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Ontario English Catholic Teachers

Kindergarten

Part 1

Kindergarten Part 1 explores the theoretical foundations, the development of learners, program planning and implementation, assessment, the learning environment, and ethical considerations related to teaching and learning. This course is open to all teachers who have the primary basic qualification.

Module 1: Play, Inquiry, The Learning Environment and Assessment
Module 2: Thinking About Learning and the Four Frames
Module 3: Demonstrating Mathematics Behaviours/The Power of the PLC
Module 4: Parental Involvement, Art, Problem Solving and Innovation
Module 5: Program Planning

Part 2

Kindergarten Part 2 explores the theoretical foundations, the development of learners, program planning and implementation, assessment, the learning environment, and ethical considerations related to teaching and learning.

Kindergarten Part 2 is open to all teachers* who have their primary basic qualification and have successfully completed Kindergarten Part 1. In addition, registrants are required to have completed one year of successful teaching experience, certified by a supervisory officer.

*Experience outside of Ontario must be certified by an appropriate supervisory official. Ontario teachers must hold certification by the Ontario College of Teachers in primary/junior education and be in good standing.

Module 1: Calm, Alert and Learning
Module 2: Loose Parts, Pedagogical Documentation, Assessment and the Professional Learning Community
Module 3: Listening, Reading, Mathematics and Inquiry
Module 4: Differentiating to Meet All Needs
Module 5: Inquiry Project on Assessment

Specialist

Kindergarten Specialist explores the theoretical foundations, the development of learners, program planning and implementation, assessment, the learning environment, and ethical considerations related to teaching and learning.

This course is open to all teachers* who have their primary basic qualification and have successfully completed Kindergarten Parts 1 and 2. In addition, registrants are required to have completed two years of successful teaching experience, with one year in the subject area (Kindergarten), certified by a supervisory officer.

*Experience outside of Ontario must be certified by an appropriate supervisory official. Teachers must hold certification by the Ontario College of Teachers in primary/junior education and be in good standing.

Module 1: Kindergarten in Ontario
Module 2: Witnessing the Learning
Module 3: The Modern Kindergarten Classroom
Module 4: The Importance of Environment and Self-Regulation
Module 5: Fair and Modern Assessment

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