/Senior or Primary/Junior), BSc Honours/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc Integrated Studies Honours/BEd (Junior/Intermediate). Bachelor of Education programs are field oriented and are based on an approach unique in Ontario. Much of the orientation to and instruction in professional practice takes place through supervised cohort groups of teacher candidates in schools throughout the Niagara Peninsula and the regions of Hamilton Wentworth, Haldimand-Brant, Halton and Peel. Transportation to required off-campus courses, internship centres and schools is the responsibility of the teacher candidate. Candidates who are accepted into the BEd program to teach in secondary schools are assigned to work with specialized subject area tutors from secondary schools. An extension of the Intermediate/Senior program is offered in partnership with the Institute for Enterprise Education. Upon acceptance into the program, applicants must complete a satisfactory criminal background check through the Ontario Education Services Corporation. School Boards require teacher candidates to complete this background screening prior to having direct contact with students. Otherwise schools will not allow teacher candidates to participate in practice teaching. In addition, the Ontario College of Teacher's requires a separate criminal background check before certification. Teacher candidates who have successfully completed all required courses in the program for a BEd and who have obtained a P1 or P2 in EDUC 8L09 will normally be recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for an Ontario Certificate of Qualification. Those who receive a P3 in EDUC 8L09 will not be recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for an Ontario Certificate of Qualification. An essential part of the Pre-service Education program takes place in schools with at least 11 weeks of observation and teaching (EDUC 8L09). When performance in EDUC 8L09 is regarded as inadequate, the teacher candidate will be assessed by the Co-ordinator of Practice Teaching or designate. That assessment will determine eligibility to proceed in EDUC 8L09. Where performance so warrants, and in the interest of the pupils' welfare, the Faculty will not place a teacher candidate in a classroom or will remove a teacher candidate from the classroom. All teacher candidates are advised to refer to the policies and procedures in the Handbook for Pre-service Teachers. Successful candidates of the Pre-service Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate and Intermediate/Senior program will be awarded a BEd, and are normally recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for membership and to receive their Ontario Certificate of Qualification. Successful degree candidates of the Technological Education program will be awarded a BEd while non-degree candidates will be awarded a Certificate in Education. Teacher candidates are normally recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for membership and to receive their Ontario Certificate of Qualification. Candidates are certified to teach two subjects from one of the following areas: communications, computer, construction, technological design, hospitality services, manufacturing, personal services and transportation technology. Candidates must meet all additional Ontario College of Teachers requirements. Candidates will receive the Design and Technology Additional Qualification for Part I (EDUC 9F24) after completion of the BEd and Part II (EDUC 9F25) after completion of the BEd and one year of successful teaching experience in that field. In addition to satisfactorily completing the methodology course(s), candidates must pass a Technical Proficiency Examination (TPE) at the basic or advanced level. Those who complete the Basic course and the TPE satisfactorily may, upon graduating and receiving the Ontario Certificate of Qualifications, enrol in an Additional Qualifications course, where available, to obtain advanced level certification. Successful candidates of the Design and Technology program will be awarded a BEd and certification to teach design and technology, plus a second academic subject area, provided they meet the necessary prerequisite requirements. Teacher candidates are normally recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for membership and to receive their Ontario Certificate of Qualification. In addition to successful completion of a teacher education program, teacher candidates will be required by the Ministry of Education of Ontario to pass an Ontario Teacher Qualifying Test. Candidates will receive the Design and Technology Additional Qualification for Part I (EDUC 9F24), after completion of the Pre-service program, and Part II (EDUC 9F25), after completion of the Pre-service program and one year of successful teaching experience in that field. In addition to satisfactorily completing the methodology course, candidates must pass a Technical Proficiency Examination (TPE) at the basic or advanced level. Those who complete the Basic course and the TPE satisfactorily may, upon graduating and receiving the Ontario Certificate of Qualifications, enrol in an Additional Qualifications course, where available, to obtain advanced level certification. The Enterprise Education Extended program (the equivalent of 10 university credits) runs from July to April/May. In addition to the required courses for the Intermediate senior level, candidates complete a certificate program in Enterprise Education, a course in technology, a course in guidance and a practicum in a community or business organization. For details see the brochure, Enterprise Education, an alternate program in teacher education or consult the Brock web site. Successful candidates of the Enterprise Education Extended program will be awarded a certificate in Enterprise Education and a BEd. Teacher candidates are normally recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for membership and to receive their Ontario Certificate of Qualification. Three Native Teacher Education programs (NTEP) are offered to prepare Native elementary school teachers. These programs meet the certification requirements of the Ontario College of Teachers. Aboriginal candidates who hold an undergraduate degree may apply to the regular Pre-service Education program. Successful candidates of the regular Pre-service Native Teacher Education program will be awarded a BEd and are normally recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for membership and to receive their Ontario Certificate of Qualification. The Native Teacher Education Primary/Junior Certificate Program prepares candidates for teaching Grades K-6 in elementary schools. The basic courses are adapted for the needs of Native pupils. Along with the basic requirements, the program includes experiences in the Aboriginal languages and cultures of the participants. At least eight weeks of practice teaching will be completed by each candidate. Successful candidates of the Primary/Junior Certificate Program of the Native Teacher Education program may be recommended by the Dean of the Faculty of Education to the Ontario College of Teachers for certification to teach in Ontario at the Primary/Junior level. The Native as a Second Language Certificate Program is open only to speakers fluent in a Native language focussing on teaching methods for language specialists, as well as on the grammar and writing systems of the candidates' Native languages. At least eight weeks of practice teaching will be completed by candidates in this program. Successful completion of the Native as a Second Language Certificate Program of the Native Teacher Education program leads to certification in Native as a Second Language (NSL). To qualify for the NSL certificate, candidates must complete at least one year of successful teaching after the first summer session. The Teacher Education Program for Intermediate/Senior level teachers in independent schools is a limited enrolment program for teacher candidates from selected schools. This pilot program enables candidates to upgrade teaching competencies for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers. The program includes required courses and supervised teaching practice for the Intermediate/Senior level. Participation in the program at the Hamilton Campus begins in the summer and requires part-time attendance for course work and supervised teaching during the fall/winter terms. Attendance for a second summer is required for program completion. For further information regarding the pilot program for Intermediate/Senior level teachers in independent schools, please contact the Chair, Department of Pre-service Education. For further information regarding the Pre-service program, candidates should contact the Chair, Department of Pre-service Education. Those interested in a teaching career in Ontario are advised to refer to the Ontario College of Teachers Act 1996 and (Regulation 184/97 Teachers Qualifications) with respect to teachable subjects, definitions, basic qualifications and regulations.  
Ontario College of Teachers Criminal Records Screening Policy Go to top of document
1.  The Ontario College of Teachers requires both a criminal record check and a criminal record declaration by the applicant as necessary components of registration for new applicants.
2.  The costs associated with the provision of the criminal record check and any appeals are to be borne by the applicant.
3.  All positive reports of criminal offences will be examined by the Ontario College of Teachers' Registrar to determine whether the record of offence(s) is relevant to the applicant's honesty, integrity and/or suitability to practice the profession and whether the offence(s) constitute reasonable grounds for refusal to issue a certificate of qualification and registration, or to impose terms, conditions or limitations on registration, in accordance with Section 18(2) of the Ontario College of Teachers Act.
4.  Applicants for registration by the Ontario College of Teachers will be advised of the reasons for the decisions of the OCT Registrar to refuse certification or to impose terms, conditions or limitations and that appeals to these decisions will be determined in accordance with Part III of the Ontario College of Teachers Act.
  Questions regarding the policy should be directed to the Ontario College of Teachers.
 
Admissions Go to top of document
Candidates are expected to have some experience in working with children and youth of the age group in the program for which they are applying. Enrolment in the Faculty of Education is limited to approximately 600 positions for both concurrent and consecutive programs. Applicants for the consecutive year program must have completed the requirements for a Bachelor's Degree acceptable to Brock prior to the beginning of classes in September. Selection is based on the academic average of the best 10 university credits and on experience as submitted on the Brock Experience Profile Form. The Experience Profile should include two experiences of a minimum of 100 hours each. Only candidates with a minimum B average (75 percent at Brock) on their top 10 credits will be considered. Because the experience profile is a significant part of the selection process, applicants should complete the form with care. Applications are available from the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) at: http://www.ouac.on.ca/teas and must be received by the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) by the date specified in the OUAC 205 application form, to be considered for admission to the program. All supporting documentation (a university transcript, Experience Profile and two letters of verification) must be received at the Registrar's Office, Brock University, by the date specified in the OUAC application form. Only information received by those dates will be considered part of the admission file. Applicants who are not Canadian citizens or landed immigrants may be admitted to the program for a BEd degree. Such persons are eligible for the Ontario Certificate of Qualification program where they show evidence of authorization to work in teaching in Canada. Such persons receive a Certificate of Qualification (Limited/Restricted), (Ont. Reg. 184). Because of the highly integrated nature of the program, candidates who have preregistered must be present for orientation and confirmation of registration. In addition to the general requirements, candidates for the BEd and certification to teach in Ontario must submit the following:
a)  a certificate of birth or baptism, or other acceptable proof of the date and place of birth;
b)  a certificate of change of name where applicable;
c)  proof of freedom from active tuberculosis (Ont. Reg. 184/97);
d)  be able to demonstrate an acceptable level of fluency and accuracy in spoken and written English; and/or attend an interview and/or submit a written résumé if requested;
e)  have a basic level of computer skills.
  Teacher candidates are required to select one of the following areas of concentration:
Primary/Junior (Grades K-6)
Candidates are encouraged to have an area of concentration related to school curricula. Some preference will be given to Primary/Junior candidates with a major in Child and Youth Studies.
Candidates must have completed Grade 12 advanced or, under the new curriculum, university or university/college preparation courses in Canadian geography or Canadian history (or similar courses that emphasize Canadian content), mathematics, science and English. For those candidates who have not completed these secondary school courses, the following university courses or equivalents will be accepted:
MATH 2P52 Principles of Mathematics for Primary and Junior Teachers or other Mathematics course
ESCI 1P10 Principles of Science for Primary and Junior Teachers or other Science context credit
LING 2P10 Fundamentals of English Grammar
GEOG 2P03, 2P06, 2P50 or other one-half Canadian geography credit or one-half Canadian history credit
Teacher candidates are also encouraged to take arts and physical education courses.
Junior/Intermediate (Grades 4-10)
Candidates wishing to specialize in grades 4-10 must identify one teachable subject at the Junior/Intermediate level. Candidates must have at least three credits, averaging 75 percent, in one of the teachable subjects listed below. At least one credit must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above. In most cases, only courses eligible to meet requirements for major programs can be counted in support of teachable subjects. Exceptions: BIOL 1F25, CHEM 1P00, ERSC 1F90, MATH 1F92.
The following guidelines will be used in evaluating teachable subject requirements:
- Dramatic Arts - Creativity-based practical work courses with a reflective component are required. A maximum of 1.0 credit in theory-based courses, history of theatre/drama/dramatic literature
- English - A minimum of 1.0 credit in English literature/poetry.
- French (second language) - 2.0 credits must be in grammar/composition, both of which must be given in French. A maximum of 1.0 credit in translation.
- Geography - 0.5 credit or the equivalent must be in Canadian geography. A maximum of 1.0 credit in Earth Sciences/Environmental Studies.
- History - 1.0 credit must be in Canadian history. A maximum of 1.0 credit in history of art. A maximum of 1.0 credit in Greek/Roman civilization.
- Mathematics - A maximum of 1.0 credit in statistics.
- Music (Vocal) - A maximum of 1.0 credit in the history of music.
- Physical and Health Education -2.0 credits must be activity-based courses in Physical Education. 1.0 credit in courses related to Health Studies is required.
- Science-General - 2.0 credits in one subject from Biology, Chemistry, or Physics (including Astronomy). The remaining 1.0 credit may be from one of these subjects not used, or from Earth Sciences or Environmental Science.
- Visual Arts - Studio-based course credits are required. A maximum of 1.0 credit from film, photography, architecture, fashion, or history of art.
f)  Intermediate/Senior (Grades 7-12)
  At the Intermediate/Senior level, candidates must identify two teachable subjects. Candidates should consider a second teachable subject distinctly different from the first teachable. Candidates must have at least five credits, averaging 75 percent, in a first teachable subject and three credits, averaging 70 percent, in a second teachable subject. In most cases, only courses eligible to meet requirements for major/minor programs can be counted in support of teachable subjects. For the first teachable subject, at least three of the five credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above. For the second teachable, at least one of the three credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above. Each credit or equivalent may be counted for one teachable subject only. Teacher candidates should consider a second teachable from a subject area that is distinctly different from the first teachable subject area.
The following guidelines will be used in evaluating teachable subject requirements:
Business Studies-Accounting - For first and second teachable, a maximum of 1.0 credit in business law. All other credits must be in accounting.
- Business Studies-Marketing and Merchandising - For a first teachable, a maximum of 1.0 credit in Economics. At least 3.0 credits from any of the following: Business Ethics; Organizations; Entrepreneurship; Management; Marketing. For second teachable, a maximum of 1.0 credit in Economics. At least 2.0 credits from any of the following: Business Ethics; Organizations; Entrepreneurship; Management; Marketing.
- Business Studies-Information Management (Information Technology) - For first teachable, a minimum of 2.0 credits in information technology applications for business (e.g. Business courses in computer applications, database management, information systems, spreadsheet applications, or networking). The remaining 3.0 credits from Business Ethics; Organizations; Entrepreneurship; Management; Marketing. For second teachable, a minimum of 2.0 credits in information technology applications for business. The remaining 1.0 credit from Business Ethics; Organizations; Entrepreneurship; Management; Marketing.
- Computer Science - For first teachable, all 5.0 credits must be in computer and information science related to software design and programming; problem solving; logic and design. For second teachable, all 3.0 credits must be in computer and information science related to software design and programming; problem solving; logic and design.
- Dramatic Arts - For first and second teachable, creativity-based practical work courses with a reflective component are required. A maximum of 1.0 credit in theory-based courses, history of theatre/drama/dramatic literature.
- English (first language) - For first teachable, a minimum of 1.0 credit in English literature/poetry. At least 1.0 credit in Canadian content preferred. For second teachable, a minimum of 1.0 credit in English literature/poetry. At least 1.0 credit in Canadian content preferred.
- French (second language) - For first and second teachable, 2.0 credits must be in grammar/composition, both of which must be given in French. A maximum of 1.0 credit in translation.
- Geography - For first and second teachable, 0.5 credit in Canadian geography is required. A maximum of 1.0 credit in Earth Sciences/Environmental Studies.
- History - For first and second teachable, 1.0 credit in Canadian history is required. A maximum of 1.0 credit in history of art. A maximum of 1.0 credit in Greek/Roman civilization.
- International Languages - German - For first and second teachables, 2.0 credits must be in grammar/composition, both of which must be given in German. A maximum of 1.0 credit in translation.
- International Languages - Italian - For first and second teachable, 2.0 credits must be in grammar/composition, both of which must be given in Italian. A maximum of 1.0 credit in translation.
- International Languages - Spanish - For first and second teachable, 2.0 credits must be in grammar/composition, both of which must be given in Spanish. A maximum of 1.0 credit in translation.
- Mathematics - For first teachable, a maximum of 2.0 credits in statistics. For second teachable, a maximum of 1.0 credit in statistics.
- Physical and Health Education - For first and second teachable, 2.0 credits must be activity-based courses in Physical Education. 1.0 credit in courses related to Health Studies is required.
- Science - Biology - For first and second teachable, a maximum of 1.0 credit in Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, or Biomechanics.
- Science - Chemistry - For first and second teachable, Biochemistry courses may be accepted.
- Science - General - For first teachable, 3.0 credits must be from Biology, Chemistry, or Physics (including Astronomy) with a minimum of 2.0 credits in one subject and 1.0 credit in one of the other subjects. The remaining 2.0 credits may be from any of these subjects or from Earth Sciences or Environmental Science. For second teachable, 2.0 credits must be from Biology, Chemistry, or Physics (including Astronomy). 1.0 credit may be from one of the subjects not used or from Earth Sciences or Environmental Science. If applicants wish to declare Biology, Chemistry, or Physics as a first or second teachable subject, they may only do so with the science subject not used for the Science-General teachable.
- Science - Physics - For first teachable, all 5.0 credits must be in Physics related to: Electricity; Energy, Work, Power, Matter and Energy; Forces and Motion; Gravitation; Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems; Magnetism; Waves-Light and Sound. A maximum of 1.0 credit in Astronomy. For second teachable, all 3.0 credits must be in Physics related to the topics listed above. A maximum of 1.0 credit in Astronomy.
- Visual Arts - For first and second teachable, studio-based course credits are required. A maximum of 1.0 credit from film, photography, architecture, fashion, or history of art.
f)  Due to limited capacity, not all subjects may be offered in any one year, amd given the Faculty's need to respond to teacher shortages, special priority may be given to areas of high need.
  Technological Education Intermediate/Senior (Grades 7-12)
Candidates must also submit the following before classes begin:
a)  a full résumé
b)  evidence of academic qualifications satisfactory to the University
  There are two streams in this program.
1.  Design and Technology Stream
  Candidates must hold a degree from a recognized university and proven aptitude. The degree must include at least three credits in an academic teachable subject. Candidates also must have a definite interest and experience in technology.
Technological Studies Stream Candidates Holding a Degree
Applicants who hold a degree from a recognized university must meet the following admission requirements:
a)  Competence in one area of Technological Studies at both the basic and related advanced level or both areas of Technological Studies at the basic level.
b)  One of:
i)  a combination of education related to the area or areas of technological studies selected as options in the program of professional education beyond that referred to in clause (a) and business or industrial experience in the area or areas of technological studies selected as options in the program of technological studies that totals five years, including at least 2 years of wage-earning experience, no less than 16 months of which is continuous employment
ii)  at least 3700 hours of wage-earning experience and successful completion of a post-secondary education program acceptable to the College of Teachers that includes at least 24 months of academic studies, if the wage-earning experience and the education program are related to the area or areas of technological studies selected as options in the program of professional education.
c)  A Certificate of Qualification (trade certificate/licence) from the regulated and provincially licenced trades that is associated with manufacturing, transportation, or construction, or equivalent work related experience for hospitality services, technological design and communications.
  Work experience must be supported by sworn statements or official documents on company letterhead from personnel managers and/or other appropriate persons and must specify the nature of the work and experience, and years and months of experience. Experience must be in the subject area or areas in which the teacher candidate wishes to teach.
Self-employed applicants must provide an official sworn statement attesting to the specific nature and duration of their work experience, including a letter from their accountant. They will also be interviewed by which they will be able to demonstrate or prove their competency in a specific technology area.
Technological Studies Stream Candidates Not Holding a Degree
Applicants holding a minimum of a two-year diploma from a College of Applied Arts and Technology or equivalent (a minimum of 16 months post-secondary education), and meeting all other admissions criteria as outlined above, may be considered for admission to the Technological Studies stream.
Preference will be given to those applicants who hold a degree. Those admitted without a degree will be eligible to receive a Certificate in Education.
Enterprise Education Intermediate/Senior (Grades 7-12)
Candidates must have at least five credits, averaging 75 percent, in one teachable area (see Clarification of Teachable Subjects for Business Studies) and three credits, averaging 70 percent, in a second teachable subject as listed under program components. During the pre-service year, each candidate will participate in two tutorials, one in each teachable subject.
Native Teacher Education
Aboriginal candidates who hold an undergraduate degree may apply to the regular pre-service education program.
Primary/Junior Certificate Program
Aboriginal candidates may be admitted to this program with Grade 12 or equivalent.
Native as a Second Language Certificate Program
Candidates must be fluent in a Native language.
Teacher Education Program for Intermediate/Senior Teachers in Independent Schools
Admission is limited to Intermediate/Senior level teachers from select independent schools, who have completed a first degree acceptable to Brock University with an average of at least B on the best 10 university credits. Only candidates with an undergraduate or advance degree with at least 5.0 credits averaging 75 percent in the first teachable subject and 70 percent in the second teachable subject will be considered. Experience requirements include at least three years of full-time teaching experience at the Intermediate/Senior level and a professional letter of reference from the current employer.
 
Program Components and Requirements Go to top of document
1.  Teaching methods designed to meet individual needs of pupils.
2.  The acts and regulations governing education.
3.  A review of the curriculum guidelines related to all of the divisions and a study of curriculum development.
4.  At least 10 weeks of practical experience in schools. Enterprise Education teacher candidates will also complete at least 4 weeks practicum in a community or business organization.
  The program requirements as outlined may be met through the successful completion of compulsory and options courses. For full-time teacher candidates, these courses are co-requisite and must be taken concurrently.
Note: teacher candidates will be required to attend some off-campus courses and programs. Transportation to these courses and programs is the responsibility of the teacher candidate.
Candidates specializing in Grades 4-10 must identify one teachable subject at the Junior/Intermediate level. Depending on their undergraduate major, Junior/Intermediate certification recommendations will be as follows:
Dramatic Arts
English
French (second language)
Geography
History
Mathematics
Music-Vocal
Physical and Health Education
Science-General
Visual Arts
Candidates specializing in Grades 7-12 will participate in two courses, one in each teachable subject (courses in the range of EDUC 8P65-8P90, 8F76). Teaching subjects offered are as follows:
Business Studies-Accounting
Business Studies/Marketing and Merchandising
Business Studies-Information Management (Information Technology)
Computer Science
Dramatic Arts
English (first language)
French
Geography
History
International Languages-Italian
International Languages-Spanish
International Languages-German
Mathematics
Physical and Health Education
Religious Education
Science-Biology
Science-Chemistry
Science-General
Science-Physics
Visual Arts
Technological Education Methodology courses are offered at the Basic (grades 9 and 10) level and the Advanced (grades 11 and 12) level and consist of 40 contact hours. Students are placed in a Basic or Advanced course according to their technological background and ability. Teaching subjects offered are as follows:
Communications Technology
Electronic Communications Technology
Graphic Communications Technology
Live Communications Technology
Computer Technology
Computer Engineering Technology
Computer and Information Technology
Construction Technology
Commercial Construction Technology
Industrial Construction Technology
Recreational Construction Technology
Residential Construction Technology
Hospitality Services
Food Preparation
Tourism
Travel and Accommodation
Manufacturing Technology
Manufacturing Process Technology
Process and Production Planning Technology
Product Design Technology
Personal Services
Child Care Services
Geriatric Care Services
Health Care Services
Personal Grooming Services
Technological Design
Design Systems Technology
Problem Solving Technology Process Technology
Real World Applications of Technology
Transportation Technology
Freight Transportation Systems Technology
Mass Transit Systems Technology
Personal Transportation Technology
Candidates in the Design and Technology stream must take EDUC 8R98 as the first teachable subject and select a second teachable subject from EDUC 8P65-8P90 or EDUC 8F76 (if French as a teachable) (Schedule A of Ont. Reg. 184, Ontario Teacher Qualifications.)
 
Program Notes Go to top of document
1.  EDUC 8F76 and one-half credit is required for teacher candidates with French as a Second Language as one of the teachable subjects.  
2.  Must be chosen from the areas of communications, computer, construction, manufacturing, transportation, hospitality services, personal services and technological design. One teachable subject must be a broad-based technology and one must be a related course. One or both subjects taken at the Basic (grades 9 and 10) level and only one may be taken at the Advanced (grades 11 and 12) level, depending on the extent of technological ability as determined by the Program Co-ordinator.  
Primary/Junior Go to top of document
EDUC 8L09, 8P30, 8P33, 8Y04, 8Y05, 8Y31, 8Y36, 8Y38, 8Y39, 8Y61 and 8Y63 EDUC 8F08 or 8F09  
Junior/Intermediate Go to top of document
EDUC 8F08, 8L09, 8P20, 8P23, 8Y04, 8Y05, 8Y21, 8Y26, 8Y28, 8Y29, 8Y61 and 8Y63  
Intermediate Senior Go to top of document
EDUC 8D10, 8L09, 8P04, 8P06, 8Y04 and 8Y05 one credit from EDUC 8F76, 8P65, 8P66, 8P67, 8P68, 8P69, 8P72, 8P73, 8P74, 8P77, 8P80, 8P81, 8P82, 8P83, 8P84, 8P86, 8P87, 8P88, 8P90 (see program note 1)  
Technological Education Go to top of document
Phase I Taken at the Hamilton Board of Education
- EDUC 9F24 and 9F25
Phase II Technological Studies stream
- EDUC 8D10, 8L09, 8P04, 8P06, 8Y04 and 8Y05
- one credit from EDUC 8R00-8R67 (see program note 2)
Design and Technology stream
- EDUC 8D10, 8L09, 8P04, 8P06, 8R98, 8Y04 and 8Y05
- one of EDUC 8F76, 8P65, 8P66, 8P67, 8P68, 8P69, 8P72, 8P73, 8P74, 8P77, 8P80, 8P81, 8P82, 8P83, 8P84, 8P86, 8P87, 8P88, 8P90
Enterprise Education Extended Program
- EDUC 8D10, 8L09, 8P04, 8P06, 8P61, 8P64, 8Y04 and 8Y05
- one credit from EDUC 8F76, 8P65, 8P66, 8P67, 8P68, 8P69, 8P72, 8P73, 8P74, 8P77, 8P80, 8P81, 8P82, 8P83, 8P84, 8P86, 8P87, 8P88, 8P90 (see program note 1)
Certificate in Enterprise Education
- EDUC 6F91, 6F92 and 6F93
Independent School Teachers
- EDUC 8L09, 8P04, 8P06, 8P08, 8P10, 8P42, 8P61, 8P64, 8Y04, 8Y05
 
Description of Courses Go to top of document
Note that not all courses are offered in every session. Refer to the applicable term timetable for details. # Indicates a cross listed course * Indicates primary offering of a cross listed course  
Prerequisites and Restrictions Go to top of document
Students must check to ensure that prerequisites are met. Students may be deregistered, at the request of the instructor, from any course for which prerequisites and/or restrictions have not been met.  
Enterprise Education Certificate courses Go to top of document
EDUC 6F91 Enterprise Studies Introduction to the philosophy, principles and methodology of enterprise education through examination of materials in Enterprise Education at the local, national and international levels. Lectures, seminar, fieldwork, 20 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Enterprise Education Extended Program. Note: this course runs for 4 weeks in July/August. EDUC 6F92 Enterprise Education and Teaching Application of enterprise education to school curriculum and teaching; focus on the Ontario provincial curriculum guidelines; models for school/community partnerships. Lectures, seminar, fieldwork. 20 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Enterprise Education Extended Program. Note: this course runs for 4 weeks in July/August. EDUC 6F93 Journey into Enterprise Identification of entrepreneurial opportunities and ventures; experience in developing an entrepreneurial plan; practicum in a business or community organization. Lectures, seminar, workshops, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Enterprise Education Extended Program. Note: internship of 4 weeks.  
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EDUC 8D10 Instructional Strategies: Intermediate/Senior Planning and implementation, management, instructional approaches, curriculum development and delivery and current issues. Integrated with internship/practicum (EDUC 8L09), requiring close collaboration and interaction with students and teachers. Observation, experience in the classroom, time management, self- and peer-evaluation and practical application of pedagogical theory. Independent projects, tutoring, reflection and journal writing. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week; plus practicum. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program. Co-requisite: EDUC 8L09. Note: credit will not be given for this course unless EDUC 8L09 is successfully completed. EDUC 8F08 Teaching Techniques for the Classroom Components of the act of teaching identified and presented in a modular format. The student is guided through a series of specified tasks to practice and gain mastery in each of the required teaching skills. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week; plus practicum. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Co-requisite: EDUC 8L09. Note: credit will not be given for this course unless EDUC 8L09 is successfully completed. EDUC 8F09 Instructional Strategies: Early Primary For candidates focussing on early primary education. Methods developed specifically for early primary education and for the junior level. Topics presented in collaboration with practising early childhood teachers include play-based early childhood learning environments, literature-based theme planning, observation through journals, emergent literacy. Teacher-led sessions on play-based learning. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week; plus practicum. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors. Co-requisite: EDUC 8L09. Note: credit will not be given for this course unless EDUC 8L09 is successfully completed. EDUC 8F11 Instructional Strategies Intermediate/Senior Sequential to EDUC 8P08. Reflection upon and application of experience in preceding practicum in areas of planning, management, methodological approaches, current social and educational issues and evaluation processes. Integrated workshops/seminars in context of continued practical experience in schools. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week Restriction: open to students admitted to the French Teaching Specialization Education program and BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Co-requisite: EDUC 8L09. Note: credit will not be given for this course unless EDUC 8L09 is successfully completed. EDUC 8F76 French as a Second Language: Intermediate/Senior The theory of and approaches to teaching and learning a second language; the methodological approaches involved in teaching French as a second language at the intermediate and senior levels. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the French Teaching Specialization Education, Intermediate/Senior programs, and BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8L09 Principles and Practices for Professional Certification Practical experiences in observing and teaching in schools; includes teaching centre/internship activities. These are integrated with courses, (one of EDUC 8F08, 8D10, 8F11, 8P16) through reflective practice, analysis and guided application. Lectures, seminar, 5.5 hours per week; plus practicum. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education, French Teaching Specialization, Pre-service Education and Technological Studies Education programs, and to BA CHYS ( Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior, BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Co-requisite: one of EDUC 8D10, 8F08, 8F11, 8P16. Note: students will be guided in practice teaching for at least 10 weeks throughout the year. Successful completion of the in-school practice teaching is required. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8D09. EDUC 8P02 Diversity Issues in Schooling Issues and directions in a diverse society and their impact in the classroom; includes classism, racism, multiculturalism, ablism and sexism; roles and strategies leading to the goal of equity. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 2P65. EDUC 8P04 Student Assessment Enhancement of prospective teachers' skills in measurement and evaluation emphasizing teacher-made tests. Types, purposes and interpretations of standardized tests and issues and concerns related to testing and measurement. Authentic or alternative assessment and classroom, school and regional evaluation. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Intermediate/Senior program. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 4P02. EDUC 8P06 Classroom Dynamics: Teaching and Learning Basic principles of child development and learning which guide the teacher in making decisions about classroom performance. Topics include perception of self, motivation, conditioning, cognition, intelligence and creativity and general principles of human development and behaviour modification. Modular approach with lecture, independent study, seminar simulations and guided classroom observations. Lectures, seminar, practicum, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Intermediate/Senior and Technological Studies Education programs. EDUC 8P08 Instructional Strategies I Planning and preparatory aspects of teaching, addressing the ongoing process of diagnosis as essential to such elements of instruction as motivation, classroom management and discipline within the expository discussion and inquiry models of teaching. Seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the French Teaching Specialization and Native Teacher Education programs, and BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 10.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P10 Instructional Strategies II Sequential to EDUC 8P08. Planning, management, methodological approaches, social and educational issues, evaluation processes. Seminar, 4 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education and Teachers in Independent Schools program. EDUC 8P11 Computers in Education Overview of computer technology as it presently exists in many school systems. Examination of computer software packages and evaluation of their use for application in effective curriculum design. Technology across the curriculum, word processing, software evaluation, and the application of spreadsheets and data bases. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education Certificate program. EDUC 8P13 French as a Second Language for Pre-service Teachers Introduction to basic principles of teaching French as a Second Language. May include lesson and unit development and pedagogical approaches. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week; plus at least a three-week practicum in FSL teaching. Restriction: open to students admitted to Junior/Intermediate program with French as a teachable subject and BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) with French as a teachable with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Note: course credit will not be given without a successful three-week supervised practicum in FSL teaching. EDUC 8P14 Classroom Dynamics for Concurrent Education Students Readings, discussions, role plays, and problem-solving exercises focussed on classroom management, assessment and evaluation based on principles of teaching and learning. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 4.0 overall credits, BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 10.0 overall credits, BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BA (Honours) Integrated Studies/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc (Honours) Integrated Studies/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8Y61 and 8Y63. EDUC 8P15 Foundational Methods in Teaching, Learning and Schooling Exploration of commonplaces of education, qualities of teaching and methods as related to the Ethical Standards and the Standards of Practice of the Ontario College of Teachers. Connections between theory, experience and reflective practices using narrative inquiry approaches. Progressive and constructivist theory and philosophy. Lectures, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 10.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P16 Foundational Methods of Curriculum Connections between theory, practice and reflection to observation and experiences in school field placements. Foundational components of curriculum and exploration of classroom strategies as related to the Ontario Curriculum and to philosophy of education. Lectures, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Prerequisite: EDUC 8P15. Co-requisite: EDUC 8L09. Note: credit will not be given for this course unless EDUC 8L09 is successfully completed. EDUC 8P20 Junior/Intermediate Language Basic principles of language learning are examined and applied to the teaching of listening, speaking, reading and writing as interrelated abilities. Emphasis on using language in a variety of contexts for different purposes and audiences, and on the developmental nature of language learning. Teaching strategies which encourage language use across the curriculum and the world outside of school. Lectures, seminar, 2.5 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Junior/Intermediate program, and to BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BA (Honours) Integrated Studies/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P23 Junior/Intermediate Arts An introduction to education in and through the arts (dramatic arts, music, visual arts and dance) as defined in provincial documents. Examples of methods for integration of common components of form, function, meaning and communication are presented, with practical applications across the arts, the broader school curriculum and the life of students in the junior and intermediate grades. Lectures, seminar, 2.5 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Junior/Intermediate program, and to BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P28 Special Topics in Junior/Intermediate Education Topics selected vary on the basis of specific areas of instructional expertise and candidate interest. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. EDUC 8P30 Primary/Junior Language Strategies for the development of communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Emphasis on the use of language for learning and thinking across the curriculum. The role and purpose of children's literature in enhancing the learning to read process. Lectures, seminar, 2.5 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education and Primary/Junior programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Note: offered as a summer course for the Native Teacher Education Program. EDUC 8P33 Primary/Junior Arts Introduction to education in and through the arts (dramatic arts, music, visual arts and dance) as defined in provincial documents. Examples of methods for integration of common components of form, function, meaning and communication, with practical applications across the arts, the broader school curriculum and the life of students in the primary and junior grades. Lectures, seminar, 2.5 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education and Primary/Junior programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 10.0 overall credits and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Note: offered as a summer course for the Native Teacher Education programs. EDUC 8P35 Children's Literature Various genres of children's literature; a variety of methods for integration into the curriculum at primary, junior and intermediate levels. Specific reference to both Canadian and multicultural selections. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors, BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P36 Arts (Advanced) Issues and directions in contemporary arts education, with a concentration on planning for a primary, junior or intermediate level, according to the precepts in provincial curriculum documents and on serving the learner as well as the subject. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P37 Mathematics, Science, and Technology (Advanced) Current issues and trends in mathematics, science and technology education, focussing on changes in curriculum, instructional strategies and assessment practices for Primary/Junior/Intermediate students. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P38 Special Topics in Primary/Junior Education Topics selected vary on the basis of specific areas of instructional expertise and candidate interest. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. EDUC 8P39 Personal and Social Studies (Advanced) The interconnections between current events and social studies, guidance and physical education as these relate to the four broad categories outlined in provincial curriculum documents; meaningful participation of individuals in society; understanding diversity and valuing equity; understanding systems and functioning in the age of information. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P40 Family Literacy and Parent Involvement in Education Current research and practice in the fields of family literacy and parent involvement in education. Students will apply their knowledge to investigate specific school practices for family literacy development and to design practical, school-based parent involvement strategies. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P41 Societal Issues and Schooling How current societal issues (e.g., child abuse, drug use) influence the schooling environment, students' lives and teachers' lives. The impact of selected issues on curriculum, teaching and learning with the intent of creating interventions for change in the classroom. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P42 Reflection on Practice Classroom interactions in relation to beliefs, values and pedagogy. Students will plan classroom actions, act, observe their plans in action and reflect on the results before using the experience to replan. The reflective process will include both group interactions and individual responses. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Students completing this course will forfeit credit in EDUC 4P03. EDUC 8P43 Adult Education A comparative study of pedagogy and androgogy focussing on what teachers may learn from various comparisons to inform their decisions about how to teach at elementary and secondary school levels. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P44 Gender Issues Students will be encouraged to confront their own assumptions, family roles, cultural conditions and stereotypes related to gender, sexuality and power; to reflect on how such experiences and biases affect the classroom environment and schooling; and to become aware of strategies intended to bring about change and positive role modeling. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P45 Teaching in the Inner City Population of inner city schools and how they might differ from suburban schools, and how social needs have affected the school's academic function and the relationship between teachers, pupils and parents. Concepts such as equity and equality, social and economic class, urban life, multiculturalism, culture, family, cultural capital, poverty, disadvantage, change and empowerment are included. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P47 Outdoor Education Strategies and curriculum related to environmental education. Students will be expected to participate in a variety of school-related outdoor education experiences. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P48 Teaching on Reserves Native pedagogy and curriculum necessary for effective instruction on both northern and southern Ontario reserves. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education Certificate Program, Pre-service Education, and to BA/BEd, BPhEd/BEd and BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P61 Technology, Change and the Curriculum Historical and current technological changes that impact the school curriculum; accommodation of and resistance to incorporation in the curriculum; the ethics of adopting technology. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Enterprise Education Extended and Teachers in Independent Schools program. EDUC 8P64 Guidance and Career Education Prevailing theories of career development applied to guidance programs and practices in Ontario schools. Lectures, seminar, field work, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Enterprise Education Extended and Teachers in Independent Schools Program. EDUC 8P65 Marketing and Merchandising: Intermediate/Senior Teaching methods and curriculum materials for marketing and other resources for information management courses in secondary schools. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimumof 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P66 Information Management: Intermediate/Senior Teaching methods and curriculum materials and other resources for information management courses in secondary schools. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P67 Accounting: Intermediate/Senior Teaching methods and curriculum materials for accounting courses in secondary schools. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P68 Data Processing: Intermediate/Senior Teaching methods and curriculum materials for courses in data processing in the secondary schools. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P69 Science (Physics): Intermediate/Senior Teaching physics in secondary schools; examination of Ontario Ministry, board and school curriculum documents and other resources. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P71 Co-operative Education Survey of co-operative education programs currently in place in Ontario secondary schools with reference to the OCT stance and guidelines; school/workplace articulation; outcomes for the students assessed within the framework of experiential learning. Seminar, field work, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Enterprise Education Extended Program. EDUC 8P72 Computer Science: Intermediate/Senior Implementing computer science skills and methods of instruction in a secondary classroom; integrating use of the computer into any department; detailed look at computer science and technology. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P73 Theatre Arts: Intermediate/Senior The purposes of a theatre program in schools and the practice of skills required for managing a theatre class. Practical experience in theatre work or some formal training at the post secondary level is required. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P74 English (First Language): Intermediate/Senior Development of teaching methodology and a personal philosophy of education through active participation and preparation of course material; may include research on the development of curricular units that deal with poetry, the short story, the novel, use and impact of the media. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P75 Individual in Society: Intermediate/Senior Knowledge or related curriculum guidelines K - 12 and pertaining to teaching courses to develop remedial, regular and advanced programs and to evaluate student achievement. issues and concerns. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P77 Geography: Intermediate/Senior Development of a working knowledge of the skills, procedures and content involved in teaching geography at the secondary school level. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P78 International Languages (German): Intermediate/Senior Theory of and approaches to teaching and learning a second language; methological approaches involved in teaching German at the Intermediate and Senior levels. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P80 International Languages (Italian): Intermediate/Senior Theory of and approaches to teaching and learning a second language; methological approaches involved in teaching Italian at the Intermediate and Senior levels. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P81 Mathematics: Intermediate/Senior Teaching techniques and curriculum materials in mathematics with some focus on teaching mathematics to general level students. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P82 Physical and Health Education: Intermediate/Senior Philosophy of physical and health education in grades 7-12; limitations on the physical education program, management in the different learning areas, curriculum and teaching methods and use of audio-visual aids in health education. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P83 Science (General): Intermediate/Senior Teaching science in the intermediate and senior division; examination of Ontario ministry, board and school curriculum documents and other resources. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P84 Visual Arts: Intermediate/Senior Studio activity, skills and art forms appropriate for students in grades 7-12; course planning and teaching methods for group and individual activities in the classroom. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Note: experience or course work in studio art is a helpful background. EDUC 8P85 Religious Knowledge: Intermediate/Senior History and development of religious education as an academic discipline; curriculum for grades 7-12 and methods for teaching that curriculum. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P86 Science (Biology): Intermediate/Senior Teaching biology in secondary schools; examination of Ontario Ministry, board and school curriculum documents and other resources. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P87 Science (Chemistry): Intermediate/Senior Teaching chemistry in secondary schools; examination of Ontario Ministry, board and school curriculum documents and other resources. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P88 History: Intermediate/Senior Nature of history in the secondary school program emphasizing development of history skills, curriculum design, analysis of subject guidelines from grades 7-12. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P90 International Languages (Spanish): Intermediate/Senior Theory of and approaches to teaching and learning a second language; methodological approaches involved in teaching Spanish at the Intermediate and Senior levels. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Intermediate/Senior program, and to BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8P91 Introduction to the Hodinohsonni Grammar for Teaching Rudiments of Hodinohsonni grammar and the way it is taught in a school setting emphasizing pronoun and verb morphologies. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per session. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education Certificate programs. EDUC 8P93 Introduction to the Hodinohsonni Language Teaching Methods Introduces active methods of second-language instruction using Hodinohsonni language samples. Student produced peer teaching and language tutoring. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per session. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education programs. EDUC 8P94 Materials Development for Language Teaching Students develop teaching materials suitable to their career settings and consistent with the language methods taught in the program. Reproducible materials are distributed to all students. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per session. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education programs. EDUC 8P96 Advanced Languages Teaching Methods Designed for teachers of advanced-level NSL proficiency. Methods for improving oral fluency, developing formal registers and teaching grammar and literature are demonstrated. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per session. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education programs. EDUC 8P97 Advanced Hodinohsonni Grammar for Teaching Hodinohsonni grammars differ fundamentally from English, and bilingual teachers need to understand the differences. The course uses contrastive analysis to illustrate grammatical difficulties of NSL learners. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per session. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education Certificate programs. EDUC 8P98 Instructional Practice Students apply the methods developed in EDUC 8P99 in a classroom setting. Videotapes of their teaching performance are used for self- and peer-evaluation. Labs, 40-hours. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education Certificate programs. EDUC 8P99 Intensive Language Teaching Methods Intensive methods of second language teaching emphasizes high learner involvement in communicative language use. Methods such as total physical response and language experience are demonstrated. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per session. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education programs. EDUC 8R00 The Teaching of Electronic Communications Technology (Basic) May include television production, editing and transmission (airwaves and cable); audio recording and amplification; telephone, facsimile, computer modem and other communications devices. Transmission and receiving of communications signals using radio waves, line-of-sight signals, microwaves, satellites, fibre optics, cable or any other means as part of the communications system. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R01 The Teaching of Live Communications Technology (Basic) May include photography (moving and still) and stage productions. Lighting, art work, carpentry (set design and construction) and other aspects of the problem solving and design challenges of creating illusions and functional environments for the live communications systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R02 The Teaching of Graphic Communication Technology (Basic) Print materials, desktop publishing, computer graphics, drafting methods and printing systems may all form part of the graphic communications systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R03 The Teaching of Communications Technology (Advanced) Overview of the communication industry; the technical knowledge and skills required to teach such component areas as television and video production, art, broadcasting, photography, computer communication and print and graphic production at the senior level. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 9G10. EDUC 8R05 The Teaching of Electronic Communications Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of television production, editing and transmission (airwaves and cable), audio recording and amplification, telephone, facsimile, computer modem and other communications devices. Transmission and receiving of communication signals using radio waves, line-of-sight signals, microwaves, satellites, fibre optics, cable and other means of communication. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R06 The Teaching of Live Communications Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of photography (moving and still) and stage productions. Lighting, art work, carpentry (set design and construction) and other aspects of the problem solving and design challenges of creating illusions and functional environments for the live communications systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R07 The Teaching of Graphic Communication Technology (Advanced) In-depth study of print materials, desktop publishing, computer graphics, drafting methods, printing systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R10 The Teaching of Residential Construction Technology (Basic) May include house and cottage designs, multi-family dwellings, construction techniques and electrical and water installation, utility systems, sewage and waste disposal, internal environmental system and rural/urban comparisons. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R11 The Teaching of Commercial Construction Technology (Basic) May include zoning regulations, stores, gas and service stations, office buildings, farm buildings, construction techniques, utility systems, sewage and waste disposal and internal and external environmental systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R12 The Teaching of Industrial Construction Technology (Basic) May include zoning regulations, types of buildings, construction techniques, utility systems and sewage and waste disposal systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R13 The Teaching of Recreational Construction Technology (Basic) Recreational building or facilities construction which may include arenas, sports stadiums, boat storage facilities and docks and marinas. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R15 The Teaching of Residential Construction Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of house and cottage designs, multi-family dwellings, construction techniques and electrical and water installation, utility systems, sewage and waste disposal, internal environmental system and rural/urban comparisons. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R16 The Teaching of Commercial Construction Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of zoning regulations, stores, gas and service stations, office buildings, farm buildings, construction techniques, utility systems, sewage and waste disposal and internal and external environmental systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R17 The Teaching of Industrial Construction Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of zoning regulations, types of buildings, construction techniques, utility systems and sewage and waste disposal systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R18 The Teaching of Recreational Construction Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of arenas, sports stadiums, boat storage facilities, docks and marinas. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R19 The Teaching of Technological Design (Advanced) In-depth study of a variety of design processes that may be used in solving any technological challenge or problem. It builds on and forms a continuum with the science and technology programs in grades 7 and 8 and the Integrated Technology program in grade 9. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R20 The Teaching of Design Systems Technology (Basic) Exposes the candidates to diverse and complex design problems and processes and includes study of a variety of design strategies that may be used to solve any technological problem or challenge. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R21 The Teaching of Process Technology (Basic) Includes the workshop conversion of a representative product design into a functional product. A knowledge of materials, manipulation and application of machine tools and logical manufacturing processes is required to produce working models and/or prototypes. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R22 The Teaching of Problem-solving Technology (Basic) Candidates should be capable of identifying their own design problems and developing optimum solutions independently or as a member of a design and problem-solving group. Much of the program and process planning will require a co-operative and collaborative involvement. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R23 The Teaching of Applications of Technology (Basic) Candidates will be provided with opportunities to integrate their own real world experiences with those of their colleagues. This activity will permit the candidates to apply, using theoretical and practical means, a variety of design processes that may be used to solve technological challenges and problems in the areas of communications, construction, hospitality services, manufacturing, personal services and transportation. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R25 The Teaching of Design Systems Technology (Advanced) In-depth study of a variety of design strategies that may be used to solve any technological problem or challenge. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R26 The Teaching of Process Technology (Advanced) In-depth study of the workshop conversion of a representative product design into a functional product. Knowledge of materials, manipulation and application of machine tools and logical manufacturing processes is required to produce working models and/or prototypes. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R27 The Teaching of Problem-solving Technology (Advanced) Candidates identify their own design problems and develop optimum solutions independently or as a member of a design and problem-solving group. Much of the program and process planning require a co-operative and collaborative involvement. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R28 The Teaching of Applications of Technology (Advanced) Candidates are provided with opportunities to integrate their own real world experiences with those of their colleagues. This activity permits the candidates to apply, using theoretical and practical means, a variety of design processes that may be used to solve technological challenges and problems in the areas of communications, computer, construction, hospitality services, manufacturing, personal services and transportation. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R29 Hospitality Services (Advanced) In-depth study of teaching strategies and skills required for the planning, operation and development of services for the study of tourism and guiding, travel and accommodation and food preparation and serving, plus other hospitality issues at the senior level. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R30 Tourism (Basic) May include wilderness travel, hunting and fishing, heritage attractions, communications and environmental issues. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R31 Travel and Accommodation (Basic) May include hotel management, travel booking systems and travel methods. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R32 Food Preparation (Basic) May include quantity food preparation, baking, the preparation of fast foods, gourmet cooking, table serving and restaurant management. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R35 Tourism (Advanced) Advanced program in tourism and guiding . May include an in-depth study of wilderness travel, hunting and fishing locations and access, heritage attractions, communications systems and environmental issues. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R36 Travel and Accommodation (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of hotel management, hotel reservation systems, travel booking systems and travel methods. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R37 Food Preparation (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of quantity food preparation, baking, the preparation of fast foods, gourmet cooking, table serving and restaurant management. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R39 Technology (Advanced) Overview of strategies for teaching control systems, engineering drafting design, foundry and moulding practice, industrial electronics, metal fabrication and precision machining at the senior level. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R40 The Teaching of Product Design Technology (Basic) May include drafting and design processes, statics and dynamics, kinematics and mechanisms, strength of materials, mechanics of materials and structures, and cost analysis and product marketing and sales. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R41 The Teaching of Process and Production Planning Technology (Basic) May include conventional and production machine tools, materials handling, control systems including hydraulics, pneumatics, PLC's, heat treatment of metals, CAD/CAM systems, flow charts, Program Evaluation and Review Techniques (PERT) systems, statistical quality control and product control procedures. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R42 The Teaching of Manufacturing Process Technology (Basic) May include the cutting (shearing), forming, bending, removal, joining and finishing of solid materials and the chemical, thermal and physical change to liquid and gaseous materials. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R45 The Teaching of Product Design Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of drafting and design processes, statics and dynamics, kinematics and mechanisms, strength of materials, mechanics of materials, and structures, and cost analysis and product marketing and sales. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R46 The Teaching of Process and Production Planning Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of conventional and production machine tools; materials handling; control systems including hydraulics, pneumatics, PLC's, heat treatment of metals, CAD/CAM systems, flow charts, Program Evaluation and Review Techniques (PERT) systems, statistical quality control and product control procedures. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R47 The Teaching of Manufacturing Process Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of the cutting (shearing), forming, bending, removal, joining and finishing of solid materials and the chemical, thermal and physical change to liquid and gaseous materials. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R49 Personal Services (Advanced) Overview of the personal services industry. Teaching strategies and skills required at the senior level for the planning, operation and development of services for the study of health care, personal grooming, child care and geriatric care. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R50 Health Care Services (Basic) May include biotechnology, home care, dental care, nursing fundamentals, dietary study and rules, exercise and disease prevention. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R51 Personal Grooming Services (Basic) May include hair care and styling, make-up and manicures and personal hygiene. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R52 Child Care Services (Basic) May include prenatal and postnatal care, growth and development, childhood illnesses, parental responsibilities and nutrition. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R53 Geriatric Care Services (Basic) May include disabilities and diseases, diets and nutrition, exercise, bed care and social contact. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R55 Health Care Services (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of biotechnology, home care, dental care, nursing fundamentals, dietary study and rules, exercise and disease prevention. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R56 Personal Grooming Services (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of hair care and styling, make-up and manicures and personal hygiene. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R57 Child Care Services (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of prenatal and postnatal care, growth and development, childhood illnesses, parental responsibilities and nutrition. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R58 Geriatric Care Services (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of disabilities and diseases, diets and nutrition, exercise, bed care and social contact. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R59 The Teaching of Transportation Technology (Advanced) Overview of the transportation industry. Strategies for teaching motive power and its application to mobile vehicles, including automobiles, aircraft, farm equipment, small engines, water craft and space at the senior level. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R60 The Teaching of Personal Transportation Technology (Basic) May include bicycles, motorcycles, cars, snowmobiles, recreational vehicles, motor boats, small aircraft and fuel comparisons. Candidates using practical and theoretical means, demonstrate the knowledge, skills and values needed to consider the impact of various vehicles on human/social and environmental systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R61 The Teaching of Mass Transit Systems Technology (Basic) May include the study of commercial aircraft, buses, trains, subways, streetcars, cruise ships, escalators, and elevators. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R65 The Teaching of Personal Transportation Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of bicycles, motorcycles, cars, snowmobiles, recreational vehicles, motor boats, small aircraft and fuel comparisons. Candidates using practical and theoretical means, demonstrate the knowledge, skills and values needed to consider the impact of various vehicles on human/social and environmental systems. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R66 The Teaching of Mass Transit Systems Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of commercial aircraft, buses, trains, subways, streetcars, cruise ships, escalators and elevators. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R67 The Teaching of Freight Transportation Systems Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of tractor trailers, freight trains, cargo ships, rocket ships, farm equipment, pipelines and conveyors. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8R70 The Teaching of Computer Technology Overview of the computer industry; technical knowledge and skills and strategies for the computer services industry; problem solving, logic gate functions and programming constructs including an examination of computer hardware and control systems from an engineering and programming perspective. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education program. EDUC 8R71 The Teaching of Computer Engineering Technology (Basic) Jey computer components and peripherals, logic gates, fundamental programming concepts, internal numbering and character representation systems, and operating systems and networks. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education program. EDUC 8R72 The Teaching of Computer and Information Technology (Basic) Computer science concepts including software design, fundamental programming constructs of sequence, selection and repetition; functions of internal and external components; relationships among networks, operating systems, and applications of software and their uses; evolution of programming languages. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education program. EDUC 8R73 The Teaching of Computer Engineering Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of the function of key computer components and peripherals, logic gates, fundamental programming concepts, internal numbering and character representation systems, and operating systems and networks; related career opportunities. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education program. EDUC 8R74 The Teaching of Computer and Information Technology (Advanced) May include an in-depth study of computer science concepts including software design; fundamental programming constructs of sequence, selection and repetition; the functions of internal and external components; the relationships among networks, operating systems, and application of software and their uses; evolution of programming languages; and related career opportunities. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education program. EDUC 8R98 The Teaching of Design and Technology (Advanced) Overview of technology and its application relative to design, development and production. Areas include information technology, communication, fabrication, design processes, engineering concepts, and the processing of materials like wood, metal and plastic. Emphasis is on problem solving, and on student-centred and activity-based learning. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Technological Education Program. EDUC 8Y04 Current Trends and Issues in Special Education Current legislation and recent developments related to the education of exceptional students. Lectures, seminar, practicum, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), French Teaching Specialization, Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education, Pre-service Education and Technological Studies Education programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 4.0 overall credits, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8Y05 Professionalism, Law and the Ontario Teacher Key educational issues, responsibilities and authority in the organization of the public school system in Ontario through study of statutes, regulations and professional codes of ethics. Lectures, seminar, practicum, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), French Teaching Specialization, Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education, Pre-service Education and Technological Studies Education programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 4.0 overall credits, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BA (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. EDUC 8Y15 Environmental/Outdoor Education Approaches to and philosophies of outdoor/environmental education and its development. Application of skills and knowledge in curricular decision-making processes. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate and Intermediate/Senior programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (primary/Junior), BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Note: course not required for Outdoor Education teaching placement. An additional fee is levied for this course. This course is an option for credit. EDUC 8Y21 Junior/Intermediate Mathematics Teaching mathematics at the Junior and Intermediate levels: resources, curriculum and methods. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to Junior/Intermediate program, and to BSc (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P21. EDUC 8Y26 Junior/Intermediate Health and Physical Education Focus on the implementation at the Ontario health and physical education curriculum in junior and intermediate grades. Fundamental movement skills, active participation, concepts of healthy living, appropriate teaching methods and a philosophical orientation which fosters learning by all. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to Junior/Intermediate program, and to BSc (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 10.0 overall credits, BA (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P22. EDUC 8Y28 Junior/Intermediate Science and Technology Integrated approach to teaching science and technology at the junior and intermediate levels focussing on instructional strategies appropriate to the expectations in the Ontario curriculum. Lectures, 2 hours alternate weeks, lab, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to Junior/Intermediate program, and to BSc (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BA (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P21. EDUC 8Y29 Junior/Intermediate Social Studies, History and Geography Teaching strategies appropriate to the Ontario curriculum. Key social science concepts; inquiry and communication skills to examine and understand communities, various heritages and citizenship emphasizing of Canadian identity and democratic values. The study of history as a preparation for life in a complex society focussing on geography as the study of the interdependency of people and their environment. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to Junior/Intermediate program, and to BSc (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 10.0 overall credits, BA (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P22. EDUC 8Y31 Primary/Junior Mathematics Teaching mathematics at the junior and intermediate levels: resources, curriculum, and methods. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education and Primary/Junior programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P31. EDUC 8Y36 Primary/Junior Health and Physical Education Focus on the implementation of the Ontario health and physical education curriculum in primary and junior grades. Fundamental movement skills, active participation, concepts of healthy living, appropriate teaching methods and a philosophical orientation which fosters learning by all. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education and Primary/Junior programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass) /BEd (Primary/Junior) majors and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P32. EDUC 8Y38 Primary/Junior Science and Technology Integrated approach to teaching science and technology at the primary and junior levels; focuses on instructional strategies appropriate to the expectations in the Ontario curriculum. Lectures, 2 hours alternate weeks, lab, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education and Primary/Junior programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P31. EDUC 8Y39 Primary/Junior Social Studies Teaching strategies appropriate to the Ontario curriculum emphasizing knowledge, skills and attitudes for examining and understanding communities, various heritages and citizenship. Key social science concepts; inquiry and communication skills focussing on Canadian identity and democratic values. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Native Teacher Education and Primary/Junior programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors and BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 8P32. EDUC 8Y50-8Y60 Special Topics in Pre-service Education Topics will vary on the basis of specific areas of instructional expertise and candidate interest. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Native Teacher Education Programs, Pre-service Education and Technological Studies Education Programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd(Primary/Junior), BPhEd (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BSc (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) and BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits. Note: these courses are options for credit. EDUC 8Y51 Early Primary Education Instructional strategies relevant to learners from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 1; current Ontario initiatives and curriculum for the early primary years. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Note: this course is an option for credit. EDUC 8Y52 Early Secondary School Education Instructional strategies relevant to learners in Grades 9 and 10; current Ontario initiatives and curriculum for the early secondary school years. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Note: this course is an option for credit but does not give students intermediate/senior basic teaching. EDUC 8Y53 Aboriginal Studies for the Junior/Intermediate School Survey of cultural, linguistic, political and socio-economic issues of Aboriginal people in Canada as outlined in the Ontario curriculum. Topics include the involvement of Aboriginal people in the development of Canada from pre-history to the present. Emphasis on contemporary Aboriginal issues. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Note: this course is an option for credit. EDUC 8Y61 Classroom Dynamics: Teaching and Learning Basic principles of child development and learning that guide instructional decision making and classroom management. Topics may include motivation, social contexts of learning, individual differences, student thinking and problem solving, family, school, community partnerships. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Primary/Junior and Junior/Intermediate programs. EDUC 8Y63 Introduction to Assessment and Evaluation Methods for assessment and evaluation of student growth. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Primary/Junior and Junior/Intermediate programs. Completion of this course will replace EDUC 8Y50. EDUC 8Y96 Religious Education (Roman Catholic) Examination of the reality of Christian belief and behaviour specifically as it pertains to the curriculum and instruction process as found in the Canadian Catechism program. Designed to implement the Guidelines in Preparation of Students to Teach Religion in Catholic Schools approved by the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association and the Ontario Separate School Trustees Association. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Native Teacher Education, Pre-service Education and French Teaching Specialization programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BA/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Note: this course is not a substitute for Part I of the OECTA/OSSTF Religion course. A materials fee will be charged. This course is an option for credit. EDUC 8Y97 Religious Education (non-Roman Catholic) Designed for those who might be responsible for religious education in public, private, or church schools. Because of our pluralistic society, teachers are increasingly called upon to understand the world view of students from a mosaic of religious traditions and to help students understand and respect these traditions, including their own, and to understand the role of religion in the experiences of being human. Lectures, seminar, 2 hours alternate weeks. Restriction: open to students admitted to the Ontario Certificate of Native Teacher Education, Pre-service Education and French Teaching Specialization programs, and to BA CHYS (Pass)/BEd (Primary/Junior), BSc Integrated Studies (Pass)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate) majors with a minimum of 15.0 overall credits, BA Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)/BEd (Junior/Intermediate), BA/BEd (Intermediate/Senior), BPhEd/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) and BSc/BEd (Intermediate/Senior) majors with a minimum of 20.0 overall credits. Note: this course is an option for credit.  
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