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I was looking at Trent Universitys Emphasis in Teacher Education program and i had a few questions What courses would i be taking in the program and will i get what i need to get into teachers college?

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Victoria Fowler on January 22, 2018

To be Eligible for the Emphasis on the training of Teachers In the Trent needs to be a full-time Honors Student.The Emphasis does not guarantee admission to any Consecutive B. Ed. the program but the transcripts of students graduating with an undergraduate degree, who have successfully completed the requirements of the Emphasis, will contain the notation "with an Emphasis on Teacher training.". Since the course requirements for admission to Consecutive B. Ed. the programs vary from primary and secondary candidates, the requirements for the Emphasis in Teacher education also differ based on which stream students choose. Although the requirements for the Emphasis in teacher education can be met within the twenty credits required for the completion of a bachelor's degree, students may decide or need to take one or two extra credits to fulfill the requirements.. ELEMENTARY STREAM In addition to completing the requirements for a single-or joint-major B. A. or B. Sc. there are five required credits for the elementary stream. These credits are to be selected from the designated list of courses below and must include a minimum of two credits each in the plan of Studies (including at least a credit in mathematics or science), foundational Studies (including at least one credit in visual or performing arts), and a fifth credit in either curriculum or Foundational Studies or EDEM 4000Y. 1) Curriculum Studies (at least 2 credits) - at least 1 credit in mathematics or science selected from any mathematics credit (or PSYC 215 or PSYC 2017H) or any credit in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental And Resource Science, Physical Geography or Physics that includes regular lab work (these include ERSC - BIOL 2700Y (270), MATH 2080Y (280) and PHYS 2090Y (209), that are designed for potential elementary teachers who lack a background in mathematics or science). - at least 1 credit in visual or performing arts selected from: ANTH 3510Y (351), ANTH - CAST - INDG 2530Y (253) CUST 211, 216, 217, 225, 226, 245, 270, 280, 305, 311, 315, 345, 346, 370, 375, 380, 381, 385, 470 INDG 3951Y, 3952Y, 3953Y, 3954Y. 2) Foundational Studies (at least 2 credits) At least 2 credits selected from: CAST - POST - SOCI 3000Y (300), ENGL 3100Y, 3810Y, HIST - CAST 2300Y, 2320Y (232), 2360Y, INDG 3300Y, PSYC 2450H (202H), 2400H (225H), 2600H (227H), 2500H (281H), 450H (307H), 3590H (308H), 3610H (323H), 3510H (381H), 3580H (383H), SOCI 220, 230, 334H, 341H, 370, SOCI - WMST 343H.. 3) EDEM 4000Y - Learning styles and teaching children with special needs This course is open only to students who have at least an overall average of 70% and are in their final year in the Emphasis in Teacher education. Includes work with students with special needs, the participation of one-half day per week in a primary, secondary or intermediate classroom and coursework focused on literacy development.. SECONDARY STREAM In addition to the requirements for a single-or joint-major honours B. A. or B. Sc., there are eleven required credits for the secondary stream. These credits are to be selected from the designated list of subjects and courses below and must include a minimum of: five credits in the first "teachable" subject, a minimum of three credits in the second "teachable" subject, two credits in Foundational Studies, and one credit from the same list of courses or EDEM 4000Y.. 1) Curriculum Studies (5 credits in first teaching subject, 3 credits in second teaching subject matter in the Teaching of the topics include: Biology, Chemistry, computer Science, dramatic Arts, English, environmental Science, French, Geography, History, Indigenous Studies, Mathematics , Physics and the Visual Arts. The minimum 5+3 requirement can be met through a single-major honours degree, with three additional courses in a second teaching subject, or through a joint-major Honours degree in two teaching subjects.. 2) Foundational Studies (at least 2 credits) At least 2 credits selected from: CAST - POST - SOCI 3000 (300), ENGL 2000, 3100Y, 3810Y, 3850Y, HIST - CAST 2320Y (232), INDG 3300Y, PSYC 2450H (202H), 2400H (225H), 2600H (227H), 2500H (281H), 450H (307H), 3590H (308H), 3610H (323H), 3510H (381H), 3580H (383H), SOCI 220, 230, 334H, 341H, 370, SOCI - WMST 343H.. 3) EDEM 4000Y See above.


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