Co-operative Education Part 2
- Part 1 (on Certificate of Qualification)
- One year of teaching
- Signature of supervisory officer
Through a community-centred approach, candidates will collaboratively engage in learning inquiries that prioritize Black voices, philosophies, thoughts, and stories. This approach promotes listening, co-creating, and communicating with African, Afro-Caribbean and Black learners, families and communities. The learning process in this course is guided by the following overarching inquiry question: How do school leaders reimagine schooling to better serve Black learners and communities?
Due to limited spaces and anticipated interest, we will not be able to provide a refund for people who withdraw after May 5.
Note: Students who have previous credit in Education 4510 may not take Education 4584 for credit.
This course is for certificated teachers in any but the intermediate division. This course analyzes human development theories, curricular policies and guidelines, and teaching strategies and practices in History, as they apply to the intermediate division.
In this course learners will explore important considerations for instruction and assessment when
planning and teaching Grade 7 and Grade 8 math, including considerations for equity, diversity, and inclusion. This course
includes examples from the most recent research to support student progress and learning. There will be an opportunity to
engage with curriculum content, solve problems and explore evidence-based best-practice strategies and resources.
Learners will develop and collaborate to create practical tools and strategies and leverage technology to support student
learning. There will be an opportunity to explore equitable learning opportunities for all. The beginning of the course explores
evidence-based instruction and assessment strategies. This learning will serve as the foundation for the modules which are
focused on the strands in the curriculum and include opportunities to practice, apply prior learning and develop and share
new understandings through collaboration.
Principal’s Qualification Program (PQP) Part II allows you to explore, in more depth, the theoretical and operational aspects of principalship. This course focuses on concepts such as leadership and program planning. As part of PQP Part II, you will complete your Leadership Practicum. The Leadership Practicum is an educational leadership experience relating to the role of a principal or vice-principal with the support of a mentor.
Principal Qualification Program (PQP) Part I introduces you to the fundamental aspects of leading and managing a school as an administrator. This course involves coursework and the development and approval of your Leadership Practicum Proposal.
PQP Part I is for experienced teachers who have an interest in becoming a school principal.