2014-2015 Undergraduate Calendar

Education - Continuing Teacher Education  
Director Tony DiPetta  
General Information Go to top of document
Administrative Co-ordinator Marie Harris 905-688-5550, extension 3342 Welch Hall 174 The Centre for Continuing Teacher Education offers a Bachelor of Education Specialist Program as a professional post certification degree that builds on the Three-Session Additional Qualification courses accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT). As well as additional qualification courses for teachers at both the St Catharines and Hamilton campus, with some selected courses offered in Mississauga and other Southern Ontario locations. This program does not lead to teacher certification in Ontario. Those interested in obtaining an Ontario Certificate of Qualification (OCQ) should consult the Department of Teacher Education. The Bachelor of Education Specialist Program is a professional degree option for teachers who already hold a Bachelor of Education Degree from an accredited university and are registered with the OCT as eligible to undertake Additional Qualification courses. The Bachelor of Education Specialist degree provides certified teachers with a second professional degree for the purposes of skills and career enhancement. For teachers certified in jurisdictions other than Ontario the Bachelor of Education Specialist Program provides an opportunity to obtain and demonstrate Ontario professional recognition and experience on their university transcript. The Bachelor of Education Specialist Program is based on Additional Qualification courses that go beyond initial Bachelor of Education degree preparation and provide opportunities and resources for in-depth research and study in the areas of teaching, learning and curriculum. The BEd Program II is open to educators wishing to further their professional education beyond basic level in specialized areas. Although the program is designed specifically for candidates who already hold an undergraduate degree and certification to teach in Ontario, enquiries from those with an equivalent background are welcomed. Equivalence granted by the OCT will be accepted by the Centre for Continuing Teacher Education for entrance into any of our courses. Under the condition noted in program requirements, candidates who hold an Ontario Teacher Certificate (OTC) or OCQ on admission to, have the appropriate prerequisites and who successfully complete specified courses, will be recommended to the OCT for additional qualifications recommendation.  
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Candidates for the Bachelor of Education Specialist Program must hold a valid Bachelor of Education degree and must be registered with the OCT and certified to teach within the K-12 school system in Ontario. Advanced standing credits may be granted for Additional Qualification courses previously completed at Brock University within one year of admission to the program. Only one Bachelor of Education Specialist degree can be awarded as a post initial BEd degree. Candidates for the Bachelor of Education Specialist Program must provide official transcripts indicating completion of a recognized Bachelor of Education degree or a valid teaching certificate recognized by the OCT. Official transcripts must be original copies not photocopied and must be mailed to the Office of the Registrar, Brock University attention Teacher In-Service Education. Candidates in the Bachelor of Education Specialist program must complete all degree requirements within seven years of the date of admission and maintain an 80 percent overall average in order to be recommended for graduation by Brock University. Only courses taken at Brock University will be included in the calculation of averages. Candidates for the BEd Program II must be certified to teach in Ontario and must hold an undergraduate degree acceptable to Brock. All candidates admitted to the BEd Program II should note:
1.  Recommendation to the OCT may not be dependent on completing the total requirement for the BEd degree.
2.  EDUC courses numbered 9(alpha)00 and above may not be used for initial basic certification purposes.
 
Advanced Standing Go to top of document
Candidates for admission to Program II may be granted advanced standing in one credit at the time of initial application. Advanced standing is for Brock BEd credit only. Candidates are requested to contact the Ontario College of Teachers if they believe their academic background is equivalent to a Brock Additional Qualifications course. Advanced standing will be based on the relationship between work already completed and the content of courses required for the Brock degree. Advanced standing will not be granted on the basis of courses credited towards a completed degree or diploma unless such courses have been taken as electives beyond the minimum requirement for the degree or diploma. Students who completed Continuing Teacher Education courses prior to June 30, 1979, cannot count these courses toward the BEd Program II degree. For further information, contact the Director of the Centre for Continuing Teacher Education. The University has been advised that the Qualifications Evaluation Council of Ontario (QECO) normally accepts each course in the BEd Program II as either a university credit or an OCT course credit depending upon how the individual wishes the course applied. However, the University cannot guarantee the applicability of any specific course to QECO insofar as salary evaluation is concerned. Students who have concerns in this regard should contact QECO directly. Where provincial regulations require documentation of qualifications (i.e., experience, specialized employment), it is the responsibility of the student to provide this documentation to the Director of the Centre for the office of the registrar. Documentation must be completed before any recommendation can be made to the OCT.  
Program Requirements Go to top of document
All Continuing Teacher Education courses have minimum and maximum enrolments. Courses with enrolments of fewer than 20 students may be cancelled. Candidates are encouraged to apply early. For further information and details of BEd Program II requirements, candidates should consult the Director of the Centre for Continuing Teacher Education. Bachelor of Education Specialist Areas of Concentration The Bachelor of Education Specialist Program provides candidates with focused opportunities and experiences for professional learning through an in-depth program of study in the areas of teaching, learning and curriculum. The areas of professional study can be centered on any of the three session Specialist Qualification courses offered through the Centre for Continuing Teacher Education at Brock. Specialist Qualification course may be identified in the course descriptions by sequential titling e.g. EDUC 9F11 (Teaching French as a Second Language I); EDUC 9F12 (Teaching French as a Second Language II); EDUC 9F13 (Teaching French as a Second Language Specialist). The Specialist Qualifications areas offered are as followed: Dramatic Arts Co-operative Education Junior Education Intermediate Education Primary Education Special Education English as a Subsequent Language French as a Second Language Guidance Health and Physical Education Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Librarianship Mathematics Reading Visual Arts Vocal Music (Primary/Junior) Writing In order to fulfill the requirements for the Bachelor of Education Specialist degree candidates must successfully complete a minimum of 6 specialized Additional Qualification courses, offered at Brock, consisting of: Two of three-session Specialist Qualification courses or one three-session Specialist Qualification and three credits from Additional Basic Qualifications, Honour Specialist Qualifications, Recognized one-session qualification courses. Bachelor of Education Program II Candidates entering the program are required to complete a minimum of five credits numbered EDUC 9(alpha)00 or above, of which a minimum of three will be in a specialized area of study. Specialized areas of study may be identified in the course descriptions by sequential titling, e.g., EDUC 9F11 (Teaching French as a Second Language I); EDUC 9F12 (Teaching French as a Second Language II); EDUC 9F13 (Teaching French as a Second Language Specialist). Students who already hold the Ontario Certificate of Qualifications and who successfully complete courses numbered 9(alpha)00 or above will be recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for their Additional Qualifications. Normally, candidates in this program will hold certification to teach in Ontario and an acceptable undergraduate degree. Candidates holding neither of the above qualifications may be admitted as special students. Special students may not receive OCT recognition for courses taken prior to holding the OCQ or Interim OCQ. University regulations require that a copy of your valid certificate be on file and, for those students proceeding toward the BEd Program II degree, an official copy of a transcript showing the conferring of an appropriate university degree.  
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. EDUC 9F04 Kindergarten I Exploring the theoretical foundations, the development of learners, program planning and implementation, assessment, the learning environment and ethical considerations. 100 Contact hours plus 25 hours offline with consultation. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified teachers. EDUC 9F08 Religious Education I Development of the foundations of religious literacy, ethical studies, and communities of faith and faith development associated with teaching within Ontario Catholic Schools. Exploration of scripture through a Catholic lens combined with strategies and resources for making curriculum and teaching practice connections for the classroom. Social constructivist approach to developing positive learning environments based on personal reflection and interaction with peers and instructor. 100 hours; 25 hours offline with consultation. Note: open to certified teachers. May be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F11 French as a Second Language I Aims of the French program in Ontario schools, methodology; an introduction to linguistics, audiovisual devices, demonstration classes and practice teaching. Lectures, seminar. Restriction: registration open to certified teachers and qualified individuals until date specified in Registration guide. On and after that date, permission of Department. Note: open to certified teachers who qualify by successfully completing an oral and written test. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F12 French as a Second Language II Teaching French as a second language in core and immersion programs at the primary, junior and intermediate levels including Ontario Ministry guidelines, language development, curriculum and unit development, language materials and visits to immersion classes. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): French as a Second Language I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F13 French as a Second Language Specialist Advanced techniques for programs at the primary, junior and intermediate divisions in teaching French as a second language; leadership skills and styles, program organization, professional development and sequencing of programs. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): French as a Second Language II and a transcript showing at least five university level French credits, or equivalent course or experience acceptable to the Director and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F14 Music (Vocal) Primary/Junior I Concepts of music including singing, listening, reading, playing, creating, moving and dramatizing; Tonic Solfa method. Concentration will be at the primary level. Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified teachers. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F15 Music (Vocal) Primary/Junior II Teaching strategies and materials required for a well-balanced classroom music program. Planning a one year curriculum that provides for continuity in development of musical skills and understanding of concepts. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Music (Vocal) Primary/Junior I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: concentration will be at the junior level. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F16 Music (Vocal) Primary/Junior Specialist Organization and administration of music programs in a variety of school settings in the primary and junior levels; curriculum building, selection of materials and resources, choral repertoire and vocal techniques for performance. Examinations and comparison of contemporary approaches to music education. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Music (Vocal) Primary/Junior ll and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F21 Reading I Introduction to language processes of reading and writing. Basic assessment procedures and improvement of reading skills. Lectures, seminar. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F22 Reading II Further study of components involved in the act of reading and techniques used in the diagnosis and remediation of reading problems. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Reading I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F23 Reading Specialist Advanced instruction in theory and practice of reading instruction; design and implementation of reading programs. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Reading II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F27 Librarianship I Understanding the role of the teacher-librarian and collaborative process in developing teaching strategies for resource-based learning. Topics include utilizing and integrating basic library information technology, collection development, print and non-print resource evaluation, introduction to child and adolescent literature, systems, policies and procedures for organizing and distributing resources. Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified teachers or permission of the Director. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F28 Librarianship II Practical applications of the role of the librarian and collaborative process. Interpreting and utilizing a variety of print and non-print media. Developing a wider knowledge of resources including print (nonfiction, reference, child and adolescent literature) and non-print (video, CD ROM, computer software, Internet resources). Further development in utilizing and integrating library information technology, collection development, systems, policies and procedures for organizing and distributing resources. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Librarianship I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F29 Librarianship Specialist Advanced practical applications of the role of the teacher-librarian and collaborative process in resource-based learning. Organizing and presenting workshops in Library and Information Technologies. Awareness of current developments in library organization, design and distribution systems. Integrating current technologies in the learning process. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Librarianship II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F34 International Languages - Mandarin I Development of awareness and understanding of classroom theory and practice related to the teaching of mandarin as an international subsequent language. Note: May be available on-site, online or blended. The course is open to candidates who meet the entry requirements identified in the Teachers' Qualifications Regulation and is dependent on successful completion of the appropriate level of simplified Chinese oral proficiency as established by Hanban, the Republic of China's department for standardized testing of Chinese language proficiency for foreign students. The test is administered for a fee at Universities throughout Ontario and Canada. EDUC 9F37 Primary Education I Basic teaching strategies emphasizing communication (language arts and mathematics); a consideration of curriculum matters of concern to primary teachers in these subject areas; examination of provincial curriculum documents and theories of child development as they relate to communications. Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified primary grade teachers. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F38 Primary Education II Basic teaching strategies emphasizing social and environmental sciences and the arts (drama, music, visual arts and physical and health education); a consideration of curriculum matters. Provincial curriculum documents and current principles of child development and learning as they relate to these subject areas. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Primary Education I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F39 Primary Education Specialist Leadership skills involved in professional development of teachers; principles of curriculum construction; diagnosis and remediation of learning difficulties; examination of relevant case studies and pursuit of individual interests. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Primary Education II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F41 Health Education and Physical Education Primary/Junior I Activities and practices for teachers of the primary/junior grades, with attention to current theory and philosophy. Primary program and motor skills development in dance, gymnastics and games; health education and organizational procedures. Intramural activities, planned by students and faculty. Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified teachers. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F42 Health Education and Physical Education Primary/Junior II Fitness and activity sessions for children at the junior level including movement education in dance, gymnastics and games. Intramural activities. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Health Education and Physical Education Primary/Junior I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F43 Health Education and Physical Education Primary/Junior Specialist Program content and development; current problems, both personal and programmatic and development of leadership skills. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Health Education and Physical Education Primary/Junior II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F44 Health Education and Physical Education Intermediate/Senior I Activities and philosophies related to current practices at the intermediate division; program development in dance, gymnastics and game; anatomy and athletic injuries; individual games and activities suitable for these age levels. Intramural activities. Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified teachers. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F45 Health Education and Physical Education Intermediate/Senior II Activities and philosophies related to the senior division; program development; teaching strategies in dance, gymnastics and games, appropriate health topics and organization of suitable programs for involvement of students at this level. Intramural activities Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Health Education and Physical Education Intermediate/Senior I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F46 Health Education and Physical Education Intermediate/Senior Specialist Advanced instruction in organization and administration of physical and health education programs at the Intermediate and Senior levels. Curriculum development, teaching strategies, evaluation techniques, leadership and supervision. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Health Education and Physical Education Intermediate and Senior II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F51 Visual Arts I Methodology and strategies for visual arts education stressing problem-solving, including creative work, theory, critical analysis, and visual awareness in context of a total school experience of the student. Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified teachers. Familiarity with the Ministry document The Arts. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F61 Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction I Introduction to microcomputer and its educational application for classroom teachers; architectural, historical and pedagogical aspects of microcomputers; basic computer literacy; elementary program development; students select, review and field test educational computer courseware. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified teachers. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in 9Y01 - 9Y22. EDUC 9F62 Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction II Further development of computer literacy skills; instruction and practice in evaluating software and designing instructional materials to enhance learning. Lab. Prerequisite(s): Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in 9Y01 - 9Y22. EDUC 9F63 Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Specialist Advanced techniques in evaluation, design and implementation of computer-aided learning materials. Instruction and practice in design and delivery of computer based professional development activities. Lab. Prerequisite(s): Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Major project involves creation and delivery of professional development materials. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in EDUC 9Y01 - 9Y22. EDUC 9F64 Guidance I Counselling, consultation, instruction and program design. Lectures, seminar. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified teachers. EDUC 9F65 Guidance II Development and design of program, career work life education and community and global perspectives while also enhancing skills and experience in all five strands. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Guidance I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F66 Guidance Specialist Implementation of program and leadership, and change in school. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Guidance II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F67 English as a Second Language/English Language Development I Introduction to the study of English as a Second Language /English Language Development (ESL/ELD). Role of the teacher in a multilingual, multicultural, multiracial teaching and learning environment. View of curriculum development and delivery from three perspectives: sociocultural, linguistic and academic. Lectures, seminar. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Applicants must be able to communicate well in both written and spoken English. EDUC 9F68 English as a Second Language/English Language Development II Further development of methodology-teaching techniques, modification and delivery of instruction. Assessment, evaluation focusing on best practice. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): English as a Second Language/English Language Development I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F69 English as a Second Language/English Language Development Specialist Design, implementation and evaluation of an effective ESL/ELD program. Development of a theoretical framework for the field of ESL/ELD and the role of advocacy and leadership surrounding ESL/ELD issues. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): English as a Second Language/English Language Development II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F71 Co-operative Education I Analysis of a variety of co-operative education programs currently being used in schools of Ontario. Students will plan, implement, supervise and evaluate a co-operative education course at the classroom level with reference to provincial curriculum documents (OSIS: Ontario Schools Intermediate and Senior division programs). Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified teachers. This course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F75 Dramatic Arts II Advanced consideration of preparation and evaluation of courses in dramatic arts. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Dramatic Arts I plus one year of teaching experience. EDUC 9F77 Additional Basic Qualification Junior Division Basic teaching strategies in all subject areas taught at the junior level. Current principles of child development and learning and curriculum at the junior level. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): an undergraduate degree and valid certification to teach in Ontario. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. For teachers who are seeking qualification in an additional area of concentration in the junior division (Ont. 184/97, Section 30 and 31). EDUC 9F78 Additional Basic Qualification Primary Division Basic teaching strategies in all subject areas taught at the primary level. Current principles of child development and learning and curriculum at the primary level. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): an undergraduate degree and valid certification to teach in Ontario. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. For teachers who are seeking qualification in an additional area of concentration in the primary division (Ont. 184/97, Section 28 and 29). EDUC 9F84 Mathematics Primary/Junior I Developmental and learning theories as they apply to teaching strategies for mathematics, including learning processes, organization, motivation and concept development. Examination of mathematics application across the curriculum and in practical application beyond the classroom. Lectures, seminar. Note: open to certified teachers. This course is offered as a blended format. EDUC 9F90 Special Education: Special Education for Administrators Education Act, Ministry curriculum expectations, regulations, policy and the Standards of Practice that support Special Education. Identification of students with exceptionalities; characteristics and definitions of behaviour, communication; intellectual, physical and multiple. Examining the school team, I.E.P. process, inclusive classroom, differentiated instruction, information and sssistive technology. Lectures, seminar. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F95 Special Education: Communication - Autism Education Act, Ministry curriculum expectations, regulations, policy and the Standards of Practice that support Special Education. Characteristics and intervention strategies for students with Autism. Program planning, developing an I.E.P and assessment will be discussed along with the inclusive classroom, differentiated instruction, information and assistive technology. Lectures, seminar. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F97 Special Education I Understanding the Education Act, Ministry curriculum expectations, regulations, policy and the Standards of Practice that support Special Education. Identification of students with exceptionalities; characteristics and definitions of: Behaviour; Communication (Autism, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Language, Speech Impairments); Intellectual (Giftedness, Mild Intellectual Disability, Developmental Disability); Physical; Multiple. Knowing how to write, develop and amend an IEP, importance of information technology. Lectures, seminar. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F98 Special Education II Continuing to address categories, definitions and identification of exceptionalities. Knowledge of the qualities and characteristics of ability and disability, formal, informal data, information gathering, tools, tests and assessment strategies to interpret, inform and develop the IEP collaboratively. Examination of board special education programs, plans and services. Learning from and working with students, parents and community partners. Application of information technology. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Special Education Part I plus one year of teaching experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9F99 Special Education Specialist III Advanced focus on the categories, definitions and identification of exceptionalities. Analyzing current Ontario legislation, regulations and policies concerning issues related to exceptional students. Leadership in assessing modifying, designing, implementing and communicating programs and services based on current special education research and exemplary practice. Developing effective collaborative approaches and mediation skills with school, parent/guardian and community. Promoting information technology. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): Special Education Part II and proof of appropriate regulatory experience required by Ministry of Education Regulation 184/97. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9G00 Communications Technology: Grades 9 and 10 Overview of communication industry; technical knowledge and skills required to teach such subjects as television and video production, art, broadcasting, photography, print and graphic production and computer communication. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): an Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification indicating initial qualifications at the Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education. Technological Education applicants whose Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification does not indicate Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education must provide evidence of at least five years of wage-earning experience related to the subject for which qualification is sought. In some instances pertinent education may substitute for some wage-earning experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified and trade qualified teachers. EDUC 9G15 Technological Design: Grades 9 and 10 Variety of design processes applicable in solving any technological challenge or problem. Builds on and forms a continuum with grades 1 to 8 science and technology and integrated technologies program. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): an Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification indicating initial qualifications at the Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education. Technological Education applicants whose Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification does not indicate Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education, must provide evidence of at least five years of wage-earning experience related to the subject for which qualification is sought. In some instances pertinent education may substitute for some wage-earning experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified and trade qualified teachers. EDUC 9G20 Construction Technology: Grades 9 and 10 Overview of construction industry; technical knowledge and skills and teaching strategies for construction services, architectural design and drafting, electricity, environmental control, plumbing, sheet metal, trowel trades and woodworking. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): an Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification indicating initial qualifications at the Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education. Technological Education applicants whose Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification does not indicate Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education, must provide evidence of at least five years of wage-earning experience related to the subject for which qualification is sought. In some instances pertinent education may substitute for some wage-earning experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified and trade qualified teachers. EDUC 9G40 Manufacturing Technology: Grades 9 and 10 Overview of manufacturing process. Strategies for teaching specific subject areas such as control systems, engineering drafting and design, foundry and moulding practice, industrial electronics, metal fabrication and precision machining. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): an Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification indicating initial qualifications at the Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education. Technological Education applicants whose Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification does not indicate Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education, must provide evidence of at least five years of wage-earning experience related to the subject for which qualification is sought. In some instances pertinent education may substitute for some wage-earning experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified and trade qualified teachers. EDUC 9G85 Hospitality Services: Grades 9 and 10 Teaching strategies and skills required for planning, operation and development of services in the study of tourism and guiding, travel, accommodation, food preparation and serving, plus other hospitality issues. Lectures, seminar. Prerequisite(s): an Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification indicating initial qualifications at the Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education. Technological Education applicants whose Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification does not indicate Intermediate and Senior divisions in Technological Education, must provide evidence of at least five years of wage-earning experience related to the subject for which qualification is sought. In some instances pertinent education may substitute for some wage-earning experience. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified and trade qualified teachers. EDUC 9G90 Honours Specialist: Technological Education Designed to prepare teachers of technological education for specialist and supervisory roles in the secondary school. Administration, organization, human relations, measurement, computer awareness and communication skills. Lectures, seminar. Restriction: permission of the Director Prerequisite(s): an Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification indicating qualification in at least three subjects listed in Schedule B of the Ontario College of Teachers Act Reg. 184.97 including at least one at the advanced level or, four subjects listed in Schedule B at the basic level and an entry indicating Specialist qualification in one subject in Schedule D listed in sub-clause 34cIII; a Secondary School Honours Graduation Diploma or has successfully completed the equivalent of one year's full-time study in a program in respect of which a SSHD or its equivalent is required for admission and evidence of at least two years of successful teaching experience, including at least one year in Technological Education. Note: this course may be available on-site, online or blended. Open to certified and trade qualified teachers. EDUC 9M00-9M09 Additional Basic Qualification Intermediate Division Current principles of student development and learning, curriculum development and implementation, and teaching strategies. Lectures, seminar, practicum. Prerequisite(s): an acceptable undergraduate degree that includes two credits in the teachable subject area and a valid Certificate of Qualification endorsed with Primary, Junior, Intermediate or Senior Divisions. Note: these courses may be available on-site, online or blended. Intermediate Dramatic Arts students do not require the prerequisite. Intermediate Health and Physical Education students require two credits or permission of the instructor based on previous Health and Physical Education experience. EDUC 9M00 Intermediate Basic English EDUC 9M01 Intermediate Basic Mathematics EDUC 9M02 Intermediate Basic Science - General EDUC 9M03 Intermediate Basic History EDUC 9M04 Intermediate Basic Geography EDUC 9M07 Intermediate Basic Health and Physical Education EDUC 9M09 Intermediate Basic Dramatic Arts EDUC 9M20-9M29 Additional Basic Qualification Senior Division (First or Second Teachable) Current principles of student development and learning, curriculum development and implementation, and teaching strategies. Lectures, seminar, practicum. Prerequisite(s): an acceptable undergraduate degree with a major of at least five credits in the teachable subject area for a first teachable at the Senior Level or an acceptable undergraduate degree with a major of at least three credits in the teachable subject area as a second teachable at the Senior level (senior basic already showing on COQ); valid certification endorsed at the primary, junior or intermediate level. Note: these courses may be available on-site, online or blended. Candidates may be asked to successfully complete three weeks of practice teaching as assigned by the Faculty of Education during a scheduled block in winter term or spring session. EDUC 9M20 Senior Basic English EDUC 9M21 Senior Basic Mathematics EDUC 9M22 Senior Basic Science - General EDUC 9M23 Senior Basic History EDUC 9M24 Senior Basic Geography EDUC 9M26 Senior Basic Social Science - General EDUC 9M27 Senior Basic Health and Physical Education EDUC 9M50-9M59 Honours Specialist Advanced knowledge of curriculum guidelines from K to 12 and increased ability to develop remedial, regular and advanced programs and to evaluate student achievement. Increased knowledge of child and adolescent development related to the subject will also be included. Lectures, seminar. Restriction: permission of the Director. Prerequisite(s): an Ontario Certificate of Qualification or Interim Certificate of Qualification, an acceptable honours degree with at least a second class or equivalent standing in nine credits in the subject or subject areas and at least two years of successful teaching with at least one year in the subject area of qualification being sought. Note: these courses may be available on-site, online or blended. EDUC 9M50 Honour Specialist English EDUC 9M51 Honour Specialist Mathematics EDUC 9M52 Honour Specialist Science EDUC 9M53 Honour Specialist History EDUC 9M54 Honour Specialist Geography EDUC 9M57 Honour Specialist Health and Physical Education  
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