Aboriginal Teacher Education Program
The Native Educator Instruction Program (ATEP) gives a chance to spend significant time in Native training and qualifies graduates for Ontario School of Instructors affirmation.
Go to Ruler's College for two summer sessions and Manitoulin-North Shore district (Kenjgewin Teg Instructive Organization) for four fall and winter terms. Essential Junior (PJ) divisions (JK-Review 6). Can be entered with grade 12 or equal on the off chance that you are of Native Heritage (Confirmation in Training) or can be entered with a college degree (Single man of Instruction). Many courses instructed by Native teachers, have expanded online network and an accentuation on Native dialects.Experientially based, with 17 weeks of work on instructing in First Countries as well as Common schools. Alumni of the Dip.Ed. who later acquire an adequate degree can apply to Understudy Administrations to have the Recognition changed over to a B.Ed.
Courses and Practicum
Learning openings incorporate the use of Native points of view and world view to hypothesis and practice, critical thinking with companions, survey of Native and other educational programs assets, and directed instructing in a First Countries or Commonplace setting. Courses are adjusted to neighborhood settings and needs, and incorporate Native points of view, adjusting Native particular and understudy focused learning with information of the instructing/learning procedure and research on Native training.
Program material is conveyed through short, concentrated group based course sessions amid the fall and winter at Kenjgewin Teg Instructive Establishment, and on grounds sessions at Ruler's College for two summers. Notwithstanding the required educational programs courses of the general program, all Essential Junior (PJ) ATEP instructor applicants are required to take courses in Native Educator Training, Hypothesis and Expert Practice in Native Instruction, and Native Educator Instruction People group Based Practicum. For more data on course necessities go to the Workforce of Instruction Timetable.
Practicum situations comprise of 17 weeks: 3 weeks in the principal summer; 10 weeks in the fall/winter terms; and 4 weeks in the second summer. Practicum situations are typically finished in pieces of 3 to 4 weeks, and might be finished in the hopeful's home locale. Practicum situations are offered in First Countries schools or potentially Commonplace schools with a critical Native understudy populace. The people group based practicum situations are orchestrated by the on location organizer of the group site.