Bachelor of Education Primary/Junior (Aboriginal)
The Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education offers a Bachelor of Education degree for students interested in teaching at the Primary/Junior level (grades K-6).
The program incorporates Aboriginal learning preferences and cultural diversity. This community-based curriculum model relies on qualified local Aboriginal educators to facilitate the learner’s educational journey. Courses are offered in a facilitated learning cohort model, face-to-face or online.
Successful graduates will receive a Bachelor of Education degree. Upon successful completion of a teacher education program, teacher candidates are normally recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for membership and to receive their Ontario Certificate of Qualification.
- Undergraduate credits required may be taken on a Letter of Permission (LOP). Students electing this method should familiarize themselves with LOP regulations.
- Brock will award a maximum of ten advanced standing credits. Students seeking advanced standing through transfer credits should consult the Admissions section of this Calendar for further information.
- All candidates must take the five Aboriginal adult education credits and the practicum through Brock.
- One credit from ABST 2M90 – 2M95
- one credit from ABST 2M96 – 2M99
- ADED 4F84, 4F85, 4F86, 4F87 and 4F88
- EDUC 8L09, 8P08, 8P10, 8P11, 8P30, 8P33, 8P91, 8P94, 8Y04, 8Y05, 8Y31, 8Y36, 8Y38, 8Y39, 8Y50, 8Y60, 8Y61 and 8Y63
- one Humanities context credit
- one Science context credit
- one Social Science context credit
- two elective credits numbered 1(alpha)00 or above
- two elective credits numbered 2(alpha)00 or above
Candidates may be admitted with at least Grade 12 standing. Preference will be given to those with some post-secondary experience.
For complete details about admissions to the B.Ed. Primary/Junior program, visit the 2017-2018 calendar page through the Office of the Registrar or contact the Tecumseh Centre directly.