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1 Aboriginal Teacher Certification Program Program Handbook Aboriginal Education Summer Programs

2 (ATCP) The provides students of Aboriginal descent, the opportunity to earn a Diploma in Education or a Bachelor of Education Degree from Nipissing University and a Certificate of Qualification from the Ontario College of Teachers with qualifications to teach Primary/Junior divisions in all schools in Ontario. Vision Statement To celebrate and deliver culture, heritage and language through curricula that reflects and respects the worldview of Ontario s Aboriginal peoples. Mission Statement The mission of the Aboriginal Teacher Certification Program is to develop Teachers of Aboriginal ancestry who deliver curricula based in Aboriginal traditional teachings and culture infused with strong pedagogical skills and approaches and theories. Application Procedures For this Program, you must be of Aboriginal descent and meet the following qualifications: 1. Minimum completion of Ontario Grade 12 or equivalent. a. Candidates without grade 12 can be admitted if they are 21 years or older and have been out of school for two years or more 2. Completion of one of the following: Early Childhood Education Diploma (ECE) An Undergraduate Degree Native Classroom Assistant Diploma Program (NCADP) Native Special Education Assistant Diploma Program (NSEADP) Native Language Teaching Certificate (NLTC or equivalent) Social/Education Counsellor 3. Three years of successful volunteer or paid experience working with Primary/Junior division students in an educational setting. Candidates must have a minimum of 700 hours of experience per year.

3 Program Components The program consists of two parts: two consecutive summer sessions at Nipissing University in North Bay, Ontario, and two in-school internships with a qualified teacher, in a classroom setting, during the school year. Summer classes are held for 6 weeks starting the first week of July and ending early August. Students are enrolled in mandatory courses for the program. All courses are held during the week from Monday to Friday. Evenings and weekends are dedicated to preparing and completing course assignments. Part One Part Two July/August Sept-June July/August Sept-June Courses Courses EDUC 4146 EDUC 4664 EDUC 4147 EDUC 4674 EDUC 4158 Practicum EDUC 4159 Practicum EDUC 4168 of six weeks EDUC 4169 of seven EDUC 4178 in length EDUC 4179 weeks EDUC 4186 EDUC 4187 in length Practicum Details In order for students to successfully complete the ATCP program, all students must complete 13 weeks of practicum in an Ontario classroom delivering curriculum expectations in the primary/junior divisions. Students are required to successfully complete one internship session in each of the primary and junior divisions. For example, if you intern in the junior division (grade 4-6) during the first session, then you must intern in the primary division (grade 1 3) during your second session. P l e a s e note: All students must submit a recent criminal reference check and a vulnerable sector screening to Nipissing University before the commencement of Part 1 of the program. Criminal reference checks are eligible for one year and students must provide ongoing documentation each year they are enrolled in the ATCP program. Failure to provide a recent criminal reference may result in the withdrawal from the program or delay in the start of the practica.

4 Completion of Summer Courses in Part One After the successful completion of all courses in Part One (1 st summer), students are reported to the Ontario College of Teachers to be eligible to receive a Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration. This Transitional Certificate of Qualification will allow students to be employed by school boards and/or authorities to teach Primary/Junior grades in Ontario schools. The Transitional Certificate of Qualification is valid for six years. If you do not complete your program within six years, your Transitional Certificate will expire and you must complete a teacher education program before you can reapply to the College. For specific information on applying to the Ontario College of Teachers, please visit their website at Successful Completion of Program To graduate from the, students must: a) Satisfy all of the stated requirements for the diploma; b) Students must be successful in all practicum sessions; c) Complete all courses with a minimum of 60% in each course. After the successful completion of all Parts of the ATCP program, students are reported to the Ontario College of Teachers to be eligible to receive a Certificate of Qualification in the Primary/Junior divisions. Students must make arrangements to have official transcripts directly sent from Nipissing University to the Ontario College of Teachers. Successful students will receive a Diploma in Education from Nipissing University. If entering the program with an undergraduate degree from an accredited post-secondary institution, students may be eligible to receive a Bachelor of Education degree. Please note: Students who complete an undergraduate degree within 10 years of completing the requirements for a teaching certificate and who obtain an overall average of 70% on the required courses in the will be eligible for a Bachelor of Education degree. Contact the Office of the Registrar for graduation procedures upon completion of the undergraduate degree. Process to Graduate Once all components of the program have been successfully met, students will need to apply to graduate from the program. The Application to Graduate form is available online from the Office of the Registrar. To be eligible to graduate and attend the June convocation ceremony, forms must be completed and submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the end of April/beginning of May. If forms are received after this time, diplomas/degrees will be processed for August.

5 Accessing Student Records - MyNipissing MyNipissing is a comprehensive internal program that permits a student access to his/her individual personal, academic and financial information. Webadvisor (accessible through MyNipissing) is your access to: Viewing and printing unofficial transcripts Reviewing your financial statements Personal Contact information To access MyNipissing, students will be provided a login and password upon enrolling in your program. The login and password are confidential and the Office of Aboriginal Initiative will not have access to this information. Therefore, we ask that you write down this information in the booklet below to ensure you have a hardcopy of this information. MyNipissing login: MyNipissing password: Student Number: If you misplace this information and are unable to login into MyNipissing, please call University Technology Services at ext or your request to University Communication As a student, you will be provided with a university address. All official correspondence from the university will be sent to this address (not your personal address). Your university service is accessed through MyNipissing (see above). Throughout the academic year, the university will send messages to you pertaining to general university programs and events. In addition to these messages, you will also receive important updates and messages from the. It is important that you access this account to ensure you are receiving up-to-date information specific to your program (ie. practicum information, etc.)

6 Student Supports The Office of Aboriginal Initiatives, located in F215 (across from the finance office) provides many supports and services while you attend courses on campus in July. Our entire staff is available to assist you in many areas, including academic, financial and personal supports. Student Success Coordinator: Our Student Success Coordinator provides comprehensive supports for students. This staff member works with students in finding resources, provide academic counseling, or simply sit and chat with students. During the summer, the Student Success Coordinator will work with our Student Council in organizing activities and events to make your learning experience more enjoyable! Elder-in-Residence: Our Elder is available for any student who requires one-on-one guidance and support. In addition, our Elder will conduct weekly sharing circles for students during the program. Academic Tutors: Academic Tutors are available in class, after class and weekends to assist any student with assignments and other course requirements. Residence Facilitators: A Residence Facilitator is available every evening at residence for students who require assistance. Printer/Scanner/Copier: For your convenience, a printer/scanner/copier has been placed in the 3 rd floor common room in Founders House Residence. As well, desktop computers and printers are available in the lounge of the Office of Aboriginal Initiatives. Family Support Programs To support students in their goal in achieving academic success, the Summer Aboriginal Education Programs has developed a number of daily activities for families of our students. Youth Experience Program: The Youth Experience Program is a series of weeklong learning experiences for children aged 3 to 12 years of age. Each week, youth will engage in a series of exciting learning activities designed to keep your child engaged and entertained while attending classes. Field trips to local attractions (Lake Nipissing beaches, museums, etc.) are included throughout the activities. Science, Engineering and Mathematics Camps Under the supervision of trained camp counselors, students will be working in science labs and the outdoors in the fields of ecology, space science outdoor education and other science-related fields. Incorporating Aboriginal perspectives, every week will feature an exciting science topic and will include fun outdoor activity time. Interested participants may sign up for one or more weeks; each week will offer different opportunities and experiences. The program runs daily from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

7 Services and Hours of Operation Summer 2013 Harris Learning Library Monday Thursday: Friday: Closed on Weekends 8:30 am 6:00 pm 8:30 am 4:00 pm Computer Labs (A120, A126, A128, A130, A139) Monday Thursday: 8:00 am 9:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am 7:00 pm Saturday: 10:00 am 7:00 pm Sunday: 10:00 am 5:30 pm Main Cafeteria Monday Friday: Closed on Weekends 8:00 am 2:00 pm Tim Hortons (beside Main Cafeteria) Monday Friday: 7:30 am 3:30 pm Closed on Weekends Student Athletic Centre Monday Friday: 8:30 am 8:30 pm Founders House Residence Front Desk Mon/Wed/Friday 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Sunday 11:00 am 2:00 pm Tues/Thurs/Sat 2:00 pm 4:00 pm

8 Course Descriptions Part 1 EDUC 4146 Curriculum Studies 1 (Primary/Junior), Part 1 Language Arts psychological and sociological factors influencing language learning: the language processes (listening, speaking, reading, writing); usage and grammar as functions of children s communication needs; current theories of reading instruction; expressive, transactional and poetic writing; children s literature; native literature (traditional and contemporary); developmental programs in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Drama drama as an expressive art; dramatic play, mime, improvisation, story drama, program development in drama. EDUC 4158 Curriculum Studies 2 (Primary/Junior), Part 1 Health and Physical Education an examination of curriculum components that constitute a balanced health and physical education program for children in the Primary and Junior division with special emphasis on Aboriginal lifestyles and communities; participation in activities that promote growth in the four developmental channels of physical and health education; an investigation of current approaches designed to meet individual needs of children. Visual Art an introduction to art education with a focus on the interdependent relationships among contemporary art education, philosophy, psychology, methodology and art content with special emphasis on Aboriginal art perspective; studio activities which will provide first-hand experience with a variety of art materials, tools processes and techniques pertinent to the classroom. Music- a study of music curriculum which promotes aesthetic development through experiences in singing, playing listening, creating, moving and dramatizing; an examination of systems which develop the skills of reading and writing the language of music; the study of traditional Aboriginal music taken from a variety of Aboriginal cultures. EDUC 4168 Curriculum Studies 3 (Primary/Junior), Part 1 Mathematics the underlying structures and unifying principles of mathematics; the development of basic mathematical concepts in students in the Primary and Junior Divisions; an investigation of current approaches which link mathematical understanding to development in children. Science the underlying structures and framework of principles and concepts of science and technology; the development of science processes and attitudes; an examination of Aboriginal perspectives on the environment; an investigation of current approaches and instructional strategies which link scientific understanding to child development. Social Studies fundamental concepts and instructional strategies in Social Studies in the Primary and Junior Divisions; developing an understanding of the relationship of earth s peoples with their social and physical environments in the past and present focusing on Canada s First Nations and their relationship within their own communities and within the country as a whole; promoting insights into the global community and its implications for the life of today s pupil.

9 EDUC 4178 Curriculum Methods (Primary/Junior), Part 1 A study of teaching and learning in the Primary and Junior Divisions relevant to selected models of instruction and considering the distinctive needs of Aboriginal learners. An introduction to the role of educational media in the teaching-learning process, stressing the unique characteristics of various media, the principles of effective preparation and application of teacher materials. EDUC 4186 Education and Schooling/Educational Psychology (Primary/Junior), Part 1 An introduction to major components of education in the Primary and Junior Divisions of elementary schools stressing history, philosophy, sociology and psychology; developing an awareness of First Nation jurisdiction over education and its implications; and an understanding of Aboriginal child-rearing practices and their impact on the education of Aboriginal children. EDUC 4664 Observation and Practice Teaching (Primary/Junior) Credits: 5 Students arrange to teach in a Primary/Junior classroom under the supervision of local school authorities and Schulich School of Education faculty. Note: ATCP students are required to successfully complete one internship in each of the primary and junior divisions. Part 2 EDUC 4147 Curriculum Studies 1 (Primary/Junior), Part 2 A continuation of the study of Language Arts psychological and sociological factors influencing language learning: the language processes (listening, speaking, reading, writing); usage and grammar as functions of children s communication needs; current theories of reading instruction; expressive, transactional and poetic writing; children s literature; Native literature (traditional and contemporary); developmental programs in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Drama drama as an expressive art; dramatic play, mime, improvisation, story drama, program development in drama. EDUC 4159 Curriculum Studies 2 (Primary/Junior), Part 2 A continuation of Health and Physical Education an examination of curriculum components that constitute a balanced health and physical education program for children in the Primary and Junior division with special emphasis on Aboriginal lifestyles and communities; participation in activities that promote growth in the four developmental channels of physical and health education; an investigation of current approaches designed to meet individual needs of children. Visual Art an introduction to art education with a focus on the interdependent relationships among contemporary art education, philosophy, psychology, methodology and art content with special emphasis on Aboriginal art perspective; studio activities which will provide first-hand experience with a variety of art materials, tools processes and techniques pertinent to the classroom. Music- a study of music curriculum which promotes aesthetic development through experiences in singing, playing listening, creating, moving and dramatizing; an examination of systems which develop the skills of reading and writing the language of music; the study of traditional Aboriginal music taken from a variety of Aboriginal cultures.

10 EDUC 4169 Curriculum Studies 3 (Primary/Junior), Part 2 A continuation of the study of Mathematics the underlying structures and unifying principles of mathematics; the development of basic mathematical concepts in students in the Primary and Junior Divisions; an investigation of current approaches which link mathematical understanding to development in children. Science the underlying structures and framework of principles and concepts of science and technology; the development of science processes and attitudes; an examination of Aboriginal perspectives on the environment; an investigation of current approaches and instructional strategies which link scientific understanding to child development. Social Studies fundamental concepts and instructional strategies in Social Studies in the Primary and Junior Divisions; developing an understanding of the relationship of earth s peoples with their social and physical environments in the past and present focusing on Canada s First Nations and their relationship within their own communities and within the country as a whole; promoting insights into the global community and its implications for the life of today s pupil. EDUC 4179 Curriculum Methods (Primary/Junior), Part 2 A study of teaching and learning in the Primary and Junior Divisions relevant to selected models of instruction and considering the distinctive needs of Aboriginal learners. An introduction to the role of educational media in the teaching-learning process, stressing the unique characteristics of various media, the principles of effective preparation and application of teacher materials. EDUC 4187 Education and Schooling/Educational Psychology (Primary/Junior), Part 2 A continuation of the study of the philosophy and sociology of education in the Primary and Junior Divisions; a study of the needs of exceptional children; background knowledge and evaluative skills for curricular decisions. EDUC 4674 Observation and Practice Teaching (Primary/Junior) Credits: 5 Prerequisite: EDUC 4664 Students enroll in EDUC 4674: Observation and Practice Teaching (Primary/Junior) and teach in primary or junior classrooms under the supervision of local school authorities and Schulich School of Education faculty. Note: ATCP students are required to successfully complete one internship in each of the primary and junior divisions.

11 Contact Information Aboriginal Education Summer Programs Schulich School of Education Nipissing University North Bay, ON P1B 8L Chris Hachkowski Cindy Hare Office of Aboriginal Initiatives Laurie McLaren Lorie Hall Christine Stefanizzi Emily Couchie Mair Greenfield Principal, Aboriginal Programs Student Success Coordinator Executive Director Secretary to the Executive Director Student Links Program Officer Student Success Coordinator-Aboriginal Advantage Program Community Service Learning Officer ext F215-E ext F215-B ext F215-F ext F ext F215-C ext F215-A ext A212

12 Discover our education programs specifically designed for Aboriginal Learners Aboriginal Teacher Certification Program Native Classroom Assistant Diploma Program Native Special Education Assistant Diploma Program Teacher of Anishnaabemwin as a Second Language Program Office of Aboriginal Initiatives Nipissing University 100 College Dr., Box 5002 North Bay, ON P1B 8L7

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