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Adapting Curriculum for the Catholic School System AQ (online)

Candidates enrolled in this course will examine the dual mandate of Catholic education regarding the adaptation of Ministry of Education curriculum expectations from a Catholic perspective.  Candidates will reflect on the characteristics of Catholic schools that enable students to develop academically and spiritually within a safe, nurturing learning environment.  Based on this foundation, candidates will …

Guidance and Career Education Part 1 AQ (Niagara) (online)

Welcome to Guidance and Career Education, Part 1. This course is an introductory course that explores principles in school guidance in the following areas: theory, diverse learners, their preferences, and environments, program planning and implementation, assessment and evaluation, shared support for learning, and ethical considerations related to teaching and learning. Guidance and Career Education, Part …

Guidance and Career Education Part 2 AQ (Niagara) (online)

Welcome to Guidance and Career Education, Part 2. This course is designed to build upon the knowledge gleaned from Guidance and Career Education Part 1, to further enhance professional practice, and extend and apply knowledge and skills in the design and delivery of Guidance and Career Education courses. “Part II explores the theoretical foundations, the …

Guidance and Career Education Specialist AQ (Niagara) (online)

This course is designed to build upon the knowledge gleaned from Guidance and Career Education Part 1 and Part 2, to further enhance professional practice, and extend and apply knowledge and skills in the curriculum leadership of Guidance and Career Education courses. The Guidance and Career Education, Specialist course explores the theoretical foundations, school-wide Guidance …

Mathematics Primary and Junior Part 2 AQ (OECTA Spring 2017) (face-to-face)

Mathematics Primary and Junior Part 2 explores the theoretical foundations, the development of learners, program planning and implementation, assessment, the learning environment, and ethical considerations related to teaching and learning across divisions. The course also leads participants in: Applying the theory of constructivism as it relates to the teaching of mathematics Deepening an understanding of the …