The Mathematics Primary and Junior, Specialist course is designed to critically and collaboratively cultivate professional efficacy, emancipatory leadership practices and advance the scholarship of teaching by fostering cultures of critical reflection and inquiry. The course employs a critical, pedagogical lens to explore, in a holistic and integrated manner: theoretical foundations, learning theory, program planning, development and implementation, instructional design and practices, assessment and evaluation, the learning environment, research and ethical considerations related to teaching and learning across the divisions. Through these explorations, candidates strengthen professional efficacy by gaining in-depth knowledge, refining professional judgment and generating new knowledge for practice with attention to the First Nations learner and their personal learning environment.
Classes are held at the Ohsweken Campus from 9am - 5pm on the following dates:
- Tuesday July 4 - Friday July 7
- Monday July 10 - Friday July 14
- Monday July 17
- Part II of the specialist or an equivalent program
- Two years of successful classroom teaching experience, including at least one year teaching the subject
Tuesday June 27, 2017
Contact Reception at the Ohsweken Campus: 519-445-0023
Joe Restoule-General, B.A./B.Ed./M.Ed.