Queen's University

Aboriginal Teacher Education Program

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Description
Opportunity for teacher candidates to specialize in Aboriginal education
  • qualifies graduates for the Ontario College of Teachers certification
  • four successive terms, starting in May and ending in August the following year
  • for both Primary-Junior (junior kindergarten to grade 6) and Intermediate-Senior (grades 7-12)
  • courses include Aboriginal perspectives, balancing Aboriginal-specific and student-centred learning with knowledge of the teaching/learning process, and research on Aboriginal education
Eligibility
  • Concurrent Education students in their final year as well as Consecutive Education teacher candidates
  • Suited to both Aboriginal (Status, non-Status, or M├ętis) and non-Aboriginal students with a university degree who are interested in Aboriginal education
  • priority is given to Aboriginal applicants
Application Process
Registration available on the website
Toll Free
1-800-862-6701
Office
613-533-6218
Fax
613-533-6203
Web Site
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Email
atep@queensu.ca
Languages
English
Contact
Paul Carl, Administrative Assistant/Program Assistant
Fees
Admission
Documents Required
As per the application process
Accessibility
Unknown
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
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Copyright
Community Navigation of Eastern Ontario / Navigation communautaire de l’Est ontarien
Last Updated On
March 1, 2022
Address
Faculty of Education, Duncan McArthur Hall; 511 Union St W, Rm A246
Kingston, ON, K7M 5R7
Cross street: Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd and King St W
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Hours of Operation
Unspecified
Service Area(s)
Ontario