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3 edition of A history of elementary teacher training in Ontario found in the catalog.

A history of elementary teacher training in Ontario

L. J. Dupuis

A history of elementary teacher training in Ontario

by L. J. Dupuis

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ryerson, Egerton, -- 1803-1882.,
  • Teachers -- Certification -- Ontario,
  • Teachers -- Training of -- Ontario -- History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 135 leaves.
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20016050M

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A history of elementary teacher training in Ontario by L. J. Dupuis Download PDF EPUB FB2

A HISTORY OF ELEMENTARY TEACHER TRAINING IN ONTARIO by L. Dupuis Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in the Faculty of Arts, Ottawa University, Ottawa, Ontario. Ottawa, Canada, “Ontario’s system of elementary school teacher training had achieved a marked degree of expansion, organization and consolidation” (Fiorino, p.

34). The seven normal schools graduated students in In addition, summer courses provided hundreds of teachers with specialized training in particular subjects. School Books Box ED 1 History of education. (Ontario Teachers' Manuals). Toronto: United Press, Limited.

c School Books Box ED 1 The training of teachers-in-service. by Ontario Public and Separate School Inspectors. Toronto: Clarke-Irwin Co. Ltd. School Books Box ED 1 ELOCUTION The principles of eloquence. Abbe Maury,File Size: KB. Curricula ( to present): for both elementary and secondary levels, including the “Grey Book,” which contained elementary curriculum for grades from Curriculum support material: including approved textbook lists (Circular 14), resource guides for specific programs and units, and radio and television program schedules and teaching guides from the Educational Television Author: Oise Library.

This is the first of a four-part history of Ontario public elementary teachers and their federations. We will learn about ETFO and its predecessor organizations, the challenges they faced and the victories they achieved.

We will learn that: Federations work steadfastly to promote and. A separate Teacher's Guide to the book series will be published in spring Educators can contact Fitzhenry and Whiteside, toll-free, at for school discounts.

Explore how the Canadian Museum of History connects to your classroom curriculum. Historical Thinking theory is the foundation of today’s new classroom curricula. Learn how museums can help you and your students during our educator workshops for kindergarten to Grade 12 (Secondary 5 in Quebec) teachers and museology students.

TEACHERS IN ONTARIO: A HISTORY LESSON. as contracts for allOntario teachers ran out on Aug. Elementary school teachers are set to return to the table Sept. established in public schools for training purposes. Universities then took over responsibility for teacher training.

The Archives has records of model and normal schools. Universities have records from the mids onward. Normal and model school records have information on individuals studying to become teachers in Ontario.

ETFO is the professional and protective organization represent teachers, occasional teachers and education professionals employed in Ontario’s public elementary schools. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario was created in Some final thoughts.

Throughout their histories, the federations were always ahead of their times, looking for ways to improve conditions for elementary teachers and protect and advance their rights in good and in challenging times.

AMI Training is always done face-to-face as opposed to online or distance education. Montessori training includes Montessori theory and child development lectures, demonstrations of the Montessori materials, supervised practical time with the Montessori materials, seminars, observation of children, practice teaching in Montessori classrooms, material making and the preparation of the teacher.

Collection overview The Ontario Textbook Collection includes elementary and secondary school texts approved for use in Ontario circa toas well as some materials used in nineteenth-century schools which were not authorized by the Ontario Department of Education.

Beginning inauthorized and approved textbooks were listed on the annual department publication. All textbooks approved for use in Ontario Kindergarten to Grade 12 classrooms are listed on the Trillium List found on the Ontario Ministry of Education website.

Both Faculty of Education Library locations maintain a collection of currently approved K textbooks. The Trillium List contains the titles of those textbooks approved by the Minister of Education for use in Ontario schools.

The textbooks named on the Trillium List have been subjected to a rigorous evaluation in accordance with the criteria specified in Section 4 of Guidelines for Approval of Textbooks.

Elementary school teachers are with their students throughout most of each school day and generally teach multiple subjects. So, to become an elementary school teacher, you must study a diverse range of subjects, such as art, reading, math, and science.

Elementary education programs also cover topics like child psychology and child development. Teachers who complete their teacher education program in Ontario have the required areas of study – commonly known as Basic Qualifications – to teach in two consecutive divisions – Primary/Junior, Junior/ Intermediate, Intermediate/Senior or Grades 9–10/ Grades 11–12 in technological education.

Education in Ontario comprises public and private primary and secondary schools and post-secondary institutions. By right of the constitution of Canada, Roman Catholics are entitled to their own school system.

Four large, overlapping publicly funded school systems provide primary and secondary education, organized into school districts: 31 English public, 29 English Catholic, 4 French public. Narratives similar to Cubberley’s remained a staple of the history of education portion of teacher training for some time.

A textbook that candidates enrolled in Ontario teacher training and certification programs used in the s is a worthy example of the Cubberley school. The numbers exclude teachers on leave and LTO teachers. There w FTE LTO teachers, consisting of 7, elementary and 3, secondary LTO teachers.

Inthere were 7, FTE administrators (principals and vice-principals), consisting of 5, elementary and 1, secondary administrators. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library.Teacher Training. Perhaps the most effective means of improvement in the past eighty-five years has been teacher training. Normal schools were established in New Brunswick and Ontario inin Nova Scotia inin Prince Edward Island inand in Quebec in ; but for many years only a small proportion of teachers receiving.The history of education in Canada covers schooling from elementary through university, plus the ideas of educators, plus the policies of national and provincial governments.

InCharles Phillips divided the history of public schooling in Canada into four periods or stages: The first was characterized by church-controlled education and lasted from the early s through to the mid s.