Curriculum & Instruction: Teaching and Learning in French: Plurilingualism, Francophonie and Education MEd (online) - Fall 2022
Minimum Technical Requirements
EDUC 834-5 Multilingualism, Language Acquisition, and Language Learning in the School Context asynchronous
Multilingualism, Language Acquisition, and Language Learning in the School Context
A critical examination of key aspects of bi- and multilingualism from the double perspectives of sociolinguistics and language education. Current issues and theoretical developments in the study of multilingualism, identity, and language teaching provide a solid foundation to understand second and third language acquisition and literacy development in bilingual settings, including new perspectives on plurilingualism in language planning in education. The language of instruction will be French.
EDUC 858-5 Intercultural Perspectives and Practices in Francophone School Contexts synchronous intensive
Intercultural Perspectives and Practices in Francophone School Contexts
In this course, students will be introduced to the foundations of intercultural education, and engaged in critically analyzing school practices - including their own underlying assumptions and teaching practices - relating to cultural diversity and identity in multicultural Francophone school contexts. Students will derive classroom applications and become familiar with policies, contemporary research, and practices in the field of intercultural education in Canada and other Francophone countries.
EDUC 823-5 Curriculum and Instruction in an Individual Teaching Speciality asynchronous
Curriculum and Instruction in an Individual Teaching Speciality
An intensive examination of developments in a curriculum area selected by the student. In addition the course will deal with major philosophical and historical factors that influence the present state and future directions of curriculum and instruction.
EDUC 819-5 Studies in Teacher-Student Interaction synchronous intensive
Studies in Teacher-Student Interaction
Consideration of systems for analysing teacher interaction and their use in analysing the student's own classroom teaching. The course will also deal with models of instruction designed to achieve various categories of educational objectives.
EDUC 864-5 Research Designs in Education asynchronous
Research Designs in Education
Designing and interpreting research about education. Introduction to survey techniques, correlational designs, classic experimental and evaluation designs for investigating causal relations, case study methods, interpretive approaches to research. Students with credit for EDUC 814 may not take this course for further credit. Equivalent Courses: EDUC814
EDUC 904-5 Fieldwork III asynchronous
Applied research work on a topic of the student's choice. The Faculty Sponsor will provide further information regarding the Fieldwork course.
EDUC 883-5 MEd Comprehensive Exam asynchronous
MEd Comprehensive Examination
The examination is graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.
The comprehensive exam examines the dynamics of learning and the academic and professional development of research practitioners. This exam enhances the knowledge and skills acquired during the program.
* Program courses and order of delivery may be subject to change.
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- the Faculty of Education
- universities of the Consortium des établissements universitaires de l'Ouest canadien
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