Tyndale’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) program will educate and fully equip aspiring teachers to teach children in various school settings with the utmost commitment to professionalism, excellence, collegiality, equity, and service. Learn more about BEd's Program Mission and Outcomes.
Tyndale's BEd program graduates will be eligible to apply for an Ontario Teaching Certificate (Certificate of Qualification and Registration) through the Ontario College of Teacher (OCT).
16 Month Program
Tyndale’s BEd is a 16 consecutive month, four-semester, full-time program, beginning in August (or the tail end of July) of each year.
Teacher Candidates will complete approximately 110 days of classroom observation, participation and practice teaching.
Tyndale’s small program cohort size enables personal interaction with faculty and advisors, as well as other cohort members.
Tyndale’s ABBA Resource Centre offers our Teacher Candidates access to a wide variety of instructional resources to use in their practicum placements, including puppets, math manipulatives, and teaching kits.
Tyndale BEd Faculty members continue to actively teach in schools, and conduct and publish research on current educational practices. Teacher Candidates benefit from their knowledge and experiences.
BEd Program Tracks
Teacher Candidates in Tyndale’s Bachelor of Education program will have the opportunity to focus on one of three tracks:
Primary Junior Track
The Primary/Junior track will prepare you to teach Kindergarten to grade 6.
Primary Junior Track (FSL)
The Primary/Junior track will prepare you to teach Kindergarten to grade 6 with a Focus on Teaching French as a Second Language (FSL).
Junior Intermediate Track
The Junior/Intermediate track will prepare you to teach grades 4 to 10 with a focus in one subject area.