Bachelor of Education
About our Program
Our mission is for graduates to teach with the utmost commitment to professionalism, excellence, collegiality, equity, and service.
Program Format and Schedule
Tyndale's Bachelor of Education program runs for 16 consecutive months and is divided into four semesters. You will receive a detailed schedule that includes exact timelines and descriptions.
Apply what you have been learning during three practicum placements in Ontario schools. Complete approximately 110 days of classroom observation, participation, and practice teaching.
- Apply for an Ontario Teaching Certificate through the Ontario College of Teachers
- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills of Ontario’s curricular areas in either the Primary and Junior or the Junior and Intermediate divisions linking theory and practice through the design and delivery of units and lessons that incorporate assessment and evaluation
- Engage the diversity of learners in today’s classrooms through utilizing the framework of differentiated instruction, developing awareness of culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy and special learning needs, as well as gaining competency in the use of assistive technologies
- Cultivate engaging, inclusive, safe, and equitable learning environments in which students’ intellectual, emotional, social, physical, and spiritual well-being is nurtured
- Explain how your beliefs, values, and knowledge directly influence your professional practice
Why Pursue Teaching at Tyndale?
Teaching is a celebration of learning. Strong, effective teachers are committed to students and their learning, and uphold standards of care, respect, trust, and integrity.
Tyndale’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) program will prepare you well for this important career.
Tyndale’s Bachelor of Education program is accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers. Graduates are eligible for a Certificate of Qualification from the Ontario College of Teachers.