Bachelor of Education (BEd) Courses
The following is a list of courses offered in the Bachelor of Education (BEd) program.
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Introduces teacher candidates to science and technology in the Junior and Intermediate divisions, including Grades 9 and 10 science. The course examines the Ontario learning expectations of the science and technology program, strategies for implementing the expectations in a diverse classroom, and methods of assessment and evaluation.
Focuses on the design and implementation of junior Social Studies, and Intermediate History and Geography programs based on the overall and specific expectations outlined in the Ontario Ministry curriculum documents. Teacher candidates will acquire a knowledge and understanding of the four concepts of historical thinking that form the basis of all learning and thinking in the social studies/history/geography program.
Prepares teacher candidates to work with students in Grades 4 to 10 in ways that enable and encourage them to develop the commitment and capacity to lead healthy, active lives, including participation in, and appreciation of, Health and Physical Education. Teacher candidates will be provided with the knowledge and skills they need to deliver meaningful, effective and balanced programs to diverse learners.
Designed to prepare teacher candidates to teach the four strands of the Ontario Arts — curriculum Music, Drama, Dance and Visual Arts — to students in the junior and intermediate divisions. Teacher candidates will learn to facilitate the creative process that enables diverse students to develop lifelong enjoyment of the Arts.
Designed to introduce teacher candidates to foundational literacy knowledge and skills in the areas of speaking and listening (oral communication), reading, writing, viewing and representing (media). Teacher candidates will explore these areas in conjunction with the Ministry's language and literacy expectations for Grades 4 to10 as outlined in the Ontario curriculum and policy documents and relevant research. Emphasis will be placed on the oral communication and reading strands.
Builds upon the knowledge and skill base acquired in EDUI 5213. Teacher candidates will learn to use the Ministry's curriculum and policy documents to guide the design of units, lessons, activities and assessment procedures for a diverse range of learners in Grades 4 to 10, with an emphasis on the writing and media strands. Prerequisite: EDUI 521.
Provides JI teacher candidates with the most recent and relevant learning and teaching theories, methodologies, and assessment strategies applied to the teaching and learning of mathematics in the Junior grades. Teacher candidates will be given many opportunities to deepen and enrich their knowledge and conceptual understanding of the five strands and achievement chart of the Ontario Mathematics Curriculum.
Provides JI teacher candidates with the most recent and relevant learning and teaching theories, methodologies, and assessment strategies as they apply to the teaching and learning of mathematics in the Intermediate grades. Teacher candidates will be given many opportunities to deepen and enrich their knowledge and conceptual understanding of the five strands and achievement chart of the Ontario Mathematics Curriculum. Prerequisite: EDUI 523.