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The Schulich School of Education at Nipissing University provides in-service education courses for teachers including: Additional Qualification (AQ) courses, Additional Basic Qualification (ABQ) courses, Honour Specialist courses, and Principal's Qualification (PQP) courses.

 

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Important Dates

How to Apply

 

Fall 2015 Online Course Schedule 


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DATE (April 30, 2015):

Important Information re: AQ/ABQ Math Subsidies

The OTF Affiliates (AEFO, ETFO, OECTA, and OSSTF) are currently involved in the collective bargaining process and are taking a range of steps to negotiate collective agreements for their members. OTF stands in solidarity with our Affiliates and our members in their work to achieve collective agreements.

Due to the current status of negotiations, as of May 1, 2015, no further Math AQ and ABQ subsidies will be offered.

If, by May 1, 2015, you have already registered for a Math AQ or ABQ course and go on to successfully complete the course, OTF will honour the subsidy.

If, by May 1, 2015, you have not already registered for a Math AQ or ABQ course, OTF will not provide a subsidy at this time. 

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 SPANISH LANGUAGE COURSES

We are pleased to announce that we have partnered up with the Ontario Modern Language Teachers Association(OMLTA) to offer the International ​Languages (Spanish) AQ courses.  After several successful offerings of the Part I course, we will be offering the Part II course in October 2015.

EDUC 2185 - International Languages (Spanish), Part II 

Credits: 6  

Prerequisite:  Applicants must have completed International Languages (Spanish), Part I or the equivalent thereof and submit evidence of at least one year of successful teaching experience. 

Hours: 125 (as mandated by OCT) 

International Languages (Spanish), Part II furthers awareness and understanding of classroom theory and practice in International Languages. Candidates examine various strategies for diversifying program planning, assessment, and evaluation in the International Languages classroom.  Focus is placed on effective learning strategies to promote authentic language use, to celebrate diversity, and to further initiatives that support the diverse learners present in 21st Century Ontario classrooms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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