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Guidance and Career Education, Part 1 AQ (OISE, Late Summer 2022, Online)

Guidance and Career Education Part 1 is a foundational course, designed for both the classroom teacher and for the educator who is interested in pursuing a Guidance role in their school board. Guidance and Career Education Part 1 will help teachers apply guidance principles to their classroom teaching, including effective strategies for implementing Creating Pathways …

Junior Basic – Focus on Administration ABQ (OISE, Late Summer 2022, Online)

The Junior Basic (Administrator version) ABQ will benefit teachers of all divisions considering any leadership role in education. This engaging course helps a teacher to reconsider and reframe current ideas and classroom practice. Via case studies, links to carefully curated articles, blogs, videos and websites, participation in small group discussion boards and individual relevant and …

Junior Basic – Teaching the Junior Child Focus ABQ (OISE, Late Summer 2022, Online)

The Junior Basic Additional Qualification course (Teaching the Junior Child) focuses on educating the active, independent junior child in grades 4-6. We begin our exploration with who the junior child is and some key characteristics and pedagogues (e.g. inquiry). We continue by building our instructional toolbox for the junior classroom including strategies for assessment and …

Mathematics – Intermediate ABQ (OISE, Late Summer 2022, Online)

The Intermediate ABQ in Mathematics focuses on the curriculum in grades 7 to 10. The two strands of this course are the curriculum content and the new trends of teaching and assessing mathematics for adolescent learners. Participants will examine a variety of modules of teaching Mathematics for the adolescent learner.

Mathematics (Primary/Junior) Part 1 AQ (OISE, Late Summer 2022, Online)

Mathematics (Primary/Junior) Part 1 offers opportunities to explore a variety of manipulative materials and to develop a balanced, rich, and challenging mathematics program for students in grades 1 to 6. Candidates explore issues such as increasing communication in mathematics, developmentally appropriate curriculum, gaining confidence in teaching and learning mathematics, and problem-solving skills. Organization and planning, …