1 FACULTY OF EDUCATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Rev. FEBRUARY 2015 PLEASE NOTE: FOR STUDENTS BEGINNING PDP SEPTEMBER 2015/JANUARY 2016 AND COMPLETING THEIR EDUC 404 ACADEMIC COURSEWORK DURING SUMMER 2016 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION AS A SECOND DEGREE If you were admitted to PDP with a degree awarded prior to the start of the PDP, and you demonstrate literacy and quantitative competence, you have the opportunity to complete a B.Ed. 2nd degree. The degree is a minimum of 45 upper division education units, and must include an education minor that may be completed within the EDUC 404 (academic coursework) semester of the PDP. PDP CONSISTS OF: EDUC 401/402 = 15 upper division education units EDUC 405 = 15 upper division education units EDUC 404 = a minimum of 15 upper division education units which must be taken in the summer semester. In order to complete the requirements of the B.Ed. 2 nd degree during PDP, you must ensure that the academic coursework taken during the EDUC 404 semester meets the requirements of one of the 12 education minors on page 3. Registration in courses required for the minors is subject to availability. If you have course conflicts in the summer semester it may mean that your B.Ed. 2 nd degree will take longer to complete than PDP. With an appropriate choice of courses it is possible to finish the B.Ed. 2nd degree during PDP. SFU introduced university-wide Writing, Quantitative and Breadth (WQB) graduation requirements for all students completing an undergraduate degree program and who were admitted in the Fall 2006 and onwards. Students admitted to second degrees are exempt from the B requirement but are still required to complete a W and Q course during this degree program. The W requirement is satisfied through successful completion of EDUC 401W/402W (your first semester of the PDP). Students need to ensure successful completion of one Q course during this degree program. In order to enroll in a W course students must demonstrate literacy competence by attaining either 75% or higher in their grade 12 English course or a C- or higher in a transferable post-secondary English course. In order to enroll in a Q course students must demonstrate quantitative competence by attaining either 70% or higher in a secondary Mathematics course or a C- or higher in a transferable post-secondary course that is recognized as a Q course by SFU. Math 190 with a C- or higher meets the requirement to enroll in a Q course. If you have any concerns at all about meeting these requirements, please contact me as soon as possible so we can review your academic record. Students accepted into the PDP who do not meet the literacy and/or quantitative requirements may only be eligible to complete the PDP and not be eligible to complete a B.Ed. 2 nd degree. Quantitative courses being offered during EDUC 404 include: Prospective elementary teachers: EDUC 475-4: Designs for Learning: Elementary Mathematics Prospective secondary Mathematics and Science teachers: EDUC 415-4: Designs for Learning: Secondary Mathematics All other prospective secondary teachers (Humanities/Arts): EDUC 313-3: Numeracy and Society EDUC 375-3: Struggle with Mathematics: Sources and Recovery EDUC 452-8: Environmental Education EDUC 454-4: Measurement & Evaluation in Environmental Education
2 MANDATORY COURSES Elementary PDP students are required to take at least one of the following courses offered in English or French in order to be recommended for certification to the Ministry of Education, Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB). EDUC 472-4: Designs for Learning: Elementary Language Arts EDUC 473-4: Designs for Learning: Reading EDUC 485-8: Designs for Learning: Writing EDUC 467-4: Curriculum and Instruction in Teaching English as a Second Language EDUC 480-4: Designs for Learning: French as a Second Language EDUC 481-4: Designs for Learning: French Immersion & Programme-cadre de Francais EDUC 424-4: Learning Disabilities: Laboratory Secondary PDP students are required by the TRB to take the secondary Designs for Learning (methodology) course(s) in their teachable subject area(s) during the summer semester of the PDP. Secondary Teachable Areas: English: EDUC 412-4: Designs for Learning: Secondary Language Arts Social Studies: EDUC 414-4: Designs for Learning: Secondary Social Studies Mathematics: EDUC 415-4: Designs for Learning: Secondary Mathematics Science: EDUC 416-4: Designs for Learning: Secondary Science Dance: EDUC 430-4: Designs for Learning: Dance Drama: EDUC 457-4: Drama and Education Art: EDUC 477-4: Designs for Learning: Art Music: EDUC 478-4: Designs for Learning: Music French: EDUC 480-4: Designs for Learning: French as a Second Language OR EDUC 481-4: Designs for Learning: French Immersion P.E. EDUC 459-4: Instructional Activities in P.E. (required P.E. course) EDUC 479-4: Designs for Learning: P.E. (if at all possible) Computing Sc. EDUC 482-4: Designs for Learning: Information Technology The TRB expects secondary level students to complete secondary Designs for Learning courses and elementary level students to complete elementary level Designs for Learning courses. You MUST comply with this requirement. In addition, students in the French Module have a mandatory course: French EDUC 480-4: Designs for Learning: French as a Second Language (taught in in French) OR EDUC 481-4: Designs for Learning: French Immersion If you do not choose to do the B.Ed. as a 2nd degree you will still be recommended for certification to the TRB. Also, if you are completing a B.Ed. as a first degree, or another degree at SFU, and using the EDUC 404 units towards that degree, you will still be recommended for certification. Following are requirements for the 12 minors offered by the Faculty of Education when completed as part of the B.Ed. as a 2 nd degree. In order to satisfy the requirements of the B.Ed. as a 2 nd degree one of these minors must be completed. Please note that a few of these minors have lower division requirements and some of the courses have prerequisites. If you think you might have the equivalent lower division course(s) from another institution please contact me so I can review your transcript(s). If you require a pre-requisite waiver for a specific course you must complete the appropriate paperwork and receive permission from the Instructor. Minors being completed on a BEd 2 nd degree often have different course requirements than identified in the SFU Calendar. Please do not use the Academic Progress Report available on the Student Information System (via Planner or Academic Requirements ) to check your BEd 2 nd degree requirements. It does not work for second degrees.
3 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION EDUC 471-4: Curriculum Development: Theory & Practice PLUS 11 upper division Education units EARLY LEARNING (Lower division requirement: PSYC 250) EDUC 464-4: Early Childhood Education EDUC 466-4: Early Childhood Education: Curriculum and Development Seven units from: EDUC 322, 332, 422, 472, 473, 475Q, 465 ELEMENTARY GENERALIST EDUC 475Q-4: Designs for Learning: Elementary Mathematics Only one of EDUC 311, 325, 326, 341, 371, 422, 426, 428, 435, 441, 464, 467, 482, 485 At least one of EDUC 472, 473, 480, 481 If courses above do not add up to a minimum of 15 units then one additional course from: EDUC 430, 457, 459, 474, 476, 477, 478 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION (There are additional fees associated with EDUC 452Q.) EDUC 452Q-8: Environmental Education (Limited space available in this course.) Two of EDUC 412, 414, 415Q, 416, 433, 457, 459, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475Q, 476, 477, 478, 480, 481, 482 FRENCH EDUCATION (For students in the French module, or permission of department. Courses taken towards this minor must be taught in the French language.) EDUC 480-4: Designs for Learning: French as a Second Language OR EDUC 481-4: Designs for Learning: French Immersion Elementary students: 3 of EDUC 474, 475Q, 476, 382 OR Secondary students: 3 of EDUC 414, 415Q, 416, 454Q, 382 (and/or upper division Education courses from an approved list ensuring enrollment in a minimum of 15 upper division Education units taught in the French language, including: EDUC 380 and 450. Students who complete EDUC courses taught in the French language prior to the EDUC 404 semester cannot apply the credit received for these courses towards the EDUC 404 requirements.) INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL EDUCATION (For ITEM students, or permission of department.) EDUC 370-4: International and Intercultural Education EDUC 435-4: Infusing Global Perspectives in Curriculum Two of EDUC 311, 382, 438, 441, 448, 452Q, 454Q, 467, Designs for Learning (only one designs course) (Students cannot receive credit for both EDUC 452Q and EDUC 454Q.) LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Lower division requirement: EDUC 220 or PSYC 250) EDUC 422-4: Learning Disabilities EDUC 424-4: Learning Disabilities Laboratory (EDUC will substitute for Summer 2015) One of EDUC 315 or EDUC 473 AND one of EDUC 426, 427, 428, 475Q PHYSICAL EDUCATION (For secondary PE students, or permission of department.) EDUC 459-4: Instructional Activities in Physical Education EDUC 479-4: Designs for Learning Physical Education Two of EDUC 330, 457, Designs for Learning (only one designs for learning course) SECONDARY MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (For secondary Math or Science students with a minimum of 18 credit hours of post-secondary Mathematics coursework) EDUC 415Q-4: Designs for Learning: Secondary Mathematics EDUC 411Q-3: Investigations in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers One of EDUC 412, 414, 416, 428, 433, 452Q, 467, 469, 477, 478, 480, 481, 482 Additional upper division course(s) in Education to ensure at least 15 units (STUDENTS CANNOT APPLY EDUC 475 TOWARDS THIS MINOR) SECONDARY TEACHING (All 15 units must be completed from the following lists.) At least one of EDUC 412, 414, 416, , 459, 473, 477, 478, 479, 480, 481, 482 At least one of EDUC 313, , 454, 484 (all Q courses) At least one of EDUC 311, 325, 326, 341, 371, 422, 426, 428, 433, 435, 437, 441, 446, 448, 467, 471, 485 There are also minors available in Counselling and Human Development and Educational Psychology. However, students are unable to complete these minors during the EDUC 404 semester of PDP unless they have already completed the lower division requirements and at least 2 or 3 of the upper division course requirements. Please see the Advisor if you have an interest in either of these minors.
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