The Teacher Education program offers a Bachelor of Education (BEd) offered full-time program that leads to a recommendation for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers valid in Ontario schools where English is the language of instruction.
This program is designed to educate teachers to be knowledgeable, skilled and reflective professionals capable of working in partnership with members of the community.
The Bachelor of Education (BEd) is divided into three divisions: primary/junior (k-grade 6) junior/intermediate (4-10), and intermediate/senior (7-12). In all three divisions, students learn educational theory and explore research in the field. Students also receive instruction on current teaching approaches and skills. Through field studies and the practicum, students are given opportunities to reflect on the links between theory and practice and to consider their own emerging practice.
The Ontario College of Teachers is responsible for licensing and regulating the teaching profession in the public interest. Students are responsible for ensuring that the College recognizes the degree on which their admission to the Bachelor of Education is based. The University of Ottawa is responsible only for ensuring the degree meets the admission criteria for the Bachelor of Education itself.
This program is offered in English only.
This two-year Bachelor of Education (BEd) is offered full-time. It prepares students to teach from Kindergarten to grade 6.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2015-2016 calendars for the previous requirements.
|PED 3102||Schooling and Society||3 Units|
|PED 3111||Teaching at the Primary Division: Part I||3 Units|
|PED 3112||Teaching at the Primary Division: Part II||3 Units|
|PED 3113||Teaching at the Primary Division: Part III||3 Units|
|PED 3114||Teaching at the Junior Division: Part I||3 Units|
|PED 3120||Teaching at the Junior Division: Part II||3 Units|
|PED 3121||Teaching at the Junior Division: Part III||3 Units|
|PED 3138||First Nations, Inuit and Métis Education: Historical Experiences and Contemporary Perspectives||3 Units|
|PED 3141||Curriculum Planning, Implementation and Assessment Part I||3 Units|
|PED 3142||Learning Theories and Practices in Inclusive Classrooms Part I||3 Units|
|PED 3150||Becoming a Teacher Through Inquiry in Practice||3 Units|
|PED 3151||Enacting Collaborative Inquiry in Professional Practice||3 Units|
|PED 3152||Enhancing Mathematics and Science Thinking||3 Units|
|PED 3200||Practicum in the Primary/Junior Division I||6 Units|
|PED 4141||Curriculum Planning, Implementation and Assessment Part II||3 Units|
|PED 4142||Learning Theories and Practices in Inclusive Classrooms Part II||3 Units|
|PED 4200||Practicum in the Primary Junior Division II||6 Units|
|3 course units from:||3 Units|
|Teaching in Roman Catholic Separate Schools|
|Integrating Technology in the Classroom|
|Equity in Education: Theory and Practice|
|Second Language Perspectives in Education|
|Social Justice and Global Education|
|Holistic and Non-Traditional Approaches to Education|
|Creating Healthy, Safe and Supportive Learning Environments|
|Counselling Applications in Elementary School Contexts|
|Kindergarten and the Early Years|
|Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum|
|Compulsory courses for French as a Second Language:|
|Enseignement du FLS aux cycles primaire et moyen I 1|
|Enseignement du français langue seconde aux cycles primaire et moyen - II|
Students in Primary/Junior French as a second language who pass the French-language proficiency test but experience difficulties in French must complete PED 1599 (3 additional units). The Faculty will automatically register the student in that course.