Program Overview

Candidates in this program will take courses over two summers and an Internship/Practicum, undertaken in the candidate’s home teaching location, whenever possible. Courses will be designed to be meaningful to candidates regardless of their broad-based discipline. Assignments, however, will be discipline-specific. The program will be offered over a 14-month period in two summer institutes with the Internship/Practicum being completed during the intervening Fall/Winter school year.

Course Sequencing:

Summer I

80-203     Psychology In Education
80-204     Differentiated Instruction
80-208     Assessment and Evaluation
80-332     Digital Technology Part I
80-386     Curriculum Development for Technological Studies: Part I
80-388     Principles and Methods of Teaching Technological Studies: Part I

Fall/Winter

80-497    Internship
80-498    Practicum

Summer II

80-205     Educational Foundations, Law and Ethics
80-206     Aboriginal Ways of Knowing
80-332     Digital Technology Part II
80-334     Language Across the Curriculum
80-339     Career and Guidance
80-387     Curriculum Development for Technological Studies: Part  II
80-389     Principles and Methods of Teaching Technological Studies: Part II