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About Education at the School of Continuing Studies Education (School of Continuing Studies) at McGill Education (School of Continuing Studies) at McGill Are you teaching full-time? Would you like to upgrade your skills, learn new...
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About Education Programs in Continuing Studies As classroom and cultural realities change, in-service teachers and other educators can learn new strategies and expand their career options by studying with education experts at McGill. The Faculty of Education...
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Programs for Professional Development in Education The Faculty of Education offers the following programs: Programs for Professional Development in Education Diploma (Dip.) Human Relationships, Diversity and Sexuality (30 credits) Graduate...
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Professional Development Opportunities for Education Students in Continuing Studies The Faculty of Education offers enriching programs and courses administered through the School of Continuing Studies for: educational leaders; elementary and middle-school...
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Admission Requirements and Procedures for Education Programs Applications for admission to the programs offered by the Faculty of Education through the School of Continuing Studies can be made through www.mcgill.ca/applying. Your application cannot be...
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Diploma in Human Relationships, Diversity and Sexuality The Diploma in Human Relationships, Diversity and Sexuality focuses on the complexity of relationships in a digital and global world. Taking an intersectional approach with an orientation toward social justice...
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Graduate Certificate in Counselling Applied to Teaching The goal of this program is to enhance teachers' knowledge and skills in a variety of areas. Admission Requirements To be eligible for admission, applicants must: have an undergraduate degree with...
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The goal of this program is to enhance teachers' knowledge and skills in interpersonal relations, communication, interviewing, group organization and leadership, crisis intervention, and career thinking and planning. Each of these knowledge areas addresses the...
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Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Education for Non-Indigenous Educators The goal of this program is to offer professional development for in-service non-Indigenous teachers supporting their growth as more effective teachers in Indigenous communities. The program...
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This 15-credit Graduate Certificate Program offers professional development for in-service non-Indigenous teachers supporting their growth as more effective teachers in First Nations and Inuit communities. The program addresses subjects of particular interest and...
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Certificate in Inclusive Education This certificate is designed to prepare educators to work effectively with students who have special needs. Admission Requirements To be eligible for admission, applicants must: Either: a) Have a diploma of...
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The Certificate in Inclusive Education is intended for regular class teachers, special educators, adult educators, and other educational personnel. The program provides a sequence of courses that will ensure a sound foundation for adapting curriculum and...
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Programs for First Nations and Inuit The Office of First Nations and Inuit Education (OFNIE) The Faculty of Education collaborates with various Indigenous communities and institutions offering programs whose courses are given either at McGill or off campus...
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This 60-credit program provides an opportunity for Algonquin, Cree, Inuit, Mi'gmaq, Mohawk, and Naskapi people to become qualified as teachers. It is offered on a part-time basis in Indigenous communities throughout Quebec in collaboration with, for example, the...
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This 30-credit program is designed for Algonquin, Cree, Inuit, Mi'kmaq, and Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) students who wish to gain a deeper understanding of their Indigenous language, especially in its written form. It is aimed mainly at those who will be teaching their...
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This 30-credit program focuses on developing the particular skills and abilities required of the Indigenous teacher in the middle school of his/her community. It does not lead to provincial certification. Rather, it prepares Indigenous teachers, who are bilingual...
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The 30 credit Certificate in First Nations and Inuit Educational Leadership will focus on the following 5 objectives: (1) developing the core competencies of educational leaders; (2) fostering a self-reflective leader able to partner with parents to create...
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This 90-credit program is designed for teachers who are already certified to teach in elementary schools and who wish to earn a Bachelor of Education degree. Normally, a minimum of 60 credits must be taken in the program, and no more than 30 credits may be...
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This program is offered by the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology through First Nations and Inuit Education. This 30-credit program is designed to provide Indigenous school personnel advisers with a training program that will enable them to learn...
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Academic Regulations for Education Students in the School of Continuing Studies It is the responsibility of the student to read, understand, and abide by the regulations and procedures in this publication. Academic Standing A minimum grade of C is required...
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