EDUCATION / ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Concurrent Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education - Pre-Service Program
The Concurrent Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and the Faculty of Education, in co-operation with St. Clair College. The aim is to provide the opportunity and preparation to individuals who wish to teach at the preschool and Primary-Junior levels.
Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and a diploma and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to fulfill the requirements for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers.
All students are required to complete the thirty-course requirement of the University of Windsor General B.A. degree program, in addition to the Education courses 80-203 (4.0), 80-204 (4.0), 80-205 (4.0), 80-311 (2.0), 80-313 (2.0), 80-314 (3.0), 80-315 (3.0), 80-316 (2.0), 80-317 (2.0), 80-318 (2.0), 80-319 (2.0), and Practice Teaching (80-491 (2.0), 80-492 (2.0), 80-493 (2.0), and 80-494 (2.0)). The St. Clair College Early Childhood Education component will consist of the following courses, ECE 100C, ECE 106C, ECE 117C, ECE 120C, ECE 130C, ECE 209C, ECE 210C, ECE 216C, ECE 230C, ECE 310C, ECE 408C, ECE 409C, ECE 411C, and field placements. Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system.
Fall Term: five B.A. courses
Winter Term: five B.A. courses
Fall Term: four B.A. courses; the B.Ed course 80-203 (Educational Psychology), 80-491 (full-year course)
Winter Term: ECE 100C, ECE 117C, ECE 120C, ECE 130C, ECE 210C, ECE 409C, and ECE 106; 80-491 (full-year course)
Spring Term: two weeks of E.C.E. preschool field placement and two weeks of B.Ed. JK/SK practice teaching (80-491 (full-year course))
Fall Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed courses 80-314, and 80-315; 80-492 (full-year course)
Winter Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed courses 80-311, 80-313, 80-316 and 80-317; 80-492 (full-year course)
Spring Term: four weeks of B.Ed. Junior grades practice teaching ( 80-492 (full-year course))
Fall Term: ECE 209C, ECE 230C, ECE 310C, ECE 408C, ECE 411C, ECE 216C and 4 week field placement; 80-493 (full-year course)
Winter: four B.A. courses; the B.Ed. course 80-204, 80-493 (full-year course)
Spring: four weeks of E.C.E. Infant/Toddler field placement
Fall Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed. courses 80-318 and 80-319; 80-494 (full-year course)
Winter Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed. course 80-205; 80-494 (full-year course)
Spring Term: 4 weeks of B.Ed. Primary grades practice teaching (80-494 (full-year course))
STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
Students must comply with the general university regulations, and with the academic regulations of their particular B.A program. In addition, candidates who obtain three or more final Education course grades below C will not be recommended for certification. Candidates who are unsuccessful in practice teaching or obtain a grade of F in any course will not be recommended for either a degree or certification. Students may repeat only one B.Ed. course, excluding 80-491, 80-492, 80-493, 80-494, for upgrading throughout the program. Any deviation from the prescribed sequence of courses must be approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Education.
Graduates of the program receive both the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Education (General) degrees from the University of Windsor, and the Diploma in Early Childhood Education from St. Clair College.
The Faculty of Education does not issue a teaching certificate. The Ontario Certificate of Qualification is issued by the Ontario College of Teachers upon recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Education. Only Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada qualify for this certificate. Under certain conditions, the Ontario College of Teachers may grant a non-Canadian citizen an Interim Certificate of Qualification.
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