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Continuing Teacher Education

Faculty of Education

Mathematics, Primary & Junior Part 1

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Course Schedule
Session Dates Deadline Status
Winter 2019 Jan 28, 2019 - Apr 12, 2019 Jan 25, 2019 Open
Late Winter 2019 Feb 25, 2019 - Apr 26, 2019 Feb 08, 2019 Open
Spring 2019 Apr 15, 2019 - Jun 14, 2019 Mar 29, 2019 Open
Late Spring 2019 May 06, 2019 - Jun 28, 2019 Apr 19, 2019 Open
Summer 2019 Jun 24, 2019 - Aug 09, 2019 Jun 07, 2019 Open
Late Summer 2019 Aug 06, 2019 - Sep 27, 2019 Jul 12, 2019 Open
*Registration will remain open until 4:00 pm on the posted registration deadline date.
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Course Description

  • CONT542
  • CAN 685.00
  • Three-Part AQs
  • 6 credits
  • 125 hours
  • EN
  • Online

The goal of this course is to broaden your understanding of what it means to be mathematically literate and to learn how to develop this type of literacy in all your students.

To support student learning in mathematics, teachers need both subject-matter knowledge and pedagogical knowledge. The type of subject-matter knowledge teachers need goes well beyond a general ability to do math. It’s specific mathematical knowledge and skills unique to teachers. Mathematics Primary/Junior is designed to support you in acquiring this mathematical and pedagogical knowledge.

Your learning will begin with interpreting and understanding the resources provided in the course. You will deepen and extend your understanding by discussing the ideas with your colleagues online and at school. A significant part of your learning will happen when you take the ideas back to your classroom. Monitor the impact of these new practices on your students’ engagement and learning, and reflect on how you can improve. Where possible, tasks in this course will include options for experiential learning. If you are currently teaching a math class, consider choosing these experiential options.

Course Learning Expectations

In this course you will have the opportunity to:

• understand the theory of learning mathematics that is foundational to the Ministry of Education curriculum and instructional practices outlined in supporting documents
• understand the myriad factors that have an impact on students’ math learning (intellectual, social, emotional, physical, linguistic, cultural, spiritual, and moral development)
• learn how to create a safe, inclusive, equitable, and productive math-learning environment
• understand the developmental nature of math learning and know how to support a range of developmental levels and special needs using universal design, differentiation strategies, and accommodations
• use a design-down planning process for lesson planning and year–long planning
• integrate Ministry of Education assessment policies and guidelines into planning assessment in mathematics
• explore strategies for collaboration with in-school personnel and parents/guardians
• apply the OTF professional standards and ethical guidelines to your teaching and professional learning in mathematics

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Requirements

Application Requirements

We will use the OCT number you provide during online registration to confirm OCT Membership with qualifications in Primary, Junior, Intermediate or Senior. If you have a Diploma of Education, you are not eligible for this course.

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Materials

Course Materials

This course has no required resources.
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Accommodations

Accommodations

Applicants who require accommodations for a specific learning need (e.g., learning disability) within their AQ/ABQ course, should click here for further information and support.

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