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LAKEHEAD CALENDAR 2009-2010

Lakehead 2009-2010 Academic Units Undergraduate Programs and Courses Faculty of Education Department of Undergraduate Studies in Education Concurrent Honours Bachelor Degree Programs
Concurrent Honours Bachelor Degree Programs

(Bachelor of Education with an honours bachelor degree in a partnering discipline)


A. Primary/Junior Specialization

The Bachelor of Education Degree for certification at the Primary/Junior level is offered concurrently with an honours degree in a partnering discipline in the following programs:
HBA (Anthropology, English, French, Geography, History, Indigenous Learning, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Studies)
HBK (Kinesiology)
HBOR (Outdoor Recreation)
HBASc (Anthropology, English, Interdisciplinary Studies, Geography)(Orillia Campus)
HBSc (Anthropology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology with Major Concentration in Physics, Mathematics, Physics)
See the appropriate departmental listings for requirements of the partnering degrees.

In concurrent Education programs at the Primary/Junior level, students must meet and complete requirements of the partnering honours bachelor degree program prior to entry into the Professional Year including:
1. 1 FCE in English, French or an Indigenous language
2. 1 FCE in Mathematics or Science
3. 1 FCE in Music or Visual Arts
4. Education 4410 (.5 FCE)
5. Education 4412, 4413, 4416, and one Education elective (see the Courses, Electives list, pages 86-87) (.25 FCE x 4=1 FCE)
6. A minimum cumulative average of 65% and a minimum major average of 70%
7. Students in the Honours BA, BEd (Indigenous Learning Major) are required to take one FCE in Native Language, Visual Arts 2060/Indigenous Learning 2060 and English 2702/Indigenous Learning 2702. Students should also take one FCE in English at the first-year level, including at least one of English 1111 or 1112, in the First Year. Students are encouraged to choose either Education 3235 or 3270 as their Education elective.


Concurrent honours Professional Year (Primary/Junior) requirements are:

(a) Core:
4000 Honours Concurrent Special Topic  

1.50

4414 Planning & Evaluation  

.25

4470 Introduction to Classroom Management  

.50

4499 Student Teaching in the Professional Year  

.50

     
(b) Curriculum and Instruction in Primary/Junior Education:
4012 Language Arts  

.50

4013 Teaching Early Literacy  

.25

4014 Science & Technology  

.25

4015 Social Studies  

.25

4016 Visual Arts  

.25

4017 Music  

.25

4018 Physical & Health Ed  

.25

4050 Mathematics  

.50

     
(c) One Education elective (see the Courses, Electives list, pages 86-87)  

.25

Total FCEs
 

5.50

     


These course components meet Ontario College of Teachers requirements for teacher certification in Ontario.



B. Junior/Intermediate Specialization

The Bachelor of Education Degree for certification at the Junior/Intermediate level is offered concurrently with an honours degree in a partnering discipline in the following programs:
HBA (Anthropology, English, French, Geography, History, Indigenous Learning, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Studies)
HBK (Kinesiology)
HBOR (Outdoor Recreation)
HBSc (Anthropology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology with Major Concentration in Physics, Mathematics, Physics)
See the appropriate departmental listings for requirements of the partnering degrees.

In concurrent education programs at the Junior/Intermediate level, students must meet and complete requirements of the partnering honours bachelor degree program prior to entry into the Professional Year including:
1. 1 FCE in English, French or an Indigenous language
2. 1 FCE in Mathematics or Science
3. 1 FCE in Visual Arts or Music
4. Education 4410 (.5 FCE)
5. Education 4412, 4413, 4416, and one Education elective (see the Courses, Electives list, pages 86-87) (.25 x 4 = 1 FCE)
6. At least 3 FCEs in a teachable subject, 5 FCEs if the teachable is French, and a Music or Visual Arts degree if the teachable is Music or Visual Arts. For recognized teachable subjects for J/I students see Levels and Teachables section.
7. A minimum cumulative and teachable average of 65% and a minimum major average of 70%.
8. Students in the Honours BA, BEd (Indigenous Learning Major) are required to take one FCE in Native Language, Visual Arts 2060/Indigenous Learning 2060 and English 2702/Indigenous Learning 2702. Students should also take one FCE in English at the first-year level, including at least one of English 1111 or 1112, in the First Year. Students are encouraged to choose either Education 3235 or 3270 as their Education elective.


Concurrent honours Professional Year (Junior/Intermediate) requirements are:

(a) Core:
4000 Honours Concurrent Special Topic 

1.50

4414 Planning & Evaluation 

.25

4470 Introduction to Classroom Management 

.50

4499 Student Teaching in the Professional Year 

.50

   
(b) Curriculum and Instruction in Junior/Intermediate Education:
4112 Language Arts 

.50

4113 Teaching Early Literacy 

.25

4114 Science & Technology 

.25

4115 Social Studies 

.25

4116 Visual Arts 

.25

4117 Music 

.25

4118 Physical & Health Ed 

.25

4151 Mathematics 

.50

   
(c) Curriculum and Instruction in one Intermediate teachable subject selected from:
4212 Media Literacy in the Middle Years Language Arts  
4214 General Science  
4215 History  
4216 Visual Arts  
4217 Music (Vocal)  
4218 Physical & Health Ed  
4231 Geography  
4232 French  
4233 Native Studies  
4234 Mathematics  
4235 Native Languages  
4239 Tutorial in a Teachable Subject (Computer Science)  
  

.25

Total FCE
 

5.50

   

These course components meet Ontario College of Teachers requirements for teacher certification in Ontario.



C. Intermediate/Senior Specialization

The Bachelor of Education Degree for certification at the Intermediate/Senior level is offered concurrently with an honours degree in a partnering discipline in the following programs:
HBA (Anthropology, English, English/French, English/History, French, Geography, History, Indigenous Learning, Mathematics, Music, Psychology)
HBES (Geography)
HBESc (Biology, Geography)
HBFA (Visual Arts)
HBK (Kinesiology)
HBOR (Outdoor Recreation)
HBSc (Anthropology, Biology, Biology and Chemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geography, Geology, Geology with Major Concentration in Physics, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology)
See the appropriate departmental listings for requirements of the partnering degrees.

In concurrent education programs at the Intermediate/Senior level, students must meet and complete
requirements of the partnering honours bachelor degree program prior to entry into the Professional Year
including:
1. 1 FCE in English, French or an Indigenous language
2. Education 4410 (.5 FCE)
3. Education 4412, 4413, 4416, and one Education elective (see the Courses, Electives list, pages 86-87) (.25 x 4 = 1 FCE)
4. A minimum cumulative and teachable average of 65% and a minimum major average of 70%.
5. At least 5 FCEs in a first teachable subject and 3 FCEs in a second teachable subject (5 FCEs if it is French, and a Music or Visual Arts Degree if it is Music or Visual Arts). For recognized I/S teachable subjects see Levels and Teachables.
6. Students in the Honours BA, BEd (Indigenous Learning Major) are required to take one FCE in Native Language, Visual Arts 2060/Indigenous Learning 2060 and English 2702/Indigenous Learning 2702. Students are encouraged to take one FCE in English at the first-year level, including at least one of English 1111 or 1112, in the First Year. Students are encouraged to choose either Education 3235 or 3270 as their Education elective.


Concurrent honours Professional Year (Intermediate/Senior) requirements are:

(a) Core:
4000 Honours Concurrent Special Topic 

1.50

4414 Planning & Evaluation 

.25

4470 Introduction to Classroom Management 

.50

4499 Student Teaching in the Professional Year 

.50

4213 Literacy & Learning in the IS Curriculum (if teachable
is English, choose one Education elective)
 

.25

4271 Guiding Student Choices 

.25

   
(b) Curriculum and Instruction in two teachable subjects (2.0 FCE) selected from:
4241 History  
4242 Social Sciences - General  
4244 Mathematics  
4245 Physical Education  
4260 Biology  
4261 Chemistry  
4262 General Science  
4263 Geography  
4265 Physics  
4280 English  
4281 French  
4283 Native Studies  
4284 Environmental Science (OE3 Program Delivery)   
4285 Native Languages  
4288 Tutorial in Education (Business, Computer Science, Music-I, Music-V, Visual Arts)  

1.0 FCE x 2
 

2.00

   
(c) Education elective (see the Courses, Electives list, pages 86-87) 

.25

Total FCE
 

5.50

   


These course components meet Ontario College of Teachers requirements for teacher certification in Ontario.