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Wednesday, May 02

Reading – Part 1, 2, Specialist AQ (Western, Spring 2018, Online)

PART 1 – This introductory course will include patterns of language development; reading and writing processes; current approaches to literary instruction; literature in the curriculum; assessment of individual language development; and evaluation of elementary and secondary language curricula. PART 2 – This course will provide advanced study of reading including theoretical models of language development …

Special Education Part I AQ (Redeemer, Spring 2018, Blended)

Special Education Part I focuses on the theory and practice underpinning special education. This course explores the exceptionalities, teaching strategies, program planning and other issues related to teaching and learning in all classrooms. Although this course will be of greatest interest to those teachers who wish to deepen their knowledge regarding students identified as exceptional, …

Teaching Students who are Blind, Part 1, Part 2, Specialist AQ (Western, Spring 2018, Online)

Part 1 – This introductory course will focus on the examination of issues related to the teaching of visually impaired students including the social, emotional and physical development. Special instructional strategies for visually impaired children will be included. Part 2 – This course will provide a more advanced consideration of the theoretical and programmatic issues …

Monday, May 07

ABQ Junior (Queen’s, Late Spring 2018, Online)

Welcome to teaching at the junior division. Teaching in grades 4, 5 and 6 provides an opportunity to explore some interesting curriculum topics and concepts and work with children who are developing as more independent learners. As teachers we have many questions about how we can engage students in the learning process and how we …

ABQ Primary (Queen’s, Late Spring 2018, Online)

This course, for teachers interested in acquiring the Additional Basic Qualification in the primary division, will focus on the education of children from ages four to eight. The purpose of the course is to extend skills and knowledge of teachers in the design, delivery and assessment of the primary division program. Emphasis is placed upon …