Academic Calendar 2021-2022

Consecutive Education Degree Requirements

The Consecutive Education program prepares university graduates (B.Ed.) or secondary school graduates (Dip.Ed.) to become educators.

The Director of Student and Support Services (Faculty registrar) will inform the Registrar of the Ontario College of Teachers when a teacher candidate has successfully completed the program. Graduating teacher candidates who plan to teach in Ontario must formally register to become members of the College and be awarded the Certificate of Qualification and Registration as a teacher.

Primary Junior Degree Requirements

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Curriculum
CURR 355Language and Literacy (PJ)3.00
CURR 383Elementary Mathematics (PJ)3.00
CURR 384Literacy1.50
CURR 385Social Studies (PJ)1.50
CURR 386Numeracy1.50
CURR 387Science and Technology (PJ)3.00
CURR 389Art (PJ)1.50
CURR 390Dance1.50
CURR 391Drama (PJ)1.50
CURR 393Music (PJ)1.50
CURR 395Health & Physical Educ (PJ)1.50
Concentration
Select 6.00 units from the following:6.00
EDST
FOCI
Alternative Practicum (PJ)
Foundational Studies
FOUN 100Psychological Foundations of Education1.00
FOUN 101Foundations of Assessment1.00
FOUN 102Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education1.00
Practicum
PRAC 410Practicum (PJ)1.50
PRAC 420Practicum (PJ)1.50
PRAC 430Practicum (PJ)2.00
PRAC 440Practicum (PJ)2.00
PRAC 450Alternative Practicum (PJ)1.50
PRAC 460Practicum (PJ)2.00
Professional Studies
PROF 110Self As Teacher3.00
PROF 170School and Classroom Leadership: In Pursuit of School Effectiveness3.00
PROF 180School Law and Policy1.50
PROF 210Self as Learner3.00
PROF 310Self as Professional3.00
PROF 410Theory and Professional Practice (PJ)1.50
PROF 500Supporting Learning Skills1.00
PROF 501Building a Professional Career as a Teacher1.50
PROF 502Introduction to Indigenous Studies for Teachers (PJ & IS)1.00
PROF 503Integrating Environmental Education in the Classroom1.00
PROF 504Educational Technology as a Teaching and Learning Tool1.50
PROF 505Meeting the Needs of Learners1.50
Total Units63.00

Total Degree Requirement for Primary-Junior: 63.0

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Primary-Junior Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (ATEP)

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Primary-Junior Degree Requirements (see above) and Program Track (6.0 units)
EDST 201Theory of Indigenous Education3.00
FOCI 201Indigenous Teacher Education3.00
Total Units6.00

Program tracks combine an Education Studies (EDST) course, Program Focus (FOCI) course and PRAC 450 Alternative Practicum (PJ).

Total Degree Requirement for ATEP Primary-Junior: 63.0 units

ATEP Practicum Format

ATEP Practicum Format Campus-based candidates are assigned to an Associate School for both practicum components in the fall term. The winter term practicum component will occur where possible, in a designated First Nations Associate School or in a school with a significant Aboriginal student population within the Queen's catchment area, with an OCT certified teacher in good standing.  Candidates will return to their original Associate School for the summer 2 practicum component.

Primary-Junior Artist in Community Education (ACE)

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Primary-Junior Degree Requirements (see above) and Program Track (6.0 units)
EDST 222The Artist in Society3.00
FOCI 222Artist In Community Education3.00
Total Units6.00

Program tracks combine an Education Studies (EDST) course, Program Focus (FOCI) course and PRAC 450 Alternative Practicum (PJ).

Total Degree Requirement for ACE Primary-Junior: 63.0 units

ACE Practicum Format

Candidates in the ACE program are placed in an Associate School in the Queen's catchment area for all practicum components in the fall, winter and summer 2 terms.  The Alternative Practicum is spent in a situation related to the artist's field such as artist-in-residence in a local school, working as an apprentice in an educational office in an Ontario gallery or theatre, or preparing an Arts program for implementation.

Primary-Junior Outdoor and Experiential Education (OEE)

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Primary-Junior Degree Requirements (see above) and Program Track (6.0 units)
EDST 260Understanding the Principles and Programs in Outdoor and Experiential Education3.00
FOCI 260Outdoor & Experiential Ed3.00
Total Units6.00
  • Program tracks combine an Education Studies (EDST) course, Program Focus (FOCI) course and PRAC 450 Alternative Practicum (PJ).

Total Degree Requirement for OEE Primary-Junior: 63.0 units

OEE Practicum Format

OEE candidates are assigned to an Associate School for both practicum components in the fall term.  The winter term practicum component will occur in an Ontario Outdoor or Experiential Education setting with an OCT certified teacher in good standing.  Candidates will return to their original Associate School for the summer 2 Practicum component.

Degree requirements are subject to change without notice.

Intermediate-Senior Degree Requirements

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Curriculum
Select 6.00 units of CURR in each of the two approved Intermediate-Senior teaching subjects from the table below12.00
Concentration
Select 6.00 units from the following:6.00
EDST
FOCI
Alternative Practicum (PJ)
Foundational Studies
Select 3.00 units from the following:3.00
Psychological Foundations of Education
Foundations of Assessment
Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education
Practicum
PRAC 411Practicum (IS/TE)1.50
PRAC 421Practicum (IS/TE)1.50
PRAC 431Practicum (ISTE)2.00
PRAC 441Practicum IS/TE2.00
PRAC 451Alternative Practicum IS/TE1.50
PRAC 461Practicum (IS/TE)2.00
Professional Studies
PROF 110Self As Teacher3.00
PROF 210Self as Learner3.00
PROF 310Self as Professional3.00
PROF 170School and Classroom Leadership: In Pursuit of School Effectiveness3.00
PROF 180School Law and Policy1.50
PROF 411Theory and Professional Practice (IS)1.50
PROF 500Supporting Learning Skills1.00
PROF 501Building a Professional Career as a Teacher1.50
PROF 502Introduction to Indigenous Studies for Teachers (PJ & IS)1.00
PROF 503Integrating Environmental Education in the Classroom1.00
PROF 504Educational Technology as a Teaching and Learning Tool1.50
PROF 505Meeting the Needs of Learners1.50
PROF 506English Language Learners3.00
PROF 507Transitions and Pathways1.50
PROF 508Teaching Grades 7 and 81.50
Total Units60.00

Approved Intermediate-Senior Teaching Subjects

Teaching Subject Fall Course Winter Course Fall/Winter Course
Science-Biology CURR 303 CURR 304 CURR 603
Science-Chemistry CURR 305 CURR 306 CURR 605
Dramatic Arts CURR 311 CURR 312 CURR 611
English CURR 317 CURR 318 CURR 617
Français langue seconde CURR 321 CURR 322 CURR 621
Geography CURR 325
History CURR 335 CURR 336 CURR 635
Mathematics CURR 370
Music-Vocal CURR 345 CURR 346 CURR 645
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies (Native Studies) CURR 341 CURR 342 CURR 641
Science-Physics CURR 351 CURR 352 CURR 651
Music-Instrumental CURR 365 CURR 366 CURR 665
Visual Arts CURR 379 CURR 380 CURR 679

Total Degree Requirement for Intermediate-Senior: 60.0 units

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Intermediate-Senior Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (ATEP)

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Intermediate-Senior Degree Requirements (see above) and Program Track (6.0 units)
EDST 201Theory of Indigenous Education3.00
FOCI 201Indigenous Teacher Education3.00
Total Units6.00
  • Program tracks combine an Education Studies (EDST) course, Program Focus (FOCI) course and PRAC 451 Alternative Practicum IS/TE.

Total Degree Requirement for ATEP Intermediate-Senior: 60.0 units

ATEP Practicum Format

ATEP Practicum Format Campus-based candidates are assigned to an Associate School for both practicum components in the fall term.  The winter term practicum component will occur where possible, in a designated First Nations Associate School or in a school with a significant Aboriginal student population within the Queen's catchment area, with an OCT certified teacher in good standing.  Candidates will return to their original Associate School for the summer 2 practicum component.

Intermediate-Senior Artist in Community Education (ACE)

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Intermediate-Senior Degree Requirements (see above) and Program Track (6.0 units)
EDST 222The Artist in Society3.00
FOCI 222Artist In Community Education3.00
Total Units6.00
  • Program tracks combine an Education Studies (EDST) course, Program Focus (FOCI) course and PRAC 451 Alternative Practicum IS/TE.

Total Degree Requirement for ACE Intermediate-Senior: 60.0 units

ACE Practicum Format

Candidates in the ACE program are placed in an Associate School in the Queen's catchment area for all practicum components in the fall, winter and summer 2 terms.  The Alternative Practicum is spent in a situation related to the artist's field such as artist-in-residence in a local school, working as an apprentice in an educational office in an Ontario gallery or theatre, or preparing an Arts program for implementation.

Intermediate-Senior Outdoor and Experiential Education (OEE)

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Intermediate-Senior Degree Requirements (see above) and Program Track (6.0 units)
EDST 260Understanding the Principles and Programs in Outdoor and Experiential Education3.00
FOCI 260Outdoor & Experiential Ed3.00
Total Units6.00
  • Program tracks combine an Education Studies (EDST) course, Program Focus (FOCI) course and PRAC 451 Alternative Practicum IS/TE.

Total Degree Requirement for ACE Intermediate-Senior: 60.0 units

OEE Practicum Format

OEE candidates are assigned to an Associate School for both practicum components in the fall term. The winter term practicum component will occur in an Ontario Outdoor or Experiential Education setting with an OCT certified teacher in good standing.  Candidates will return to their original Associate School for the summer 2 Practicum component.

Degree requirements are subject to change without notice.

Technological Education Degree Requirements

Applicants entering without an undergraduate degree who complete Technological Education are awarded a Diploma in Education (Dip.Ed.). Those entering with an undergraduate degree and who complete the program option are awarded a Bachelor of Education degree (B.Ed.). The same courses are taken in both the B.Ed. and the Dip.Ed. programs.

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Curriculum
CURR 360Teaching Tech Ed, Pt 13.00
CURR 361Teaching Tech Ed, Pt 23.00
CURR 368Curriculum Dev In Tech Ed, Pt13.00
CURR 369Curriculum Dev in Tech Ed,Pt 23.00
Concentration
Select 6.00 units from the following:6.00
Except Children & Adolescents
Broad-Based Technological Ed
Alternative Practicum (PJ)
Foundational
Select 3.00 units from the following:3.00
Psychological Foundations of Education
Foundations of Assessment
Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education
Practicum
PRAC 411Practicum (IS/TE)1.50
PRAC 421Practicum (IS/TE)1.50
PRAC 431Practicum (ISTE)2.00
PRAC 441Practicum IS/TE2.00
PRAC 451Alternative Practicum IS/TE1.50
PRAC 461Practicum (IS/TE)2.00
Professional Studies
PROF 110Self As Teacher3.00
PROF 210Self as Learner3.00
PROF 310Self as Professional3.00
PROF 170School and Classroom Leadership: In Pursuit of School Effectiveness3.00
PROF 180School Law and Policy1.50
PROF 411Theory and Professional Practice (IS)1.50
PROF 500Supporting Learning Skills1.00
PROF 501Building a Professional Career as a Teacher1.50
PROF 502Introduction to Indigenous Studies for Teachers (PJ & IS)1.00
PROF 503Integrating Environmental Education in the Classroom1.00
PROF 504Educational Technology as a Teaching and Learning Tool1.50
PROF 505Meeting the Needs of Learners1.50
PROF 506English Language Learners3.00
PROF 507Transitions and Pathways1.50
PROF 508Teaching Grades 7 and 81.50
Total Units60.00

Total Degree Requirement for Technological Education: 60.0 units

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