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                           TEAS 2011 – Addenda
                              Teacher Education Application Service
 Changes provided in these addenda modify the information in this document, published in September 2010.
           Contact the appropriate university directly if you have questions about these changes.
           Service de demande d’amission en formation à l’enseignement
     Les changements fournis au présent addenda modifient les renseignements dans ce document, produit en
               septembre 2010. Veuillez adresser toute question à leur sujet à l’université en cause.


The University of
Western Ontario
On October 19, 2010, The University of Western
Ontario informed the OUAC of the following change
to the TEAS 2011 booklet:

On page 56, under “Minimum Requirements for
BEd Programs” DELETE:

•	     All	 candidates	 must	 have	 successfully	 completed	
       10 full undergraduate university credits (or the
       equivalent) by August 31, 2011.

and REPLACE with:

•	     All	 candidates	 must	 have	 successfully	 completed	
       10 full undergraduate university credits (or the
       equivalent) by August 31, 2010.




 www.ouac.on.ca/teas/                                              http://centre.ouac.on.ca/teas/
                                           TEAS 2011 – ADDENDA
Last revised: October 19, 2010                                       Dernière mise à jour : le 19 octobre, 2010
                                                                                                 170 Research Lane
                                                                                               Guelph ON N1G 5E2
                                                                                              www.ouac.on.ca/teas/
                                                                                      http://centre.ouac.on.ca/teas/




                                         TEAS 2011
                 Teacher Education Application Service
    Service de demande d’admission en formation à l’enseignement

Important Dates for 2010–2011                              Dates importantes 2010–2011
Wednesday, December 1, 2010                                Mercredi 1er décembre 2010
Deadline for receipt of applications and program           Pour les programmes de Teacher Education (B. Ed.
choice amendments at the OUAC.                             anglais), date limite de réception de la demande
                                                           au Centre et de toute modification aux choix de
Wednesday, December 8, 2010                                programme.
Deadline for cheques, money orders or electronic
payment (for online applications) to be received by        Mercredi 8 décembre 2010
TEAS.                                                      Les chèques, les mandats-poste, ou paiements
                                                           électroniques (demandes en ligne), destiné à acquitter les
Friday, April 1, 2011                                      droits pour les demandes d’admission aux programmes
Offers of admission released to successful applicants by   en anglais doivent être reçus au plus tard à cette date.
the universities.
                                                           Mardi 1er mars 2011
Sunday, April 3, 2011                                      Date limite de réception des demandes aux programmes
Applicants are able to view/respond to offers of           de formation à l’enseignement français (B. Ed. français)
admission online.                                          à l’Université d’Ottawa et à l’Université Laurentienne.

Applicants should submit only one application.             Mardi 8 mars 2011
                                                           Les chèques, les mandats-poste, ou paiements
                                                           électroniques (demandes en ligne), destiné à acquitter les
                                                           droits pour les demandes d’admission aux programmes
                                                           en français doivent être reçus au plus tard à cette date.

                                                           Vendredi 1er avril 2011
                                                           Communication (par les universités) des offres
                                                           d’admission aux candidates et candidats sélectionnés.

                                                           Dimanche 3 avril 2011
                                                           Les candidates et les candidats peuvent vérifier/
                                                           répondre à compter de cette date aux offres
                                                           d’admission en ligne.

                                                           Les candidates et les candidats ne doivent soumettre
                                                           qu’une seule demande.


            Apply online at www.ouac.on.ca/teas/
   Faites demande en ligne : http://centre.ouac.on.ca/teas/
                                     Document last revised November 9, 2010
                                     Dernière mise à jour : le 9 novembre 2010
    Table of Contents                                                                 Table des matières
    About TEAS ................................................................. 2    À propos de TEAS ....................................................... 2
    Application Information ............................................. 3           Renseignements sur la demande ............................... 3
    OUAC and Privacy ....................................................... 6        Confidentialité et le Centre ....................................... 6
    Applicant Responsibilities ........................................... 9          Responsabilités de la candidate ou du candidat .... 10
    Preparing the Application ........................................ 10             Préparer la demande ................................................ 11
    Contact Information ................................................. 16          Communication ......................................................... 17

    Program and Supplementary Fees Chart................. 18                          Tableau des programmes
                                                                                      et des droits supplémentaires .................................. 18
    University Information
    Brock University ........................................................ 19      Renseignements universitaires
    Lakehead University .................................................. 27         Université Laurentienne ........................................... 32
    Laurentian University ................................................ 30         Université d’Ottawa .................................................. 37
    Nipissing University ................................................... 34
    University of Ottawa................................................. 37
    Queen’s University .................................................... 38
    University of Toronto ................................................ 45
    Trent University ......................................................... 49
    University of Ontario
    Institute of Technology (UOIT) ................................. 52
    The University of Western Ontario .......................... 56
    Wilfrid Laurier University ......................................... 61
    University of Windsor ............................................... 65
    York University .......................................................... 71


           Read the entire instruction booklet before                                       Lire le livret de directives en entier avant de
                  completing the application.                                                      remplir la demande d’admission.

              Apply online at www.ouac.on.ca/teas/.                                               Faire demande en ligne à l’adresse
                                                                                                     http://centre.ouac.on.ca/teas/.




About TEAS                                                                           À propos de TEAS
The Teacher Education Application Service (TEAS) is                                  Le Service de demande d’admission en formation
a not-for-profit, centralized application service for                                à l’enseignement (TEAS) est un organisme sans but
applicants to the faculties of education at Ontario                                  lucratif chargé du traitement des demandes d’admission
universities. TEAS was developed by the admissions                                   aux facultés d’éducation des universités ontariennes.
personnel at these universities and is operated by                                   Établi par le personnel d’admission de ces universités,
the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC),                                 il fait partie du Centre de demande d’admission aux
a division of the Council of Ontario Universities. Its                               universités de l’Ontario, une division du Conseil des
purpose is to facilitate applying to teacher education                               universités de l’Ontario. Le mandat du service est
programs and to reduce duplication in application                                    de faciliter le processus de demande et de réduire le
processing. Each faculty of education is completely                                  dédoublement relatif au traitement des demandes.
autonomous in reaching its own admission decisions,                                  Chaque faculté d’éducation est entièrement autonome
with TEAS providing only the application processing                                  au chapitre de ses prises de décision en matière
service.                                                                             d’admission. TEAS ne s’occupe que du traitement des
                                                                                     demandes.
TEAS is an online application that can be found
at www.ouac.on.ca/teas/. Applicants can obtain                                       La demande d’admission en ligne TEAS est disponible
information about the application process and can                                    à l’adresse http://centre.ouac.on.ca/teas/. Sur ce site
view details concerning their application on this                                    Web, les candidates et les candidats peuvent obtenir
comprehensive website.                                                               des renseignements relatifs au processus de demande
                                                                                     ainsi que les détails concernant leur dossier.

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TEAS will process and forward applications and               Le Centre traite et fait parvenir la demande à toutes
amendments to all requested faculties of education,          les facultés d’éducation visées par cette dernière, que
regardless of the qualifications of the applicant or         les candidates et les candidats répondent ou non aux
the date of receipt of the application/amendment.            conditions, et peu importe la date de réception de
This does not imply that these applications will be          la demande ou des modifications. Cela ne signifie
considered by the faculties of education. There are no       pas nécessairement que les facultés d’éducation
refunds.                                                     considéreront ces demandes. Les droits ne sont pas
                                                             remboursables.
The order of applicant choices will not be a criterion
for the selection of applicants to any program listed        L’ordre des choix de la candidate ou du candidat n’a
herein.                                                      aucune incidence sur la sélection des candidates et des
                                                             candidats aux programmes énumérés dans la présente
Submit only one application. Applications can be             publication.
used only for the year specified; a new application is
produced annually.                                           Ne soumettre qu’une seule demande d’admission.
                                                             La demande d’admission peut être utilisée uniquement
About the OUAC                                               pour l’année en cours. Une nouvelle demande est
The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC),         produite tous les ans.
located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, is a central bureau
whose function is the processing of applications for         À propos du Centre
admission to the province’s universities. The OUAC           Le Centre de demande d’admission aux universités
provides a cost-effective and efficient service achieved     de l’Ontario, à Guelph (Ontario) Canada est un
through innovative computer and data management              bureau central de réception et de traitement des
activities.                                                  demandes d’admission aux universités de la province.
                                                             Des technologies de pointe assurent la rentabilité et
Founded in 1971 by the Committee of Presidents of            l’efficacité des services offerts aux candidates et aux
the Universities of Ontario (now called the Council          candidats.
of Ontario Universities) and the Ontario Universities’
Council on Admissions, the activities of the OUAC            Le Centre a été fondé en 1971 par le Committee of
are monitored by an Advisory Board. This board is            Presidents of the Universities of Ontario (aujourd’hui
appointed by, and reports to, the Council of Ontario         le Conseil des universités de l’Ontario) et le Ontario
Universities and is responsible for overseeing the           Universities’ Council on Admissions. Son administration
operations and management of the OUAC. The board             relève d’un comité consultatif qui exerce des pouvoirs
includes representation from each of its user groups         qui lui sont conférés par le Conseil des universités de
and is chaired by a university president.                    l’Ontario. Ce comité est constitué des divers groupes
                                                             d’utilisateurs et est présidé par la présidente ou le
                                                             président de l’une des universités.



Application Information                                      Renseignements sur la demande
In the sections that follow, applicants will be able to      Les pages qui suivent comprennent les directives
locate details on the application procedure and general      et modalités relatives au processus de demande
requirements for admission. Applicants who require           d’admission. Pour des renseignements spécifiques
further details for any individual faculty of education      aux universités, communiquer directement avec
should contact that institution directly.                    l’établissement en question.

Notice Regarding this Publication                            Avis concernant la présente publication
While every effort is made to ensure accuracy in this        Le présent livret a été rédigé avec soin pour assurer
publication, the OUAC and the faculties of education         l’exactitude du contenu. Toutefois, le Centre et les
reserve the right to amend the information presented         facultés d’éducation se réservent le droit de modifier,
as necessary at any time. In particular, while it is         au besoin, les renseignements qui y sont contenus. Plus
expected that all programs listed in this publication will   précisément, bien qu’il soit prévu que les programmes
be offered, the faculties of education reserve the right     énumérés seront effectivement offerts, les facultés
to withdraw or change academic program offerings at          d’éducation se réservent le droit de retirer ou de
any time. Please refer to the websites of the faculties      modifier certains programmes sans préavis. Consulter
of education for announcements of this type.                 les sites Web des facultés d’éducation pour connaître
                                                             les avis à ce sujet.

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The faculties of education and TEAS do not endorse         Ni TEAS ni les facultés d’éducation ne sanctionnent des
or support presentations or publications other than        présentations ou publications autres que les leurs. Pour
their own. Up-to-date information should be obtained       les informations les plus récentes, veuillez contacter
directly from the school admissions offices or their       directement le bureau de l’admission ou le site Web
websites.                                                  des universités.

School Board Requirements for                              Exigences des conseils scolaires relatives
Criminal Background Checks                                 à la vérification des antécédents criminels
In order to meet Ontario College of Teachers               Afin de satisfaire aux exigences de l’Ordre des
requirements, Teacher Education programs require           enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario, les
successful completion of practice teaching in Ontario      programmes de formation à l’enseignement exigent
schools. School boards require students on practice        l’achèvement de stages en milieu scolaire en Ontario.
teaching assignments in Ontario schools to complete        Les conseils scolaires vérifieront les antécédents
a satisfactory criminal background check prior to          criminels de toute personne avant de lui permettre de
having direct contact with students. Without a             faire un stage pédagogique. Les écoles ne permettront
satisfactory criminal record check, the schools will       pas à quiconque de participer à ce stage sans preuve
not allow students to participate in practice teaching.    suffisante de son admissibilité. Cette exigence est
This requirement is separate from the OCT’s criminal       distincte de la vérification des antécédents criminels
background check. This check is not required until an      effectuée par l’Ordre. Cette vérification n’est nécessaire
offer of admission to a faculty of education has been      qu’à la réception d’une offre d’admission à un
received.                                                  programme de formation à l’enseignement.

Use the Proper Application                                 Utiliser la demande d’admission appropriée
Applicants should use the TEAS application to apply        Il faut utiliser la demande TEAS pour faire demande à
for admission to a program leading to the Ontario          un programme consécutif d’une université ontarienne
College of Teachers Certificate of Qualification in        menant à l’obtention de la carte de compétence de
a consecutive program at an Ontario faculty                l’Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario.
of education. For a concurrent program, use the            Pour un programme concomitant, utiliser la demande
undergraduate application (OUAC 105), available at         d’admission au premier cycle (OUAC 105), disponible
www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/. For graduate degrees in          à l’adresse http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/. Pour
Teacher Education, contact each faculty of education       les programmes d’études supérieures en formation à
directly. Applicants who hold an Ontario College           l’enseignement, communiquer directement avec chaque
of Teachers Certificate of Qualification and wish to       faculté d’éducation. Les candidates et les candidats
take additional courses in education should use the        qui ont déjà une carte de compétence de l’Ordre des
university application available at each faculty of        enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario et qui
education. Applicants should contact each university       désirent suivre des cours supplémentaires en éducation
directly for information about mature student status.      doivent utiliser la demande de l’université appropriée.
                                                           Communiquer directement avec l’université en question
Eligibility for Teaching Certification in Ontario          pour obtenir des précisions quant au statut de candidat
Those who wish to teach in Ontario’s publicly funded       adulte à cette dernière.
education system must be certified by the Ontario
College of Teachers (OCT). For detailed information        Admissibilité à obtenir une certification
regarding the licensing requirements of the OCT,           d’enseignant de l’Ontario
please visit www.oct.ca.                                   Pour enseigner dans le système public d’éducation de
                                                           l’Ontario, il faut détenir une autorisation d’enseigner
Amendments                                                 conférée par l’Ordre des enseignantes et des
Applicants will be able to make online changes to their    enseignants de l’Ontario. Pour obtenir de plus amples
application through TEAS once they have submitted          renseignements au sujet des exigences de l’Ordre à ce
their application and paid all required fees. Applicants   sujet, consulter le site www.oeeo.ca.
will require their OUAC/TEAS Reference Number and
password to access their application and make changes.     Modifications
After submitting changes, applicants will be locked out    Une fois leur demande soumise et tous les droits
of their application for one business day.                 applicables réglés, les candidates et les candidats
                                                           peuvent accéder à leur dossier par le biais de TEAS.
When applicants add another faculty of education,          Il leur faudra y indiquer leur Numéro de référence
the OUAC will forward their file to the new choice.        OUAC/TEAS et leur mot de passe pour vérifier les
Applicants will be required to submit any required         renseignements et apporter des modifications en ligne.
                                                           Après avoir soumis des modifications à leur dossier, les


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additional choice fees, transcript request fees and/or     candidates et les candidats ne pourront accéder à leur
supplementary fees to the OUAC. Applicants who have        dossier pendant un jour ouvrable.
attended a university outside of Ontario must arrange
to have official transcripts sent to any new faculty of    Si la candidate ou le candidat ajoute une nouvelle
education selected.                                        faculté d’éducation, le Centre acheminera son dossier
                                                           à cette dernière. Elle ou il doit toutefois soumettre les
When applicants drop a choice, the supplementary           droits de service exigibles pour les choix additionnels,
fees they paid for that faculty of education will not be   pour les demandes de relevés de notes et/ou les droits
refunded, nor can they be applied to another school        supplémentaires. Les candidates et les candidats qui
choice.                                                    ont fréquenté une université en dehors de l’Ontario
                                                           doivent prendre les dispositions nécessaires pour que
Offers of Admission                                        leur relevé de notes officiel soit envoyé à la nouvelle
The universities will send offers of admission to          faculté.
successful applicants on April 1, 2011. After this date,
offers of admission may be made as positions become        En cas d’annulation d’un choix, les droits
available.                                                 supplémentaires ne seront pas retournés et ne
                                                           pourront pas être transférés à un autre choix de faculté
The faculties of education will evaluate applications      d’éducation.
and advise applicants of their admission decisions.
Offer information will be displayed in your TEAS 2011      Offres d’admission
application as it is made available by the faculties of    La date de l’envoi des offres d’admission par les
education. The OUAC does not make any admission            universités est le 1er avril 2011. Après cette date, les
decisions. Any questions concerning an admission           facultés pourront effectuer des offres si elles disposent
decision must be directed to the faculties of education.   de places libres.
Successful applicants must ensure that they are
aware of the conditions, if applicable, of their offer     Les facultés évalueront les demandes et aviseront les
of admission when accepting an offer of admission.         candidates et les candidats de leur décision relativement
Conditions of admission are noted in the applicant’s       à leur admission. Des renseignements pertinents à
official offer of admission.                               l’offre seront affichés dans votre demande TEAS 2011,
                                                           et ce, dès qu’ils seront disponibles. Le Centre ne prend
Applicants who have been offered admission will            aucune décision en matière d’admission; adresser toute
receive instructions from the faculty of education about   question au sujet d’une offre d’admission à la faculté en
responding to the offer online. It is not necessary to     question. Les candidates et les candidats reçus doivent
return paper forms to the OUAC.                            être conscients des conditions de l’offre d’admission, le
                                                           cas échéant, au moment où ils acceptent cette dernière.
Applicants are required to respond to offers of            Les conditions d’admissions sont énumérées dans l’offre
admission from the Ontario faculties of education          d’admission officielle de la candidate ou du candidat.
by logging in to their TEAS 2011 application. Offer
information will not be available on TEAS until            La faculté en question fournira aux candidates et aux
April 3, 2011. After submitting responses to offers        candidats à qui elle aura envoyé une offre d’admission
of admission, applicants will be locked out of their       la marche à suivre pour y répondre en ligne. Il n’est
application for one business day. Please note that         pas nécessaire de retourner les documents papier au
the response process involves several steps. Accepted      Centre.
candidates will receive an OUAC/TEAS Confirmation
Number after successfully submitting a response to         Les candidates et les candidats doivent répondre
their offer of admission.                                  à une offre d’admission d’une faculté d’éducation
                                                           ontarienne en accédant à leur demande TEAS 2011.
Applicants are responsible for responding by the expiry    Les offres d’admission ne seront pas disponibles sur le
date stipulated by the faculties of education. Accepting   site Web TEAS avant le 3 avril 2011. Après avoir soumis
an offer of admission from one faculty of education will   une réponse à une offre d’admission, les candidates
not cancel applications to other faculties of education    et les candidats ne pourront accéder à leur dossier
and/or programs. However, applicants may have only         pendant un jour ouvrable. Veuillez noter que la
one acceptance of an offer on file at a time.              procédure de réponse comprend plusieurs étapes.
                                                           Les candidates et les candidats acceptés reçoivent un
                                                           numéro de confirmation OUAC/TEAS, une fois leur offre
                                                           d’admission soumise avec succès.

                                                           Il incombe à la candidate ou au candidat de répondre
                                                           à une offre avant la date limite stipulée par la

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OUAC and Privacy                                            faculté. L’acceptation d’une offre d’admission à une
                                                            faculté donnée n’annule pas pour autant la demande
                                                            d’admission aux autres facultés ou programmes
The OUAC takes extensive measures to ensure the
                                                            sélectionnés. Toutefois, une candidate ou un candidat
safety and security of its website.
                                                            ne peut détenir qu’une seule acceptation à la fois.
The OUAC encrypts application data using Secure
Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, the industry standard
for protecting web communications.                          Confidentialité et le Centre
Email
                                                            Le Centre prend les mesures nécessaires pour assurer la
Messages that applicants send to the OUAC by email
                                                            sécurité et la protection de son site Web.
may not be secure. The OUAC recommends that
applicants do not send any confidential information by
                                                            Le Centre s’est doté de la technologie du protocole SSL
email. Applicants who choose to send any confidential
                                                            (Secure Sockets Layer) pour chiffrer les données, et fait
information to the OUAC via email should be aware
                                                            appel aux pratiques de sécurité normalisées afin de
that they accept the risk that a third party may
                                                            protéger les transactions sur le Web.
intercept this information.
                                                            Courriel
Declaration and Notice of Collection, Use,
                                                            Il se peut que les messages électroniques envoyés au
Disclosure and Treatment of Your Personal
                                                            Centre par les candidates et les candidats ne soient
Information Provided as Part of Your TEAS (Teacher
                                                            pas sécurisés. Le Centre recommande de n’envoyer
Education Application Service) Application
                                                            aucune information confidentielle par courriel. La
                                                            candidate ou le candidat qui choisit de faire parvenir
The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) is
                                                            des renseignements confidentiels par ce moyen accepte
operated by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU).
                                                            par le fait même qu’un tiers puisse intercepter cette
As a division of the COU, the OUAC has been processing
                                                            information.
applications on behalf of universities in Ontario since
1971. To apply for admission to a faculty of education
                                                            Déclaration et avis de collecte, d’utilisation,
at a university in Ontario, your application must be
                                                            de divulgation et de traitement de vos
processed through the OUAC. The OUAC forwards
                                                            renseignements personnels fournis dans le cadre
your application information to the university(ies) of
                                                            de votre demande TEAS (Service de demande
your choice. By applying through the OUAC, you agree
                                                            d’admission en formation à l’enseignement)
that the university(ies) of your choice will obtain the
personal information you have provided to the OUAC
                                                            Le Centre de demande d’admission aux universités
and the OUAC will collect, use, disclose and otherwise
                                                            de l’Ontario (« le Centre ») est exploité par le Conseil
treat your personal information as otherwise set out in
                                                            des universités de l’Ontario (CUO). À titre de division
this Declaration and Notice.
                                                            du CUO, le Centre traite depuis 1971 les demandes
                                                            d’admission pour le compte des universités en Ontario.
The personal information requested in this application
                                                            Pour faire demande à une faculté d’éducation d’une
is required by the OUAC and by the universities for
                                                            université de l’Ontario, votre demande d’admission
the purpose of your application and must be provided
                                                            doit être traitée par le Centre, lequel achemine
together with your application fee. Incomplete
                                                            les renseignements relatifs à cette dernière aux
applications will not be considered. Universities may
                                                            universités de votre choix. En faisant demande par
require additional personal information from you
                                                            le biais du Centre, vous acceptez que l’université
to complete your application, and they may use and
                                                            (ou les universités) de votre choix reçoive(nt) les
disclose your personal information for other purposes
                                                            renseignements personnels que vous avez fournis au
in accordance with their own personal information
                                                            Centre, lequel recueille, utilise, divulgue et traite vos
practices. For example, faculties of education will
                                                            renseignements personnels, tel qu’il est stipulé dans la
require you to provide them with information about
                                                            présente déclaration et avis.
whether and to what extent you have a prior criminal
record. Universities disclose personal information
                                                            Les renseignements personnels devant être fournis
to regulatory authorities, law enforcement or other
                                                            dans la présente demande d’admission sont exigés
persons, when authorized or required to do so by law.
                                                            par le Centre et les universités dans le cadre de votre
                                                            demande d’admission, et doivent être communiqués au
It is your responsibility to ensure that your application
                                                            moment du règlement de vos droits d’admission. Les
information and all supporting documentation
                                                            demandes d’admission incomplètes ne seront pas prises
is truthful, complete and correct, and that your
                                                            en considération. Les universités peuvent exiger de


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autobiographical and personal submissions are                  votre part des renseignements personnels additionnels
authored solely and entirely by you. The OUAC                  dans le but de compléter votre demande d’admission;
and the universities reserve the right to verify any           elles peuvent utiliser et divulguer vos renseignements
information provided as part of this application. If           personnels à d’autres fins conformément à leurs
any information in your application is determined to           propres pratiques en matière de renseignements
be false or misleading, concealed, withheld, or written        personnels et de vie privée. Par exemple, les facultés
by a third party, your application may be invalidated          d’éducation exigeront que vous leur fournissiez des
and this could result in its immediate rejection or in the     renseignements, le cas échéant, sur tout dossier criminel
revocation of an offer of admission or registration at         à votre actif. Les universités divulguent également
a university. This determination about your application        les renseignements personnels aux organismes de
may be shared with universities and colleges across            réglementation, aux organismes d’application de la loi
Canada. The determination of whether an application            et à toute autre personne, tel qu’autorisé ou exigé par
contains false or misleading information or that you           la loi.
have concealed or withheld information, and with
which universities and colleges this information may be        Il vous incombe de vous assurer que les renseignements
shared, is solely in the discretion of the OUAC and/or         contenus dans votre demande d’admission et tous
the university(ies) to which you have applied.                 documents à l’appui soient véridiques, complets et
                                                               exacts, et que vous soyez le seul et unique auteur
The OUAC is committed to protecting your privacy               de toute notice autobiographique et documents
in relation to the personal information you provide            personnels que vous avez soumis. Le Centre et
in support of your application. If, after providing            les universités se réservent le droit de vérifier les
your application, you do not register at a faculty of          renseignements fournis dans la demande d’admission.
education at an Ontario university, the OUAC will not          S’il est déterminé que tout renseignement relatif à
retain any original documentation or paper records in          votre demande d’admission est faux ou trompeur, a
respect of your application. Documentation in support          été dissimulé ou n’a pas été fourni, ou a été écrit par
of applications filed in a specific academic year will         une tierce partie, votre demande d’admission peut
not be returned, forwarded or copied to applicants, or         alors être jugée non valide, ce qui pourrait mener au
forwarded to third parties prior to being destroyed at         refus ou à l’annulation de cette dernière ou de votre
the end of each application cycle.                             inscription à l’université. Cette information peut être
                                                               partagée avec d’autres établissements universitaires ou
The OUAC does retain the current (and historical)              collégiaux du Canada. Il est strictement à la discrétion
electronic version(s) of your application(s) in                du Centre ou de l’université (ou des universités)
accordance with the OUAC’s records retention policy            visée(s) de déterminer si une demande d’admission
and maintains administrative, technical and physical           contient des renseignements faux ou trompeurs ou
safeguards in an effort to protect against unauthorized        si vous avez dissimulé ou omis sciemment de fournir
access, use, modification and disclosure of your               des renseignements et avec lesquelles universités et
personal information. The OUAC will maintain the               lesquels collèges cette information peut être partagée.
confidentiality of all personal information it collects in
connection with the application and will disclose such         Le Centre s’engage à protéger votre vie privée, en ce
personal information only for the purposes described           qui a trait aux renseignements personnels que vous
in this Declaration and Notice. The OUAC stores                fournissez à l’appui de votre demande d’admission.
electronic records off-site as part of its disaster recovery   Une fois votre demande d’admission soumise, si vous
procedures. You are solely responsible for keeping your        ne vous inscrivez pas à une faculté d’éducation à une
OUAC application user identification, login information        université ontarienne, le Centre ne conserve aucun
and other registration information confidential and            document original ou dossier papier relatif à votre
secure. Please notify the OUAC immediately if you              demande d’admission. Les documents additionnels
suspect any unauthorized access, use or disclosure.            fournis à l’appui des demandes d’admission lors d’une
                                                               année scolaire spécifique ne sont ni retournés, ni
Collection of Personal Information:                            réacheminés aux candidats et aucune copie ne leur sera
                                                               fournie, et ils ne sont également pas acheminés à des
•	   The	 OUAC	 collects	 the	 personal	 information	          tierces parties avant leur destruction à la fin de chaque
     you provide in your application to process your           cycle d’admission.
     application to the university(ies) of your choice.
                                                               Le Centre conserve la version électronique actuelle
•	   The	 OUAC	 collects	 information	 about	 your	            (et historique) de votre (vos) demande(s) d’admission,
     Canadian Aboriginal status, if you declare it. You        conformément à la politique en matière de conservation
     are not required to provide this information,             des dossiers du Centre, et met en place des mécanismes
     but if you provide it the OUAC will forward it to         de sécurité administratifs, techniques et physiques


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     the university(ies) of your choice to allow the                 visant à protéger vos renseignements personnels contre
     university(ies) to inform you of specific services              l’accès, l’utilisation, la modification et la divulgation non
     available to Canadian Aboriginal students.                      autorisés. Le Centre assure la confidentialité de tous les
                                                                     renseignements personnels qu’il recueille relativement
•	   The	 OUAC	 collects	 payment	 information	 from	 you	           à la demande d’admission et ne divulgue ces derniers
     or from whoever is paying for this application to               qu’aux seules fins stipulées dans la présente déclaration
     arrange for the processing of payment for your                  et avis. Le Centre conserve les dossiers électroniques
     application.                                                    dans des installations extérieures, tel que prévu dans
                                                                     le cadre de ses procédures de reprise en cas de sinistre.
Use of Personal Information:                                         Vous assumez l’entière responsabilité de la sécurité
                                                                     et de la confidentialité de votre code d’accès, de vos
•	   The	OUAC	will	compile	and	process	your	application	             renseignements d’entrée en communication et de tout
     and payment.                                                    autre renseignement relatif à votre inscription. Veuillez
                                                                     aviser immédiatement le Centre si vous soupçonnez
•	   The	 OUAC	 uses	 personal	 information	 from	 all	              tout accès, toute utilisation ou toute divulgation non
     university applications to create aggregate,                    autorisée.
     non-personally identifiable information for use by
     the public via the OUAC website, by admissions                  Collecte de renseignements personnels :
     committees of the faculties of education, Ontario
     universities, the COU, Ontario government ministries            •	   Le	 Centre	 recueille	 les	 renseignements	 personnels	
     (Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities; and                que vous fournissez dans votre formulaire de
     Ministry of Education), and academic researchers                     demande aux fins de traitement de votre demande
     (at the discretion of the OUAC) for admissions,                      d’admission auprès de l’université ou des universités
     enrolment and other academic policy development                      de votre choix.
     and research purposes.
                                                                     •	   Le Centre recueille votre statut d’autochtone
•	   If	 you	 have	 ordered	 electronic	 transcripts	 from	 an	           du Canada, si vous choisissez de le déclarer, et
     Ontario university or an Ontario college as part of                  l’achemine à l’université (ou aux universités) de
     your application, the OUAC may use your personal                     votre choix, afin de permettre à cette dernière
     information in order to facilitate the processing of                 (ou à ces dernières) de vous renseigner quant aux
     your transcript request.                                             programmes et services particuliers offerts aux
                                                                          étudiantes et étudiants autochtones du Canada.
Disclosure of Personal Information:
                                                                     •	   Le	 Centre	 recueille	 les	 renseignements	 relatifs	
•	   The	OUAC	will	disclose	your	application	information	                 au règlement des droits, auprès de vous ou de
     to the university(ies) of your choice.                               toute autre personne qui se charge de régler les
                                                                          droits relatifs à la présente demande, aux fins
•	   If	 a	 third	 party	 who	 is	 paying	 for	 this	 application	        de traitement du règlement de votre demande
     has questions regarding the payment for your                         d’admission.
     application, the OUAC will disclose personal
     information about you as necessary and appropriate              Utilisation de renseignements personnels :
     to respond to the inquiry.
                                                                     •	   Le	 Centre	 compile	 et	 traite	 votre	 demande	
•	   The	 OUAC	 discloses	 personal	 information	                         d’admission et votre paiement.
     from all university applications in aggregate,
     non-personally identifiable form to the public via              •	   Le	 Centre	 utilise	 les	 renseignements	 personnels	 de	
     the OUAC website, to admissions committees of                        toutes les demandes d’admission à l’université pour
     the faculties of education, Ontario universities,                    créer des données agrégées non identifiables sur
     the COU, Ontario government ministries (Ministry                     le plan personnel, à l’usage public (par le biais du
     of Training, Colleges and Universities; and Ministry                 site Web du Centre), des comités d’admission des
     of Education), and academic researchers (at the                      facultés d’éducation de l’Ontario, des universités de
     discretion of the OUAC) for admissions, enrolment                    l’Ontario, du CUO, des ministères gouvernementaux
     and other academic policy development and                            (ministère de la Formation et des Collèges; et
     research purposes.                                                   Universités et ministère de l’Éducation), ainsi
                                                                          que des chercheurs en milieu universitaire (à la
•	   The	 OUAC	 may	 disclose	 your	 personal	 information	               discrétion du Centre) à des fins d’élaboration de
     to regulatory authorities, law enforcement or other                  politiques en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et
     persons, as authorized or required by law.                           autres, et de recherche.


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•	   If	 you	 have	 ordered	 electronic	 transcripts	 from	   •	   Si	 vous	 avez	 exigé	 des	 relevés	 de	 notes	
     an Ontario university or an Ontario college as                électroniques d’une université ontarienne, ou d’un
     part of your application, the OUAC may disclose               collège ontarien, dans le cadre de votre demande
     your personal information to the university(ies)              d’admission, le Centre peut alors utiliser vos
     from which you have ordered your transcripts, in              renseignements personnels à cette dernière, dans
     order to facilitate the processing of your transcript         le but de faciliter le traitement de votre demande.
     request.
                                                              Divulgation de renseignements personnels :
For more information about the collection, use,
disclosure, and treatment of your personal information        •	   Le	 Centre	 divulgue	 les	 renseignements	 contenus	
at the OUAC, review the OUAC’s Privacy Code                        dans votre demande d’admission à l’université ou
www.ouac.on.ca/privacy/ or contact the OUAC Privacy                aux universités de votre choix.
Officer by email at privacyofficer@ouac.on.ca, by
phone at 519-823-1940, or in writing at 170 Research          •	   Si	 une	 tierce	 partie	 qui	 assure	 le	 paiement	 de	 la	
Lane, Guelph ON N1G 5E2.                                           présente demande a des questions relativement au
                                                                   règlement de votre demande d’admission, le Centre
Applicant’s Declaration:                                           divulgue alors les renseignements personnels
                                                                   nécessaires afin d’y répondre.
Applicants are required to consent to the personal
information practices as set out in the “Declaration          •	   Le	 Centre	 divulgue	 les	 renseignements	 personnels	
and Notice of Collection, Use, Disclosure and Treatment            de toutes les demandes d’admission à une faculté
of Your Personal Information Provided as Part of                   d’éducation, sous forme de données agrégées
Your TEAS (Teacher Education Application Service)                  non identifiables sur le plan personnel, au public
Application”, and to certify the following statement:              (par le biais du site Web du Centre), aux comités
                                                                   d’admission des facultés d’éducation de l’Ontario,
I certify that the personal information and documents              aux universités de l’Ontario, au CUO, aux ministères
submitted in this application, or to be submitted (all of          gouvernementaux (ministère de la Formation et des
which constitutes the application), are true, complete             Collèges et Universités; et ministère de l’Éducation),
and correct in all respects, including my declarations             ainsi qu’aux chercheurs en milieu universitaire (à
as to citizenship and immigration status in Canada,                la discrétion du Centre) à des fins d’élaboration de
that my autobiographic and personal submissions                    politiques en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et
were authored solely and entirely by me, and that all              autres, et de recherche.
information requested in this application has been
disclosed. I understand that it is my responsibility to       •	   Le	 Centre	 peut	 divulguer	 vos	 renseignements	
keep the OUAC and the university(ies), to which I have             personnels aux organismes de réglementation, aux
applied or at which I register, informed of any changes            organismes d’application de la loi et à toute autre
to the information in my application materials and I               personne, tel qu’autorisé ou exigé par la loi.
agree to do so in writing immediately after any such
change occurs.                                                •	   Si	vous	avez	exigé	des	relevés	de	notes	électroniques	
                                                                   d’une université ontarienne dans le cadre de
                                                                   votre demande d’admission, le Centre peut alors
                                                                   divulguer vos renseignements personnels à cette
Applicant Responsibilities                                         dernière, dans le but de faciliter le traitement de
                                                                   votre demande.
Applicants are expected to become familiar with and
observe the application procedures for each faculty           Pour plus d’information sur la collecte, l’utilisation, la
of education to which they are applying. Applicants           divulgation et le traitement de vos renseignements
should read the entire instruction booklet and the            personnels par le Centre, veuillez consulter le Code de
program-specific information provided by each faculty         protection des renseignements personnels du Centre
of education before completing the application.               à l’adresse http://centre.ouac.on.ca/privacy/ ou bien
                                                              communiquer avec le responsable de la vie privée du
It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the       Centre, par courriel à l’adresse privacyofficer@ouac.on.ca,
application, fees and all supporting documents are            par téléphone au 519-823-1940, ou par écrit, au 170
received at the correct office by the published deadlines.    Research Lane, Guelph ON N1G 5E2.
Applicants must read all instructions carefully. Failure to
comply with the admission requirements and deadlines          Déclaration de la candidate ou du candidat :
may result in the cancellation of the application.
Application fees are non-refundable.                          Les candidates et les candidats doivent consentir aux
                                                              dispositions relatives aux renseignements personnels

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Please note that the submission process involves several    prévues dans l’énoncé « Déclaration et avis de collecte,
steps. Applicants will receive an OUAC/TEAS Reference       d’utilisation, de divulgation et de traitement de vos
Number upon successful submission of the application        renseignements personnels fournis dans le cadre de
or a Confirmation Number upon successful submission         votre demande TEAS (Service de demande d’admission
of changes to their application and/or responses to         en formation à l’enseignement) », et ils doivent
offers of admission.                                        accepter la déclaration suivante :

Completed        applications  and    program      choice   Je certifie que les renseignements personnels et
amendments must be received by TEAS no later                les documents soumis avec la présente demande,
than December 1, 2010. Applicants are advised to            ou devant être soumis ultérieurement (lesquels
submit their application as soon as possible since          constituent ma demande complète) sont véridiques,
some faculties of education may require additional          complets et exacts à tous les égards, y compris mes
application information, interviews, essays or language     déclarations relatives à ma citoyenneté et à mon
facility tests before an admission decision can be made.    statut d’immigrant au Canada, que je suis le seul et
                                                            unique auteur de toute notice autobiographique et
Applicant Reports                                           que tous les renseignements exigés dans le cadre de
After an application has been submitted, the OUAC           cette demande ont été divulgués. Je reconnais qu’il est
will send the applicant an acknowledgement email.           de ma responsabilité de tenir le Centre, ainsi que les
Applicants should contact TEAS if they do not receive       universités auxquelles j’ai fait demande ou je m’inscris,
this email.                                                 au fait de toute modification aux renseignements
                                                            contenus dans ma demande d’admission et dans mes
                                                            documents en appui à cette dernière, et j’accepte de le
                                                            faire par écrit dès lesdites modifications effectuées.
Preparing the Application

                                                            Responsabilités de la candidate ou
Program Choices
                                                            du candidat
Choices
Applicants must select from the divisions listed below      On s’attend à ce que les candidates et les candidats
(see page 18):                                              se familiarisent avec la demande d’admission et
a. Primary/Junior: Junior Kindergarten through Grade 6.     respectent les processus de demande s’appliquant
b. Junior/Intermediate: Grade 4 through Grade 10.           aux programmes de formation à l’enseignement
c. Intermediate/Senior: Grade 7 through Grade 12.           auxquels elles ou ils font demande. Les candidates
d. Technological Education: This program is only            et les candidats doivent lire le livret d’instructions au
    available at a few faculties of education. See the      complet ainsi que les renseignements spécifiques aux
    “Faculty of Education Information” section for          programmes fournis par les facultés d’éducation avant
    details.                                                de remplir la demande d’admission.
Program Code                                                Il incombe à la candidate ou au candidat de s’assurer
The “Program Code” is the alpha/numeric code                que la demande, les droits et la documentation à
designating the faculty of education and division that      l’appui soient reçus aux bureaux appropriés avant les
an applicant wishes to attend.                              dates limites publiées. Lire les directives attentivement.
                                                            L’inobservation des exigences d’admission et des dates
Program Title                                               limites peut entraîner l’annulation de la demande
The “Program Title” corresponds to the faculty of           d’admission. Les droits sont non remboursables.
education program code that an applicant has selected.
                                                            À noter que la procédure de soumission comprend
Teaching Subjects                                           plusieurs étapes. Les candidates et les candidats se
Teaching subjects normally require previous university      verront attribuer un Numéro de référence OUAC/
course work. Applicants should check prerequisites          TEAS dès qu’elles ou ils auront soumis leur demande
in each “Faculty of Education Information”                  avec succès. Également, les candidates et candidats se
section before selecting a teaching subject.                verront attribuer un numéro de confirmation après
Applicants must ensure that the desired subject is          avoir soumis avec succès des modifications à leur
available at their choice of faculty of education.          demande ou des réponses aux offres d’admission.
a. Primary/Junior: Applicants should not select a
   specific teaching subject. One exception: French as


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   a Second Language, which is offered as an option       Le 1er décembre 2010 est la date limite de réception
   at the University of Ottawa and The University of      de la demande au TEAS et de toute modification à
   Western Ontario.                                       vos choix de programme. Soumettre la demande le
b. Junior/Intermediate: Applicants must select one        plus tôt possible, car certaines facultés d’éducation
   teaching subject from the Teaching Subjects list.      exigent des renseignements complémentaires, des
c. Intermediate/Senior: Applicants must select two        entrevues, des dissertations ou des tests de compétence
   teaching subjects from the Teaching Subjects list.     linguistique.
d. Technological Education: Applicants must select
   one teaching subject from the Teaching Subjects        Bilan des candidatures
   list.                                                  Dès qu’une demande est soumise avec succès, la
                                                          candidate ou le candidat reçoit un accusé de réception
Previous Year Applied                                     par courriel de TEAS. Les candidates et les candidats
Applicants who previously applied to any faculty at the   qui n’ont pas reçu l’accusé de réception par courriel
university to which they are now seeking admission        doivent communiquer avec TEAS.
should record the academic year in the “Previous Year
Applied” column.                                          Pour les programmes de formation à l’enseignement
                                                          français (B. Ed.) à l’Université d’Ottawa et à
Previous Year Registered                                  l’Université Laurentienne, la date limite de réception
Applicants who previously registered in any faculty       des demandes est le 1er mars 2011.
at the university to which they are now requesting
admission should record the last year of registration
(including the current year) in the “Previous Year
Registered” column.                                       Préparer la demande
Student Identification Number
Applicants who have previously applied to or registered   Choix de programmes
at the university to which they are now applying are
asked to provide the university student ID number that    Cycles
was assigned to them at that university.                  Choisir parmi les cycles suivants (voir la page 18) :
                                                          a. Primaire/moyen : de la maternelle à la 6e année.
Additional Choices                                        b. Moyen/intermédiaire : de la 4e année à la 10e année.
Applicants may request more than three faculties of       c. Intermédiaire/supérieur : de la 7e année à la 12e
education or program choices. There is a $40 fee for         année.
each additional choice. Note that applicants are          d. Études technologiques : ce programme d’études
limited to three program choices at any one                  n’est offert qu’à certaines facultés d’éducation;
faculty of education.                                        pour plus d’information, consulter la section
                                                             « Renseignements universitaires ».
Applicants should refer to each individual faculty of
education’s section for additional information and to     Code de programme
determine which of the faculties will consider multiple   Code alphanumérique visant à désigner la faculté
program choices.                                          d’éducation et la division que la candidate ou le
                                                          candidat souhaite fréquenter.
Note: The OUAC will not refund fees for additional
choices where the faculty of education will consider      Titre du programme
only one choice of program from applicants.               Titre correspondant au code de programme de la
                                                          faculté d’éducation sélectionné par la candidate ou le
Residence Information Requested                           candidat.
Applicants should check “Yes” if they wish the
university to forward information about residence.        Options scolaires
“Residence” refers to living accommodations usually       En règle générale, les options scolaires nécessitent
situated on the university campus and reserved for        la réussite de cours universitaires. Vérifier les
students of the university.                               préalables aux options scolaires dans la section
                                                          « Renseignements universitaires » avant de choisir
                                                          une option. S’assurer que l’option voulue est bel
                                                          et bien offerte à la faculté d’éducation voulue.

                                                          a. Primaire/moyen : ne pas choisir d’option scolaire,
                                                             à l’exception de French as a Second Language,


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Explanation of Fee Structure                                  laquelle est offerte en option à l’Université
                                                              d’Ottawa et à la University of Western Ontario.
Fee payment is part of the “Submit” process.               b. Moyen/intermédiaire : choisir une option scolaire
                                                              parmi celles énumérées.
Payment is accepted by credit card (MasterCard, VISA       c. Intermédiaire/supérieur : choisir deux options
or American Express), cheque or money order. All fees         scolaires parmi celles énumérées.
are non-refundable. Online application payment is          d. Études technologiques : choisir une option scolaire
also accepted by online or telephone banking through          parmi celles énumérées.
selected Canadian banks and credit unions. All
payments must be in Canadian funds. The total fee          Demande précédente
payable to the OUAC consists of four components:           Les candidates et les candidats qui ont déjà fait
                                                           demande à cette université (peu importe la faculté)
1. The Application Service Fee                             doivent inscrire l’année scolaire de la demande dans la
   The application service fee of $125 is required of      case « Année de la demande précédente ».
   all applicants. This fee entitles applicants to three
   choices of faculties of education or programs.          Inscription précédente
                                                           Les candidates et les candidats qui ont déjà été
2. The Transcript Request Fee                              inscrit(e)s à cette université (peu importe la faculté)
   Applicants who are requesting transcripts from          doivent inscrire l’année scolaire de la dernière
   an Ontario university or college using the TEAS         inscription (y compris l’année en cours) dans la case
   Transcript Request Form (TRF) must submit the           « Année d’inscription précédente ».
   form along with the appropriate fees. Fees are $10
   per transcript, with some exceptions. For details,      Numéro d’identité d’étudiant
   see the TEAS TRF.                                       Les candidates et les candidats qui ont préalablement
                                                           formulé une demande, ou qui ont déjà été inscrits à
3. The Additional Choices Fee                              l’université où ils font demande, doivent indiquer le
   Applicants who are requesting more than three           Numéro d’identité d’étudiant que l’établissement en
   choices of university or program will need to           question leur a attribué.
   include the amount of $40 for each additional
   selection made.                                         Choix additionnels
                                                           Les candidates et les candidats peuvent sélectionner
4. Supplementary Fees                                      plus de trois choix de programme ou de faculté si
   In addition to the application service fee, each        elles ou ils le désirent. Dans ce cas, elles ou ils doivent
   faculty of education charges a supplementary/           toutefois acquitter des droits de service, lesquels sont
   faculty service fee payable to the OUAC at the          fixés à 40 $ par choix additionnel. À noter qu’il y
   time of application and to be included in the           a une limite de trois choix de programme par
   same payment. This fee assists the faculties            faculté d’éducation.
   of education in covering some of the costs of
   evaluating admission applications. These fees will      Consulter la section « Renseignements universitaires »
   be forwarded to the faculties of education by           de chaque établissement pour plus de détails et pour
   TEAS. The supplementary fee is required only once       déterminer quelles facultés acceptent plus d’un choix
   for each faculty of education to which applicants       de programme.
   apply, even if they select more than one program
   at that faculty.                                        Nota : Le Centre ne rembourse pas les droits payés
                                                           pour couvrir des choix additionnels à une faculté
In addition to the application and supplementary           d’éducation qui ne considère qu’un seul choix de
fees payable to the OUAC, each university may              programme par candidat.
require additional fees during the application process.
Applicants should contact each university for details.     Renseignements sur les résidences requis
                                                           Les candidates et les candidats devraient cochez
Applications will not be processed until full payment      « Oui » si elles ou ils désirent obtenir des renseignements
has been received by the OUAC. Cheques, money orders       à propos des résidences. Le terme résidence s’applique
or electronic payment (for online applications) must be    aux bâtiments, normalement situés sur le campus
received by TEAS no later than December 8, 2010.           universitaire, dont les chambres sont réservées au
                                                           logement des étudiants inscrits à l’institution.




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Supplementary Fees (in Canadian Funds)                     Droits de service
 Brock              $60                                    Le règlement des droits fait partie de l’étape finale de
                                                           soumission de la demande.
 Lakehead           $40
 Laurentian         $40                                    Les paiements par carte de crédit (MasterCard, VISA ou
 Nipissing          $60                                    American Express), par chèque ou par mandat-poste
                                                           sont acceptés. Tous les droits sont non remboursables.
 Ottawa             $60
                                                           Le paiement des demandes d’admission soumises en
 Queen’s            $80                                    ligne peut s’effectuer par internet ou par téléphone
 Toronto            $100                                   par l’entremise de certaines banques et coopératives de
                                                           crédit canadiennes. Tous les paiements doivent se
 Trent              $65
                                                           faire en devises canadiennes. Le total des droits à
 UOIT               $65                                    remettre au Centre comprend quatre éléments :
 Western            $60
 Wilfrid Laurier    $60                                    1. Les droits administratifs
                                                              Toutes les candidates et tous les candidats doivent
 Windsor            $50                                       régler les droits administratifs, lesquels sont fixés
 York               $100                                      à 125 $. Ces droits couvrent trois choix de faculté
                                                              d’éducation ou de programme.
All fees are non-refundable.
                                                           2. Les droits de service pour
For more information about payments, visit the
                                                              les demandes de relevé de notes
Payment of Fees page at www.ouac.on.ca/payments/.
                                                              Les candidates et les candidats qui exigent le
                                                              transfert d’un relevé de notes d’une université ou
Personal Information                                          d’un collège de l’Ontario au moyen du Formulaire
                                                              de demande de relevé de notes (TRF) TEAS, doivent
Official Legal Name
                                                              soumettre les droits exigés avec le formulaire.
Applicants should ensure that the name under which
                                                              Chaque relevé de notes exigé coûte 10 $, sauf
they apply is the complete name by which they are
                                                              quelques exceptions. Voir le TRF TEAS pour plus de
legally and correctly known. Any change in name must
                                                              détails.
be supported by official documentation sent directly
to the faculties of education. It is important that
                                                           3. Les droits de service pour
applicants indicate their former surname (if applicable)
                                                              les choix additionnels
if it appears on transcripts, their birth certificate or
                                                              Les droits pour chaque choix d’université ou de
other documents. The “Common Name” is the given
                                                              programme au-delà des trois premiers s’élèvent à
name that an applicant normally uses. It can be one of
                                                              40 $ par sélection.
the names entered in the “Given Names” field.
                                                           4. Les droits supplémentaires
Citizenship
                                                              En plus des droits administratifs, chaque faculté
Applicants should indicate their country of citizenship
                                                              d’éducation exige des droits supplémentaires. Ces
and status in Canada at the time of application.
                                                              droits doivent être compris dans le paiement remis
Permanent residents are not Canadian until they
                                                              au Centre avec la demande d’admission. Ils sont
receive their citizenship. Applicants should indicate
                                                              transférés aux facultés par TEAS pour les aider à
their date of entry into Canada only if they were not
                                                              défrayer les coûts encourus lors de l’évaluation
born in Canada.
                                                              des demandes d’admission. Les candidates et les
                                                              candidats n’acquittent les droits supplémentaires
Canadian Aboriginal Applicants
                                                              qu’une fois par faculté d’éducation, même s’ils
Persons of indigenous ancestry, First Nation, Métis and
                                                              font plus d’un choix de programme à une faculté
Inuit peoples are encouraged to apply and may identify
                                                              donnée.
themselves by indicating “Yes” in the field provided.
This is a voluntary declaration. Applicants may be
                                                           Outre les droits de traitement de la demande et les
asked to provide confirmation of their identification
                                                           droits supplémentaires payables au Centre, chaque
with their Aboriginal community.
                                                           université peut exiger des frais additionnels lors du
                                                           processus de demande. Pour plus de détails à ce
Address Information                                        sujet, les candidates et les candidats sont invités à
                                                           communiquer avec chaque université.
Applicants should complete this information carefully.
Applicants whose home address is the same as their


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mailing address need not complete the “Home Address”          La demande d’admission ne sera traitée par le Centre
section. The mailing address will be forwarded to the         que dès réception des droits de service nécessaires. Le
universities as the home address if a home address is         paiement, par chèque, mandat-poste ou paiement
not provided.                                                 électronique (demandes en ligne), destiné à
                                                              acquitter les droits pour les demandes d’admission
•	   Applicants must keep TEAS informed of any                aux programmes en anglais, doit être reçu au plus
     address changes during the admissions cycle.             tard le 8 décembre 2010. Pour les programmes en
     TEAS will inform the faculties of education of           français, les droits doivent être reçus au plus tard
     address changes.                                         le 8 mars 2011.
•	   Applicants	 should	 indicate	 which	 address	 to	 use	
     after May 1.                                             Droits supplémentaires (en devises canadiennes)
•	   An	 alternate	 phone	 number	 is	 any	 phone	 number,	
     other than a residence phone number, where                Brock                60 $
     the applicant may be reached (e.g., business, cell        Lakehead             40 $
     phone).
•	   Email	 is	 the	 primary	 mode	 of	 communication	         Laurentienne         40 $
     between TEAS, the faculties of education and the          Nipissing            60 $
     applicant. Applicants should verify that they have        Ottawa               60 $
     correctly recorded their email address. Provision of
                                                               Queen’s              80 $
     an email address is mandatory.
                                                               Toronto              100 $
Institutions Attended                                          Trent                65 $
                                                               UOIT                 65 $
Type of Institution
    Secondary School: Applicants should indicate               Western              60 $
    their highest level of study prior to the university       Wilfrid Laurier      60 $
    or college level (e.g., secondary school, senior           Windsor              50 $
    matriculation). Only the last secondary school an
    applicant attended should be recorded.                     York                 100 $
    Postsecondary: Applicants should indicate any level
                                                              Tous les droits sont non remboursables.
    of study that occurred after secondary school (e.g.,
    university, college).                                     Pour plus de renseignements au sujet du paiement des
Date Attended                                                 droits, consultez la page Web :
    From: Applicants should indicate the date they first      http://centre.ouac.on.ca/payments/.
    registered at this school/institution.
    To: Applicants should indicate the date they last
    registered at this school/institution; or if they are     Données personnelles
    currently attending this institution, they should         Nom officiel
    indicate their expected end date.                         Les candidates et les candidats doivent utiliser leur
Location of Institution                                       nom légal complet dans la demande. Tout changement
    Applicants should select the location of the              de nom doit être accompagné de pièces officielles
    institution from the drop-down list.                      probantes envoyées directement aux facultés
Institution Name                                              d’éducation. Il est important d’indiquer, s’il y a lieu,
    Applicants should select the institution from             le nom de famille antérieur de la candidate ou du
    the “Institution Name” drop-down list in the              candidat, s’il est indiqué dans les relevés, le certificat de
    “Institutions Attended” section, where possible.          naissance ou tout autre document soumis. Le « Prénom
    Applicants should choose the main campus name             usuel » est celui utilisé normalement. Il peut s’agir de
    even if they (have) attend(ed) an alternate/affiliate     l’un des prénoms indiqués dans le champ « Prénoms ».
    campus location.
Highest Grade or Year Level Achieved                          Citoyenneté
    Applicants should indicate the number of years            Indiquer son pays de citoyenneté et son statut au Canada
    they attended or will have attended this school/          au moment de faire demande. Les résidents permanents
    institution.                                              ne sont Canadiens que s’ils ont reçu la citoyenneté.
Diploma/Degree Expected or Awarded                            Indiquer la date de son entrée au pays si la candidate ou
    Applicants should indicate the name of the diploma        le candidat n’est pas né(e) au Canada.
    or degree conferred, or to be conferred, by this
    school/institution.                                       Candidates et candidats autochtones canadiens
                                                              On encourage toute personne autochtone, Métis,
                                                              Inuit ou membre des Premières Nations de faire

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Transcripts/Official Academic Documents                       demande. Ces candidates et candidats peuvent choisir
                                                              de s’identifier comme tels en cochant cette case. Il
Applicants should arrange to have all official academic       s’agit d’une déclaration facultative. Il se peut que les
documents sent directly from all the institutions they        candidates et les candidats soient appelés à confirmer
have attended to the chosen faculties of education.           leur identification au sein de leur communauté
Applicants must indicate their OUAC/TEAS Reference            autochtone.
Number on all documents and correspondence,
as well as their full name, in the same order as on
their application, to ensure the proper matching of           Données relatives aux adresses
documents. These official transcripts must arrive at          S’assurer de remplir soigneusement cette section. Si
each selected faculty of education by its deadline.           l’adresse domiciliaire est identique à l’adresse postale,
                                                              il n’est alors pas nécessaire de remplir la section
Applicants who have attended or are currently enrolled        « Adresse domiciliaire ». L’adresse postale sera envoyée
in an Ontario university (excluding the Royal Military        aux universités en guise d’adresse domiciliaire, si une
College of Canada) must use the TEAS Transcript               adresse domiciliaire n’est pas fournie.
Request Form (TRF). Applicants may also complete
the TEAS TRF to request Ontario college transcripts if        •	   Aviser TEAS de tout changement d’adresse
they are required. By completing the TEAS TRF and                  qui survient au cours du cycle d’admission.
submitting it with the application and appropriate fees            TEAS en informera les facultés d’éducation.
(application service fee, transcript fee, additional choice   •	   Préciser	l’adresse	à	utiliser	après	le	1er mai.
fees and supplemental fees), applicants authorize the         •	   L’autre	 numéro	 de	 téléphone	 est	 tout	 numéro	 de	
OUAC to arrange for their official transcripts to be sent          téléphone autre que celui du domicile où nous
to the faculties of education that they have selected.             pouvons joindre la candidate ou le candidat en cas
                                                                   de besoin (travail, téléphone cellulaire, etc.).
All faculties of education in Ontario have agreed to          •	   Le	 courrier	 électronique	 est	 le	 mode	 principal	 de	
accept transcripts that are requested by completing the            communication entre TEAS, les facultés d’éducation
TEAS TRF.                                                          et les candidats. S’assurer d’indiquer correctement
                                                                   son adresse électronique. Il faut obligatoirement
The transcript fees are non-refundable. The OUAC                   fournir une adresse électronique.
will not be responsible for the refusal of any institution
to provide transcripts (e.g., delinquent accounts,
incorrect identification). Should an institution not          Établissements fréquentés
provide the transcript, the OUAC will notify the              Type d’établissement
applicant. If applicants do not resolve these issues in          École secondaire : indiquer le plus haut niveau
a timely manner, the faculties of education will not             d’études avant les études universitaires ou
consider these transcripts upon their release.                   collégiales (écoles secondaires, immatriculation
                                                                 senior, etc.). Ne rapporter que la dernière école
Applicants who have taken courses at the same                    secondaire fréquentée.
university as the faculty of education to which they             Postsecondaire : indiquer tout niveau d’études
are applying (excluding Wilfrid Laurier University, the          supérieures après le secondaire (université, collège,
University of Toronto prior to the fall 1998 term and            etc.).
York University) need not submit a transcript of these        Dates fréquentées
courses. However, if a request is made using the TEAS            Du : indiquer la date de votre inscription à cet
TRF, the OUAC will process it and will not refund the            établissement.
fees.                                                            Au : indiquer la date de fin de votre inscription à
                                                                 cet établissement. Si la candidate ou le candidat
Note: Applicants should not send transcripts or                  fréquente actuellement cet établissement, indiquer
other supporting documents to the OUAC. Any                      la date de fin prévue.
documents forwarded to the OUAC in support of an              Lieu de l’établissement
application will not be submitted to the faculties of            Sélectionner le lieu de l’établissement à partir de la
education. They will be discarded upon receipt.                  liste déroulante.
                                                              Nom de l’établissement
Current Courses                                                  Sélectionner le nom de l’établissement à partir de
                                                                 la liste déroulante dans la section « Établissements
Applicants must record all university courses currently          fréquentés », si possible. Sélectionner le nom du
in progress (September 2010 to August 2011), especially          campus principal, et ce, même si la candidate ou
when appropriate prerequisites do not appear on the              le candidat fréquente ou a fréquenté un autre
official transcripts.                                            campus de l’établissement en question.


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Contact Information                                      Plus haut niveau d’études achevé
                                                            Indiquez le nombre d’années à cet établissement, y
                                                            compris l’année en cours, s’il y a lieu.
Email Inquiries
                                                         Diplôme/Grade obtenu
Applicants can send questions, concerns or inquiries
                                                            Donner le nom du diplôme ou du grade obtenu (ou
about their application to Applicant Services by email
                                                            qui sera obtenu) à cette école ou établissement.
at teas_support@ouac.on.ca.

                                                         Relevés de notes officiels
                                                         Les candidates et les candidats doivent prendre les
                                                         dispositions nécessaires pour faire envoyer un relevé
                                                         de notes officiel de tout établissement fréquenté aux
                                                         facultés d’éducation sélectionnées. Elles ou ils doivent
                                                         indiquer leur Numéro de référence OUAC/TEAS dans
                                                         toute correspondance et sur tout document. S’assurer
                                                         que les nom et prénom figurent au complet et dans
                                                         le même ordre, pour faciliter le triage des dossiers.
                                                         Ces relevés de notes doivent être reçus par les facultés
                                                         d’éducation sélectionnées à la date limite stipulée.

                                                         Les candidates et les candidats qui ont fréquenté
                                                         ou qui fréquentent actuellement une université de
                                                         l’Ontario (sauf au Collège militaire royal du Canada)
                                                         doivent utiliser le Formulaire de demande de relevé de
                                                         notes (TRF) TEAS. Le TRF peut également servir à exiger
                                                         un relevé d’un collège de l’Ontario, si nécessaire. Ce
                                                         formulaire dûment rempli autorise le Centre à envoyer
                                                         le relevé officiel de la candidate ou du candidat
                                                         aux facultés d’éducation qu’elle ou il a choisies. Le
                                                         soumettre au Centre avec sa demande d’admission et
                                                         les droits appropriés (droits administratifs, droits de
                                                         service pour les demandes de relevés de notes, pour les
                                                         choix additionnels et pour les droits supplémentaires,
                                                         le cas échéant).

                                                         Les facultés d’éducation des universités de l’Ontario ont
                                                         convenu d’accepter les relevés de la part des candidates
                                                         et des candidats qui utilisent le TRF TEAS.

                                                         Les droits de service pour les demandes de
                                                         relevés de notes ne sont pas remboursables.
                                                         Le Centre n’assume aucune responsabilité si un
                                                         établissement refuse de fournir le relevé réclamé
                                                         (comptes en souffrance ou numéro d’identification
                                                         inexact, par exemple); dans ce cas, le Centre avertirait
                                                         la candidate ou le candidat d’un tel refus. Si de telles
                                                         questions ne sont pas réglées de façon opportune, les
                                                         facultés d’éducation ne considéreront pas ces relevés
                                                         de notes lorsqu’ils seront livrés.

                                                         Les candidates et les candidats qui posent leur
                                                         candidature à la faculté d’éducation de l’université
                                                         qu’elles ou ils fréquentent ou ont fréquentée n’ont pas
                                                         à soumettre de relevé de notes de leurs cours (exception
                                                         faite de la University of Toronto avant l’automne 1998,
                                                         de la Wilfrid Laurier University et de la York University).
                                                         Le Centre traitera tout de même ces demandes (TRF)
                                                         TEAS si elles lui parviennent et les droits ne seront pas
                                                         remboursés.

16                                                 TEAS 2011                      Last revised: November 9, 2010
                                                  Nota : Ne pas envoyer de relevés de notes ou
                                                  de documents à l’appui au Centre. Le Centre
                                                  n’acheminera pas ces documents aux facultés
                                                  d’éducation et les détruira dès leur réception.

                                                  Cours actuels
                                                  Inscrire tous les cours suivis dans l’année en cours (de
                                                  septembre 2010 jusqu’en août 2011), surtout lorsque
                                                  les cours préalables ne paraissent pas sur le relevé de
                                                  notes officiel.



                                                  Communication
                                                  Courriel
                                                  Toute question concernant la demande d’admission peut
                                                  être adressée aux Services aux candidates et candidats,
                                                  par courriel à l’adresse teas_support@ouac.on.ca.




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                  Program and Supplementary Fee Chart
          Tableau des programmes et des droits supplémentaires
     n   Select one teaching subject/Choisir une option scolaire
     u   Select two teaching subjects/Choisir deux options scolaires




                                                                            Laurentienne
PROGRAM/




                                                               Lakehead




                                                                                            Nipissing




                                                                                                                                                                               Windsor
                                                                                                                                                          Western
                                                                                                                   Queen’s


                                                                                                                              Toronto
                                                                                                         Ottawa




                                                                                                                                                                    Laurier
                                                                                                                                                                    Wilfrid
PROGRAMME




                                                      Brock




                                                                                                                                         Trent


                                                                                                                                                  UOIT




                                                                                                                                                                                          York
Primary/Junior (P/J)                                 B10                                   P10          OE1       Q10        T10        R10      D10     E10        U10       N10        Y10
Primary/Junior (P/J) (Thunder Bay)                            A10
Primary/Junior (P/J) (Orillia)                                A12
Primaire/moyen                                                             L01
Primaire/moyen (Ottawa)                                                                                 OF1
Primaire/moyen (Toronto)                                                                                OF4
Primaire/moyen (Windsor)                                                                                OF5
Primary/Junior ECE                                                                                                                                                            N15        Y15
Primary/Junior (Select French as a second                                                               OE6                                              E11
language – 325)
Aboriginal Teacher Education (P/J)                                                                                Q12
Aboriginal Teacher Education Community-Based (P/J)                                                                Q14
Artist in the Community (P/J)                                                                                     Q15
Outdoor and Experiential Education (P/J)                                                                          Q18
Part-time (P/J)                                                                                                                         R11
Junior/Intermediate n (J/I)                          B20      A20                          P20          OE2                  T20                         E20        U20       N20        Y20
Moyen/intermédiaire n                                                      L02
Moyen/intermédiaire (Ottawa) n                                                                          OF2
Moyen/intermédiaire (Toronto) n (option                                                                 OF6
math ou science ou Français ou Anglais langue
maternelle)
Moyen/intermédiaire (Windsor) n (option                                                                 OF7
math ou science ou Français ou Anglais langue
maternelle)
Intermediate/Senior u (I/S)                          B30      A30          L30             P30          OE3       Q30        T30        R30      D30     E30                  N30        Y30
Intermédiaire/supérieur u                                                  L03
Intermédiaire/supérieur u (Ottawa)                                                                      OF3
Aboriginal Teacher Education (I/S) u                                                                              Q32
Artist in the Community (I/S) u                                                                                   Q35
Outdoor and Experiential Education (I/S) u                                                                        Q38
Technological Education                                                                                                      T80                         E80                  N80
Technological Education (Apprenticeship                                                                                      T85
Program)
Technological Education (Degree Stream)              B80                                                          Q80
Technological Education (Non-Degree Stream)          B82
Technological Education (Diploma Stream)                                                                          Q82
Technological Education (Internship, Degree                                                                       Q85
Stream)
Technological Education (Internship, Diploma                                                                      Q87
Stream)
Supplementary Fees                                   $60      $40          40 $            $60          $60       $80        $100       $65      $65     $60        $60       $50        $100
Droits supplémentaires

18                                                                        TEAS 2011                                                         Last revised: November 9, 2010
Brock University                                            the same requirements as all other applicants
                                                            and will not be individually reviewed.

                                                            Acceptable Degrees
Office of the Registrar – Admissions                        The minimum credential for admission to B10 Primary/
Brock University                                            Junior, B20 Junior/Intermediate, B30 Intermediate/Senior,
500 Glenridge Avenue                                        and B80 Technological Education is an undergraduate
St. Catharines ON L2S 3A1                                   baccalaureate or applied degree conferred by an
                                                            acceptable university or other postsecondary institution
Telephone:                 905-688-5550, ext. 3562          as outlined below.
Email:                         edubrock@brocku.ca
Website: www.brocku.ca/registrar/teacher-education/         a. In Canada, an acceptable university is one that is
                                                               authorized to confer academic degrees under the
Program Codes                                                  laws of jurisdiction in which it operates.
B10   Primary/Junior                                        b. In Canada, an acceptable college is one that is
B20   Junior/Intermediate                                      authorized to confer applied degrees under the
B30   Intermediate/Senior                                      laws of jurisdiction in which it operates; the college
B80   Technological Education (Degree Holding                  must be publicly funded.
      Applicants)                                           c. In the United States, a university must be
B82   Technological Education (Non-degree Holding              recognized by one of the following regional
      Applicants)                                              accreditation agencies: Middle States Association
                                                               of Colleges and Schools; New England Association
                                                               of Schools and Colleges; North Central Association
General Admission Notes for All                                of Colleges and Schools; Northwest Commission
Applicants                                                     on Colleges and Universities; Southern Association
The Faculty of Education offers courses that lead to the       of Colleges and Schools; or Western Association
BEd degree at two campuses: the main St. Catharines            of Schools and Colleges. The university must be
campus and a campus in Hamilton. Successful applicants         considered equivalent to a university referred to in
with the following teaching subject(s) will normally be        section “a” above.
placed at the Hamilton campus: Accounting, Business         d. In a country other than Canada or the United
Studies, French, Italian, Religious Studies, Spanish,          States, a university must be considered equivalent
Visual Arts, Technological Education (all broad-based          to an institution referred to in section “a”. Typically,
teaching subjects). Successful applicants with Dramatic        in the case of a country that is a member of the
Arts as their teaching subject will normally be placed at      Commonwealth, this would mean that the university
the St. Catharines campus.                                     is eligible for membership in the Association of
                                                               Commonwealth Universities. For all other countries,
Applicants other than those specified above may                eligibility for membership in the International
indicate a preference of campus after admittance               Association of Universities would be expected.
to the program, and will be considered on a first-
come, first-served basis. While every effort is made to     Only those credits completed at the degree level
accommodate candidates in their preferred location,         within an acceptable degree program will be used
unpredictable enrolment issues as well as limited           to calculate admission averages and satisfy teaching
space at the Hamilton campus make it impossible             subject requirements. College diploma credits used to
to guarantee a choice of campus. All applicants,            obtain advanced standing in a degree program will not
including those with a teachable subject specified          be used for these purposes. Applicants should take
above, should be prepared to study at either                care to ensure they meet the 10 degree credit
campus.                                                     (two year equivalent) requirement for calculation
                                                            of an admission average.
Studies for the fall 2011 class will begin on
September 1, 2011. All students must be available to        Accessibility Admissions
begin on this date. Technological Education students        Canadian citizens and permanent residents who are
are the exception and should read the important             Aboriginal, members of visible minorities, or persons
additional information in the Technological Education       with a disability are encouraged to apply. Those
section below.                                              applicants, who meet minimum admission requirements
                                                            (applicants with less than 70 percent on their top 10
Spaces in the Teacher Education program are limited,        full university credits will not be considered under
and admission is not guaranteed by attainment of the        the Accessibility Policy), who feel that they have been
minimum requirements. Mature students must meet             academically disadvantaged may outline reasons in a
                                                            personal statement and may be individually reviewed

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(see the appropriate section of the Experience Profile      Applicants should note that it often takes weeks,
for details). Students admitted under this policy           and in some cases months, before transcripts arrive
who have met initial admission requirements will be         from international institutions. All documents
required to meet the same standards for progression         must be received by the Office of the Registrar –
and graduation as other students.                           Admissions, Brock University, no later than Wednesday,
                                                            December 8, 2010, at 4:30 p.m., to be considered.
English Language Proficiency Requirement
Applicants whose first language is not English              Deadlines
(learned and spoken in the home) will be required           1. The OUAC Teacher Education (TEAS) application
to submit evidence of English language proficiency             must be received by the OUAC no later than
that must be received by the Office of the                     December 1, 2010.
Registrar – Admissions, Brock University, no later than
Wednesday, December 8, 2010, at 4:30 p.m. Test results            The TEAS application service fee and the Brock
must be original (no photocopies) and must be dated               supplementary $60 non-refundable service fee
between December 1, 2007, and December 1, 2010. For               must be received by the OUAC no later than
full details regarding the English Language Proficiency           December 8, 2010, if paying by cheque, money
Policy, please refer to the following website:                    order, online or telephone banking (for online
www.brocku.ca/registrar/teacher-education/                        applications).
english-language-proficiency/.
                                                            2. The completed Teacher Education Experience
Normally, an official score on the Test of English as a        Profile or the Technological Education Experience
Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum paper-based            Profile, must be submitted no later than
total of 600 including a minimum of 5.5 on the TWE             December 8, 2010, at 4:30 p.m. To access the
(Test of Written English) or an internet-based total of        Experience Profile link go to www.brocku.ca/
100 including a minimum of 27 on Writing and 27 on             registrar/teacher-education/initial-teacher-education/
Speaking is considered acceptable. For information             applicant-profile/.
regarding other acceptable tests, including the Brock
University International Test of English Language           3. Course descriptions for clarification of those course
Proficiency (ITELP), refer to:                                 titles that are not an effective indicator of teaching
www.brocku.ca/registrar/teacher-education/                     subject must be submitted directly to the Office
english-language-proficiency/.                                 of the Registrar – Admissions, Brock University,
                                                               no later than December 8, 2010, at 4:30 p.m.
You must submit a language test result if English is not       (B10, B20, B30 applicants only). For information
your first language. Studying in an English-language           regarding appropriate formats for submission refer
school system does not exempt applicants from this             to the FAQ link at www.brocku.ca/registrar/
requirement. Brock University graduates should contact         teacher-education/initial-teacher-education/.
the Office of the Registrar – Education Admissions
prior to December 1, 2010, for clarification regarding      4. Official transcripts are required for all postsecondary
submission of an English language proficiency test.            institutions attended. Official transcripts for Ontario
                                                               universities must be ordered by completing the
Brock University reserves the right to request an English      TEAS Transcript Request Form (TRF) and submitting
language proficiency test result from any applicant.           it with the TEAS application by December 1, 2010.
Students who, after admission, show an inadequate              Applicants must use the “IMMEDIATE” option when
command of spoken or written English may be required           ordering this transcript. Appropriate transcript fees
to withdraw from the program.                                  are due no later than December 8, 2010. All other
                                                               transcripts ordered directly from postsecondary
Applicants with International Documents                        institutions must be received by the Office of the
Applicants must submit official transcripts issued in the      Registrar – Admissions, Brock University, no later
original language, in addition to certified translations       than December 8, 2010, at 4:30 p.m.
in English, as required. Information about the academic
institution, the program of study, a breakdown of                 As Brock will consider courses completed by
specific courses, credit values and grades, as well as            January 1, 2011, applicants currently registered
degree status (e.g., date of conferral) is required. If           in courses may order and submit an additional
this information is not part of the transcript, it must           official transcript showing fall-term grades.
be received in another official way. All applicants               Ontario applicants must use the TEAS Transcript
applying with international documents must read the               Request Form and choose the “END OF FALL TERM”
information and instructions provided at:                         option to order a second transcript. You may only
www.brocku.ca/registrar/teacher-education/                        choose this option after submitting the original
initial-teacher-education/international/.

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   application. All other transcripts (those from          B10 Primary/Junior – Admission Information
   outside Ontario) must be ordered directly from the      Applicants are encouraged to have an area of
   institution. The second transcript must be received     concentration related to school curriculum. Some
   by the Office of the Registrar – Admissions, Brock      preference will be given to Primary/Junior applicants
   University, no later than Friday, January 28, 2011,     with a major in Child and Youth Studies.
   for fall-term grades to be considered.
                                                           Preference will be given to Primary/Junior applicants
5. English language proficiency test results must be       who, at the time of application, present completed
   received by the Office of the Registrar – Admissions,   university degree-level courses (half or full credit) in
   Brock University, no later than December 8, 2010,       one or more of mathematics, science and/or English.
   at 4:30 p.m.                                            College diploma-level courses transferred toward a
                                                           degree will not be considered.
General Admission Notes for B10 Primary/Junior,
B20 Junior/Intermediate,                                   B20 Junior/Intermediate – Admission Information
and B30 Intermediate/Senior Applicants:                    Teaching Subjects:
                                                           Dramatic Arts (135)
Enrolment in the Faculty of Education is limited.          English (319)
Selection is based on the academic average of the          French as a Second Language (325)
best 10 full* undergraduate degree-level credits           Geography (740)
(not including college diploma transfer credits) and       Health and Physical Education (860)
experience as submitted on the Experience Profile form.    History (750)
Applicants must have completed the requirements for        Mathematics (652)
a recognized and acceptable degree by September            Music – Vocal (159)
2011, with the degree conferred no later than the fall     Science – General (430)
convocation of 2011.                                       Visual Arts (190)

* A full undergraduate university (degree-level) credit    Applicants must have the equivalent of at least three
is the equivalent of one academic year of study. For       full* undergraduate credits, averaging 75 percent,
example, a full university course normally runs from       in one of the teaching subject areas listed above. At
September to April, or it is the equivalent of two         least one full* undergraduate credit must be at the
semester-long courses.                                     second-year level or above. At a minimum, two out of
                                                           three teaching subject courses must be completed by
Applicants with a minimum “B” average (equivalent to       January 1, 2011. No courses completed after April 2011
70 percent at Brock) on their top 10 full undergraduate    will be considered.
university course equivalents will be considered. The
academic average accounts for 50 percent of the            * In all cases, an undergraduate credit refers to the
admission decision; the Experience Profile accounts        equivalent of one full academic year. For example,
for 50 percent. Applicants must submit the Teacher         one full undergraduate credit can be a full-year course
Education Experience Profile via www.brocku.ca/            that runs from September to April, or it can be a
registrar/teacher-education/initial-teacher-education/     combination of two semester-long courses.
applicant-profile/.
                                                           For those teachable subject courses not completed by
Some preference will be given to applicants with           the December 1, 2010, application deadline, proof of
graduate-level qualifications.                             registration in the winter term must be submitted with
                                                           the application. Proof of registration will be in the
Mature     students       must meet   the    same          form of an official transcript showing enrolment or a
requirements as all other applicants. There are no         letter/receipt from the relevant institution. Indicating
exceptions to this policy.                                 on the OUAC application that you are registered in
                                                           a course is not sufficient proof. It is the applicant’s
Guidelines for Teaching-Related                            responsibility to ensure that courses in progress show
                                                           on the transcript sent by their institution.
Experiences
Primary/Junior and Junior/Intermediate applicants          Preference will be given to Junior/Intermediate
are expected to have some experience working with          applicants who, at the time of application, present
children and youth of the age group in the program         completed university degree-level courses (half or full
for which they are applying. Intermediate/Senior           credit) in one or more of mathematics, science and/
applicants are expected to have some experience in         or English. College diploma-level courses transferred
one of the teaching subjects.                              toward a degree will not be considered.


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Junior/Intermediate applicants normally practice-teach    Clarification of Teaching Subjects:
at the Grade 4–8 levels. Placements at the secondary
school level (Grades 9 and 10) will be made only under    Business Studies – Accounting;
special circumstances.                                    Intermediate/Senior:
                                                          As a first teaching subject, a maximum of one
B30 Intermediate/Senior – Admission Information           undergraduate credit in business law is allowed.
Teaching Subjects:                                        The other four undergraduate credits must be in
Business Studies – Accounting (001)                       accounting. As a second teaching subject, a maximum
Business Studies – General (044)                          of one undergraduate credit in business law is allowed,
Business Studies – Information and Communication          with the remaining two undergraduate credits in
                    Technology (046)                      accounting. Applicants should choose a non-Business
Dramatic Arts (135)                                       subject as a second teaching subject when the first
English (319)                                             teaching subject is Business.
French as a Second Language (325)
Geography (740)                                           Business Studies – General; Intermediate/Senior:
Health and Physical Education (860)                       As a first teaching subject, a maximum of one
History (750)                                             undergraduate credit in economics is permitted. At
International Languages – Italian (340)                   least three undergraduate credits must be from any
International Languages – Spanish (375)                   of the following areas: organizations; management;
Mathematics (652)                                         marketing; business ethics; entrepreneurship. One
Religious Education (218)                                 undergraduate credit from any other Business subject
Science – Biology (412)                                   is allowed. As a second teaching subject, a maximum
Science – Chemistry (420)                                 of one undergraduate credit in economics is permitted.
Science – General (430)                                   At least two undergraduate credits must be from any
Science – Physics (470)                                   of the following areas: organizations; management;
Visual Arts (190)                                         marketing;     business   ethics;    entrepreneurship.
                                                          Applicants must choose a non-Business subject as a
Applicants must have the equivalent of at least           second teaching subject when the first teaching subject
five full* undergraduate credits, averaging 75            is Business.
percent, in one teaching subject area and three full
undergraduate credits, averaging 70 percent, in a         Applicants must provide evidence of having knowledge
second teaching subject area as listed above. For         of computer applications in business. This evidence can
the first teaching subject, at least three of the five    be provided on the university transcript, the Experience
undergraduate credits must be at the year-two level       Profile form, or other supplementary material.
or above. For the second teaching subject, at least
one of the three undergraduate credits must be at the     Business Studies – Information Management and
year-two level or above. At a minimum, three out of       Communication Technology; Intermediate/Senior:
five first teaching subject courses must be completed     As a first teaching subject, a minimum of two
by January 1, 2011. At a minimum, two out of three        undergraduate business credits in information
second teaching subject courses must be completed by      technology applications for business (e.g., computer
January 1, 2011. No courses completed after April 2011    applications, database management, information
will be considered.                                       systems, spreadsheet applications, networking). The
                                                          remaining three undergraduate credits may be from
* In all cases, an undergraduate credit refers to the     organizations; management; marketing; business
equivalent of one full academic year. For example,        ethics; entrepreneurship. As a second teaching subject,
one full undergraduate credit can be a full-year course   a minimum of two undergraduate business credits
that runs from September to April, or it can be a         in information technology applications for business
combination of two semester-long courses.                 (e.g., computer applications, database management,
                                                          information     systems,   spreadsheet    applications,
Due to limited capacity, not all subjects may be          networking). The remaining undergraduate credit
offered in any one year and, given the Faculty’s need     may be from organizations; management; marketing;
to respond to teacher shortages, special priority may     business ethics; entrepreneurship. Applicants should
be given to areas of high need. Applicants should be      choose a non-Business subject as a second teaching
aware that having two Business teaching subjects, or      subject when the first teaching subject is Business.
two language teaching subjects, is not permitted, as      Applicants may not choose Computer Studies as a
appropriate teaching blocks cannot be guaranteed and      second teaching subject.
employment prospects are limited.



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Dramatic Arts; Intermediate/Senior and                       (examples can be found on Brock’s website at
Junior/Intermediate:                                         www.brocku.ca/webcal/2010/undergrad/phed.html and
Undergraduate course credits in creativity-based             include PEKN 1P93, PEKN 2P00, PEKN 2P03, PEKN 2P06,
practical work with a reflective component are               PEKN 2P92, PEKN 3P00, PEKN 3P16, PEKN 4F93 PEKN
required (e.g., acting, performance, production). For a      4P00), two health studies undergraduate credits, as well
first or a second teaching subject, a maximum of one         as one undergraduate credit from kinesiology, health
undergraduate credit in theory-based courses, the            studies or physical education. As a second teaching
history of theatre, drama, or dramatic literature, is        subject, applicants must present two undergraduate
allowed.                                                     physical education credits that are action-based, as well
                                                             as one undergraduate credit in health studies.
English; Intermediate/Senior:
As a first teaching subject, a minimum of one                Health and Physical Education;
undergraduate credit in English literature or poetry         Junior/Intermediate:
is required. The remaining four credits can be a             The requirements are the same as those listed above
combination of literature, poetry and writing. At            for the second teaching subject.
least one undergraduate credit in Canadian content
is preferred. As a second teaching subject, a minimum        History; Intermediate/Senior:
of one undergraduate credit in English literature or         As a first teaching subject, applicants must have one
poetry is required. The remaining two credits can be         undergraduate credit in Canadian history. (All history
a combination of literature, poetry and writing. At          credits, including the Canadian history credit, must fall
least one undergraduate credit in Canadian content is        under the History department listing in the appropriate
preferred.                                                   course calendar, or be cross-listed as a History credit). A
                                                             maximum of one undergraduate credit in the history
English; Junior/Intermediate:                                of art, and one undergraduate credit in Greek/Roman
The requirements are the same as those listed above          civilization is allowed. Canadian politics and Canadian
for the second teaching subject.                             studies courses are not acceptable. As a second
                                                             teaching subject, requirements are the same.
Note: Credits completed in English as a Second
Language courses are not acceptable.                         History; Junior/Intermediate:
                                                             The requirements are the same as those listed above
French (Second Language); Intermediate/Senior:               for the first and second teaching subject.
As a first teaching subject, a minimum of two
undergraduate credits must be in grammar/                    International Languages –
composition, both of which must be taught in the             Italian, Spanish; Intermediate/Senior:
French language. A maximum of one undergraduate              As a first teaching subject, a minimum of two
credit may be in translation. As a second teaching           undergraduate credits must be in grammar/
subject, requirements are the same. Introductory-level       composition, both of which must be taught in the
language courses will not be considered toward               specific language. A maximum of one undergraduate
teaching subject requirements.                               credit in translation is allowed. As a second teaching
                                                             subject, requirements are the same. Applicants should
French (Second Language); Junior/Intermediate:               choose a non-language subject as a second teaching
The requirements are the same as those listed above          subject when the first teaching subject is a language
for the first and second teaching subject.                   subject. Introductory-level language courses will not be
                                                             considered toward teaching subject requirements.
Geography; Intermediate/Senior,
Junior/Intermediate:                                         Mathematics; Intermediate/Senior:
Applicants must have one half of an undergraduate            As a first teaching subject, a maximum of two
credit in Canadian geography. (This Canadian geography       undergraduate credits in statistics are allowed.
credit must fall under the Geography department listing      As a second teaching subject, a maximum of one
in the appropriate course calendar, or be cross-listed as    undergraduate credit in statistics is allowed.
a Geography credit.) A maximum of one undergraduate
credit in earth sciences/environmental studies is allowed.   Mathematics; Junior/Intermediate:
                                                             A maximum of one undergraduate credit in statistics is
Health and Physical Education;                               allowed.
Intermediate/Senior:
As a first teaching subject, applicants must                 Music – Vocal; Junior/Intermediate:
present the equivalent of two undergraduate                  A maximum of one undergraduate credit from the
physical education credits that are action-based,            history of music is allowed.


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Science – Biology; Intermediate/Senior:                     Hairstyling and Aesthetics
As a first teaching subject, a maximum of one               Health Care
undergraduate credit in anatomy, physiology,                Hospitality and Tourism
biochemistry or biomechanics is allowed. As a second        Manufacturing Technology
teaching subject, requirements are the same.                Technological Design
                                                            Transportation Technology
Science – General; Intermediate/Senior:
As a first teaching subject, three undergraduate            The Technological Education program is an extended
credits must be from biology, chemistry or physics          program that requires successful teacher candidates
(including astronomy) with a minimum of two credits         to begin studies in late June until the end of July,
in one subject and one credit in one of the remaining       with a further eight months of study beginning
subjects. The remaining two credits may be from any of      September 1, 2011, and ending late April 2011. This
these subjects or from earth sciences or environmental      program is offered at the Hamilton campus only.
science. Please note that if applicants wish to declare
Physics, Chemistry or Biology as a second teaching          Applicants should note that the Technological Education
subject, they may do so only with the science subject       program is highly competitive and admission is not
not used for the Science – General teaching subject.        guaranteed with attainment of minimum admission
For example: Science – General using two Biology            requirements. Preference will be given to candidates
credits and one Chemistry credit; Biology nor chemistry     with a degree and formal apprenticeship, technician or
may be declared as a second teachable subject. As a         technologist training who can demonstrate expertise in
second teaching subject, two undergraduate credits in       more than one area housed within their broad-based
one subject must be from biology, chemistry or physics      Technological Education teaching subject at the Grade
(including astronomy). The remaining credit may be          9/10 and Grade 11/12 levels. For a definition of an
from one of these subjects not used or from earth           acceptable degree, please refer to the B10, B20, B30
sciences or environmental science. Please note that if      section above. Mature students must meet the
applicants wish to declare Physics, Chemistry or Biology    same requirements as all other candidates. There
as a first teaching subject, they may only do so if the     are no exceptions to this policy.
science subject is not used for the Science – General
teaching subject.                                           In addition to all other required documentation,
                                                            applicants must complete the Technological Education
Science – General; Junior/Intermediate:                     Experience Profile Form, found at: www.brocku.ca/
The requirements are the same as those listed above         registrar/teacher-education/initial-teacher-education/
for the second teaching subject.                            applicant-profile/.

Science – Physics; Intermediate/Senior:                     All graduates will achieve a single qualification
As a first teaching subject, all five undergraduate         allowing them to teach Grades 9 to 12 at the secondary
credits must be in physics related to: forces and motion;   level.
energy, work, power, matter and energy; waves –
light and sound; electricity, magnetism, gravitation;       Brock University accepts applications from degree- and
hydraulic and pneumatic systems. A maximum of one           non-degree-holding applicants.
credit in astronomy is allowed. As a second teaching
subject, all three undergraduate credits must be from       B80 Degree Applicants: Applicants must present
the subject areas listed above (one undergraduate           a general degree from a recognized university or
credit in astronomy is allowed).                            postsecondary degree-granting institution.

Visual Arts;                                                B82 Non-Degree Applicants: Applicants must
Intermediate/Senior, Junior/Intermediate:                   present, at a minimum, a two-year diploma from a
Studio-based course credits are required (e.g., painting,   college of applied arts and technology or equivalent (a
sculpture, printmaking, drawing). A maximum of              minimum of 16 months postsecondary education).
one undergraduate credit from film, photography,
architecture, fashion or history of art is allowed.         In addition to the above, both B80 and B82 applicants
                                                            must meet the following minimum admission
Technological Education – Admission Information             requirements:
Broad-Based Teaching Subjects
(Grades 9 and 10; Grades 11 and 12)                         1. Proof of competence, advanced knowledge and skill
Communications Technology                                      in the broad-based technology subject selected by
Computer Technology                                            the applicant. Competence will be determined by
Construction Technology                                        members of the Faculty of Education Technological
Green Industries

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   Education department using documentation              Work experience must be supported by original
   provided and, if applicable, an interview.            documents on company letterhead from a supervisor
                                                         familiar with the applicant’s work. These letters must
2. One of:                                               specify the nature of the work experience as well as
   a. Five years of wage-earning experience,             the start and end dates of employment. The work
      including business or industrial experience,       experience must be in the subject area or areas in
      where the applicant used skills and knowledge      which the applicant wishes to teach. Self-employed
      in their selected broad-based technology           applicants must provide an original sworn statement,
      subject. Important note: Applicants with a         signed by a commissioner of oaths, attesting to the
      two-year (four-semester) college diploma           specific nature and duration of their work experience
      or equivalent must meet this wage-earning          as well as income tax assessments or a letter from
      experience requirement.                            their accountant supporting this information. Only
   or                                                    selected qualified applicants will be interviewed,
   b. A combination of at least two years of             at which time they will be asked to demonstrate their
      continuous wage-earning experience and             competency in a specific technology area.
      successful completion of a postsecondary
      education program that includes at least six       Clarification of Broad-Based Technology (BBT)
      semesters of academic study (equivalent to         Subjects
      a three-year diploma or degree), where the
      experience and education used the applicant’s      Communications Technology includes the study of
      skills and knowledge in their selected             electronic, live, and graphic communications. Potential
      broad-based technology subject.                    teachers in this BBT must have formal technical
   or                                                    education proving competence, as well as skilled
   c. A combination of at least two years of             wage-earning work experience in one or more of the
      wage-earning experience, including business        following areas:
      or industrial experience, no less than four        •	 Audio/visual	equipment	technician/technologist	–	
      months of which is continuous employment               diploma/degree
      (e.g., co-op placements/apprentice placements)     •	 Computer	electronics	technician/technologist	–	
      and successful completion of a postsecondary           diploma/degree
      education that includes at least six semesters     •	 Electronics/repair	certification	–	diploma/degree
      of academic study (equivalent to a three-year      •	 Graphic	artist/designer	technician/technologist	–	
      diploma or degree), where the experience               diploma/degree
      and education used the applicant’s skills and      •	 Photography	technician/technologist	–	diploma/
      knowledge in their selected broad-based                degree
      technology subject.                                •	 Radio	and	television	arts	technician/technologist	–	
                                                             diploma/degree
3. A Certificate of Qualification (trade certificate/
   license) in the recognized and/or regulated trades    Computer Technology includes the study of
   that are associated with construction, hairstyling    Computer Technology Fundamentals including the
   and aesthetics services, health care, hospitality     systems required to initiate hardware solutions;
   and tourism, manufacturing, and transportation;       maintain, troubleshoot and service computers; and
   or certification and/or equivalent work-related       participate in software implementation as well as
   experience* and postsecondary education for           computer programming. Potential teachers in this BBT
   communications technology, computer technology,       must have formal technical education and provide
   green industries and technological design.            evidence of skilled wage-earning work experience in
                                                         one or more of the following areas:
   * For communications technology, computer             •	 Computer	electronics	technician/technologist	–	
   technology, green industries, and technological           diploma/degree
   design, certification may or may not be required.     •	 Electronics/repair	certification	–	diploma/degree
   In all cases where certification is required, proof   •	 Computer	network	certification
   of certification should be forwarded as part of the
   application package.                                  Construction Technology includes the study of
                                                         residential, commercial, industrial and other built
4. Submission of a complete and original Technological   environments, including the systems required to
   Education Experience Profile.                         maintain and service them. Potential teachers in this
   www.brocku.ca/registrar/teacher-education/            BBT must have formal technical education, proof of
   initial-teacher-education/applicant-profile/.         competence (certification) and evidence of skilled
                                                         wage-earning work experience in one or more of the
                                                         following areas:

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•	   Air	conditioning	and	refrigeration	certification         •	    Tool	and	die	maker	certification
•	   Cabinet	maker	certification                              •	    Welding/fabrication	certification
•	   Carpentry	certification
•	   Construction	certification                               Technological Design includes the in-depth study
•	   Electrical/electronics	certification/degree              of a variety of design processes that may be used
•	   Woodworking	certification                                in solving technological challenges in the fields of
                                                              architecture, communications, construction, hospitality,
Green Industries includes areas of study covering the         manufacturing, electronics, and transportation. It
following sectors: agriculture, forestry, horticulture and    also includes the development of industrial and
landscaping. Potential teachers in this BBT must have         commercial products and services, as well as health,
formal postsecondary education; proof of competence           safety and environmental systems. Potential teachers
(certification where applicable); and evidence of skilled     in this BBT must have formal technical education
wage-earning work experience in one or more of the            proving competence, as well as evidence of skilled
following areas:                                              wage-earning work experience in one or more of the
•	 Arborist/arboriculture	–	certification/diploma             following areas:
•	 Floristry	–	certification/diploma                          •	 Architectural/mechanical	drafting	–	diploma/
•	 Forestry	–	certification/diploma                               degree
•	 Horticulturalist	–	certificate/diploma                     •	 Architectural/mechanical	engineer	–	diploma/
•	 Landscape	construction	and	maintenance	–	                      degree
    certification/diploma                                     •	 Engineering	design	technologist	–	diploma/degree
•	 Landscape	design	management	–	certification/               •	 Interior	designer	–	diploma/degree
    diploma
•	 Landscape	technician	–	certification/diploma               Transportation Technology includes the study of
                                                              transportation from the point of view of personal
Hairstyling and Aesthetics includes the study of              transportation, mass transit systems, and the
hairstyling and aesthetics. Potential teachers in this BBT    transportation of people and materials. Potential
area must have formal education, proof of competence          teachers in this BBT must have formal technical
(provincial certification) and evidence of skilled            education, proof of competence and evidence of
wage-earning work experience in the following area:           skilled wage-earning work experience in one or more
•	 Hairstylist	certification                                  of the following areas:
                                                              •	 Automotive	body	service	technician
Health Care includes the study of child development,          •	 Automotive	collision	repair	technician
gerontology and health care. Potential teachers in this       •	 Automotive	paint	technician
BBT must have formal education, proof of competence           •	 Automotive	vehicle	service	technician
(diploma/degree in the field of health care) and              •	 Heavy	truck	and	coach	service	technician
evidence of skilled wage-earning work experience in           •	 Motorcycle	service	technician
the following area(s):                                        •	 Small	engine	service	technician
•	 Nurse	BScN,	RN	diploma,	RPN	diploma

Hospitality and Tourism includes the study of food
preparation and other hospitality issues. Potential
teachers in this BBT must have formal technical
education, proof of competence (certification) and
evidence of skilled wage-earning work experience in
one or more of the following areas:
•	 Baker	certification
•	 Chef	certification
•	 Cook	certification

Manufacturing Technology includes the study of
product design, process and production planning,
manufacturing processes, and quality control. Potential
teachers in this BBT must have formal technical
education, proof of competence (certification) and
evidence of skilled wage-earning work experience in
one or more of the following areas:
•	 General	machinist	certification
•	 Industrial	mechanic	–	millwright	certification


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Lakehead University                                        International Applicants
                                                           Applicants educated outside of Canada and the United
                                                           States, who have obtained a degree from a foreign
                                                           country, must have all official transcripts translated (as
Lakehead University                                        applicable) and evaluated by either World Education
Office of Admissions and Recruitment                       Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment
955 Oliver Road                                            Service of Canada (ICAS).
Thunder Bay ON P7B 5E1
                                                           Applicants are responsible for the costs associated with
Telephone:                            807-343-8500         the course by course evaluation and any translation
Fax:                                  807-766-7209         required. Transcripts submitted directly to Lakehead
Email:                     admissions@lakeheadu.ca         University will not be accepted. It is the applicants’
Website:                 www.bachelorofeducation.ca        responsibility to send an official copy of their WES
                                                           or ICAS evaluation to Lakehead no later than
Program Codes                                              December 1, 2010.
A10   Primary/Junior (Thunder Bay campus)
A12   Primary/Junior (Orillia campus)                      Please Note: It can take upwards of 6 weeks for
A20   Junior/Intermediate (Thunder Bay campus)             WES/ICAS to receive official transcripts from a foreign
A30   Intermediate/Senior (Thunder Bay campus)             academic institution. Applicants should begin the
                                                           evaluation process as early as possible to ensure
Lakehead University offers the Bachelor of Education       Lakehead University receives a WES/ICAS evaluation no
program at both its Thunder Bay and Orillia campuses.      later than December 1, 2010.
Lakehead University offers prospective teachers the
opportunity to study in any of the three teaching          Admission Criteria
divisions, and also provides many unique program           1. Admission Average: Selection of applicants is
opportunities, such as the RITE program in the Primary/       based primarily on academic achievement. The
Junior teaching division, and the Outdoor Ecological          admission average will be calculated using the
and Experiential Education (OE3) program in the               last 10 full undergraduate course equivalents
Intermediate/Senior teaching division.                        (not including college transfer credits) completed
                                                              at the time of application. A minimum of five
For more information about the unique opportunities           full-year course equivalents (FCEs) are required
available at Lakehead University, please visit:               to be completed at the time of application for
http://education.lakeheadu.ca/?display=page&pageid=108.       admission consideration. Preference will be given
                                                              to applicants who present a minimum 70 percent
Equity                                                        average or equivalent. Please note that the
Mature and Aboriginal applicants, as well as applicants       admission average will be calculated using the
with disabilities, are encouraged to apply to the             grades reported on an official transcript that
Bachelor of Education program at Lakehead University.         must be received by the Office of Admissions and
A mature applicant is defined as a person who was             Recruitment by the application deadline. If credits
awarded their undergraduate degree five or more               are still in progress at the time of application,
years ago. Applicants may identify their Aboriginal           they will be considered in order to fulfill teaching
ancestry on the TEAS application in the field provided.       subject requirements; however, they will not be
                                                              included in the admission average calculation. In
Applicants with a disability who feel that they have          addition, graduate courses, college transfer credits,
been academically disadvantaged may outline reasons           CEGEP and secondary school courses will not be
in a personal statement submitted to the Office of            considered as part of the average calculation.
Admissions and Recruitment at Lakehead University.            Preference will also be given to applicants who
Students admitted under this policy must meet                 present an honours degree or a degree with 20 full
minimum admission requirements and will be required           course equivalents.
to meet the same standards for progression and
graduation as other students.                              2. English Language Requirement: Applicants to
                                                              the Bachelor of Education program whose native
As admission to the Faculty of Education is competitive,      language is not English are required to provide
fulfilling the minimum requirements does not                  evidence of their oral and written proficiency in
guarantee admission into the program.                         English in one of the following ways:

                                                                 a. Provide documentation (statement of the
                                                                    language of instruction) that indicates full-time


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         study for at least three years at a university            Applicants currently registered at Lakehead
         where the language of instruction and                     University, or those who have graduated from
         examination is English and that is located in a           Lakehead University, are not required to submit
         country where the first language is English.              Lakehead University transcripts but must arrange
                                                                   to send transcripts for all other postsecondary
     b. Provide official proof of English language facility        (university/college) institution(s)  they   have
        by presenting an English language proficiency              attended.
        test. For minimum score requirements, please
        visit: www.bachelorofeducation.ca.                         Under no circumstances will faxed copies or
                                                                   photocopies be accepted.
     Admitted students who are found to have an
     unsatisfactory command of the English language,          3. Course    descriptions, for    clarification of
     either spoken or written, may be asked to                   undergraduate or graduate courses that are not
     withdraw from the program if their language skill           obviously related to required teaching subjects,
     deficit interferes with their ability to communicate        must be submitted by December 1, 2010.
     effectively in a classroom.
                                                              4. April 1, 2011
3. Recognized Degree: Applicants must submit                     Offers of admission are released by the universities
   documentation that verifies the successful                    to successful applicants.
   completion of a recognized undergraduate degree
   by July 4, 2011.                                           5. April 3, 2011
                                                                 Applicants will be able to view/respond to offers of
4. Course Background: Applicants must present a                  admission online by logging in to their TEAS 2011
   course background that supports the division(s) to            application.
   which they have applied. For detailed requirements,
   please see the list of teaching subjects under             6. July 4, 2011
   Divisions and Teaching Subjects.                              Official documentation (i.e., transcripts) that
                                                                 verifies the successful completion of a degree and
Deadlines                                                        in-progress courses must be received by the Office
                                                                 of Admissions and Recruitment by this date.
1. The  OUAC     Teacher  Education application
   must be received by the OUAC no later than                      Lakehead    University    offers    applicants    the
   December 1, 2010.                                               opportunity to follow the status of their application
                                                                   from the first day it is submitted until a decision
     The Teacher Education Application Service fee                 is made. Applicants are provided with a Lakehead
     and the Lakehead University supplementary                     University email (myEmail) and information
     service fee must be received by the OUAC no later             (myInfo) account. Applicants must ensure that
     than December 8, 2010, if paying by cheque,                   Lakehead University has received their documents
     money order or electronic payment (for online                 by checking their application status online at
     applications).                                                www.lakeheadu.ca, and clicking on “myInfo”.
                                                                   You will receive further instruction about myInfo
2. Official   transcripts  are   required    for    all            functions via your Lakehead University myEmail
   postsecondary institutions attended (including                  account. Please check this email account regularly,
   institutions attended on a letter of permission).               as it will be your link to Lakehead University
   Official transcripts from Ontario universities                  throughout the application process.
   and community colleges must be ordered by
   completing the TEAS Transcript Request Form (TRF)          Divisions and Teaching Subjects
   and submitting it through the OUAC, with the TEAS
   application, by December 1, 2010. All appropriate          Primary/Junior (JK–Grade 6)
   transcript fees must be received by the OUAC no            Preference will be given to applicants who present
   later than December 8, 2010. All other transcripts         at least three core curriculum subjects taught in
   that are ordered directly from postsecondary               the Primary/Junior grades, such as: English, French,
   institutions must be sent directly to the Office of        Geography, History, Health and Physical Education,
   Admissions and Recruitment at Lakehead University          Mathematics, Music, Native Languages, Science, and
   and received by December 1, 2010. All documents            Visual Arts. Applicants do not choose a teaching subject
   must arrive at the Office of Admissions and                in the Primary/Junior division.
   Recruitment by the December 1, 2010, application
   deadline.


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Courses that will be accepted as “Science” are as           Health and Physical Education (860)
follows: anthropology (science courses only), biology,      History (750)
chemistry, environmental studies (science courses           Mathematics (652)
only), geography (science courses only), geology (earth     Music – Instrumental (158)
science) and physics.                                       Music – Vocal (159)
                                                            Native Languages (210)
Junior/Intermediate (Grades 4–10)                           Native Studies (200)
Teaching Subjects:                                          Science – Biology (412)
Computer Studies (422)                                      Science – Chemistry (420)
English (319)                                               Science – General (430)
French as a Second Language (325)                           Science – Physics (470)
Geography (740)                                             Social Sciences – General (second teaching subject
Health and Physical Education (860)                         only) (165)
History (750)                                               Visual Arts (190)
Mathematics (652)
Music – Instrumental (158)                                  Applicants must present two specific teaching subjects:
Music – Vocal (159)                                         five full-year course equivalents (FCEs) in the
Native Languages (210)                                      first teaching subject and three full-year course
Native Studies (200)                                        equivalents (FCEs) in the second teaching subject. At
Science – General (430)                                     least one relevant full-year course equivalent at the
Visual Arts (190)                                           upper-year level (third or fourth year) in that discipline
                                                            is required in both the first and second teaching
Applicants must present a minimum of three full-year        subject.
course equivalents (FCEs) in one specific teaching
subject. At least one relevant half credit or full credit   Note: For the first and second teaching subjects in the
course at the upper-year level (third or fourth year) in    Intermediate/Senior division, the French as a Second
that discipline is recommended.                             Language teaching subject requires five full-year course
                                                            equivalents in French.
In addition, preference will be given to applicants who
present a number of core curriculum subjects taught in      Note: For the first and second teaching subjects in the
the Junior/Intermediate grades such as: English, French,    Intermediate/Senior division, the Music – Instrumental
Geography, History, Health and Physical Education,          and Music – Vocal teaching subjects require a
Mathematics, Music, Native Languages, Science, and          recognized undergraduate degree in Music.
Visual Arts.
                                                            Note: For the first and second teaching subjects in the
Courses that will be accepted as “Science” are as           Intermediate/Senior division, the Visual Arts teaching
follows: anthropology (science courses only), biology,      subject requires a recognized undergraduate degree in
chemistry, environmental studies (science courses           Visual Arts.
only), geography (science courses only), geology (earth
science) and physics.                                       Lakehead University does not offer the following
                                                            combinations of teaching subjects in the Intermediate/
Note: For the Junior/Intermediate division, the French      Senior division:
as a Second Language teaching subject requires five         •	 Physics	and	Chemistry
full-year course equivalents in French.                     •	 Music	–	Instrumental	and	Music	–	Vocal.

Note: For the Junior/Intermediate division, Music           Teaching Subject Descriptions
– Instrumental and Music – Vocal teaching subjects
require a recognized undergraduate degree in Music.         For a comprehensive overview of the application
                                                            process, admission requirements, and prerequisites for
Intermediate/Senior (Grades 7–12)                           teaching subjects offered at Lakehead University, please
Teaching Subjects:                                          visit our website at www.bachelorofeducation.ca.
Business Studies – Accounting (first teaching subject
only) (001)
Computer Studies (422)
English (319)
Environmental Science (447)
French (as a Second Language) (325)
Geography (740)


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Laurentian University                                       Note: the terms “Aboriginal” (identity) and “Visible
                                                            Minority” are defined under the Employment Equity
                                                            Act. These terms can be found in Statistics Canada’s
                                                            2006 Census Dictionary at www12.statcan.gc.ca/
Office of Admissions                                        census-recensement/2006/ref/dict/index-eng.cfm/.
935 Ramsey Lake Road
Sudbury ON P3E 2C6                                          English Language Requirement
                                                            Applicants to the Bachelor of Education program
Telephone:                             705-675-4843         whose native language is not English are required to
Email:                     admissions@laurentian.ca         provide evidence of their oral and written proficiency
Website:          www.laurentian.ca/Laurentian/Home/        in English in one of the following ways:
Departments/School+of+Education+English/Consecutive+        a. Provide documentation (statement of the language
Intermediate+Senior+Program/Consecutive+Intermediate+           of instruction) that indicates full-time study for at
Senior+Program.htm?Laurentian_Lang=en-CA/                       least three years at a university where the language
                                                                of instruction and examination is English, and that
Program Code                                                    is located in a country where the first language is
L30   Intermediate/Senior                                       English.
                                                            b. Provide official proof of English language facility
Enrolment in the Program is limited.                            by presenting an English language proficiency test,
Note: The School of Education is awaiting Initial               such as:
Accreditation from The Ontario College of Teachers.             •	 Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL);
                                                                     minimum 213 (computer-based); minimum 550
Admission Criteria                                                   (paper-based); minimum 79 (internet-based).
Selection of applicants is based primarily on academic          •	 International English Language Testing System
achievement. The admission average will be calculated                (IELTS): minimum score of 6.5.
using the best 10 full university course equivalents (not       •	 Michigan English Language Assessment Battery
including college transfer credits) completed at the                 (MELAB): minimum score of 85.
time of application. A minimum of five university-level         •	 Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL)
full course equivalents (not including college transfer              Assessment: minimum score of 60 with 60 in
credits) are required to be completed at the time of                 Writing Proficiency.
application for admission consideration.                        •	 Cambridge English Proficiency: minimum result
                                                                     of C.
Only applicants with a minimum of 10 full                       •	 Laurentian University reserves the right to
undergraduate course equivalents (not including                      request an English language proficiency test
college transfer credits) at the completion of their                 result from any applicant. Admitted students
degree, with an average of 70% or better, are eligible               who are found to have an inadequate command
for consideration. An Experience Profile must also be                of the English language, either spoken or
completed (see page 31).                                             written, may be required to withdraw from the
                                                                     program.
A candidate for teacher education must be a Canadian
citizen or a permanent resident of Canada. The School       English language proficiency test results are due by
of Education Selection Committee will determine             December 18, 2010.
suitable candidates for this program.
                                                            Transcripts
Equity                                                      Official transcripts are required from all universities
Laurentian University’s School of Education encourages      attended, including transcripts from institutions
applications from qualified candidates, who are             attended on exchange and institutions attended
Aboriginal, members of visible minorities and persons       on a letter of permission (even if courses have not
with disabilities. A number of applicant spaces will be     been completed and grades do not appear on the
reserved for Aboriginal, visible minority and persons       transcript). Official transcripts for Ontario universities
with disabilities into the Consecutive (post-degree)        must be ordered by completing the TEAS Transcript
Program. This status must be affirmed through               Request Form (TRF) and returning it to the OUAC
adequate documentation.                                     with the TEAS application by December 1, 2010.
                                                            Appropriate transcript fees are due no later than
Applicants from these groups should submit                  December 8, 2010.
documentation attesting to their membership in one
of these groups. Documents must be included in              All other transcripts must be ordered directly from
application package.                                        universities and sent directly to the Office of Admissions,


30                                                    TEAS 2011                      Last revised: November 9, 2010
Laurentian University, by December 18, 2010. For             Applicants must have two teachable areas from the
transcripts to be considered “official”, they must           list below. For the first teachable subject, applicants
be sent directly from the Registrar’s Office to our          must have a minimum of 30 credits (five full courses),
Admissions Office, be imprinted with the school’s seal       and a minimum of 18 credits (three full courses) for
and/or bear the appropriate signature. We will not           the second teachable subject. For allowed teachable
accept transcripts issued to the candidates. We will not     combinations please see the Laurentian University web
accept faxed transcripts.                                    site at:
                                                             www.laurentian.ca/Laurentian/Home/Departments/
Any applicable transcripts must be received at               School+of+Education+English/Consecutive+Intermediate
Laurentian University by June 25, 2011, and must             +Senior+Program/Consecutive+Intermediate+Senior+
indicate that the degree has been conferred and that         Program.htm?Laurentian_Lang=en-CA/.
all courses counted towards the teaching subjects
have been successfully completed. The degree must            L30 Intermediate/Senior Teaching Subjects:
be conferred no later than spring 2011 convocation.          Computer Studies (422)
Teaching subject courses must be completed in time           English (319)
to appear on a transcript that must be received by           French as a Second Language (325)
Laurentian University by June 25, 2011.                      Geography (740)
                                                             Health & Physical Education (860)
Foreign Transcripts                                          History (750)
Applicants who have attended postsecondary                   Mathematics (652)
institutions outside North America, must have their          Music – Instrumental (158)
foreign transcripts assessed by World Education              Music – Vocal (159)
Services (WES): www.wes.org/ca/. We require a WES            Native Studies (200)
Credential Evaluation Report, including a Course-by-         Religious Education (218)
Course Analysis. WES evaluations must be sent directly       Science – Biology (412)
to the Office of Admissions, and must be received by         Science – Chemistry (420)
the application deadline.                                    Science – Physics (470)

Experience Profile
An Experience Profile form is required from all applicants
and must be completed by December 18, 2010. The
Experience Profile could be taken into consideration
for those applicants whose academic average is at, or
close to, the cut-off average. Experience, no matter
how extensive, cannot be substituted for academic
achievement.
Download the profile from our site at:
www.laurentian.ca/Laurentian/Home/Departments/
School+of+Education+English/Consecutive+Intermedia
te+Senior+Program/Consecutive+Intermediate+Senior+
Program.htm?Laurentian_Lang=en-CA/.

Recognized Degree
Applicants must submit documentation that verifies the
successful completion of a recognized undergraduate,
university-level degree by June 25, 2011.

Deadlines
The OUAC Teacher Education (TEAS) application
must be received by the OUAC no later than
December 1, 2010.

The TEAS application service fee and the Laurentian
Supplementary $40 non-refundable service fee must be
received by the OUAC no later than December 8, 2010.

Teaching Subjects
Program or teaching subject changes will not be
considered after the December 1, 2010, TEAS deadline.

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Université                                                  du Bureau du Secrétaire général de l’institution en
                                                            question, au Bureau des admissions de l’Université
                                                            Laurentienne, il doit être scellé avec le sceau officiel
Laurentienne                                                de l’Université et doit porté la signature officielle
                                                            appropriée. Nous n’acceptons pas les relevés de notes
                                                            télécopiés ou issuent aux candidats.
Bureau des admissions
                                                            Relevés de notes étrangers
Université Laurentienne
                                                            Les candidats qui ont des études à l’extérieur de
Sudbury ON P3E 2C6
                                                            l’Amérique du Nord, doivent faire évaluer leurs
                                                            relevés de notes par le World Education Services
Téléphone :                              705-675-4843
                                                            (WES) www.wes.org/ca/. Nous exigeons un Rapport
Site Web :         www.laurentian.ca/Laurentian/Home/
                                                            d’évaluation détaillée, incluant une analyse cours-
              Departments/School+of+Education+French/
                                                            par-cours. Les évaluations WES doivent être envoyées
                    acceuil.htm?Laurentian_Lang=fr-CA/
                                                            directement au Bureau des admissions, par la date
                                                            limite.
Codes   des programmes
L01     Primaire/moyen
                                                            Préalables aux options scolaires
L02     Moyen/intermédiaire
                                                            Si un candidat a l’intention de prendre des cours qui lui
L03     Intermédiaire/supérieur
                                                            permettraient d’être éligible pour une option scolaire
                                                            mais que ces cours n’apparaissent pas sur le relevé
L’admission   au   programme    de  formation    à
                                                            de notes, il lui incombe de le signaler au Bureau des
l’enseignement est contingentée. La sélection sera
                                                            admissions.
basée sur la moyenne.
                                                            L01 : Les candidats n’ont pas à choisir d’option scolaire.
Afin d’être considéré pour l’admission, tout candidat
doit :
                                                            L02 Moyen/intermédiaire
•	 détenir	 un	 grade	 universitaire	 de	 premier	 cycle	
                                                            Options scolaires :
    avant le début de l’année scolaire 2011–2012;
                                                            Anglais – langue maternelle (319)
•	 avoir	une	moyenne	de	67	pourcent,	calculée	sur	les	
                                                            Arts dramatiques (135)
    dix meilleurs pleins cours complétés. La moyenne
                                                            Arts visuels (190)
    pour les candidats qui n’ont pas complété dix
                                                            Études religieuses (218)
    pleins cours sera calculée sur les cours complétés en
                                                            Français – langue maternelle (326)
    décembre 2010 si l’étudiant a complété au moins
                                                            Géographie (740)
    cinq pleins cours (ne comprend pas les transferts de
                                                            Histoire (750)
    crédits du niveau collégial);
                                                            Informatique (422)
•	 avoir	réussi	la	composante	écrite	et	la	composante	
                                                            Mathématiques (652)
    orale du test de compétence linguistique en
                                                            Musique – instrumentale (158)
    français;
                                                            Musique – vocale (159)
•	 satisfaire	aux	exigences	des	options	scolaires.
                                                            Santé et éducation physique (860)
                                                            Sciences – générales (430)
Le candidat doit envoyer sa demande d’admission,
les droits administratifs et les droits institutionnels
                                                            Les candidats doivent avoir suivi un minimum de trois
supplémentaires de 40 $ au Centre de demande
                                                            pleins cours (18 crédits) de premier cycle dans le même
d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario. Tout autre
                                                            domaine que l’option scolaire.
document doit parvenir à l’Université Laurentienne.
                                                            L03 Intermédiaire/supérieur
Documents exigés pour l’admission
                                                            Options scolaires :
Un relevé de notes officiel (imprimé au cours
                                                            Affaires et commerce – comptabilité (001)
des six derniers mois) de tous les établissements
                                                            Affaires et commerce – général (044)
postsecondaires fréquentés.
                                                            Anglais – langue maternelle (319)
                                                            Arts dramatiques (135)
Relevés de notes
                                                            Arts visuels (190)
Les candidats aux programmes de niveaux avancés,
                                                            Études religieuses (218)
doivent s’assurer que leur relevés de notes officiels
                                                            Français – langue maternelle (326)
soient envoyés directement au Bureau des admission,
                                                            Géographie (740)
par la date limite. Afin qu’un relevé de notes soit
                                                            Histoire (750)
considéré officiel, il doit être acheminé directement
                                                            Informatique (422)


32                                                   TEAS 2011                       Last revised: November 9, 2010
Mathématiques (652)
Musique – instrumentale (158)
Musique – vocale (159)
Santé et éducation physique (860)
Sciences – biologie (412)
Sciences – chimie (420)
Sciences – physique (470)

Les candidats doivent avoir suivi un minimum de
cinq pleins cours (30 crédits) de premier cycle dans le
domaine choisi comme première option scolaire et
trois pleins cours (18 crédits) de premier cycle dans le
domaine choisi comme deuxième option scolaire.

Note : Les options scolaires ne seront pas toutes
offertes chaque année.




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Nipissing University                                          2. Official transcripts are required from all universities
                                                                 attended, including transcripts from institutions
                                                                 attended on exchange and institutions attended
                                                                 on a letter of permission (even if courses have
Office of the Registrar                                          not been completed and grades do not appear
Nipissing University                                             on the transcript). Official transcripts for Ontario
100 College Drive                                                universities must be ordered by completing the
P.O. Box 5002                                                    TEAS Transcript Request Form (TRF) and returning
North Bay ON P1B 8L7                                             it to the OUAC with the TEAS application by
                                                                 December 1, 2010. Appropriate transcript fees
Telephone:                     705-474-3461, ext. 4761           are due no later than December 8, 2010. All
Email:                         edadmiss@nipissingu.ca            other transcripts must be ordered directly from
Website:                    www.nipissingu.ca/registrar/         universities and sent directly to the Office of the
                            admissionreq_education.asp           Registrar – Admissions, Nipissing University, by
                                                                 December 17, 2010.
Program Codes
P10   Primary/Junior                                               Applicants who have completed an Early Childhood
P20   Junior/Intermediate                                          Education or Child and Youth Worker Diploma
P30   Intermediate/Senior                                          from a recognized community college must order
                                                                   a transcript directly from the college attended
Nipissing’s Faculty of Education has a compulsory laptop           and have it sent directly to the Office of the
computer initiative that includes all divisions. Each              Registrar – Admissions, Nipissing University, by
student entering Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate and           December 17, 2010.
Intermediate/Senior will be required to have an Apple
MacBook (must meet minimum specifications). Please                 Applicants who have attended postsecondary
visit our website for a full explanation of the initiative.        institutions outside North America must have their
                                                                   foreign transcripts assessed by World Education
Enrolment in the Faculty of Education is limited.                  Services (WES): www.wes.org/ca. We require a WES
Selection of applicants is based primarily on academic             Credential Evaluation Report, including a Course-
average. The academic average of each applicant is                 by-Course Analysis. WES evaluations must be sent
calculated on the best 10 full (full-year) university              directly to the Admissions Office, and must be
courses, or equivalent (not including college transfer             received by the transcript deadline.
courses) completed at the time of application. If an
applicant presents more than 25 full courses, only the        3. An Experience Profile form is required from
first 25 courses will be considered in the calculation of        all applicants and must be completed by
the average. Applicants with a graduate degree may               December 17, 2010. Once Nipissing has received
have a maximum of five full graduate courses included            your application, you will receive details about
in their average.                                                accessing Nipissing’s secure website and completing
                                                                 the Experience Profile(s) online. The Experience
Only applicants with a minimum of 10 full (20 semester)          Profile could be taken into consideration for those
undergraduate courses at the completion of their                 applicants whose academic average is at, or close
degree, not including advanced standing from college,            to, the cut-off average. Experience, no matter
are eligible for consideration.                                  how extensive, cannot be substituted for academic
                                                                 achievement.
Applicants with an average of less than 70 percent
on their best 10 full (20 semester) courses will not be       4. English language proficiency test results are due by
considered for admission.                                        December 17, 2010.

                                                                   All applicants whose first language is not English
Deadlines                                                          (learned and spoken in the home) will be required
1. The OUAC Teacher Education (TEAS) application                   to submit official results of an English language
   must be received by the OUAC no later than                      proficiency test such as TOEFL (minimum score 600
   December 1, 2010.                                               on the paper-based test; minimum score of 5.5 on
                                                                   the TWE); or the IELTS (minimum overall score of 7
     The TEAS application service fee and the Nipissing            with scores of at least 6.5 in reading and listening
     supplementary $60 non-refundable service fee                  and scores of at least 7 in writing and speaking);
     must be received by the OUAC no later than                    or Pearson with an overall score of 67 with scores
     December 8, 2010.                                             of at least 60 in reading, writing, listening and
                                                                   speaking.

34                                                     TEAS 2011                       Last revised: November 9, 2010
   You must submit a language test result if                History (750)
   English is not your first language. Studying in          Mathematics (652)
   an English-language school system does not               Music – Instrumental (158)
   exempt applicants from this requirement.                 Religious Education (218)
                                                            Science – General (430)
   Nipissing University reserves the right to request an    Visual Arts (190)
   English language proficiency test result from any
   applicant. Students who, after admission, show an        Applicants must have at least three full undergraduate
   inadequate command of spoken or written English          courses or six semester courses in the teaching subject
   may be required to withdraw from the program.            selected. Teaching subject courses must be completed
                                                            in time to appear on a transcript that must be received
5. Applicants     selected    for   admission      must     by Nipissing University by June 27, 2011.
   provide a transcript showing that a recognized
   undergraduate degree has been conferred (you             Requirements and exceptions:
   have graduated), and all required teaching subject       a. Computer Studies: At least one of the courses
   courses have been completed, by the end of June             presented for the teaching subject must be a
   2011. The degree must have a minimum of 10 full             programming language course.
   (20 semester) undergraduate courses (not including       b. English: Courses presented for the teaching
   college transfer courses). Any applicable transcripts       subject must be English literature courses. English
   must be received at Nipissing University by                 remedial courses will not be considered.
   June 27, 2011, and must indicate that the degree         c. French: Applicants must present three full French
   has been conferred and that all courses counted             courses. No more than one full course can be at
   towards the teaching subject have been successfully         the first year level. Applicants must possess oral
   completed. The degree must be conferred no later            and written fluency in the French language and a
   than spring 2011 convocation.                               thorough knowledge of grammar.
                                                            d. Mathematics: Mathematics courses equivalent to
For a designated number of places in the BEd program,          a secondary school math credit cannot be counted.
preference will be given to members of Aboriginal/First        At least six credits (one full course) must be
Nations groups, racial minorities and differently-abled        upper-year credits.
groups. Additional information will be sent upon            e. Music – Instrumental: The prerequisite is three
receipt of your application.                                   full undergraduate music performance courses.
                                                               Applicants will be considered based on academic
A limited number of spaces will be available for               background and experience in the discipline. An
applicants who hold an undergraduate degree plus an            additional supplemental application will be sent
Early Childhood Education (ECE) or Child and Youth             to you upon receipt of your application. Applicants
Worker (CYW) diploma or who hold an undergraduate              should have experience with brass, woodwind and
degree specializing in child studies. These spaces are in      percussion instruments.
the Primary/Junior division. Additional information will    f. Religious Education: This teaching subject
be sent upon receipt of your application.                      prepares teachers of Religious Education in Roman
                                                               Catholic schools. Practice teaching will occur in
Program or teaching subject changes will not be                Roman Catholic schools only. Roman Catholic
considered after the December 1, 2010, TEAS deadline.          boards of education require that student teachers
                                                               be of the Catholic faith. Applicants will be asked to
Prerequisites for Teaching Subjects                            provide a pastoral reference.
                                                            g. Science:    The     prerequisite    is   three    full
P10 Primary/Junior                                             undergraduate courses in a combination of biology,
Applicants do not choose teaching subjects; however,           chemistry and physics.
applicants should have breadth in their undergraduate       h. Visual Arts: The prerequisite is three full
degree, since candidates at this level are required to         undergraduate studio art courses. Applicants will
teach a variety of subjects.                                   be considered based on academic background
                                                               and experience in the discipline. An additional
P20 Junior/Intermediate                                        supplemental application will be sent upon receipt
Teaching Subjects:                                             of your application.
Computer Studies (422)
English (319)                                               Please note: Courses cross-listed with the discipline will
French as a Second Language (325)                           not automatically be counted towards the teaching
Geography (740)                                             subject.
Health and Physical Education (860)


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P30 Intermediate/Senior                                    d. English: Courses presented for the teaching
Teaching Subjects:                                            subject must be English literature courses. English
Business Studies – Accounting (001)                           remedial courses will not be considered.
Business Studies – Information and Communication           e. French: Applicants must present five full French
                      Technology (046)                        courses towards a first teaching subject, including
Computer Studies (422)                                        no more than two full courses at the first year level.
English (319)                                                 Applicants must present three full French courses
French as a Second Language (325)                             towards a second teaching subject, including no
Geography (740)                                               more than one full course at the first year level.
Health and Physical Education (860)                           Applicants must possess oral and written fluency in
History (750)                                                 the French language and a thorough knowledge of
Mathematics (652)                                             grammar.
Music – Instrumental (158)                                 f. Mathematics: Mathematics courses equivalent
Religious Education (218)                                     to a secondary school math credit cannot be
Science – Biology (412)                                       counted. At least 12 (two full courses) towards a
Science – Chemistry (420)                                     first teaching subject must be upper-year credits,
Science – Physics (470)                                       while at least six credits (one full course) towards a
Visual Arts (190)                                             second teaching subject must be upper-year credits.
                                                           g. Music – Instrumental: Applicants must present the
Applicants must have at least five full undergraduate         required number of courses including a minimum
courses, or 10 semester courses, in the first teaching        of three full, or six semester, undergraduate
subject and at least three full undergraduate courses,        performance courses. Candidates will be considered
or six semester courses, in the second teaching subject.      based on academic background and experience
Teaching subject courses must be completed in time            in the discipline. An additional supplemental
to appear on a transcript that must be received by            application will be sent to you upon receipt of your
Nipissing University by June 27, 2011.                        application. Applicants should have experience with
                                                              brass, woodwind and percussion instruments.
Requirements and exceptions:                               h. Religious Education: This teaching subject
a. Business Studies – Accounting: As a first                  prepares teachers of Religious Education in Roman
   teaching subject, the requirement is three full            Catholic schools. Practice teaching will occur in
   undergraduate courses in accounting and two                Roman Catholic schools only. Roman Catholic
   additional full undergraduate courses in a related         boards of education require that student teachers
   business area. As a second teaching subject, the           be of the Catholic faith. Applicants will be asked to
   requirement is two full undergraduate courses in           provide a pastoral reference.
   accounting and one additional full undergraduate        i. Visual Arts: Applicants must present the required
   course in a related business area.                         number of courses including a minimum of three
b. Business      Studies     –    Information      and        full, or six semester, undergraduate studio courses.
   Communication Technology: As a first teaching
   subject, the requirement is three full undergraduate    Please note: Courses cross-listed with the discipline will
   courses from information management and                 not automatically be counted towards the teaching
   two additional full undergraduate courses from          subject.
   a related business area. As a second teaching
   subject, the requirement is two full undergraduate
   courses from information management and one
   additional full undergraduate course from a related
   business area. Business Studies – Information and
   Communication Technology involves teaching the
   use of information technology from a business
   studies perspective. University courses considered
   for admission to the Business Studies – Information
   and Communication Technology teaching subject
   are courses such as computer applications, database
   management, information systems, spreadsheet
   applications, and networking.
c. Computer Studies: At least one of the courses
   presented for the teaching subject must be a
   programming language course.



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University of Ottawa                                       Université d’Ottawa
For the French program, see Université d’Ottawa.           Pour le programme anglophone, voir University of
                                                           Ottawa.
University of Ottawa, InfoService
75 Laurier Street East                                     Université d’Ottawa, InfoService
Ottawa ON K1N 6N5                                          75, rue Laurier Est
                                                           Ottawa (Ontario) K1N 6N5
Telephone:                             613-562-5315
Fax:                                   613-562-5323        Téléphone :                            613-562-5315
ATS/TTY:                               613-562-5317        Télécopieur :                          613-562-5323
Website:                  www.admission.uottawa.ca/        ATS/TTY :                              613-562-5317
                            Default.aspx?tabid=2907        Site Web :                www.admission.uottawa.ca/
                                                                                       Default.aspx?tabid=2879
English Program Codes
OE1    Primary/Junior                                      Cotes   des programmes en français
OE2    Junior/Intermediate                                 OF1      Primaire/moyen (campus d’Ottawa)
OE3    Intermediate/Senior                                 OF2      Moyen/intermédiaire (campus d’Ottawa)
OE6    Primary/Junior (French as a Second Language)        OF3      Intermédiaire/supérieur (campus d’Ottawa)
                                                           OF4      Primaire/moyen (campus de Toronto)
Instructions for Teacher Education                         OF6      Moyen/intermédiaire (campus de Toronto)
(Anglophone Sector)                                                 option Mathématiques, Sciences, Français ou
Before applying, applicants must obtain a copy of                   Anglais langue maternelle
the “Notes to Applicants” and the “Statement of            OF5      Primaire/moyen (campus de Windsor)
Experience” form available in PDF on the University of     OF7      Moyen/intermédiaire (campus de Windsor)
Ottawa’s website:                                                   option Mathématiques, Sciences, Français ou
www.admission.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=2907.                   Anglais langue maternelle

Supplementary Forms                                        Directives pour la formation à l’enseignement
Applicants are responsible      for   obtaining    these   (secteur francophone)
documents.                                                 Avant de poser une demande d’admission, les
                                                           candidates et candidats doivent se procurer le
                                                           document « Notes sur le processus d’admission » et le
                                                           « Profil d’expérience » disponible en PDF en visitant le
                                                           site Web de l’Université d’Ottawa à :
                                                           www.admission.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=2879.

                                                           Formulaires supplémentaires
                                                           Les candidats doivent s’assurer d’obtenir tous leurs
                                                           documents.




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Queen’s University                                         2. Official transcripts, consisting of:

                                                                 a. Postsecondary         transcripts    from     each
                                                                    institution    attended,     submitted     directly
The Education Registrar                                             from the issuing postsecondary institution
Faculty of Education, Queen’s University                            to Queen’s Education Registrar. A World
Room A112, Duncan McArthur Hall                                     Education Services (WES) report is equivalent to
511 Union Street                                                    receiving transcripts directly from each foreign
Kingston ON K7M 5R7                                                 institution.
                                                                    Notes on postsecondary transcripts:
Telephone:                               613-533-6205               •	 Most	 Ontario	 postsecondary	 institutions’	
Fax:                                     613-533-6203                   transcripts can be ordered directly
Website:      http://educ.queensu.ca/teachereducation                   through the OUAC/TEAS application, and
Email:                 Education.Registrar@queensu.ca                   the transcripts will be sent directly to
                                                                        Queen’s Education Registrar’s Office. If the
Program Codes                                                           postsecondary institution does not offer
Q10   Primary/Junior                                                    transcripts through OUAC/TEAS, contact
Q12   Aboriginal Teacher Education (Primary/Junior)                     the institution to request that transcripts
Q14   Aboriginal Teacher Education                                      be sent directly to the Queen’s Education
      Community-Based (Primary/Junior)                                  Registrar.
Q15   Artist in Community Education (Primary/Junior)                •	 Applicants	 who	 are	 attending	 or	
Q18   Outdoor & Experiential Education                                  attended Queen’s do not need to request
      (Primary/Junior)                                                  transcripts, as Queen’s provides that service
Q30   Intermediate/Senior                                               automatically at no cost.
Q32   Aboriginal Teacher Education                                  •	 Applicants	 often	 have	 courses	 on	 their	
      (Intermediate/Senior)                                             transcript from a department other than
Q35   Artist in Community Education                                     the one that reflects the discipline area (see
      (Intermediate/Senior)                                             Program Options below). By the deadline:
Q38   Outdoor & Experiential Education                                  i. Applicants must provide a course
      (Intermediate/Senior)                                                  outline and/or course description of that
Q80   Technological Education (Fall-Winter, BEd)                             ”related” course for it to be considered.
Q82   Technological Education (Fall-Winter, DipEd)                           Clearly state the requirement for which
Q85   Technological Education (Internship, BEd)                              you wish the course to be considered.
Q87   Technological Education (Internship, DipEd)                       ii. All documentation to support the
                                                                             teaching subject course requirements
Queen’s Education charges a supplementary fee of                             must arrive by the application deadline
$80, to be paid when the online application is made to                       in order to be considered.
OUAC/TEAS.                                                              iii. The Queen’s Education Registrar makes
                                                                             the final decision about whether or not
                                                                             a course meets the discipline area.
Important Deadlines (A and B)
A. December 1, 2010, is the deadline for all                     b. Technological Education program applicants
   applicants to submit:                                            must arrange to have their secondary school
   1. online application,                                           transcripts sent directly from the school
   2. official transcripts,                                         or school board to the Queen’s Education
   3. Personal Statement of Experience, and                         Registrar.
   4. supplementary documentation.
                                                                 c.   International transcripts: Applicants who
     Only completed applications will be assessed.                    obtained a degree from a foreign institution
                                                                      (from non-Canadian or American institutions)
     Application to Queen’s Teacher Education requires,               must have all international official transcripts
     at the minimum, submission of the following three                evaluated and translated by World Education
     essential components:                                            Services (WES) - www.wes.org/ca/. Ensure you
                                                                      are on the Canadian page (a maple leaf in
1. The online OUAC/TEAS application, including fee                    the banner). Applicants are responsible for
   payment.                                                           the costs associated with the WES evaluation
                                                                      and any translation required. Applicants must
                                                                      request that WES evaluations be sent directly


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       to the Education Registrar, Queen’s University,                 the section below entitled Program Tracks
       to be received no later than December 1, 2010.                  and submit supplementary documentation as
       Note that it can take upwards of six weeks                      indicated.
       for WES to receive official transcripts from a
       foreign academic institution, after which point            b. Applicants to the Aboriginal            Teacher
       the WES evaluation can take a week or longer                  Education     Community-Based         (Primary/
       to complete. Applicants should begin the                      Junior) Program: Please refer to the Education
       evaluation process as early as possible.                      website for details regarding the supplementary
                                                                     requirements for this program.
       Questions concerning international transcripts
       requirements should be referred to the                     c.   Applicants to Technological Education (either
       Education Registrar’s Office.                                   the fall-winter or the internship) program
                                                                       option: Please read the section below entitled
   Additional transcript requirements:                                 “Technological Education” and submit the
   •	 All	 transcripts	 submitted	 must	 be	 official,	                supplementary documentation outlined there.
      bearing the institutional seal and/or original
      signature of the institution’s registrar.                   d. Applicants with a graduate degree in
      Photocopied or faxed transcripts are not                       progress: Applicants who are completing a
      acceptable.                                                    graduate degree (e.g., MA, MSc) and who plan
   •	 All	 transcripts,	 once	 received,	 become	 the	               to receive the degree at spring convocation
      property of the Queen’s Education Registrar                    may be eligible for additional admission
      and will not be returned to the applicant.                     points. To receive this credit, applicants must
   •	 An	 applicant’s	 previous	 academic	 credentials	              provide the Education Registrar’s Office with
      must be obtained at an institution providing                   a letter, from their graduate supervisor no
      an academic environment and education that                     later than the deadline, confirming that
      prepares students for potential success in                     they will be graduating in the spring. Then,
      advanced study at Queen’s.                                     by June 30, 2011, applicants must submit a
                                                                     transcript showing that the graduate degree
3. The Personal Statement of Experience (PSE),                       was indeed conferred.
   submitted to Queen’s Education using our website.
   Because the online applications take several days to           e. Applicants     applying     under     “Equity
   be received by Queen’s from OUAC/TEAS, applicants                 Admission”: For a designated number of places
   may need to wait three to five business days before               in the Education program, preference is given
   submitting the PSE. PSEs may be submitted until                   to members of Aboriginal/First Nations groups,
   December 15, 2010, at 11:59 p.m.                                  visible racial minorities and differently-abled
   a. PSEs are assessed only for applications that                   groups currently under-represented within
       are deemed eligible (i.e., after the transcript is            the teaching profession. Equity applicants are
       assessed).                                                    automatically considered for admission under
   b. If applicants are applying for the Aboriginal                  regular admission procedures as well. Further
       Teacher Education program track and for the                   information and the Equity Admission form are
       mainstream Teacher Education program option                   available on our website.
       (P/J or I/S), they must submit two PSEs. All other
       multiple applications require only one PSE to              f.   Applicants with a university degree and
       be submitted.                                                   a     college     diploma/applied        degree:
                                                                       Applicants who have completed two, three,
4. Additional supplementary documentation to be                        or four years of a college diploma/applied
   sent, in accordance with indicated instructions, to                 degree program may be eligible to receive
   the Education Registrar’s Office by email.                          additional admission points by submitting an
                                                                       official college transcript, in addition to their
   Please read below to determine which program                        university transcript. Applicants who have
   applications require additional documentation                       already received substantial university transfer
   beyond the online application, transcript, and the                  credit for college courses or college credit for
   PSE.                                                                university courses may not be eligible for such
                                                                       consideration.
   a. Applicants to one of the three program tracks
      (Aboriginal Teacher Education, Artist in                    g. Internationally      Trained     Teacher    (ITT)
      Community Education, or the Outdoor                            applicants: A designated number of places
      and Experiential Education): Please read                       are available to internationally trained teachers
                                                                     who are landed immigrants to Canada or

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        permanent residents of Canada, and who wish            Read these notes before applying online:
        to apply to the BEd program at Queen’s. ITT            1. Queen’s Teacher Education will make only one offer
        applicants are automatically considered for               of admission per applicant. Applicants are welcome
        admission under regular admission procedures.             to apply for a maximum of three program options/
        Prior to making an application on the OUAC/               tracks. It is important for applicants to carefully
        TEAS website, internationally trained teachers            consider their Queen’s choices and the order of
        should apply to the Ontario College of Teachers           those choices.
        (www.oct.ca) and obtain an assessment of their
        education and teaching background. Complete            2. If appropriate prerequisites do not appear on the
        information is available on our website.                  transcript or if “in progress” courses have not
        Applicants must complete and submit the                   been itemized on the OUAC/TEAS application, the
        online International Teacher Experience Record            applicant must amend their application through
        on our website.                                           the OUAC/TEAS website by the December 1st
                                                                  application deadline.
     h. Does the applicant meet our English
        language requirement? English is the                   3. Selection of applicants for P/J and I/S program
        language of instruction at Queen’s and in                 options is based on:
        the schools in Ontario where our teacher                  a. meeting the admission requirements and/or
        candidates complete their required practice                   recommendations;
        teaching. Consequently, all applicants to the             b. the number of spaces available in the option/
        program whose first language is not English                   teaching subject/program track requested;
        are required to provide evidence of oral and              c. the score from the Personal Statement of
        written proficiency in English in one of two                  Experience; and
        ways:                                                     d. the score based on the academic average and
                                                                      number of prerequisites and/or recommended
        Applicants must either have studied full-time                 courses.
        for at least three full years (or the equivalent) at      The scores from “c” and “d” above have equal
        a university where the language of instruction            weight.
        and examination was in English, in a country
        where one of the official languages is English,        4. Only documentation requested by the Education
                                                                  Registrar is considered for admission. We will not
        or applicants must achieve a satisfactory                 read any unsolicited material or letters of reference;
        score on a comprehensive test of English                  unsolicited documents will be destroyed.
        facility in order to be eligible for admission
        consideration. The test must include reading,
                                                               Queen’s Teacher Education Admissions
        writing, listening and speaking components.
        Additional information about this requirement,         Policies
        including a list of acceptable test options and        A. Requirements/Recommendations* for
        minimum required scores, is available on our              Both Primary/Junior and Intermediate/
        website.                                                  Senior Applicants (i.e., All Applicants
                                                                  Except Those for the Technological
        Applicants who have attended a university                 Education and Aboriginal Teacher Education
        located outside of Canada or the United                   Community-Based Programs):
        States where the language of instruction and              1. Recommended to have a minimum “B” average
        examination was English must submit a letter                 based on the grading scheme of the issuing
        from the university verifying this.                          postsecondary institution.
                                                                  2. Recommended to have one half-year course in
B. June 30, 2011                                                     Developmental Psychology (or equivalent) or
   For   applicants   currently    completing     their              one full-year course in Introductory Psychology
   university degree and/or course prerequisites for                 (or equivalent).
   admission, final university transcript(s) indicating           3. Recommended to have completed a four-year
   that the degree has been granted and/or courses                   undergraduate degree (20 full-year courses).
   have been completed must be received by the                    * Recommended courses provide a broader
   Queen’s Education Registrar by June 30, 2011.                     subject knowledge that will be helpful with a
   For all applicants (except for those applying to                  teaching career.
   the Diploma in Education), acceptance into an
   Ontario Education program is confirmed only after                •	   Unless otherwise specified, throughout the
   the applicant has successfully completed their                        Admissions Policies, a “course” means a
   undergraduate degree.                                                 university-level or second-year CEGEP course.

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    •	   “One full-year course” means a full-year course        4. Each course taken in preparation for a teaching
         or its equivalent (e.g. two half-year courses).           subject may be used only once towards either
                                                                   teaching subject (i.e., “double counting” is not
B. Primary/Junior Requirements/                                    acceptable).
    Recommendations:
In addition to “A” (above), it is recommended that              5. A maximum of one full-year course will be accepted
Primary/Junior applicants complete a minimum of one                from outside the department of the teaching
half-year course in each of the following six discipline           subject.
areas. These six areas are incorporated in the content
and pedagogy of Ontario Primary/Junior curriculum:              Teaching Subject Requirements
•	 English
•	 Mathematics                                                  Biology
•	 Science                                                      Required:
•	 The	 Arts	 (visual	 arts,	 music,	 drama,	 film	 studies,	   •	 One	 full-year	 course	 that	 has	 a	 major	 laboratory	
    Shakespeare, children’s literature)                            component, from a university biology department.
•	 Geography	or	Canadian	History                                   Only one full-year course in each of biochemistry
•	 Health	and/or	Physical	Education                                and human biology will be accepted.
                                                                Recommended:
C. Intermediate/Senior (I/S) Requirements                                                                                      	
                                                                •	 Any	 or	 all	 of	 the	 following	 courses	 will	 be	 useful:	
Queen’s Teacher Education offers the following                     cell biology, ecology, genetics, microbiology, plant
teaching subjects (please identify the subject with                and animal (invertebrate and vertebrate – including
the code when applying on the OUAC/TEAS online                     human) biology.
application):
Computer Studies (422)                                          Chemistry
Dramatic Arts (135)                                             Required:
English (319)                                                   •	 One	full-year	course	in	introductory	chemistry,	and
French as a Second Language (325)                               •	 one	half-year	course	in	organic	chemistry.	
Geography (740)                                                 Only one full-year course in biochemistry will be
Health and Physical Education (860)                             accepted. Applicants with an undergraduate degree in
History (750)                                                   engineering must specify the chemistry content of each
Mathematics (652)                                               course and supply calendar descriptions.
Music – Instrumental (158)
Music – Vocal (159)                                             Computer Studies
Native Studies (200)                                            Computer science and computer engineering courses
Science – Biology (412)                                         from colleges will be considered if supplemented by
Science – Chemistry (420)                                       calendar descriptions. Other computer-related courses
Science – Physics (470)                                         will be considered, with calendar descriptions.
Visual Arts (190)
                                                                Dramatic Arts
1. Please refer to the Teaching Subject Course                  Required:
   Requirements (below) for the required and/                   •	 One	 full-year	 practical	 studio	 course	 (acting	 or	
   or recommended courses for teaching subjects                    directing), and
   offered in the Queen’s Teacher Education program.            •	 one	 half-year	 course	 in	 theatre	 history	 (which	
                                                                   may include any of the following components:
2. It is recommended that applicants have a minimum                performance in western and eastern theatre
   “B” average in the courses that meet the teaching               traditions from early classical eras to the end of the
   subject requirements.                                           19th century, a survey of production methods, and
                                                                   architecture).
3. Five full-year courses are required for the first            Recommended:
   teaching subject; three full-year courses are                •	 One	 half-year	 course	 in	 theatre	 production	 (which	
   required for the second teaching subject (four are              may include any of the following components:
   required if Music is the second teaching subject).              stage management, scenery design, costumes,
   Completing some of the teaching subject courses                 lighting and sound systems).
   from upper-year course offerings at the university
   level is recommended. Consideration for offers of            English
   admission may be given at the discretion of the              Required:
   Queen’s Education Registrar.                                 •	 One	 full-year	 course	 with	 Canadian	 content	 in	
                                                                   English literature or poetry, and


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•	  one	 full-year	 or	 a	 combination	 of	 two	 half-year	    Music (Instrumental or Vocal)
    courses in any of the following:                           Applicants may not select both Music – Instrumental
    •	 English	literature                                      and Music – Vocal as teaching subjects.
    •	 poetry                                                  Required:
    •	 creative	writing                                        •	 A	 minimum	 of	 one	 full-year	 university	 course	 in	
An acceptable equivalent for the full-year writing                 each of the following areas of music study:
course would be one full-year English course or                    •	 music	theory,	and
equivalent that includes an exploration of writing in              •	 music	history,	and
a variety of literary genres (e.g., poetry, drama, fiction         •	 applied	music,	and
and non-fictional prose).                                          •	 music	education.
                                                               The music history course may include musicology,
French                                                         ethnomusicology and/or popular music. The applied
Required:                                                      music course is equivalent to a Grade 8 Conservatory
•	 One	 full-year	 course	 with	 strong	 overall	 grammar	     certificate. Music Education courses may include courses
   review at a minimum second-year level, and                  in second instruments, conducting, music education
•	 one	full-year	comprehensive	literature	course,	and          methods and/or music technology.
•	 one	full-year	oral	communication	course.
                                                               Native Studies
Geography                                                      No additional course requirements.
Required:
•	 One	 half-year	 course	 in	 Canadian	 geography	            Physics
   (physical and/or human).                                    Required:
Recommended:                                                   •	 One	full-year,	first-year	introductory	physics,	and
•	 Courses	 in	 Canadian	 geography,	 economic	                •	 one	 half-year	 course	 in	 electricity	 &	 magnetism	
   geography,      geomatics    (GIS/GPS),   global                beyond first-year introductory physics.
   development, ecosystems/ecozones.                           Applicants with an undergraduate degree in
                                                               engineering must identify the physics content of each
Health and Physical Education                                  course, using mechanics, sound, optics, and electricity
Recommended:                                                   and magnetism as headings, supplemented by calendar
•	 Four	activity	courses.                                      descriptions, to indicate the physics content in any
                                                               course not labelled as Physics.
History
Required:                                                      Visual Arts
•	 One	full-year	survey	course	in	Canadian	history.            Required:
Recommended:                                                   •	 Two	 full-year	 courses	 in	 comprehensive	 studio	
•	 Two or more of the following courses central to the            practice (including drawing and painting), and
     History program taught in Ontario secondary schools:      •	 one	full-year	survey	course	in	art	history.
     •	 Modern	European	History                                Recommended:
     •	 American	History                                       •	 Studio	     practice	  in	   printmaking	    and/or	
     •	 Ancient	&	Medieval	History                                three-dimensional design.
     •	 World	Politics
Courses from a department other than history may               D. (Q14) Aboriginal Teacher Education
have sufficient history content to be counted toward               Community-Based Program (Primary/Junior)
full or partial course requirements.                               Requirements:
                                                               For details regarding the supplementary requirements
Mathematics                                                    for the Aboriginal Teacher Education Community-Based
Recommended                                                    Program, refer to the Teacher Education Admission
•	 Courses	 beyond	 those	 in	 the	 core	 calculus/analysis	   website.
    stream.
Applicants who took courses in departments other               E. Technological Education Program Option
than mathematics and statistics must specify the                  (Q80) Technological Education (Fall-Winter, BEd)
mathematics content in each course and supply                     (Q82) Technological Education (Fall-Winter, DipEd)
calendar descriptions. A related course may be                    (Q85) Technological Education (Internship, BEd)
considered (up to a maximum of one full-year course               (Q87) Technological Education (Internship, DipEd)
or equivalent) if the course has a math or statistics
course listed as an exclusion; in these cases, calendar        Queen’s Technological Education program option
descriptions listing the exclusion must be sent to the         offers two different delivery routes:
Education Registrar’s Office.                                  •	 a	fall-winter	program	delivery	(Q80/Q82);	and


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•	   an	internship	program	delivery	(Q85/87)	extending	    For details outlining the required supplementary
     over two summers, with some online courses            documentation for the Technological Education
     taken during the fall-winter while the candidate      program, refer to the Teacher Education Admission
     is teaching in a secondary school in her/his          website.
     broad-based technology area.
                                                           A paper original of all documents must be
Ontario faculties of Education do not necessarily offer    received by the Education Registrar’s Office by
all of the same broad-based technologies. Queen’s          the deadline.
Teacher Education offers the following broad-based
technologies:                                              Only completed applications will be assessed.
•	 Communications Technology
•	 Computer Technology                                     Applicants are welcome to apply to both program
•	 Construction Technology                                 delivery routes, but should rank their choices. Only one
•	 Green Industries                                        offer will be made. The Queen’s Education Registrar will
•	 Hairstyling and Aesthetics*                             make every attempt to make an offer of admission for
•	 Health Care                                             the applicant’s first preference. The Education Registrar
•	 The Hospitality portion of Hospitality and Tourism      will consider an applicant’s request to change to their
    Technology                                             other choice only if spaces are available in that other
•	 Manufacturing Technology                                program route. No further changes will be considered
•	 Technological Design                                    once the summer internship program begins.
•	 Transportation Technology*
                                                           Applicants entering without an undergraduate degree
* Programs marked with an asterisk are regulated           who complete Technological Education are awarded
trades, meaning that applicants must hold a certificate    a Diploma in Education (DipEd). Those entering with
of qualification in their trade.                           an undergraduate degree who complete the program
                                                           option are awarded a Bachelor of Education degree
Minimum Admission Requirements for                         (BEd). Holders of the Diploma in Education who later
Technological Education:                                   submit to the Education Registrar proof of having been
•	 Five years of wage-earning experience, including        granted an acceptable degree (e.g., by submission
   business or industrial experience, where the            of a university transcript indicating that the degree
   applicant used skills and knowledge in the area         has been conferred) will be awarded a Bachelor of
   of Technological Education selected for his or her      Education degree. In order for the undergraduate
   broad-based technology, or                              degree to be considered in this process, it must not
•	 at	 least	 two years of wage-earning experience         include transfer credits that were counted toward the
   and successful completion of a postsecondary            program requirements for the DipEd.
   education program in the area of Technological
   Education selected for the applicant’s broad-based      Program Tracks for both P/J and I/S
   technology. The postsecondary program must
   include a minimum of six semesters of academic          Program Options
   studies where the experience and education used         Queen’s Teacher Education offers three program tracks
   the applicant’s skills and knowledge in his or her      as focus programs within the normal Primary/Junior or
   broad-based technology, or                              Intermediate/Senior program options. They are:
•	 a	 combination	 of	 wage-earning	 experience	 and	      1. Aboriginal Teacher Education (ATE)
   education that totals five years, of which at least     2. Artist in the Community Education (ACE), and
   two years must be wage-earning experience in            3. Outdoor and Experiential Education (OEE).
   the applicant’s broad-based technology and at least     The admission requirements for each are described
   four months in this two years must be continuous.       below.

Wage-earning experience must be in the area(s) of          1. Aboriginal Teacher Education (ATE)
Technological Education that applicants choose in             Program Track
their teacher education program. Applicants cannot            (Q12) Aboriginal Teacher Education
use teaching experience to count toward their                       Primary/Junior, ATE (P/J)
wage-earning experience.                                      (Q32) Aboriginal Teacher Education
                                                                    Intermediate/Senior, ATE (I/S)
Potential applicants are strongly advised to consult the
website to learn about the different program delivery      For general information about required and
routes.                                                    recommended courses, refer to Q10 Primary/Junior or
                                                           Q30 Intermediate/Senior, as appropriate.


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For details about the supplementary requirements for
the Aboriginal Teacher Education program track, refer
to the Teacher Education Admission website.

2. Artist in the Community Education (ACE)
   Program Track
   (Q15) Artist in the Community Education
           Primary/Junior, ACE (P/J)
   (Q35) Artist in the Community Education
           Intermediate/Senior, ACE (I/S)

For general information about required and
recommended courses, refer to Q10 Primary/Junior or
Q30 Intermediate/Senior, as appropriate.

For details about the supplementary requirements for
the Artist in Community Education program track, refer
to the Teacher Education Admission website.

Artist in Community Education Intermediate/Senior
applicants should select their first teaching subject
from one of:
•	 Dramatic	Arts	(135)
•	 English	(319)
•	 Music	–	Instrumental	(158)	or Music – Vocal (159)
•	 Visual	Arts	(190)
Applicants may select their second teaching
subject from any of those offered by Queen’s.

3. Outdoor and Experiential Education (OEE)
   Program Track
   (Q18) Outdoor & Experiential Education
         Primary/Junior, OEE (P/J)
   (Q38) Outdoor & Experiential Education
         Intermediate/Senior, OEE (I/S)

For general information about required and
recommended courses, refer to Q10 Primary/Junior or
Q30 Intermediate/Senior, as appropriate.

For details about the supplementary requirements for
the Outdoor and Experiential Education program track,
refer to the Teacher Education Admission website.

The Ontario College of Teachers sets their own
document and assessment requirements and policies,
which may be different from the requirements noted in
this policy. Completion of the BEd degree requirements
does not guarantee a teaching certificate. All graduates
who apply to the Ontario College of Teachers
must meet all their requirements. Current licensing
requirements may be found on the web at www.oct.ca.




44                                                   TEAS 2011   Last revised: November 9, 2010
University of Toronto                                      be processed without the fee. Please refer to the
                                                           “Explanation of Fee Structure” section in this booklet,
                                                           and check the deadlines below.

OISE | Ontario Institute for Studies in Education          Deadlines
Registrar’s Office
Initial Teacher Education Admissions Unit                  December 1, 2010
252 Bloor Street West, Room 4-455                          TEAS applications must be received by the OUAC in
Toronto ON M5S 1V6                                         Guelph.

Telephone:                              416-978-1848       December 1, 2010
Email:                  admissions@oise.utoronto.ca        The delivery of transcripts ordered using the TEAS
Website:             www.oise.utoronto.ca/admissions/      Transcript Request Form (TRF) will be coordinated
                                                           by the OUAC. All other official transcripts should be
Program Codes                                              submitted directly by the applicant’s university and
T10   Primary/Junior                                       must be received by the OISE Registrar’s Office, Initial
T20   Junior/Intermediate                                  Teacher Education Programs. Do not send these
T30   Intermediate/Senior                                  transcripts to the OUAC in Guelph.
T80   Technological Education
T85   Technological Education                              T80 and T85 Applicants: In addition to their university
      (Apprenticeship Program)                             transcripts (where applicable), Technological Education
                                                           applicants must also have their secondary school and
Note: T10, T20, T30 and T80 Initial Teacher Education      college transcripts (where applicable) sent directly to
Programs extend to the end of May. T85 has a different     OISE by this deadline.
schedule, which includes summer-based study. Consult
detailed information in the OISE Technological             December 1, 2010
Education Application Handbook.                            T10, T20, and T30 applicants: The complete OISE
                                                           Applicant Profile must be received by the OISE
For Initial Teacher Education Master’s Degree programs,    Registrar’s Office, Initial Teacher Education Programs.
please contact our Graduate Admissions Unit                Applications without an Applicant Profile will be
by telephone at 416-978-1682, by email at                  deemed incomplete.
gradstudy@oise.utoronto.ca or visit the website at:
www.oise.utoronto.ca/ro/.                                  December 1, 2010
                                                           T80 and T85 applicants: The OISE Technological
T10, T20 and T30 applicants must access the                Education Profile must be received by the OISE
Applicant Profile form via the OUAC or OISE                Registrar’s Office, Initial Teacher Education programs.
website. The Applicant Profile is available only           Applications without a Technological Education Profile
as an online document and can be submitted only            will be deemed incomplete.
as an online document. T80 and T85 applicants
must access the Technological Education Profile            December 8, 2010
from the OUAC or from the OISE website. The                Fees payments must be received by the OUAC in order
Technological Education Profile is available only          for your application to be processed.
as an online document. Documents in support of
applications are not carried forward from year to year.    April 1, 2011
New documents must be submitted each year. Faxed           Offers of admission are mailed to applicants.
copies of documents are not acceptable.
                                                           April 3, 2011
Note: All credentials submitted in support of an           Accepted candidates may begin responding to the
application for admission become and remain the            offer of admission via the OUAC 2011 TEAS online
property of the university and are subject to the Policy   application. Please note that the response process
on Access to Official Student Academic Records.            involves several steps. Accepted candidates will receive
                                                           an OUAC/TEAS Confirmation Number after successfully
A supplementary $100 non-refundable faculty service        submitting a response to their offer of admission.
fee, in addition to the TEAS application service fee, is
required of all applicants. This fee is collected by the   Applicants are advised that OISE will strictly
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre on behalf         adhere to the published deadlines.
of the University of Toronto. The application will not



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Selection of Applicants                                      applicants who have not demonstrated an acceptable
                                                             level of proficiency in oral and written English will not
OISE is strongly committed to social justice in everything   be evaluated.
it does. This means that we are committed to the just
treatment of each individual member of our community         Proficiency Tests in French and
and the communities we serve. It also means that we          International Languages
are especially vigilant to ensure that differences are not   All applicants to the OISE Consecutive Bachelor of
treated in ways that produce direct or indirect forms        Education Program who select French and/or an
of discrimination. Our commitment to social justice          International Language (German, Italian or Spanish) as
also means that those with whom we work and live             teaching subjects must demonstrate oral and written
who experience individual or systemic discrimination,        proficiency in the target language at the time of
for whatever reason, are provided with the means to          application. Please refer to the Proficiency Tests in
overcome social and physical disadvantages, to the best      French and International Languages information
of our ability. It should be understood that equitable       included in the OISE Initial Teacher Education Programs
treatment sometimes involves similar treatment and at        Application Handbook for full details. This requirement
other times involves differential treatment in order to      is part of the prerequisite for each of these teaching
bring about an equality of results.                          subjects. Applicants who fail to demonstrate
                                                             proficiency in the target language will be deemed to
Thus, in keeping with the Policies and Principles            have NOT satisfied the prerequisite for the French and/
for Admission to the University of Toronto, OISE is          or International Language (German, Italian or Spanish)
dedicated to admitting qualified applicants who reflect      teaching subject even if they have the required number
the ethnic, cultural and social diversity of Metropolitan    of academic courses.
Toronto, Ontario and Ontario schools. Applications
are encouraged from visible minority group members,          Program Selection
persons with disabilities, women in non-traditional          Applicants may select only one of T10, T20 or T30 plus
subject areas (e.g., I/S Physics), Aboriginal persons, and   only one of T80 or T85 at OISE.
native speakers of French. Enrolment in the OISE Initial
Teacher Education programs is limited.                       Note: After the December 1, 2010, application
                                                             deadline, applicants will not be permitted to change
Selection is based on academic background (i.e., number      divisions or teaching subjects.
of years of university study, academic standing and
specific fields of study) and the Admission Committee’s      Prerequisites for Teaching Subjects
evaluation of the applicant’s background and
experience. To be eligible for consideration, applicants     T10 Primary/Junior
must hold an approved degree from an accredited              Applicants do not choose teaching subjects; therefore,
degree-granting institution, conferred not later than        there are no prerequisites for this division.
the fall convocation in the year of registration at
OISE. Applicants are advised to hold, or be in the final     T20 Junior/Intermediate
year of, a four-year degree with at least a “B” range        Teaching Subjects:
average in 15 full course equivalents. Applicants with a     Dramatic Arts (135)
three-year degree completed at the time of application       English (319)
will be considered, but are at a significant competitive     French as a Second Language (325)
disadvantage. Profiles of applicants who have a              Geography (740)
“C” range academic average, as well as those                 Health and Physical Education (860)
who have completed fewer than 15 full course                 History (750)
equivalents at the time of application will not be           Mathematics (652)
evaluated, nor will those applicants be offered              Music – Instrumental (158)
admission. The requirements for the Technological            Music – Vocal (159)
Education Program are different and are listed under         Science – General (430)
T80 and T85 below and in the Technological Education         Visual Arts (190)
Profile and Information Handbook.
                                                             Applicants must choose only one teaching subject.
English Language Proficiency                                 Science applicants should note that only Science –
An acceptable level of proficiency in oral and written       General is offered at OISE. Note the prerequisites
English is required of all applicants. Please refer to the   for the teaching subjects listed below. The
English Language Proficiency information included            prerequisite for all other teaching subjects is
in the OISE Initial Teacher Education Programs               three full-year university courses in the subject
Application Handbook for full details. Profiles of           area.


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Dramatic Arts: No prerequisites required.                   only select either Music – Instrumental or Music – Vocal
French as a Second Language: Five full-year                 (not both), plus a second teaching subject. Note the
university courses, as well as written and spoken           prerequisites for the teaching subjects listed
proficiency in French. (See note above.)                    below. The prerequisite for all other teaching
Health and Physical Education: No prerequisites             subjects is three full-year university courses in
required.                                                   the subject area.
Music – Instrumental: Three full-year university
courses in instrumental music. Consideration will be        Business Studies – Accounting: Three full-year
given to equivalent field experience and/or related         university courses in business subjects with a minimum
postsecondary education.                                    of one full course in accounting. Consideration will
Music – Vocal: Three full-year university courses in        be given to equivalent field experience and/or related
vocal music. Consideration will be given to equivalent      postsecondary education.
field experience and/or related postsecondary               Business Studies – General: Three full-year university
education.                                                  courses in business subjects. Consideration will be
Visual Arts: Three full-year university courses in visual   given to equivalent field experience and/or related
arts. Candidates must have studio-oriented experience.      postsecondary education.
Consideration will be given to equivalent field             Business Studies – Information and Communication
experience and/or related postsecondary education.          Technology: Three full-year university courses in
                                                            business subjects, with a minimum of one full course
T30 Intermediate/Senior                                     in information and communication technology.
Teaching Subjects:                                          Consideration will be given to equivalent field experience
Business Studies – Accounting (001)                         and/or related postsecondary education.
Business Studies – General (044)                            Computer Studies: Three full-year university courses
Business Studies – Information and Communication            in computing. Consideration will be given to equivalent
                    Technology (046)                        field experience and/or related postsecondary
Computer Studies (422)                                      education.
Dramatic Arts (135)                                         Dramatic Arts: Three full-year university courses in
Economics (050)                                             drama. Consideration will be given to equivalent field
English (319)                                               experience and/or related postsecondary education.
Family Studies (230)                                        French as a Second Language: Five full-year
French as a Second Language (325)                           university courses, as well as written and spoken
Geography (740)                                             proficiency in French. (See note above.)
Health and Physical Education (860)                         Health and Physical Education: Three full-year
History (750)                                               university courses in health and physical education.
International Languages – German (330)                      Consideration will be given to equivalent field
International Languages – Italian (340)                     experience and/or related postsecondary education.
International Languages – Spanish (375)                     International Languages – German: Five full-year
Mathematics (652)                                           university courses, as well as written and spoken
Music – Instrumental (158)                                  proficiency in German. (See note above.)
Music – Vocal (159)                                         International Languages – Italian: Five full-year
Philosophy (755)                                            university courses, as well as written and spoken
Politics (760)                                              proficiency in Italian. (See note above.)
Religious Education (218)                                   International Languages – Spanish: Five full-year
Science – Biology (412)                                     university courses, as well as written and spoken
Science – Chemistry (420)                                   proficiency in Spanish. (See note above.)
Science – General (430)                                     Music – Instrumental: Three full-year university
Science – Physics (470)                                     courses in instrumental music. Consideration will also
Social Sciences – General (165)                             be given to equivalent field experience and/or related
Visual Arts (190)                                           postsecondary education.
                                                            Music – Vocal: Three full-year university courses
Applicants are required to choose two teaching              in vocal music. Consideration will also be given
subjects. Science applicants who select two science         to equivalent field experience and/or related
teaching subjects must have a minimum of eight full         postsecondary education.
courses in the sciences and these must include the          Religious Education: Five full-year university courses
prerequisite courses for each of the selected science       in theology or religious studies.
teaching subjects. International Languages applicants       Science – Biology: Five full-year university courses in
may only select one of German or Italian or Spanish,        science with a minimum of four full courses in biology.
plus a second teaching subject. Music applicants may


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Science – Chemistry: Five full-year university courses            Education in a trade or profession related to
in science with a minimum of four full courses in                 the selected Technological Education area.
chemistry.                                                        Achievement in that program must be sufficient
Science – General: Five full-year university courses              to demonstrate competence in the selected
in science with a minimum of one full course each in              Technological Education area at both the Grade 9
biology, chemistry and physics.                                   and 10 levels and related Grade 11 and 12 levels.
Science – Physics: Five full-year university courses in
science with a minimum of four full courses in physics.     4. Skilled Wage-Earning Experience:
Social Sciences – General: Three full-year courses in          One of:
psychology, sociology or anthropology.                         •	 Five years full-time work experience
Visual Arts: Three full-year university courses in visual          in an OISE-listed trade/profession after
arts. Candidates must have studio-oriented experience.             successful completion of a related Certificate
Consideration will also be given to equivalent field               of Qualification. This skilled wage-earning
experience and/or related postsecondary education.                 experience must include a period of at least 16
                                                                   months of continuous employment.
T80 and T85 Technological Education                                or
Applicants are required to select one of the following         •	 Three years full-time work experience in
“broad-based technology” (BBT) teaching subjects:                  an OISE-listed trade/profession after successful
•	 Communications	Technology                                       completion of a related two-year diploma
•	 Computer	Technology                                             program. This skilled wage-earning experience
•	 Construction	Technology                                         must include a period of at least 16 months of
•	 Green	Industries                                                continuous employment.
•	 Hairstyling	and	Aesthetics                                      or
•	 Health	Care                                                 •	 Two years work experience in an OISE-listed
•	 Hospitality	and	Tourism                                         trade/profession after successful completion of
•	 Manufacturing	Technology                                        a related three- or four-year diploma/degree
•	 Technological	Design                                            program. This skilled wage-earning experience
•	 Transportation	Technology                                       must include a period of at least 16 months of
                                                                   continuous employment.
The OISE Technological Education Application
Handbook includes a list of related trades and              5. Background Related to Teaching:
professions for each BBT teaching subject and also             Applicants must receive a “Pass” in each part of
indicates whether a diploma/degree or a Certificate of         the Applicant Profile Section of the Technological
Qualification is required. Trades/professions not listed       Education Profile in order to be considered for
cannot be accommodated. The Handbook also includes             admission.
important information about documenting formal
technical education, proof of competence and skilled              Applicants to the Technological Education
wage-earning experience.                                          Program must remember to submit the
                                                                  Technological Education Profile to the OISE
Applicants’ qualifications for admission will be assessed         Registrar’s Office, Initial Teacher Education
in relation to their selected Technological Education             Admission Unit, by the December 1, 2010,
area.                                                             application deadline.

Applicants must submit a completed Technological
Education Profile and must satisfy each of the following
requirements:

1. Basic Academic Requirement:
   Ontario secondary school diploma, or its equivalent.

2. English Language Proficiency:
   An acceptable level of proficiency in oral and
   written English as described in the OISE Teacher
   Education English Language Proficiency Policy.

3. Formal Technical Education and Proof of
   Competence:
   Completion of a program of formal Technical


48                                                    TEAS 2011                      Last revised: November 9, 2010
Trent University                                            their choices in the order in which they would like to
                                                            be considered, as successful applicants will be offered
                                                            admission to one program selection only. Applicants
                                                            who have applied for more than one program
Education Admissions                                        option do not need to send more than one copy
Office of the Registrar                                     of required documents.
Trent University
1600 West Bank Drive                                        Transcripts
Peterborough ON K9J 7B8                                     Official transcripts from every university attended
                                                            must be submitted to Education Admissions, Office
Telephone:                     705-748-1011, ext. 7737      of the Registrar, Trent University, no later than
Email:                           education@trentu.ca        December 1, 2010. Students who have attended
Website:                          www.trentu.ca/BEd/        universities on a letter of permission or international
                                                            exchange must provide an official transcript from
Program Codes                                               the institution attended. Unofficial copies will not be
R10   Primary/Junior – Full-time                            accepted.
R30   Intermediate/Senior – Full-time
R11   Primary/Junior – Part-time                            Applicants currently registered at Trent University, or
                                                            who have graduated from Trent University, are not
                                                            required to submit transcripts but should arrange to
Admission Criteria                                          send transcripts for all university courses completed at
Selection of applicants is based upon an equal              any other university they have attended.
weighting of academic achievement and related
experience. Fulfillment of the minimum requirements         Official transcripts from Ontario universities must
does not guarantee admission.                               be ordered via the OUAC by completing the TEAS
                                                            Transcript Request Form (TRF) by December 1, 2010.
A minimum average of 70 percent on the last 10
full-year university courses (last 20 semester courses or   Do not send transcripts for         secondary    school,
equivalent) completed prior to the application deadline     community college or CEGEP.
is required for all programs. Academic qualifications of
applicants (including those completing the final year       Profile of Experience
of their undergraduate degree) will be assessed as          All applicants are required to submit a Profile of
of December 1, 2010. Courses in progress will not be        Experience to Education Admissions, Office of the
considered towards the academic average calculation.        Registrar, Trent University, by December 1, 2010.
                                                            Profile of Experience packages will not be
Applicants who do not have 10 full-year university          mailed to applicants but will be available online at
courses completed by December 1, 2010, will not be          www.trentu.ca/BEd/ or through the TEAS application
considered. Transfer credits received for community         site, www.ouac.on.ca/teas/, by mid-September. Signed,
college,    International    Baccalaureate,   Advanced      original copies of the Profile of Experience and letters
Placement and CEGEP courses, as well as graduate-level      of reference must be provided. Faxed, photocopied
university courses, will not be considered in admission     and electronic copies will not be accepted.
average calculation.
                                                            Proficiency in English
All applicants must complete their undergraduate            English is the normal language of instruction and
degree and program prerequisite courses at                  communication at Trent University. All applicants are
an    accredited    degree-granting    institution  by      required to meet one of the following criteria:
April 29, 2011. All applicants must also provide
confirmation of completion of degree requirements           1. Their mother tongue or first language is English.
as well as completion of courses counted towards            2. They have studied full-time for at least three years
teaching subjects (Intermediate/Senior applicants only)        in a university, where the language of instruction
by July 4, 2011. The degree must be conferred no later         and examination was English and that was located
than spring 2011 convocation. Applicants who have              in a country where the first language is English.
completed four-year honours or graduate degrees will        3. They have achieved the required level of proficiency
be given preference. Mature students must meet the             on one of the following English language tests:
same admissions requirements as all applicants.                •	 Test	of	English	as	a	Foreign	Language	(TOEFL)
                                                               •	 International	English	Language	Testing	Services	
Applicants who have listed more than one program                   (IELTS)
choice on their application are expected to prioritize         •	 Michigan	English	Language	Assessment	Battery	
                                                                   (MELAB)

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     •	   Canadian	 (Carleton)	 English	 Language	 Test	    All applicants are required to have five full-year course
          (CAEL)                                            equivalents for their first teaching subject and three
                                                            full-year course equivalents for their second, excluding
Trent University reserves the right to require English      French as a Second Language, which requires five
language tests, upgrading or withdrawal from the            full-year course equivalents as a first teaching subject
program if candidates do not meet the expected level        and four full-year course equivalents as a second
of proficiency. For more detailed information about         teaching subject.
the required scores for each of the tests above, please
consult our website at www.trentu.ca/BEd/.                  Preference will be granted to students applying
                                                            to History with one full credit in Canadian history.
Equity Admission                                            Preference will be granted to students applying to
Trent University is committed to social justice and         Computer Studies with one full credit in computer
encourages applications from persons traditionally          programming.
under-represented in the teaching profession.
Applicants who are Aboriginal peoples, persons of a         All applicants are required to provide the course
visible minority and/or persons with a disability may       codes and names of the courses to be used toward
apply for an equity admission place in the Education        their teaching subjects and the corresponding
Program. The Equity Admissions form is available            course descriptions from the academic calendar by
for download as part of the Profile of Experience           December 1, 2010. Assessment of course eligibility
package available on our website or through the             will not be conducted prior to application. Applicants
TEAS application site, www.ouac.on.ca/teas/, and            concerned about the eligibility of particular courses
must be submitted to Education Admissions, Office of        towards teaching subject requirements prior to
the Registrar, Trent University, by December 1, 2010.       application are encouraged to visit our website for
Please refer to the Equity Admissions form for further      further information about course eligibility. Students
information.                                                who have taken courses at Trent University do not need
                                                            to provide course descriptions, but must still complete
Primary/Junior Stream                                       the course listings page.
Preference will be given to applicants who have
courses in the main curriculum areas of English, social     Courses to be used toward teaching subjects must
studies (Canadian geography and history), visual            be completed by April 29, 2011. Official transcripts
arts, drama, music, mathematics, science, computer          showing completion of courses must be provided by
studies and French. Applicants are required to              July 4, 2011. Transfer credits received for community
provide the course codes and names of the courses           college,   International   Baccalaureate,    Advanced
to be used in consideration for these subject areas by      Placement and CEGEP courses cannot be used toward
December 1, 2010. Please note that secondary school         teaching subjects.
and college courses will not be considered.
                                                            Deadlines
Intermediate/Senior Stream
Teaching Subjects:                                          The following must be submitted to the OUAC by
Computer Studies (422)                                      December 1, 2010:
Dramatic Arts (135)                                         •	 Application
English (319)                                               •	 TEAS	TRF	for	Ontario	universities
French as a Second Language (325)
Geography (740)                                             The following must be submitted to the OUAC by
Health and Physical Education (860)                         December 8, 2010:
History (750)                                               •	 Application	fee
Mathematics (652)                                           •	 Non-refundable	supplementary	fee	of	$65
Native Studies (200)                                        •	 TRF	fees
Science – Biology (412)
Science – Chemistry (420)                                   The following must be submitted to Education
Science – Physics (470)                                     Admissions, Office of the Registrar, Trent
Visual Arts (190)                                           University, on or before December 1, 2010:
                                                            •	 Official	 transcripts	 (including	 certified	 translations	
Please be advised that classes may not be offered in all       if necessary for out-of-province or out-of-country
teaching subjects if there is an insufficient number of        institutions)
qualified applicants. Trent University reserves the right   •	 Profile	of	Experience
to cancel a Teachable subject at any point.                 •	 Curriculum-related	 course	 listing	 (Primary/Junior	
                                                               applicants)


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•	   Teaching	Subject	course	listing	and	documentation	
     (Intermediate/Senior applicants)
•	   Equity	 Admission	 Form	 and	 documentation	 (if	
     applicable)
•	   Official	English	Language	test	results	(if	applicable)

Applications will be considered incomplete and will
not be processed if all documentation and fees are not
received by the official deadlines.

Please note that supporting documentation is not
retained from applications received in previous years.
Previous applicants must forward new documentation
each year.

Faxed, photocopied or electronic copies of documents
including transcripts, Profiles of Experience, letters of
reference, Equity Admissions forms or English language
testing results will not be accepted.

If you require verification of receipt of documents
we encourage you to use registered mail or courier
services. All documents submitted become the property
of Trent University and will not be returned.

Applicants who have applied to more than one
program option do not need to send more than
one copy of required documents.




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University of                                              10 full-year or best 20 half-year courses completed.
                                                           Preference will be given to students with four-year
                                                           honours degrees. Each candidate must have received
Ontario Institute of                                       the required undergraduate degree by July 1, 2011.

Technology (UOIT)                                          Because Primary/Junior teachers deal with a wide range
                                                           of subject areas, it is desirable that applicants have a
                                                           broad academic background. In assessing the academic
                                                           breadth of Primary/Junior applicants, the Faculty of
UOIT Faculty of Education                                  Education gives preference to candidates who have one
2000 Simcoe Street North                                   or more three-credit hour undergraduate or graduate
Oshawa ON L1H 7K4                                          courses in the subject groupings listed below:
                                                           •	 English/linguistics/languages
Telephone:                              905-721-3181       •	 Mathematics/statistics
Fax:                                    905-721-1707       •	 Physical	sciences/life	sciences
Email:                   faculty-of-education@uoit.ca      •	 Visual	arts/music/drama
Website:                       www.education.uoit.ca       •	 Social	sciences/humanities
Program Codes                                              Clearly, very few applicants will have coursework in
D10   Primary/Junior                                       all of the above areas; however, we consider that the
D30   Intermediate/Senior                                  more areas an applicant has covered, the stronger the
                                                           application.
Note: Students accepted to UOIT’s consecutive
education programs should be prepared for an               A complete application includes:
early semester start. The projected start date is
August 15, 2011.                                           1. Official Transcripts:
                                                              Applicants must ensure that any courses in progress
D10 Primary/Junior                                            are listed on the TEAS application, especially when
                                                              appropriate prerequisites do not appear on the
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)      official transcripts.
offers a one-year consecutive Bachelor of Education
degree program focused on teaching at the Grade                  Applicants Educated Within Canada and the
K–6 level. The program places emphasis on preparing              United States
elementary school teacher candidates who are strong              Applicants must arrange to send official transcripts
in the areas of science, mathematics and technology,             from all postsecondary institutions they have
and who are skilled in the use of technologies.                  attended. Transcripts from Ontario universities
                                                                 must be ordered by completing the TEAS
UOIT’s program is fully web-enabled, with every                  Transcript Request Form (TRF) and submitting it
teacher candidate having a laptop computer and                   to the OUAC along with the appropriate fees and
wireless access to the internet. Educational technology          the TEAS application. Transcripts from all other
will be thoroughly integrated into the teaching and              postsecondary institutions should be sent directly
learning process.                                                from those institutions to the Faculty of Education
                                                                 at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Teacher candidates will become comfortable and                   (downtown campus).
confident with this tool for course design and delivery,
communication with peers, colleagues and faculty,                Applicants Educated Outside Canada and the
and as a method of supporting their own life-long                United States
professional development.                                        Applicants with foreign academic documents
                                                                 from outside of Canada and the United States
Admission Requirements                                           must submit original documentation. For further
Selection of candidates is based on the following                information about submitting your foreign
combination of academic criteria, experience and                 academic documents, please visit www.uoit.ca/
references:                                                      consecutive_education/.
Applicants will hold an undergraduate degree from a        2. Supplementary Application:
recognized university, with a minimum overall academic        UOIT requires supplementary information from
average of 70 percent (“B-” or 2.7 GPA) in their best         Primary/Junior applicants, including a personal
                                                              profile and letters of reference.


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   Personal Profile                                       minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
   Applicants are required to provide a written           Acceptance is based on the number and calibre of
   statement of interest and background that              applications received in a given year. All successful
   demonstrates      that    they   have    reasonable    applicants will be required to present a clear tuberculin
   expectations of the teaching profession. The profile   (TB) test and criminal record check upon registration.
   enables each candidate to explain what preparation,    Any cost associated with the medical test or criminal
   beyond the courses taken during undergraduate          record check are the responsibility of the applicant.
   study, he or she has made for a career in education.
   Details are available at www.education.uoit.ca.        D30 Intermediate/Senior
   Letters of Reference                                   Teaching Subjects:
   UOIT requires specific letters of reference for each   Computer Studies (422)
   applicant. Details are available at:                   English (319)
   www.education.uoit.ca.                                 Geography (740)
                                                          Health and Physical Education (860)
UOIT’s supplementary application can be downloaded        History (750)
from www.ouac.on.ca/teas/ or www.education.uoit.ca.       Mathematics (652)
It is the applicant’s responsibility to obtain these      Science – Biology (412)
forms and submit them by December 1, 2010, to the         Science – Chemistry (420)
Admissions Office, UOIT, 2000 Simcoe St. N, Oshawa ON     Science – General (430)
L1H 7K4.                                                  Science – Physics (470)
                                                          Visual Arts (190)
3. Evidence of Oral and Written Proficiency in
   English:                                               The University of Ontario Institute of Technology
   Each applicant is required to give evidence of         (UOIT) offers the Bachelor of Education consecutive
   his or her oral and written proficiency in English.    degree for candidates who wish to teach at the
   This requirement can be satisfied with one of the      Grade 7–12 level. Although the focus of the program
   following criteria:                                    is at the Intermediate/Senior level, teacher candidates
                                                          will explore principles of learning and development
   a. Your mother tongue or first language is English;    related to all age groups. UOIT’s program is fully web-
   b. you have studied full-time for at least three       enabled, with every teacher candidate having a laptop
      years (or equivalent in part-time studies) or at    computer and wireless access to the internet. Students
      least six semesters (studying no less than three    will learn through co-operative and case-based learning
      courses per semester) in a university where the     methods, as well as extensive practical experiences
      language of instruction and examination was         including a minimum of 60 teaching days in Ontario
      English. If this applies to you, please provide     classrooms with the opportunity for an additional
      verification from your school that the language     internship in a classroom or alternative setting in the
      of instruction and examination was English.         month of May. Two teaching subjects must be chosen
      Note: The minimum three-year requirement            from: biology, chemistry, computer studies, dramatic
      does not include time enrolled in ESL courses;      arts, English, geography, health and physical education,
      or                                                  history, physics, general science, mathematics, and
   c. you have achieved the required proficiency on       visual arts.
      one of the tests in English language acceptable
      to the University of Ontario Institute of           Admission Requirements
      Technology. Please visit www.uoit.ca/english/       Selection of candidates is based on the following
      for a list of acceptable English language           combination of academic criteria, experience and
      proficiency tests and scores.                       references:

Interview                                                 Applicants will hold an undergraduate degree from a
The selection committee reserves the right to interview   recognized university, with a minimum overall academic
applicants, as they deem necessary. The applicants who    average of 70 percent (“B-” or 2.7 GPA) in their best
are selected for interviews will be contacted directly.   10 full-year or best 20 half-year courses completed.
Interviews will not be granted upon request. Interviews   Preference will be given to students with four-year
will be held on Friday February 11, Saturday February     honours degrees. Each candidate must have received
12, and Sunday February 13, 2011.                         the required undergraduate degree by July 1, 2011.

Note: Enrolment in the Primary/Junior program             •		 Applicants	 must	 have	 completed	 a	 minimum	 of	 30	
is competitive. Consequently, possession of the               credit hours in university courses (equivalent to five


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    full courses, or 10 one-semester courses) in a first          Letters of Reference
    teaching subject and 18 credit hours (equivalent to           UOIT requires specific letters of reference
    three full courses or six one-semester courses) in a          for each applicant. Details are available at
    second teaching subject.                                      www.education.uoit.ca.
•		 A minimum 70 percent (“B-” or 2.7 GPA) overall
    average in the best 10 full-year or best 20 half-year   UOIT’s supplementary application can be downloaded
    courses completed is required with a minimum            from www.ouac.on.ca/teas/ or www.education.uoit.ca.
    70 percent (“B-” or 2.7 GPA) average in courses         It is the applicant’s responsibility to obtain these forms
    applicable to each teaching subject.                    and submit them by December 1, 2010, to the Faculty
                                                            of Education, UOIT, 2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa
A complete application includes:                            ON L1H 7K4.

1. Official Transcripts:                                    3. Evidence of Oral and Written Proficiency
   Applicants must ensure that any courses in progress         in English
   are listed on the TEAS application, especially when         Each applicant is required to give evidence of
   appropriate prerequisites do not appear on the              his or her oral and written proficiency in English.
   official transcripts.                                       This requirement can be satisfied with one of the
                                                               following criteria:
     Applicants Educated Within Canada and the
     United States                                                a. Your mother tongue or first language is English;
     Applicants must arrange to send official transcripts         b. you have studied full-time for at least three
     from all postsecondary institutions they have                   years (or equivalent in part-time studies) or at
     attended. Transcripts from Ontario universities                 least six semesters (studying no less than three
     must be ordered by completing the TEAS                          courses per semester) in a university where the
     Transcript Request Form (TRF) and submitting it                 language of instruction and examination was
     to the OUAC along with the appropriate fees and                 English. If this applies to you, please provide
     the TEAS application. Transcripts from all other                verification from your school that the language
     postsecondary institutions should be sent directly              of instruction and examination was English.
     from those institutions to the Faculty of Education             Note: The minimum three-year requirement
     at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology            does not include time enrolled in ESL courses;
     (downtown campus).                                              or
                                                                  c. you have achieved the required proficiency on
     Applicants Educated Outside Canada and the                      one of the tests in English language acceptable
     United States                                                   to the University of Ontario Institute of
     Applicants with foreign academic documents                      Technology. Please visit www.uoit.ca/english/
     from outside of Canada and the United States                    for a list of acceptable English language
     must submit original documentation. For further                 proficiency tests and scores.
     information about submitting your foreign
     academic documents, please visit www.uoit.ca/          Interview
     consecutive_education/.                                The selection committee reserves the right to interview
                                                            applicants, as they deem necessary. The applicants
2. Supplementary Application:                               who are selected for interviews will be contacted
   UOIT requires supplementary information from             directly. Interviews will not be granted upon request.
   Intermediate/Senior     applicants,    including a       Interviews will be held on Friday February 11, Saturday
   personal profile and letters of reference.               February 12, and Sunday February 13, 2011.

     Personal Profile                                       Note: Enrolment in the Intermediate/Senior program
     Applicants are required to provide a written           is competitive. Consequently, possession of the
     statement of interest and background that              minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
     demonstrates    that   they   have  reasonable         Acceptance is based on the number and calibre of
     expectations of the teaching profession. The           applications received in a given year. All successful
     profile enables each candidate to explain what         applicants will be required to present a clear tuberculin
     preparation, beyond the courses taken during           (TB) test and criminal record check upon registration.
     undergraduate study, he or she has made for            Any cost associated with the medical test or criminal
     a career in education. Details are available at        record check are the responsibility of the applicant.
     www.education.uoit.ca.




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Reminder to All Applicants                                    Applicants with disabilities who meet the minimum
Supporting documentation is not retained from year            published admission requirements (have achieved the
to year. New documents must be submitted with each            minimum average and prerequisite courses) and wish
new application.                                              to be considered for admission on the basis of their
                                                              disability must follow the process outlined. Once it has
                                                              been established that the applicant meets the minimum
Deadlines
                                                              published admissions average, this documentation
December 1, 2010, is the deadline by which:                   will be forwarded to the Centre for Students with
                                                              Disabilities for review. Note: All disability-related
•	   The	 TEAS	 application	 and	 the	 TEAS	 TRF,	 which	     documents must be sent to the UOIT Registrar’s office
     requests     official  transcripts  from    Ontario      within three weeks of application.
     universities, must be received by the OUAC.
                                                              Students are encouraged to contact the Centre
•	   The	completed	personal	profile,	letters	of	reference	    for Students with Disabilities at 905-721-3123, TTY
     and all official transcripts from other postsecondary    905-721-3187, or email disabilities@uoit.ca to discuss
     institutions must be received by the Faculty of          specific requirements.
     Education (see the Official Transcripts section
     above).

December 8, 2010, is the deadline by which the TEAS
application service fee, the UOIT supplementary $65
non-refundable service fee and the appropriate TEAS
TRF fees must be received by the OUAC, if paying
by cheque, money order or electronic payment (for
online applications). Applications will not be processed
without these fees.

July 1, 2011, is the deadline by which candidates must
provide a final transcript indicating proof of required
course completion and undergraduate degree.

Access
To address the need for teachers who reflect the
multicultural, ethnic and social diversity of the Ontario
student population, UOIT encourages applications
from qualified applicants who are Aboriginal, members
of visible minorities and/or individuals with disabilities.

Services for Students with Disabilities
UOIT wants to ensure equal access to all academically
qualified students. Support systems are available
for students with physical, mobility or other special
needs. These supports may include adaptive testing
arrangements, FM hearing systems, visual aids, access
to computers and special software, counselling and
more.

We expect that the marks for students with disabilities,
who received disability-related accommodations in
secondary school or during a previous degree or
diploma program, will accurately reflect their academic
ability. However, if the student was not accommodated
for all or part of their secondary school or previous
diploma or degree program, or believes there are
extenuating circumstances related to disability that
negatively impacted their grades, they may be eligible
for consideration on this basis.



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The University                                                     courses taken to meet final degree requirements
                                                                   must be listed in the TEAS application.

of Western Ontario                                            Experience Profiles
                                                              Applicants must submit The University of Western
                                                              Ontario’s Experience Profile form to the Faculty
                                                              of Education at The University of Western Ontario
Registrarial Services – Office of the Registrar
                                                              by December 1, 2010. Experience Profile forms are
Professional Admissions - Education
                                                              available at www.edu.uwo.ca/programs/preservice-
The University of Western Ontario
                                                              education/profiles.html    or   www.ouac.on.ca/teas/.
Western Student Services Building
                                                              Additional information or other documentation
London ON N6A 3K7 Canada
                                                              (such as letters of reference) will not be considered.
Telephone:                      519-661-2111, ext. 84891
                                                              Documents supporting applications are not carried
                                                              forward from year to year. New documents must be
Preservice Office, Faculty of Education
                                                              submitted each year.
Telephone:                                519-661-2093
Website:                              www.edu.uwo.ca
                                                              Program Choice
Email:                                  eduwo@uwo.ca
                                                              Applicants must choose one program only. Applications
                                                              with more than one program selected will be
Program Codes
                                                              processed for the first choice only. Amendments to the
E10   Primary/Junior
                                                              application or experience profile form must be made
E20   Junior/Intermediate
                                                              before December 1, 2010.
E30   Intermediate/Senior
E80   Technological Education
E11   French as a Second Language Primary/Junior              Program Prerequisites
                                                              E10 Primary/Junior Program (P/J)
Selection of applicants is based primarily upon
                                                              Preference will be given to candidates who have
academic achievement. Experience as indicated by
                                                              completed at least one half undergraduate or graduate
the Experience Profile is also considered. Admission to
                                                              credit in four or more of the five following academic
the Faculty of Education is competitive; an applicant’s
                                                              areas: English*, fine arts*, mathematics, science, and
fulfillment of the minimum requirements does not
                                                              social science/humanities (Canadian history/geography
guarantee admission.
                                                              preferred).
Minimum Requirements for BEd Programs
                                                              * English: Courses in English culture, linguistics, essay
All the following conditions must be met when an
                                                              writing, and writing for business and sciences are not
application is submitted to the Faculty of Education:
                                                              acceptable.
•	   For	 admission	 in	 September	 2011,	 all	 candidates	
                                                              * Fine arts courses include dance, drama, music, and
     must complete their programs of study from an
                                                              visual arts.
     acceptable undergraduate degree program at
     an accredited university by August 31, 2011. The
                                                              E11 Primary/Junior French as a Second Language
     degree must be conferred by fall 2011.
                                                              Program
•	   All	 candidates	 must	 have	 successfully	 completed	
                                                              Applicants must be fluent in French and meet all
     10 full undergraduate university credits (or the
                                                              minimum requirements for the P/J program. Five
     equivalent) by August 31, 2010. Transfer credits
                                                              full French courses (or the equivalent), at least two
     from community colleges and CEGEP courses are
                                                              of which must be language courses, are required for
     not accepted. Preference will be given to graduates
                                                              admission to the FSL program. One or more full course
     who have attained four-year degrees or at least 20
                                                              equivalents in French literature is desirable for those
     full credits or the equivalent.
                                                              hoping to teach in French-immersion settings.
•	   All	applicants	must	have	a	minimum	average	of	70	
     percent in their best 10 full undergraduate courses
                                                              E20 Junior/Intermediate Program (J/I)
     (or the equivalent). As well, Junior/Intermediate
                                                              Teaching Subjects:
     and Intermediate/Senior applicants must have a
                                                              English (319)
     minimum average of 70 percent in those courses
                                                              Family Studies (230)
     supporting their teaching subjects. Courses taken
                                                              French as a Second Language (325)
     after August 2010 cannot be included in the
                                                              Geography (740)
     calculation of these averages, but will be counted in
                                                              Health and Physical Education (860)
     support of program requirements. These and other
                                                              History (750)


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Mathematics (652)                                           Native Studies: Courses in the history, languages,
Music – Vocal (159)                                         culture and art of Canadian First Nations peoples are
Native Studies (200)                                        desirable.
Religious Education (218)                                   Religious Education: Five full courses or the
Science – General (430)                                     equivalent, with Roman Catholic content, are required.
Visual Arts (190)                                           Courses should address several of the following areas:
                                                            Old and New Testament studies; Catholic Church
Four full undergraduate or graduate courses, or the         teachings in morality and social justice; the sacraments;
equivalent, with a minimum average of 70 percent are        sexuality and marriage in the Catholic tradition;
required to support the teaching subject selected by        Vatican II theology. Religious Education is offered as
the applicant. See exceptions below.                        a teaching subject only for Roman Catholic schools;
                                                            student teaching in this subject area will occur in
Preference will be given to candidates who have             Roman Catholic elementary schools only.
completed at least one half undergraduate or graduate       Science – General: Courses in at least three of the
credit in four or more of the five following academic       following areas are required: biology, chemistry, earth
areas: English*, fine arts*, mathematics, science, and      and space science, environmental science, physics.
social science/humanities (Canadian history/geography       Visual Arts: At least one survey course in art history or
preferred).                                                 criticism, plus studio courses, is required.

* English: Courses in English culture, linguistics, essay   E30 Intermediate/Senior Program (I/S)
writing, and writing for business and sciences are not      Teaching Subjects:
acceptable.                                                 Business Studies – General (044)
                                                            Dramatic Arts (135)
* Fine Arts courses include dance, drama, music, and        English (319)
visual arts.                                                Family Studies (230)
                                                            French as a Second Language (325)
Teaching Subjects                                           Geography (740)
                                                            Health and Physical Education (860)
Requirements and Exceptions                                 History (750)
English: Courses in English culture, linguistics, and       Mathematics (652)
writing for business and sciences are not acceptable.       Music – Instrumental (158)
Family Studies: At least two of the following               Music – Vocal (159)
five areas must be represented: child and family            Native Studies (200)
development, foods and nutrition, clothing and              Religious Education (218)
textiles, housing and interior design, family resource      Science – Biology (412)
management (consumer economics).                            Science – Chemistry (420)
French: Applicants must possess oral and written            Science – General (430)
fluency in French and a thorough knowledge of               Science – Physics (470)
grammar. Five full French courses (or the equivalent),      Social Sciences – General (165)
at least two of which must be language courses, are         Visual Arts (190)
required for admission. One or more full course
equivalents in French literature is desirable for           Five full undergraduate or graduate credits, or the
those hoping to teach in French-immersion settings.         equivalent, with a minimum average of 70 percent are
The Faculty of Education reserves the right to test         required to support the first teaching subject. Three full
candidates to ensure they meet the required standard.       undergraduate or graduate credits, or the equivalent,
Geography: At least a half credit (and preferably a         with a minimum average of 70 percent are needed to
full credit) in Canadian geography must be included.        support the second teaching subject.
Health and Physical Education: Five full courses in
physical education (or the equivalent) are required.        Teaching Subjects Requirements and Exceptions
Activity courses, preferably three or more, must be
included.                                                   Business – General: Business – General is offered
History: At least a half credit (and preferably a full      conditionally pending a sufficient number of qualified
credit) in Canadian history must be included.               applicants. If Business – General is not offered, all
Mathematics: At least one full senior math credit           applications will be re-evaluated to determine if
must be included.                                           admission can be granted in an alternative subject
Music – Vocal: Courses should include at least              area.
one choral or vocal techniques course, one choral           Drama: As a second teaching subject, two full courses
conducting course, and one music theory course.             in Dramatic or Theatre Arts are required. Courses


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should include practical components in theatre or           process to candidates who choose one senior science
drama production.                                           option and accompany it with either general science or
English: Courses in English culture, linguistics, and       a teaching option from another subject area.
writing for business and sciences are not acceptable.       Science – General: Courses in at least three of the
Family Studies: As a first teaching subject, at least       following areas are required: biology, chemistry, earth
three of the five following areas must be represented:      and space science, environmental science, physics.
child and family development; foods and nutrition;          Social Sciences – General: At least one full credit
fashion, clothing and textiles; housing, shelter and        from each of the areas of anthropology, psychology
interior design; family resource management (consumer       and sociology is preferred. Social Studies – General is
economics). As a second teaching subject, at least two      an optional subject in the secondary school curriculum,
of these areas must be represented.                         and entry to this teaching subject is limited. Applicants
French (as either a first or second teaching subject):      are advised to select this as a second teaching subject
Applicants must possess oral and written fluency in         only.
French and a thorough knowledge of grammar. Five            Visual Arts: At least one survey course in art history or
full French courses (or the equivalent), at least two       criticism, plus studio courses, is required.
of which must be language courses, are required for
admission. One or more full course equivalents in           E80 Technological Education Program
French literature is desirable for those hoping to teach    Teaching Subjects:
in French-immersion settings. The Faculty of Education      Communications Technology
reserves the right to test candidates to ensure they        Computer Technology
meet the required standard.                                 Construction Technology
Geography: At least a half credit (and preferably a         Green Industries
full credit) in Canadian geography must be included.        Hairstyling and Aesthetics
Health and Physical Education: Activity courses must        Health Care
be included. Three activity courses are preferred.          Hospitality and Tourism
History: At least a half credit (and preferably a full      Manufacturing Technology
credit) in Canadian history must be included.               Technological Design
Mathematics: At least one senior math credit, or the        Transportation Technology
equivalent, must be included.
Music: Candidates are strongly encouraged to select         Applicants    for   Technological    Education    must
either Instrumental Music or Vocal Music as a teaching      demonstrate proof of competency in the area for which
option, but not both. Strong preference will be given       they are applying. Competency is demonstrated by
during the admissions process to candidates who             formal technical education or training or by completion
choose one Music option and accompany it with a             of a trade qualification, professional designation, or
teaching option from another subject area.                  similar credential.
Music – Instrumental: Courses should include at least
one instrumental conducting course, several minor           In accordance with Ontario Regulation 184/97,
instrument courses in woodwinds, brass and percussion,      applicants must hold a secondary school graduation
and one music theory course.                                diploma (Grade 12) or equivalent. An undergraduate
Music – Vocal: Courses should include at least              degree is not required for the Diploma in Education
one choral or vocal techniques course, one choral           (Technological Education).
conducting course, and one music theory course.
Native Studies: Courses in the history, languages,          Applicants must have proof of competency in the
culture and art of Canadian First Nations peoples are       chosen Technological Education area. Applicants must
desirable.                                                  also show proof of one of the following:
Religious Education: Five full courses or the               a. at least five years of full-time wage-earning
equivalent, with Roman Catholic content, are required.          experience, including business or industrial
Courses should address several of the following areas:          experience, where the candidate used skills and
Old and New Testament studies; Catholic Church                  knowledge in the area of technological education
teachings in morality and social justice; the sacraments;       selected for his or her optional courses; or
sexuality and marriage in the Catholic tradition;           b. at least two years of wage-earning experience and
Vatican II theology. Religious Education is offered as          successful completion of a postsecondary education
a teaching subject only for Roman Catholic schools;             program acceptable to the College that includes
student teaching in this subject area will occur in             at least six semesters of academic studies, where
Roman Catholic elementary schools only.                         the experience and education used the candidate’s
Science: Candidates are strongly encouraged to select           skills and knowledge in the area of technological
only one teaching option from among the senior                  education selected for his or her optional courses;
science courses of biology, chemistry, and physics.             or
Strong preference will be given during the admissions

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c.   a combination of wage-earning experience and           Applicants who have attended university in Ontario
     education that totals at least five full years, of     must order transcripts using the TEAS Transcript
     which two years must be wage-earning experience        Request Form (TRF). Graduates of The University of
     in the candidate’s chosen area, no less than four      Western Ontario do not need to order or send UWO
     months of which is continuous employment.              transcripts; however, UWO graduates must order
                                                            transcripts for institutions attended prior to or after
Preference will be given to applicants with formal          UWO.
apprenticeship, technician or technologist training who
can demonstrate expertise in more than one occupation       Applicants who have attended university outside
housed within their broad-based Technological               of Ontario must have official transcripts (including
Education teaching subject.                                 associate degrees) sent directly to the Registrar’s
                                                            Office from the home institution. If applicable, the
For additional information, please contact the Faculty      accompanying diploma or level of secondary school
of Education.                                               achievement must also be submitted. A certified
                                                            translation of transcripts in languages other than
English Language Proficiency Requirement                    English or French is required. Translations must be
All students applying for admission whose first             accompanied by the original document on which the
language is not English or who have not studied             translation is based. Acceptable translations are listed
full-time for at least three years (or the equivalent in    below:
part-time studies) in an accredited university where
the language of instruction and of examination was          •	    Made	 by	 or	 certified	 by	 the	 consulate,	 high	
English and that was located in a country where the               commission or embassy to Canada of the country
first language is English, must achieve the required              that issued the documents
level of proficiency on one of the following tests and      •	    Made	 by	 or	 certified	 by	 a	 Canadian	 embassy,	
provide an official statement of results for one of the           consulate or High Commission in the country from
following tests:                                                  which you emigrated
                                                            •	    Translated	 by	 an	 accredited	 translator	 (Association	
•	   English Language Diagnosis and Assessment                    of Translators and Interpreters of Ontario:
     (ELDA): Test of Oral Proficiency (ELDA/TOP),                 www.atio.on.ca)
     minimum score 7, and Test of Written English
     (ELDA/TOW), minimum score 46; or                       The University of Western Ontario does not accept
•	   Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL),         notarized transcripts.
     score of 100 internet-based including a Speaking
     score of 25 and a Writing score of 25; or              Registrarial Services – Office of the Registrar
•	   Michigan English Language Assessment                   Professional Admissions - Education
     Battery (MELAB), minimum score 90 and at least 4       The University of Western Ontario
     on the oral interview; or                              Western Student Services Building
•	   International      English   Language       Testing    London ON N6A 3K7 Canada
     System (IELTS), minimum score 7 including at
     least 6.5 in reading and speaking, and at least 7 in   Deadlines
     writing and speaking.                                  Applications and Transcript Request Forms must be
                                                            received by the OUAC no later than December 1, 2010.
Applicants cannot be considered until their English         Late applications will not be considered.
language proficiency tests have been received. A
supplementary profile or interview may be required.         Experience Profiles must be received by the Faculty
                                                            of Education at The University of Western Ontario by
Students who, after admission, show an inadequate           December 1, 2010.
command of spoken or written English must improve
their proficiency to the Faculty’s satisfaction. Students   Transcripts must be submitted by December 1, 2010.
may be asked to withdraw from the program if their          When ordering transcripts through TEAS, order the
inadequate command of English interferes with their         “Immediate” option. Transcripts ordered “at the end
ability to communicate effectively in a classroom.          of the fall term” will result in a late submission and will
                                                            not be evaluated. We do not notify applicants during
Transcripts                                                 the evaluation process of outstanding transcripts or
Official transcripts from any university attended must      other pertinent documents. It is the responsibility of
be sent directly from the granting institution to The       the applicant to follow up to ensure that transcripts
University of Western Ontario by the application            have been received.
deadline of December 1, 2010. Individuals cannot
deliver their own transcript.

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The TEAS application service fee and the non-refundable
$60 supplementary fee must be received by the
OUAC no later than December 8, 2010, if paying by
cheque, money order or electronic payment (for online
applications).

Amendments to program or teaching subject selections
cannot be made after December 1, 2010.

Applicants who have courses on their undergraduate
or graduate degree transcripts not obviously related
to required teaching subjects or elementary school
general academic areas must submit course descriptions
to the Office of the Registrar at The University of
Western Ontario by December 1, 2010, if the courses
are to be considered during the evaluation process.
Course descriptions must be copied directly from the
granting institution’s academic calendar. The University
of Western Ontario reserves the right to accept or deny
any course submitted for consideration.

A letter of acknowledgement will be emailed to each
applicant once an application arrives at UWO from the
OUAC.




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Wilfrid Laurier                                              students must meet the same requirements as all
                                                             other candidates. Incomplete or late applications will
                                                             not be considered.
University
                                                             Applicants who have listed more than one program
                                                             choice on their application must list their choices in the
Education Admissions                                         order in which they would like them to be considered.
Office of the Registrar                                      Applicants who have applied for more than one
Wilfrid Laurier University                                   program only need to send one copy of their required
75 University Avenue West                                    documents.
Waterloo ON N2L 3C5
                                                             1. Admission Average
Telephone:                      519-884-0710, ext. 3685         A minimum academic average of 70 percent
Email:                              admissions@wlu.ca           (“B-”) on the most recently completed 10 full
Website:                        www.wlu.ca/education/           or 20 half credit undergraduate university
                                                                courses is required. Only undergraduate university
Program Codes                                                   courses completed by December 1, 2010, will
U10   Primary/Junior                                            be counted in the admission average. College
U20   Junior/Intermediate                                       transfer credits will not be counted. If credits
                                                                are still in progress at the time of application,
The Faculty of Education at Wilfrid Laurier University          they will solely be considered to fulfill junior/
fosters excellence in teacher education and scholarship         intermediate subject requirements. Applicants
through inquiry, reflection, and collaborative sustained        must request a second transcript with final marks
partnerships in learning.                                       to be sent to Wilfrid Laurier University no later
                                                                than January 28, 2011. Preference will be given
The aim of the Laurier one-year consecutive education           to students who have completed, or who are
program is to cultivate graduates who will be                   completing, a four-year degree with a minimum of
knowledgeable about and prepared to teach the                   20 full-credits. Applicants presenting a three-year
Ontario curriculum at either the primary/junior or the          degree will still be considered for admission into
junior/intermediate level. Students will use instructional      their program of choice. Applicants who have
and assessment practices that reflect current research,         completed, or who will complete, a masters degree
and act to collaboratively and continuously improve             by July 31, 2011, will receive additional admission
student learning, as well as their own practice and that        points. Applicants who present a college/applied
of their learning community.                                    degree will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
                                                                Official university transcripts ordered through the
What is unique to the Laurier teacher education                 OUAC or issued from an accredited university must
method is the Professional Development Schools (PDS)            be received by Wilfrid Laurier University no later
Practicum model. Teacher education candidates will              than December 1, 2010.
spend two days a week throughout the year in host
schools, in addition to scheduled teaching practica. In           Applicants who have attended universities on a
total, students will spend over 17 weeks in the                   letter of permission or international exchange must
classroom.                                                        provide an official transcript from the institution(s)
                                                                  attended. These applicants should also send specific
Technology is an integral part of the Laurier                     course descriptions or an academic calendar from
program and students will be required to purchase a               the institution(s) attended to Wilfrid Laurier
laptop leased-to-own from the University. For more                University no later than December 1, 2010.
information on this initiative, please visit our website.
                                                                  Applicants who have received transfer credits
                                                                  from prior colleges or universities must provide
General Admission Requirements                                    an official letter outlining the number of transfer
Admission into the Faculty of Education is based 50               credits received towards their undergraduate
percent on academic achievement and 50 percent on                 degree.
information submitted in the Experience Profile.
                                                                  Please do not send transcripts for secondary
Enrolment in the Faculty of Education is limited and              school, community college, or CEGEP. They
fulfillment of the minimum admission requirements does            will not be evaluated.
not guarantee admission into the program. Mature



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     Program-Specific Admission                                    Experience Profile, outlining the undergraduate
     Requirements                                                  courses they would like to have considered towards
                                                                   their teachable subject(s). Applicants must also
     Primary/Junior                                                submit course descriptions for each of the courses
     Preference will be given to students who have                 they wish to have considered. The supplemental
     successfully completed a half-credit undergraduate            admission application form and course descriptions
     university course in one or more of the following             must be received by Wilfrid Laurier University no
     subject areas: English, French, math, and/or                  later than December 1, 2010.
     science. Applicants who do not have credits in the
     designated subject areas will still be considered for         Additional requirements for specific subject
     admission into the program.                                   areas:
                                                                   English: At least three full undergraduate credits
     Junior/Intermediate                                           in English are required; within the three full credits,
     Applicants require one teachable subject to be                at least two half-credit courses must be in English
     eligible for the junior/intermediate program.                 literature or poetry. University essay courses,
     They may, however, apply to a maximum of two                  courses in English culture, and writing for business
     teachable subjects and are asked to rank their                and science do not satisfy credit requirements for
     teachable subjects in order of preference.                    English.
                                                                   French as a Second Language: Five full
     Teaching Subjects:                                            undergraduate credits are required, including one
     English (319)                                                 half credit course in each of the following: French
     French as a Second Language (325)                             written language/grammar, French literature and
     Geography (740)                                               French culture. Please note that this is an additional
     Health and Physical Education (860)                           two full credits or four half credits more than
     History (750)                                                 the general teachable requirement at the junior/
     Mathematics (652)                                             intermediate level. Applicants will be required to
     Music – Instrumental (158)                                    demonstrate oral and written fluency.
     Music – Vocal (159)                                           Geography: Within the three full undergraduate
     Science – General (430)                                       credits, at least one half-credit course in Canadian
                                                                   geography and one half-credit course in research
     Applicants must have at least three full credits or           methods or geographic information and analysis
     six half-credit undergraduate university courses,             must be included.
     with an average of 70 percent (“B-”) in their chosen          Health and Physical Education: Within the three
     teaching subject. At least one full-credit or two             full undergraduate credits, at least one half-credit
     half-credit courses must be at the second-year level          course in kinesiology or health science and two
     or above. All courses to be counted toward the                half-credit activity courses must be included.
     teachable subject must be submitted with a                    History: Within the three full undergraduate
     final mark no later than January 28, 2011. If an              credits, at least one full-credit course in Canadian
     applicant presents more than the required number              history (early and modern preferred) must be
     of courses for the subject area, the subject specific         included.
     average will be calculated using the highest grades.          Mathematics: At least three full undergraduate
                                                                   credits in mathematics are required. At least one
     In order to ensure adequate preparation in subjects           full senior math credit, second-year level or above,
     taught at the junior/intermediate level, preference           must be included. Mathematics courses equivalent
     will be given to applicants who have one or more              to a secondary school math credit will not be
     half-credit undergraduate university courses in               counted.
     three of the following five subjects: math, science,          Music – Instrumental: At least three full
     English, geography/history (Canadian geography/               undergraduate credits in music, including
     history recommended), or fine arts including:                 both applied and academic, must be included.
     music, visual arts, dance, or drama. Applicants who           Preference will be given to applicants with a
     do not have credits in these subject areas will still         minimum of one full-year credit in each of the
     be considered for admission into the program.                 following four areas of music study: music theory,
                                                                   music history (includes musicology and popular
     Junior/intermediate applicants will be scheduled to           music), applied music and music education. Grade
     practice teach in Grades 4–8.                                 10 Royal Conservatory of Music certification will
                                                                   satisfy the requirement for applied music. The
     Applicants are asked to submit a supplemental                 music education requirement may include courses
     admission application form, packaged with the                 in second instruments, conducting, music education


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   methods and/or music technology. Consideration               IELTS or TOEFL. Studying in an English-language
   will be given to equivalent field experience and/or          school system for a portion of secondary
   related postsecondary education.                             school or university does not exempt
   Music Vocal: At least three full undergraduate               applicants from this requirement. Photocopies
   credits in music, including both applied and                 will not be accepted. Official English language
   academic. Preference will be given to applicants             proficiency test scores must be received by Wilfrid
   with a minimum of one full-year credit in any of             Laurier no later than December 1, 2010.
   the following areas of music study: music theory,
   music history (includes musicology and popular               •	   IELTS (International English Language Testing
   music), applied music and music education. Grade                  System): Minimum score of 7 overall with at
   10 Royal Conservatory of Music certification in                   least 6.5 in reading and listening, and scores of
   voice will satisfy the requirement for applied                    at least 7 in both writing and speaking.
   music. The music requirement may include courses
   in choral or vocal techniques, choral conducting,            •	   TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language):
   music education methods and/or music technology.                  a. Paper-based test: Minimum overall score of
   Consideration will be given to equivalent field                       600 with scores of at least 5.5 on the TWE,
   experience and/or related postsecondary education.                    58 in listening, and 58 in reading.
   Science – General: At least three full                            b. Internet-based test: Minimum overall score
   undergraduate credits in science and one half-credit                  of 103, with scores of at least 28 in writing,
   undergraduate mathematics course are required.                        23 in listening, 24 in reading and 28 in
   Must include one half-credit undergraduate                            speaking.
   course in at least three of the following: biology,          •	   PTE (Pearson Test of English): Minimum overall
   biochemistry, chemistry, earth and space science,                 score of 70.
   environmental science, zoology, and physics.
                                                                Wilfrid Laurier University reserves the right to
2. Experience Profile                                           request an English language proficiency test result
   Applicants must submit a completed Experience                from any applicant. Students who, after admission,
   Profile, to be received by Wilfrid Laurier no later          show an inadequate command of spoken or
   than December 1, 2010. The Experience Profile                written English may be required to withdraw from
   form can be downloaded from either the OUAC                  the program.
   or Wilfrid Laurier University websites. Experience
   Profiles will be reviewed only if a student meets            English Language Proficiency Waiver
   minimum academic requirements. The Experience                Applicants whose first language was not English,
   Profile form is an integral part of admission to             but who studied solely in an English language
   the Wilfrid Laurier program and will count for 50            educational system beginning in primary school,
   percent of the admission evaluation. Letters of              may request a waiver of English language
   reference are not required and will not be                   proficiency if:
   evaluated. Faxed copies of the Experience
   Profile will not be accepted.                                1. they have passed the Grade 10 Ontario literacy
                                                                   test, or
3. Equity Admissions                                            2. they have completed 3U and 4U English, or
   Wilfrid Laurier University values diversity and                 Grade 12A and OAC English, achieving at least
   encourages applications from qualified candidates               75 percent in each of the two courses.
   who self-identify as members of Aboriginal/
   First Nation groups, racial minorities, and/or               Applicants who request this waiver must submit
   differently-abled groups. A select number of places          an official copy of the relevant supporting
   will be reserved in our education program for                documentation to Wilfrid Laurier University no
   qualified individuals from these groups. Further             later than December 1, 2010.
   information and equity admission forms are
   available on our website. Equity admission forms       5. Applicants with International Transcripts/
   are packaged with the Experience Profile and must         Degrees
   be received by Wilfrid Laurier University no later        Applicants educated outside of Canada and the
   than December 1, 2010.                                    United States who have obtained a degree from
                                                             a foreign country must have all official transcripts
4. English Language Proficiency                              translated (as applicable) and evaluated by World
   All applicants whose first language is not English        Education Services (WES). Applicants are responsible
   (learned and spoken in the home) are required             for the costs associated with the course-by-course
   to submit official English language test results          evaluation and any translation required.
   obtained within the last two years from either

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     Notarized transcripts will not be accepted,
     nor will transcripts submitted directly to
     Wilfrid Laurier University. It is the applicant’s
     responsibility to send an official paper copy of
     their WES evaluation to Wilfrid Laurier University
     no later than December 1, 2010. Please note
     that it can take upwards of six weeks for WES to
     receive official transcripts from a foreign academic
     institution, after which point the WES evaluation
     can take a week or longer to complete. Applicants
     should begin the evaluation process as early
     as possible to ensure that Wilfrid Laurier
     University receives a WES evaluation no later
     than December 1, 2010. Late documents will
     not be accepted. More information about WES
     and international documentation can be obtained
     on our website.

     Applicants who have concerns about international
     documentation should contact: admissions@wlu.ca.

Deadlines
1. The OUAC Teacher Education (TEAS) application
   must be received by the OUAC no later than
   December 1, 2010.

2. The TEAS application service fee and the Wilfrid
   Laurier   supplementary    $60    non-refundable
   service fee must be received by the OUAC no
   later than December 8, 2010, if paying by cheque,
   money order or electronic payment (for online
   applications).

3. The following documents must be received
   by Wilfrid Laurier University, on or before
   Wednesday, December 1, 2010:
   •	 Official university transcript(s)
   •	 Official university transcript translation and/or
      WES evaluation (if applicable)
   •	 Official course descriptions for all courses
      studied internationally on a letter of permission
      or through an international exchange program
      (if applicable)
   •	 Official letter indicating the total number of
      transfer credits received from prior colleges or
      universities (if applicable)
   •	 For junior/intermediate applicants only,
      the    supplemental       admission   application
      form indicating undergraduate courses to be
      considered towards their teachable subject,
      and course descriptions for those courses
   •	 Official English language test results or waiver
      request (if applicable)
   •	 Equity admission application (if applicable)
   •	 Experience Profile

Note: Applications will be considered incomplete
and will not be processed if all documentation
and fees are not received by the official deadlines.

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University of Windsor                                         •	   Applicants	 who	 will	 have	 completed	 an	 honours	
                                                                   or graduate degree by October 2010 will be given
                                                                   additional credit in the evaluation process.
                                                              •	   All	 applicants	 must	 have	 completed	 the	
Office of the Registrar                                            requirements for a recognized three-year bachelor’s
University of Windsor                                              degree no later than August 2011, with the degree
Windsor ON N9B 3P4                                                 conferred no later than the fall convocation of
                                                                   2011.
Telephone:                      519-253-3000, ext. 3315       •	   Applicants	who	have	attended	university	outside	of	
Questions?                                                         Ontario must have official transcripts sent directly
BEd Admissions email:         admissions@uwindsor.ca               to the Office of the Registrar from the home
BEd Program email:                  educ@uwindsor.ca               institution. A certified translation of transcripts in
BEd/ECE email:                      educ@uwindsor.ca               languages other than English is required.
                               or info@lambton.on.ca          •	   Applicants	 applying	 for	 admission	 must	 have	 at	
Website:                   www.uwindsor.ca/education/              least 10 semester courses completed at the time of
                                                                   application.
Program Codes                                                 •	   For	 Junior/Intermediate	 and	 Intermediate/Senior	
N10   Primary/Junior                                               applicants, preference will be given to those with
N15   BEd/Early Childhood Education Joint Degree/                  a degree in the teaching subject area. In addition,
      Diploma Program                                              academic proficiency in the subject area will be
N20   Junior/Intermediate                                          considered.
N30   Intermediate/Senior
N80   BEd/Diploma in Technological Education                  To complete the application, all applicants must submit
                                                              a current transcript to the Office of the Registrar
Selection of applicants to the Faculty of Education           by December 1, 2010. Applicants from an Ontario
(excluding Technological Education) is based on:              university (excluding the Royal Military College of
•	 academic	standing;                                         Canada) must complete the TEAS Transcript Request
•	 applicant	profile;                                         Form (TRF) indicating that the transcript be sent
•	 where	 applicable,	 an	 equity	 consideration	 form;	      immediately. Graduates from the University of Windsor
    and                                                       who apply to the University of Windsor need not order
•	 where	 applicable,	 English	 language	 proficiency	        or send Windsor transcripts.
    requirement.
                                                              Applicant Profile Form (excluding Technological
This program is highly competitive and admission              Education)
depends on the number of applications received and            All applicants to the Bachelor of Education program
the spaces available in individual programs.                  are required to submit the Applicant Profile form no
                                                              later than Wednesday, December 1, 2010; it must
Applications      submitted     to      the     Ontario       be submitted directly to the University of Windsor,
Universities’ Application Centre after Wednesday,             Office of the Registrar, Windsor ON N9B 3P4. If you
December 1, 2010, will not be considered for                  are applying to multiple programs at Windsor, you are
admission. All program and/or teaching subject changes        required to complete only one Applicant Profile. This
along with documents must also be submitted by                form can be obtained through the OUAC’s website
December 1, 2010. In addition, all applicants must remit      under the section “Have a question? We have the
the OUAC base application fee and a supplementary             Answer!” or online at www.uwindsor.ca/education/.
$50 evaluation fee no later than December 8, 2010, if
paying by cheque, money order, or electronic payment          Equity Consideration Form (excluding
(for online applications).                                    Technological Education)
                                                              The Faculty of Education affirms its principle and
Additional Information for BEd Applicants                     policy of fairness and equity for individuals who
(excluding Technological Education)                           are qualified for the teaching profession and who
•	 All	 applicants	 to	 the	 Bachelor	 of	 Education	 must	   reflect the ethno-cultural and social diversity of the
   have a minimum cumulative average of 70 percent            population of students in Ontario’s schools. In pursuit
   (“B-”) or higher.                                          of this principle and policy, we seek to identify
•	 The	 academic	 average	 is	 calculated	 on	 the	           candidates representing different backgrounds,
   best 30 semester courses (not including college            whose perspectives will diversify and enrich the
   transfer credit) at the time of application. Courses       teaching and learning community. Applications
   completed after August 2010 will not be used in            are encouraged from groups that are traditionally
   the calculation of the average.                            under-represented in the teaching profession. Please


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contact the Office of the Registrar to obtain the form       •	   English
or visit www.uwindsor.ca/education/. All forms must          •	   Mathematics
be submitted no later than December 1, 2010.                 •	   Canadian	geography/history
                                                             •	   Fine	arts	(visual	arts/drama/music/dance)
English Language Proficiency Requirement                     •	   Physical	education
All applicants whose first language is not English and       •	   Science
who have not lived in an English speaking country for
five years or more must take the Test of English as a        All applicants musts submit the Applicant Profile Form.
Foreign Language (TOEFL), with a minimum iBT total
score of 92 (with a minimum speaking and writing             N20 Junior/Intermediate
component of 25), or a paper-based test with a total         Junior/Intermediate applicants choose one teaching
score of 580 (5.5 on the essay writing is required for the   subject. Applicants must have at least six semester
paper-based test); and a TSE (Test of Spoken English)        university courses (18 semester hours) in the teaching
score of 55 (TSE is required for paper-based tests only).    subject, with the exception of French and Music, which
All official scores must be submitted no later               require additional courses (see further requirements
than Wednesday, December 1, 2010.                            below). At least two of these courses must be at the
                                                             second-year level or above. Teaching subject courses
Program Prerequisites                                        must be completed by the end of April 2011. The
                                                             teaching subjects available are as follows:
N10 Primary/Junior                                           Dramatic Arts (135)
Applicants do not choose teaching subjects in Primary/       English (319)
Junior. However, it is desirable that applicants have        French as a Second Language (325)
studied a wide range of subject areas. Therefore,            Geography (740)
applicants who have one or more university courses           Health and Physical Education (860)
in the main curriculum areas listed below will receive       History (750)
preference:                                                  Mathematics (652)
•	 English                                                   Music – Instrumental (158)
•	 Mathematics                                               Music – Vocal (159)
•	 Canadian	geography/history                                Religious Education (218)
•	 Fine	arts	(visual	arts/drama/music/dance)                 Science – General (430)
•	 Physical	education                                        Visual Arts (190)
•	 Science
                                                             Junior/Intermediate candidates are placed to practice
All applicants musts submit the Applicant Profile Form.      teach at the Grade 4–8 levels.

N15 B.ED./Early Childhood Education Joint Degree             In addition, preference will be given to applicants
/Diploma Program                                             who have one or more university courses in the main
                                                             curriculum areas listed below:
This program is offered jointly over two years (four         •	 English
semesters) by the Faculty of Education and Lambton           •	 Mathematics
College (Sarnia) and housed at Lambton College. During       •	 Canadian	geography/history
semesters one and four of the program, candidates            •	 Fine	arts	(visual	arts/drama/music/dance)
will focus on their Bachelor of Education (BEd) and          •	 Physical	education
during semesters two and three their focus will be on        •	 Science
the ECE component. Graduates of the program will
receive both the BEd degree (Primary/Junior) from            Junior/Intermediate Teaching Subject
the University of Windsor and the Diploma in Early           Requirements
Childhood Education (ECE) from Lambton College. As
this is a consecutive BEd degree, all the usual admission    Dramatic Arts: Acceptable undergraduate courses
requirements must be met by prospective applicants,          will be only those offered through a drama or theatre
including the possession of a Bachelor’s degree.             arts department. Courses should include practical
                                                             components in theatre or drama production (acting,
Applicants do not choose teaching subjects in Primary/       performance, production).
Junior or ECE. However, it is desirable that applicants      English: A minimum of two semester courses must
have studied a wide range of subject areas. Therefore,       be in English literature or poetry. The remaining four
applicants who have one or more university courses           semester courses can be a combination of literature,
in the main curriculum areas listed below will receive       poetry and writing. Two semester courses in Canadian
preference:                                                  content are preferred.


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French as a Second Language: 10 undergraduate                N30 Intermediate/Senior
semester courses in French are required. Applicants          Intermediate/Senior candidates choose two teaching
must possess oral and written fluency in the French          subjects. Applicants must have at least 10 semester
language and a thorough knowledge of grammar.                undergraduate courses (30 semester hours) in the
Geography: A minimum of one physical geography               first teaching subject and six semester undergraduate
course, one human/economic geography course,                 courses (18 semester hours) in the second teaching
one Canadian geography course, and one GIS                   subject, with the exception of French and Music, which
(Geoinformatics) course is required.                         require additional courses (see further requirements
Health and Physical Education: Four semester                 below). At least two of these courses must be at the
undergraduate courses that are activity-based as well as     second-year level or above. Teaching subject courses
two semester undergraduate courses in health studies         must be completed by the end of April 2011. The
are required. Preferred candidates will have courses         subjects available are as follows:
offered through kinesiology or physical education            Business Studies – General (044)
departments.                                                 Computer Studies (422)
History: A minimum of two semester undergraduate             Dramatic Arts (135)
courses in Canadian history are required, with               English (319)
preference for survey courses in the pre- and                French as a Second Language (325)
post-Confederation eras. In addition, preference will        Geography (740)
be given to applicants who have at least two semester        Health and Physical Education (860)
undergraduate courses in some combination of the             History (750)
ancient world, European history or American history.         Mathematics (652)
Preference will also be given to applicants with a           Music – Instrumental (158)
diversity of courses from political, economic, social,       Music – Vocal (159)
cultural and military history fields.                        Religious Education (218)
Mathematics: Applicants must have completed                  Science – Biology (412)
courses in the following areas: calculus, linear algebra,    Science – Chemistry (420)
probability, and statistics, as well as one course with an   Science – General (430)
emphasis on proof (e.g., geometry or number theory).         Science – Physics (470)
Music (Instrumental and Vocal): Eight undergraduate          Social Sciences – General (165)
semester courses are required, with at least two courses     Visual Arts (190)
in each of music history and music theory, one course
in conducting, and one course in an applied area             Intermediate/Senior Teaching Subjects
(major instrument/voice). Preference will be given to        Requirements
instrumental applicants who have at least one semester
of study in woodwinds, brass, percussion, string or          Business Studies – General: As a first teaching
guitar techniques and to vocal applicants who have at        subject, 10 semester undergraduate core Business
least one semester study of vocal techniques. Vocal          courses are required. Two undergraduate courses in
music applicants are advised that, as the focus of the       Economics are allowed to count as a first teaching
music programs of the two local school boards is on          subject only. As a second teaching subject six semester
instrumental music, at least one placement will be in        undergraduate core Business courses are required.
instrumental music.                                          Computer Studies: All undergraduate courses must
Religious Education (Roman Catholic): The                    be in computer and information science. For a first
Religious Education teaching subject focuses on the          teaching subject, courses should be related to software
Roman Catholic faith and practice teaching occurs in         design and programming, problem solving and logic
Roman Catholic schools only. Applicants should have          and design. For a second teaching subject, at least two
courses in several of the following areas: Old and           courses must be in a programming language.
New Testament studies; Catholic church teachings in          Dramatic Arts: Acceptable undergraduate courses
morality and social justice; sacraments; and Vatican II      will be only those offered through a drama or theatre
theology.                                                    arts department. Courses should include practical
Science – General: Two core semester courses from            components in theatre or drama production (acting,
each of biology, chemistry and physics are required.         performance, production). A maximum of two
Visual Arts: A combination of four semester                  undergraduate semester courses in theory, history of
studio courses is required (e.g., painting, sculpture,       theatre/drama/dramatic literature are allowed.
printmaking, drawing). A maximum of two                      English: A minimum of two undergraduate semester
undergraduate semester courses may be chosen from            courses in English literature or poetry are required. The
photography, architecture or art history.                    remaining required courses can be a combination of
                                                             literature, poetry and writing. Two semester courses in
All applicants must submit the Applicant Profile Form.       Canadian content are preferred.


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French as a Second Language: As your first or                in an applied area (major instrument/voice). Preference
second teaching subject, 10 undergraduate semester           will be given to instrumental applicants who have
courses in French are required. Applicants must possess      at least one semester of study in woodwinds, brass,
oral and written fluency in the French language and a        percussion, string or guitar techniques and to vocal
thorough knowledge of grammar.                               applicants who have at least one semester of study in
Geography: As a first teaching subject, applicants           vocal techniques. Experience in ensembles is preferred.
must have at least one semester course in the                Vocal music applicants are advised that, as the focus of
following areas: physical geography (geomorphology,          the music programs of the two local school boards is
bio-geography,       climatology);        human/economic     on instrumental music, at least one placement will be
geography; Canadian geography; geography or                  in instrumental music.
social science covering global issues such as tourism,       Religious Education (Roman Catholic): The
development, environment, poverty, etc.); GIS                Religious Education teaching subject focuses on the
(Geoinformatics); resource/environmental/ecology. As a       Roman Catholic faith and practice teaching occurs in
second teaching subject, applicants must have at least       Roman Catholic schools only. Applicants should have
one physical geography course, one human/economic            courses in several of the following areas: Old and
geography course, one Canadian geography course,             New Testament studies; Catholic church teachings in
and one GIS (Geoinformatics) course.                         morality and social justice; sacraments; and Vatican II
Health and Physical Education: As a first teaching           theology.
subject, applicants must have four semester                  Science – General: For a first teaching subject, 10
undergraduate courses that are activity-based, two           semester undergraduate courses in biology, chemistry,
semester undergraduate courses in health studies and         and physics are required, with at least two courses in
a minimum of four semester courses from kinesiology,         each of biology, chemistry, and physics. At least two
health studies or physical education. As a second            of these courses must include a lab component. For
teaching subject, applicants must present four semester      a second teaching subject, two core semester courses
undergraduate courses that are activity-based as well        from each of biology, chemistry, and physics are
as two semester undergraduate courses that are in            required. At least two of these courses must include a
health studies. Preferred candidates will have courses       lab component.
offered through kinesiology or physical education            Science – Biology: There must be a lab component
departments.                                                 with at least two of the courses for a first or second
History: A minimum of two semester undergraduate             teaching subject.
courses in Canadian history are required, with               Science – Chemistry: There must be a lab component
preference for survey courses in the pre- and                with at least two of the courses for a first or second
post-Confederation eras. In addition, preference will        teaching subject.
be given to applicants who have at least two semester        Science – Physics: There must be a lab component
undergraduate courses in some combination of the             with at least two of the courses for a first or second
ancient world, European history or American history.         teaching subject.
Preference will also be given to applicants with a           Social Studies – General: A combination of courses
diversity of courses from political, economic, social,       from at least three of the following areas of study are
cultural and military history fields.                        required: political science, psychology, sociology and/
Mathematics: Applicants must have completed                  or anthropology. It is strongly recommended that you
courses in the following areas: calculus, linear algebra,    select this area as your second teaching subject. It is
probability, and statistics, as well as one course with an   important for applicants to note that social sciences –
emphasis on proof (e.g., geometry or number theory).         general is an optional subject in the secondary school
Music (Instrumental and Vocal): For a first teaching         curriculum, therefore entry to this teaching subject is
subject, 10 undergraduate semester courses are               extremely limited.
required, with at least four courses in each of music        Visual Arts: A combination of studio courses is required
history and music theory, one course in conducting           (e.g., painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing). A
and one course in applied study (major instrument/           maximum of two undergraduate semester courses may
voice). Preference will be given to instrumental             be chosen from photography, architecture or art history.
applicants who have at least two semesters of study
in woodwinds, brass, percussion, string or guitar            All applicants must submit the Applicant Profile Form.
techniques and to vocal applicants who have at least
one semester of study in vocal techniques. Experience        N80 B.ED. /Diploma in Technological Education
in ensembles is preferred. As a second teaching subject,
eight undergraduate semester courses are required,           Application Deadline: December 1, 2010
with at least two courses in each of music history and       Questions? Contact Ms. Vicki Houston, Coordinator,
music theory, one course in conducting, and one course       vhouston@uwindsor.ca or educ@uwindsor.ca.



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Teaching Subjects:                                              details of the examination showing at least 70 per
Communication Technology                                        cent (“B-”) standing. The diploma size version of
Computer Technology                                             the C of Q is required in order to provide evidence
Construction Technology                                         that you have satisfied this requirement.
Green Industries
Hairstyling and Aesthetics                                      Your C of Q must be valid at the time that you are
Health Care                                                     applying for admission to the University of Windsor.
Hospitality and Tourism                                         Note: if your work experience is in a trade which
Manufacturing Technology                                        requires a C of Q, then you must submit the C of Q,
Technological Design                                            details of exam results and your C of A. No other
Transportation Technology                                       proof of competence can be accepted.

This program is designed to accommodate candidates        5. Letters confirming wage-earning experience
who are presently teaching technological education           At least five years of full-time wage-earning
subjects in Ontario Secondary Schools. These candidates      experience, including business or industrial
must currently be teaching on a Ministry of Education        experience, where the candidate used skills and
and Training granted “Letter of Permission.”                 knowledge in the area of technological education
                                                             selected for his or her optional courses.
Courses will be designed to be meaningful to
candidates regardless of their broad-based discipline.          In exceptional cases, where it is impossible to
Assignments, however, will be discipline-specific. The          provide original and appropriate documentation,
program will be offered over a 14-month period in two           an original sworn statement (by the applicant),
summer institutes with the Internship/Practicum being           signed by a commissioner of oaths that indicates
completed during the intervening Fall/Winter school             the reason(s) why this information is not available,
year.                                                           is acceptable. This sworn statement should indicate
                                                                the duration of employment, start and end dates,
Supporting Documentation                                        and the nature of employment (providing specific
                                                                statement of the skills used in the position). The
1. Resume                                                       support, the duration and place of employment
   The resume should provide a clear and concise                noted in the notarized statement, copies of T-4
   overview of your work experience, including                  tax forms or a statement from an accountant
   employer, start and end dates, and a brief                   confirming income should accompany the
   description of the position. A record of secondary           statement.
   and postsecondary education should be provided
   including start and end dates, degrees, diplomas,            Self-employed       applicants,    or    applicants
   certificates and/or trade licences. It is important          employed in a family business are required to
   that the resume reflect experience in the Broad-             submit an original sworn statement, signed by a
   Based Technological Education subject area to                commissioner of oaths, that indicates the applicant
   which application is being made.                             was self-employed or employed in a family
                                                                business. The statement should detail the duration
2. Official    secondary        and    postsecondary            of employment, the start and end dates, and the
   academic transcripts                                         nature of duties (providing specific statements
   Official secondary and postsecondary academic                of the skills used in the position). In addition,
   transcripts, bearing the original seal and/or                to validate the applicant’s sworn statement, the
   signature of the institution, must be sent directly          following supporting documentation must be
   by the issuing institution. Photocopies and student          submitted:
   copies are not acceptable.                                   •	 A copy of business licence or registration
                                                                    supporting the duration of employment noted
3. Photocopies of trade licences, if applicable                     in the sworn statement.
   The teaching of some special curriculum                      •	 Copies of income tax assessments (which
   components within the Broad-Based Technological                  indicate self-employment) supporting the
   Education areas requires that the teacher hold                   duration of employment noted in the sworn
   a valid trade licence, for example, Automotive,                  statement, or a statement from an accountant,
   Electrical, Costmetology, etc.                                   confirming income, or an annual report.
                                                                •	 At least one letter (representing the period
4. A Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities                of self-employment) from a major supplier
   Certificate of Qualification (C of Q) accompanied                attesting to materials purchased and/or a client
   by a Certificate of Apprenticeship (C of A) and the              attesting to the work completed. It is important


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        that these documents reflect work experience         All documents should be mailed directly to:
        in the Broad-Based Technological Education
        subject area to which application has been           University of Windsor
        made.                                                Faculty of Education
                                                             Technological Education Program
     Please see Ontario College of Teachers website          Windsor, ON N9B 3P4
     at www.oct.ca regarding wage-earning work
     experience requirements.                                The University of Windsor reserves the right to
                                                             give admission priority to applicants with teaching
6. A letter on school board letterhead providing             experience of greater duration.
   confirmation of a teaching position for the 2011-
   2012 academic year.

     This is a requirement for all Applicants whether
     you:

     a. are teaching on a Letter of Permission prior
        to admission and with a full-time teaching
        position in the 2011-2012 internship year; or,

     b. have no prior teaching experience or are
        not currently teaching on a Letter of Permission
        but have a full-time teaching position in the
        2011-2012 internship year.

     A letter on school or board letterhead must
     confirm a full-time teaching position within the
     Broad-Based Technology subject area for which
     the applicant seeks qualification. The letter must
     also list the course codes and course names that
     comprise the full-time teaching position. This letter
     should be written by the school Principal or the
     Human Resource employee at the board level.

     Following successful completion of Summer 1,
     a recommendation will be forwarded to the
     Ontario College of Teachers for the Certificate of
     Qualification (Limited), which will allow teacher
     candidates to teach full-time in the 2011-2012
     internship year.

     Please Note: Due to board staffing time lines,
     we understand that it is often difficult for you to
     provide a letter confirming a teaching position until
     late in the school year when student enrolments
     and staffing changes have been determined.
     For this reason, the deadline for receipt of this
     document only is June 5, 2011.

Applicants who have prior teaching experience
should submit the following:
•	 A	copy	of	your	Letter	of	Permission	
•	 Letters	 from	 schools	 confirming	 your	 teaching	
   experience.




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York University                                                  will not be mailed automatically. Applicants will need
                                                                 to go online to obtain a copy. The Supplementary
                                                                 Application and Supporting Information Forms
                                                                 will be available as of mid-September, and may be
BEd Student Services                                             obtained from the York website at http://edu.yorku.
128 Winters College                                              ca or from the OUAC’s website at www.ouac.on.ca/
4700 Keele Street                                                teas/. Please do not call the Faculty of Education
Toronto ON M3J 1P3                                               to request the Supplementary Information Forms.
                                                                 Faxed or email copies will not be accepted under any
Telephone:                               416-736-5001            circumstances.
Email:                              osp@edu.yorku.ca
Website:                           http://edu.yorku.ca     4. An acceptable level of proficiency in oral and
                                                              written English is required by the deadline date
Program Codes                                                 of December 1, 2010. Please refer to the English
Y10   Primary/Junior                                          language proficiency information included with
Y15   Primary/Junior articulated for Early Childhood          the online York Faculty of Education Admission
      graduates                                               Information Package.
Y20   Junior/Intermediate
Y30   Intermediate/Senior                                  5. Course descriptions for courses that do not
                                                              have clear indication of the teaching subject
                                                              equivalencies must be submitted no later than
Deadlines                                                     December 1, 2010.
1. The  OUAC     Teacher  Education application
   must be received by the OUAC no later than              6. Program or teaching subject changes will not be
   December 1, 2010.                                          allowed after the December 1, 2010, deadline.

   The TEAS application service fee, the York              Incomplete or late applications will not be
   Supplementary $100 non-refundable service fee           considered.
   and appropriate transcript fees must be received
   by the OUAC no later than December 8, 2010, if          Internationally Educated Teachers (IET)
   paying by cheque, money order or online banking         Any individuals who are internationally trained
   (for online applications).                              teachers and are immigrants to Canada should contact
                                                           the Ontario College of Teachers to find out what exactly
2. Official   transcripts   are    required    for   all   is required to be certified to teach in Ontario. Please
   postsecondary institutions attended. Official           visit their website at www.oct.ca/IET/. If individual
   transcripts for Ontario universities must be ordered    courses are required, please apply as a Special Student
   by completing the TEAS Transcript Request Form          to request enrolment in one or two Education courses.
   (TRF) and returning it to the OUAC with the TEAS        For more information, please contact the Faculty of
   application by December 1, 2010. All other              Education, BEd Student Services. Those who must
   transcripts ordered directly from postsecondary         complete the entire Bachelor of Education (BEd)
   institutions must arrive at York University by          program at York University will be considered for
   December 1, 2010.                                       admission under regular admission procedures.

3. York University’s Supplementary online Application      Consecutive Program
   and Supporting Information Forms must be                Admission to York University’s Faculty of Education
   completed and received by the Faculty of Education      Consecutive Teacher Education Program is a
   by December 1, 2010, unless alternative                 competitive process for very limited spaces. Please note
   arrangements are needed for interviews for out-of-      both full-time and part-time programs are available.
   province or out-of-country applicants. If applicants    Applicants can only apply to either the full-time
   know in advance that they will be unavailable           or the part-time program (not both). If admitted
   during the interview period, ordinarily scheduled       into the three-year part-time program, applicants
   during the month of February, they are required         cannot request a transfer into the one-year full-time
   to submit their Supplementary Information               program. Applicants can only select one division (e.g.,
   Forms to York University’s Faculty of Education         Primary/Junior,  Junior/Intermediate,     Intermediate/
   by November 1, 2010, along with supporting              Senior). To be eligible for consideration, applicants
   documentation that verifies they are out of Ontario     must hold an approved undergraduate degree from
   or out of Canada during the entire month of             an accredited degree-granting institution, conferred
   February 2011. The Supplementary Information Form       no later than August 1, 2011, and must present an
                                                           overall grade point average of at least a “B” average

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based on the final two years of full-time study in an        Part-Time Consecutive French Immersion BEd
undergraduate degree program (not including college          Only applicants to the three-year part-time consecutive
transfer credits). Applicants must hold, or be in the        program may apply to the BEd (French) degree.
process of completing, an “acceptable postsecondary          Applicants to the French Immersion BEd will also be
degree”, as defined by the Ontario College of Teachers       assessed on their French proficiency (written and oral)
(Ontario Regulation 184/97). For applicants who hold         at the time of their interviews. The BEd (French) degree
a degree from another country, please refer to the           is offered at the Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate,
Transcripts section in York University’s Faculty of          and Intermediate/Senior levels with classes mostly
Education online Admission Information Package for           taking place on York’s Glendon campus. Electives and
further details about acceptable degrees. An approved        required courses specific to the Junior/Intermediate and
degree program must include at least 15 full-year            Intermediate/Senior levels are taught at Keele campus.
courses beyond secondary school graduation. For those        All part-time consecutive teacher candidates take their
applicants who are now completing their final year           classes with the BEd concurrent students.
of an undergraduate degree, assessment of academic
qualifications will be calculated as of December 1,          Part-Time Consecutive Jewish Teacher Education
2010. Fulfillment of minimum requirements does not           Option
guarantee admission.                                         Only applicants to the three-year part-time consecutive
                                                             program may apply to the BEd with a Jewish Teacher
Interviews                                                   Education option. The Jewish Teacher Education is
Applicants who have sufficiently strong applications         offered at York’s Keele campus with the BEd concurrent
based on an assessment of transcripts, references,           students.
personal statements, the Experience Summary and the
Experience Profile must attend a personal interview at       Part-Time Consecutive Indigenous Teacher
York University Keele Campus. Please note that only          Education Option
related experience acquired prior to the deadline date       Only applicants to the three-year part-time consecutive
will be considered. Files will be assessed on a rolling      program may apply to the BEd with an Indigenous
basis. Candidates will be contacted as their files are       Teacher Education option. Indigenous Teacher
reviewed only if they qualify for an interview. Typically,   Education is offered at York’s Keele campus with the
interviews conclude the last week of February.               BEd concurrent students. A minimum “C+” final grade
Applicants selected for an interview will be notified        in an undergraduate postsecondary course in “Issues
of the date and time by mail, email or telephone.            in Indigenous Education”, such as ED/EDUC 2200 3.00,
Interviews will not be conducted by telephone or video       offered at York University, or its equivalent, is required
conferencing; if applicants cannot attend, they will         prior to admission.
automatically be disqualified for admission into York’s
Faculty of Education. The interview requirement will         Part-time consecutive students enrolled in any of
not be waived under any circumstances. If applicants         the above three programs are required to study BEd
know in advance that they will be unavailable during         courses as well as additional prescribed undergraduate
the interview period, ordinarily scheduled during the        courses to satisfy the French Immersion, Jewish
month of February, they are required to submit their         Teacher Education or Indigenous Teacher Education
Supplementary Information Form to York University’s          requirements. An additional application is not necessary
Faculty of Education by November 1, 2010, along with         for the BEd (French), the Jewish Teacher Education or
supporting documentation that verifies they are out of       the Indigenous Teacher Education option. Applicants
Ontario or out of Canada during the entire month of          should proceed with the regular TEAS application for
February 2011. Please contact the Faculty of Education       York University to Primary/Junior (OUAC code Y10),
at York University to request an interview in December       Junior/Intermediate (OUAC code Y20) or Intermediate/
when a visit to Toronto is possible.                         Senior (OUAC code Y30), and then indicate their
                                                             preference for part-time consecutive for BEd (French),
Interviews are conducted by a team of experienced            Jewish Teacher Education or Indigenous Teacher
educators. We cannot guarantee that we will be able          Education on York’s Supplementary Information Form.
to reschedule interviews for applicants who fail to
show for their original appointment. If applicants are
                                                             Prerequisites for Teaching Subjects
unable to attend the interview in person, files will not
be forwarded for final consideration.                        Y10 Primary/Junior
                                                             Applicants do not select teaching subjects. Applicants
Programs Offered                                             may be given preference if they have completed one
                                                             full-year course or equivalent in English, as well as one
Applicants may only select one choice to York’s BEd          full-year course or equivalent in a curriculum subject
program. The choices are Primary/Junior, Primary             area (e.g., Science, Fine Arts, History, Geography,
Junior-ECE, Junior/Intermediate or Intermediate Senior.      Mathematics, Kinesiology).

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Y15 Primary/Junior – Articulated for Graduates in           English: Applicants must have completed at least
Early Childhood Education (ECE)                             three full-year (or equivalent) courses spanning three
Applicants must hold an ECE diploma from a                  of the following subject areas: Shakespeare; Canadian
college of applied arts and technology, as well as          Literature; Postcolonial Literature; Gender Studies; and
an undergraduate degree. Applicants may be given            Language and Writing.
preference if they have completed one full course
or equivalent in English, as well as one full course        Geography: Applicants must have a course in
or equivalent in a curriculum subject area (e.g.,           “Introduction to Geoinformatics” (or its equivalent).
Science, Fine Arts, History, Geography, Mathematics,
Kinesiology).                                               Health and Physical Education: Applicants must have
                                                            a minimum of two activity courses, and are required to
Y20 Junior/Intermediate                                     attach a list of activity courses to the Supplementary
Teaching Subjects:                                          Information Form. Activity courses include swimming,
Dance (057)                                                 soccer, gymnastics, etc.
Dramatic Arts (135)
English (319)                                               History: Applicants must have at least one full-year
French as a Second Language (325)                           (or equivalent) Canadian History course. As well,
Geography (740)                                             applicants will be given preference if other history
Health and Physical Education (860)                         courses reflect the diverse nature of society. Thus, we
History (750)                                               would recommend social history courses (involving
Mathematics (652)                                           themes such as race, gender, ethnicity and class), and
Music – Instrumental (158)                                  courses reflecting the histories of non-western nations.
Religious Education (218)
Science – General (430)                                     Mathematics: Applicants must have completed
Visual Arts (190)                                           three full-year (or equivalent) courses spanning
                                                            all of the following subject areas: calculus; linear
Applicants must have at least four full-year                algebra; probability and statistics; and proof-based
undergraduate courses or equivalent in the teaching         mathematics. statistics courses taken in other subject
subject selected. Applicants will only be considered        areas (e.g., psychology or sociology) may only account
for admission if they have successfully completed           for a maximum of one half course towards the teaching
a minimum of two full-year university courses, or           subject requirement.
equivalent, with at least a “B” average for the selected
teaching subjects by the December 1, 2010, deadline. If     Music – Instrumental (not Vocal): Applicants must
there is more than the required number of courses, the      have four full-year (or equivalent) undergraduate
average will be calculated using the highest grades.        courses in the teaching subject, with at least two
                                                            of these being studio courses. An alternative to this
Important Notes                                             requirement is an acceptable degree with at least two
Dance, Dramatic Arts, Music, and Visual Arts are only       full-year (or equivalent) courses in the teaching subject
available on the Keele campus site.                         as well as five or more years of extensive training
                                                            and professional experience in the field. This option
Dance: Applicants must have four full-year (or              is only available at the Keele campus at the Junior/
equivalent) undergraduate courses in the teaching           Intermediate level.
subject, with at least two of these being studio courses.
An alternative to this requirement is an acceptable         Science – General: Applicants must have completed a
degree with at least two full-year (or equivalent)          combination of at least three full-year (or equivalent)
courses in the teaching subject as well as five or more     courses spanning two of the following subject areas:
years of extensive training and professional experience     biology, chemistry, and physics. We accept additional
in the field. This option is only available at the Keele    courses from earth and atmospheric space science or
campus at the Junior/Intermediate level.                    natural science.

Dramatic Arts: Applicants must have four full-year          Visual Arts: Applicants must have four full-year (or
(or equivalent) undergraduate courses in the teaching       equivalent) undergraduate courses in the teaching
subject, with at least two of these being studio courses.   subject, with at least two of these being studio courses.
An alternative to this requirement is an acceptable         An alternative to this requirement is an acceptable
degree with at least two full-year (or equivalent)          degree with at least two full-year (or equivalent)
courses in the teaching subject as well as five or more     courses in the teaching subject as well as five or more
years of extensive training and professional experience     years of extensive training and professional experience
in the field. This option is only available at the Keele    in the field. This option is only available at the Keele
campus at the Junior/Intermediate level.                    campus at the Junior/Intermediate level.

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Y30 Intermediate/Senior                                       Business Studies options with Economics for their two
Teaching Subjects:                                            teaching subjects. Applicants cannot combine any of
Business Studies – Accounting (001)                           the Business Studies with Computer Studies for their
Business Studies – Entrepreneurship (005)                     two teaching subjects. Applicants cannot combine
Business Studies – General (044)                              Economics and Computer Studies as their two teaching
Business Studies – Information and Communication              subjects. Applicants may select only one from the three
                    Technology (046)                          International Languages offered (German, Italian, or
Classical Studies – Greek (345)                               Spanish). There is potential for conflicts or repetition
Computer Studies (422)                                        in choosing similar teaching subjects, such as ones that
Dance (057)                                                   fall under the business, computer studies or economics,
Dramatic Arts (135)                                           geography, environmental science and science
Economics (050)                                               category. Although you may select these combinations,
English (319)                                                 we would like to advise you that you may have the
Environmental Science (447)                                   same course director and same course outline for both
Family Studies (230)                                          teaching subject classes. Some of the above subjects
French as a Second Language (325)                             (e.g. business studies), depending on numbers, may
Geography (740)                                               only be available through independent study courses.
Health and Physical Education (860)
History (750)                                                 Business Studies: As a first teaching subject, at
International Languages – German (330)                        least three full-year (or equivalent) courses must be
International Languages – Italian (340)                       from the teaching subject selected and the remaining
International Languages – Spanish (375)                       courses may be from a related business field. As a
Law (770)                                                     second teaching subject, at least two full-year (or
Mathematics (652)                                             equivalent) courses must be from the teaching subject
Music – Instrumental (158)                                    selected. Applicants cannot select any combination of
Native Studies (200)                                          Business Studies options as their two teaching subjects.
Philosophy (755)                                              Applicants may select only one from the four business
Politics (760)                                                options offered. Applicants cannot combine any of the
Religious Education (218)                                     Business Studies options with Economics for their two
Science – Biology (412)                                       teaching subjects. Applicants cannot combine any of
Science – Chemistry (420)                                     the Business Studies options with Computer Studies for
Science – General (430)                                       their two teaching subjects.
Science – Physics (470)
Social Sciences – General (165)                               English: Applicants must have completed at least
Visual Arts (190)                                             three full-year (or equivalent) courses spanning three
                                                              of the following subject areas: Shakespeare; Canadian
Applicants are required to choose two teaching subjects       Literature; Postcolonial Literature; Gender Studies; and
and must have completed, or be completing, an                 Language and Writing.
honours or four-year degree with at least six full-year
university courses in the first teaching subject and three    Family Studies: As a first teaching subject, applicants
full-year university courses in the second. Applicants to     must present six full-year (or equivalent) courses in
the Intermediate/Senior division must be completing or        family studies, or three full-year (or equivalent) courses
have completed a four-year honours degree.                    from psychology, sociology or social science or a
                                                              combination of these courses, as well as three full-year
Applicants will only be considered for admission if           (or equivalent) courses from Early Childhood Education
they have successfully completed a minimum of two             (ECE), business studies, health studies or fashion
full-year university courses for the first teaching subject   studies, in any combination. As a second teaching
and one full-year university course for the second            subject, applicants must present three full-year (or
teaching subject with at least a “B” average by the           equivalent) courses in family studies, or two full-year
December 1, 2010, deadline. If applicants present more        (or equivalent) courses from psychology, sociology
than the required number of courses, the average will         or social science or any combination, as well as one
be calculated using the highest grades.                       full-year (or equivalent) course in ECE, business studies,
                                                              health studies or fashion studies.
Important notes
Applicants may select only one from the four business         Fine Arts (Dance, Dramatic Arts, Music –
options   offered    (Accounting;  Entrepreneurship;          Instrumental and/or Visual Arts): Applicants
General;   or   Information    and    Communication           selecting a teaching subject from the fine arts must
Technology). Applicants cannot combine any of the             also have at least three full-year (or equivalent) studio
                                                              courses.

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Geography: Applicants must have a course in
“Introduction to Geoinformatics” (or its equivalent).

Health and Physical Education: Applicants must have
a minimum of two activity courses, and are required to
attach a list of activity courses to the Supplementary
Information Form. Activity courses include swimming,
soccer, gymnastics, etc.

History: Applicants must have at least one full-year
(or equivalent) Canadian History course. As well,
applicants will be given preference if other history
courses reflect the diverse nature of society. Thus, we
would recommend social history courses (involving
themes such as race, gender, ethnicity and class), and
courses reflecting the histories of non-western nations.

International Languages: Applicants cannot select a
combination of International Languages as their first
and second teaching subjects.

Law: Criminology courses, law and society courses, and
courses from an LLB degree are acceptable.

Mathematics: Applicants must have completed
three full-year (or equivalent) courses spanning
all of the following subject areas: calculus; linear
algebra; probability and statistics; and proof-based
mathematics. Statistics courses taken in other subject
areas (e.g. psychology or sociology) may only account
for a maximum of one half course towards the teaching
subject requirement.

Science – Biology: Applicants may use kinesiology
courses towards their teaching subject, provided the
kinesiology courses contain sufficient human anatomy
or physiology topics.

Science – General: Applicants must have completed a
combination of at least three full-year (or equivalent)
courses spanning two of the following subject areas:
biology, chemistry, and physics. We accept additional
courses from earth and atmospheric space science or
natural science.

Social Sciences – General: Applicants must have
completed courses in at least three full-year (or
equivalent) courses spanning two of the following
subject areas: anthropology, humanities, psychology,
philosophy, sociology and social science.




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