Bachelor of Education (BEd) Courses

The following is a list of courses offered in the Bachelor of Education (BEd) program.

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EDPR 531 Practicum I (Literacy and Numeracy)

For 30 to 35 days, teacher candidates will be learning from and collaborating with an OCT certified associate teacher in a school setting that teaches the Ontario curriculum. The Practicum has an Observation/ Participation Phase and a Practice Teaching Phase. Using a gradual release of responsibility structure, teacher candidates move from Observation and Participation to a co-planning and teaching partnership with the Associate Teacher in the areas of language and math. Teacher candidates may also assume responsibility for teaching other curricular areas.

EDPR 532 Practicum II

For 40 to 45 days, teacher candidates will be learning from and collaborating with an OCT certified associate teacher in a school setting that teaches the Ontario curriculum. The Practicum has an Observation/ Participation Phase and a Practice Teaching Phase. Using a gradual release of responsibility structure, teacher candidates move from Observation and Participation to assuming the full responsibilities of their Associate Teacher by the end of the Practice teaching Phase. Prerequisite: EDPR 531.

EDPR 533 Practicum III

For 35 to 40 days, teacher candidates will be learning from and collaborating with an OCT certified associate teacher in as school setting that teaches the Ontario curriculum. The Practicum has an Observation/ Participation Phase and a Practice Teaching Phase. Using a gradual release of responsibility structure, teacher candidates move from Observation and Participation to assuming the full responsibilities of their Associate Teacher by the approximately the midpoint of the Practice Teaching Phase. Prerequisite: EDPR 532.

EDPR 534 Professional Seminar

Supports teacher candidates in the practicum components of the program. The classes are distributed throughout the duration of the program to coincide with the three practicum placements. The seminar and the practica work together to provide an overview of key issues and skills related to curriculum, teaching, and learning and to provide the opportunity to integrate theory and practice. The course includes scheduled classes before and after each practicum which incorporate opportunities to meet with faculty advisors. Teacher candidates are encouraged to think of the Professional Seminar as an apprenticeship in professional knowledge and practice development.


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