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Course Description

Through discussions, workshops, and presentations, candidates in Reading Part 1 develop their capacity to help students from kindergarten through grade 12 learn to read, write, and learn. Candidates begin by studying the research about how we learn to read. Then candidates apply that knowledge to plan effective literacy assessment and instruction. They develop an increased capacity to select appropriate procedures and materials to help students learn to read and write individual words and to understand text. Candidates learn how to help students learn to express their thoughts and feelings when they speak, write, and create multimedia presentations.

Notes

Teachers holding qualifications in technological education are also eligible to take this Three-Session Qualification course.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites for Part 1:

  1. Certificate of Qualification:
    Must be a registered member of the Ontario College of Teachers.

Please Note:

Any exceptions and additional requirements are noted below.

  • Part I courses do not lead to a divisional entry on the Ontario College of Teachers' Certificate of Qualification. See Primary, Junior/Intermediate, and Senior Basic Qualifications.

Recommendations

Successful completion is a final grade of C-
Upon successful completion of the course, a recommendation will be sent to the Ontario College of Teachers.
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Section Title
Reading Part 1
Type
Online
Dates
Jan 12, 2023 to Mar 30, 2023
Total Hours
125.0
Delivery Options
Online  
Instructors
Section Notes

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: JANUARY 1, 2023 AT 11:59 P.M. EST - LATE REGISTRATION BEYOND THIS DEADLINE MAY BE AVAILABLE IF SPACE PERMITS.

This session will run for 10 weeks (March Break excluded). Your learning will take the form of in-depth online discussions, readings, videos in a facilitator paced asynchronous course.

Learners will be expected to engage in approximately 12 hours of learning per week for a total of 125 hours:

  • 100 hours online learning (asynchronous, but facilitator-led and paced into modules)
  • 25 hours assignments and independent study

Note:

  • Once registered, please visit the Learner Portal to submit your course application and any related documents by the registration deadline (we recommend doing so from a computer for the best user experience)
  • Requests for withdrawal received by the registration deadline will receive a refund. Requests made after this date will require further review. You can find our withdrawal, refund and transfer policy under Resources » OISE CPL Registration Policies
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