Filter By:

January 2021 Back to January

Monday, January 11

Adapting Curriculum for Second Language Learners (ETFO, Winter 2021, Online)

This course will focus on supporting second language learners in elementary and secondary classrooms. Candidates will explore differentiating curriculum, instruction and assessment to meet the needs of students learning a second language.  This course would be of interest to teachers of students learning a second language. Prerequisites: Certificate of Qualification and Registration or Interim Certificate …

Co-operative Education Part 1 AQ (Lakehead, Winter 2021, Online)

During this course, each candidate will develop a curriculum, using a Co-operative Education methodology, for implementation in his or her subject of teaching specialization. This course also considers principles of negotiating the conditions of satisfactory out-of-school learning experience with other educators, parents, community representatives, or work site personnel. The practical activities form an integral part …

Co-operative Education Part 2 AQ (Lakehead, Winter 2021, Online)

This course is designed for each candidate to develop programs utilizing Co-operative Education methodologies for implementation in his or her school. During this course, candidates must demonstrate the leadership and organizational skills involved in initiating and developing a new program, which requires the co-operation of both school and non-school personnel. The practical activities form an …

Co-operative Education Specialist AQ (Lakehead, Winter 2021, Online)

This course is designed for each candidate to develop a Co-operative Education plan for use at the board level as well as the leadership skills for its implementation. It is expected that the plan will be in operational or workable form. The practical activities form an integral part of this course. Course Weight: 1.0 Prerequisite(s): …

Education Law AQ (ETFO, Winter 2021, Online)

This course provides an overview of education law in Ontario. It is divided into four learning experiences that examine general principles of law in-depth. The four learning experiences are: the rights of the individual, the rights and responsibilities of employees, the rights and responsibility of the employer, and governance. Candidates will not only examine the …