FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS INDTF-DP Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education

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Overview

  • Bachelor of Education five-year joint diploma/degree program with the University of Winnipeg
  • September entry date
  • Annual application deadline: March 1
  • Notre Dame Campus, Winnipeg, and University of Winnipeg 
  • Applicants must apply directly to the University of Winnipeg
  • If you have a criminal record or are listed on a Child Abuse Registry you may not be able to complete this program. See Program Progression Requirements for more info.
  • International applicants contact RRC's International Education Office at intled@rrc.mb.ca or 204-632-2143 for information on this program and space availability

Description
This is an integrated diploma/degree program offered at Red River College and the University of Winnipeg. The program develops the teaching and technical skills you require for teaching the industrial arts and technology education programs in the public school system.

Emphasis is placed on developing your knowledge and skills in the following areas:

  • Manufacturing
  • Power and energy
  • Graphic communications
  • Construction
  • Computer applications
  • Teaching methodology for industrial arts and technology education

When you successfully complete the five-year program you will have earned a diploma in Industrial Arts Teacher Education from Red River College as well as a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Winnipeg.

The Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education-Accelerated program is designed for students who have already completed a Bachelor of Education degree.

The Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education-After Degree program is designed for students who have previously completed an undergraduate degree.

Admission Requirements

Submit your application directly to the University of Winnipeg.  Annual application deadline:  March 1

Regular Admission Requirements

  1. University of Winnipeg Entrance Requirements
    • Meet the admission requirements for and be admitted to the Joint Red River College Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education - Faculty of Education at the University of Winnipeg. See the U of W website for more information.
      and
  2. Transfer Applicants (if applicable)
    • If you have completed course work in any university or college degree or diploma program, you are considered a transfer applicant
    • Transfer applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in university and/or college course work to apply to this program

Mature Student Admission Requirements
If you do not meet the regular admission requirements, but are 21 years of age on or before December 31 in your year of admission, you may apply as a Mature Student. See the University of Winnipeg Calendar for alternatives to meeting the mature student admission requirements. Applications from Mature Students will be reviewed on an individual basis. You must also meet Regular Admission Requirement 2.

Application Instructions

  1. U of W Application
    • Submit an application and your supporting documentation directly to the University of Winnipeg (U of W).
  2. U of W Letter of Offer
    • U of W will send you a letter of offer requesting confirmation of your acceptance into the program and payment of the U of W deposit fee.
  3. RRC Application
    • Once the U of W notifies RRC you’ve been admitted, RRC will send you an e-mail requesting submission of an online RRC application form and payment of the application fee.  You will not need to resubmit your transcripts as the U of W will provide RRC with your grades and GPA information.
  4. Applicant Declaration for Check Documents Form
  5. RRC Letter of Offer
    • After receiving your Applicant Declaration for Checks Documents form and processing your application, RRC will send you a letter of offer requesting confirmation of your acceptance into the program by payment of the RRC deposit fee.

Program Progression Requirements
Program progression requirements are not due within 30 days of applying and should be submitted after you start classes.

  • Criminal Record and Adult and Child Abuse Checks
    • This program requires students to submit current original/official versions of one or more of the following checks:
      • Criminal Record Check (CRC)
      • Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check (CAR)
      • Adult Abuse Registry Check (AAR)
    • If you have a criminal record you may not be able to complete the program
    • If you are listed on an Abuse Registry you will not be able to complete the program
    • For details on this program's requirements, when to obtain and submit the documents, review the Applicant Declaration for Check Documents Form
    • These documents have expiration dates and should not be obtained prior to timeline indicated on the Applicant Declaration for Check Documents form
    • For general information on why RRC requires these checks and for links to check providers such as the Winnipeg Police, visit our Criminal Record Checks webpage
    • Submit your check documents to the RRC program contact listed on the Contact Information section of your program

Locations, Dates and Fees

Costs (estimates only; subject to change)

Program/Student Fees
Year 1
$5,239.001
Year 2
$5,239.00
Year 3
$5,239.00
Year 4
$5,239.00
Year 5
$2,791.002
Books and Supplies
Year 1
$500.00
Year 2
$500.00
Year 3
$500.00
Year 4
$500.00
Program/Student Fees (International)
Year 1
$15,579.003
Year 4
$15,485.004
Year 5
$9,543.005
1Students register at both U of W and RRC. To determine the total cost for program/student fees and books/supplies for years 1 - 5, the costs at the U of W must be added to these figures.
2These fees are based on students taking one 90 hour course/term at RRC.
3Estimate for years 1 - 3.
4Estimate for year 4
5Estimate for year 5. These fees are based on students taking one 90 hour course/term at RRC.

Students may apply for financial assistance through the Manitoba Student Aid program. For general information on applying please call 204-945-6321 or 1-800-204-1685, or visit their website at www.manitobastudentaid.ca, which also includes an online application. For detailed information, please visit one of the RRC Student Service Centres or call 204-632-2327. Applicants requiring financial assistance should complete their student loan applications well in advance of the class start date.

Red River College is a participating institution in the HigherEdPoints program. Through this program, students are able to convert Aeroplan® Miles and TD Points into funds to help cover their tuition. Family members and friends can also contribute to a student’s education by converting their loyalty points - anyone can donate their points to an individual student.

Visit the HigherEdPoints website for more information about the program and/or to set up an account to convert your points.

Program Outline

In addition to the RRC courses listed in Courses and Descriptions, you must complete the following:

Year 1  (credit hours)
U of W  Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W  Academic Writing  (3)

Year 2
U of W   Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W   Learning Theory (3)

Year 3
U of W   Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W   Middle Years Education (3)
U of W   Educational Foundations (3)

Year 4
U of W   Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W   Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment– Reading Senior Years (3)

Year 5
U of W   Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment – Teachable Minor (6)
U of W   Diversity (3)
U of W   School System (3)
U of W   Issues in Urban/Inner City Education (3)
U of W   Professional/support Elective (3)
U of W   School Experience Practicum – Teachable Minor (3)

Application for Continuance
This form must be completed by students who are enrolled in this program, are currently attending classes at the University of Winnipeg, and who will be returning to take classes at Red River College.  Download the form at /Catalogue/files/File/admissions/ContinuanceFormTeacherEd.pdf

Second Teachable and B.A. or B.Sc. Requirements
The technical course work in Industrial Arts/Technology in Years 1-3 at RRC (manufacturing, graphic communications, power and energy and construction) is counted towards a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree at the University of Winnipeg.  To complete the degree and second teachable requirements, the major for the B.A. or B.Sc. degree must be from one of the following teachable subject areas: 

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • English
  • French
  • Geography
  • German
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Kinesiology and Applied Health
  • Physics
  • Theatre and Drama

Courses and Descriptions

(Click the course name to view the description of the course)
Year 1
Term 1Credit Hours
Term 2Credit Hours
Term 3Credit Hours
Year 2
Term 4Credit Hours
Term 5Credit Hours
Term 6Credit Hours
Year 3
Term 7Credit Hours
Term 8Credit Hours
Term 9Credit Hours
Year 4
Term 10Credit Hours
Term 11Credit Hours
Term 12Credit Hours
Year 5
Term 13Credit Hours
Term 14Credit Hours
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
EDUC-1076Seminar and School Experience
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EDUC-1076Seminar and School Experience
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This course offers an examination of the Manitoba Grades K-12 education system. Its major objective is to further students’ understanding of the relevant, social, legal, and political factors that provide the context for life in the classroom and for the teacher-student relationship. This course is intended for all students interested in entering the B.Ed. program, and for students with a general interest in the Manitoba Grades K-12 education system. A practicum equivalent to four weeks in Business/Industrial Arts Technology classrooms provides the experiential link from theory to practice.

EDUC-1076Seminar and School Experience
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This course offers an examination of the Manitoba Grades K-12 education system. Its major objective is to further students’ understanding of the relevant, social, legal, and political factors that provide the context for life in the classroom and for the teacher-student relationship. This course is intended for all students interested in entering the B.Ed. program, and for students with a general interest in the Manitoba Grades K-12 education system. A practicum equivalent to four weeks in Business/Industrial Arts Technology classrooms provides the experiential link from theory to practice.

EDUC-1077Testing and EvaluationRPL
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This course examines a wide variety of assessment targets and analyzes their purpose, techniques, and quality indicators. The focus is on teacher-prepared tests and techniques through methods such as observation; written, oral, and performance tests; peer-and self-reports; portfolio documentation; and direct personal communication used to assess the different learning targets. The course culminates with an analysis of methods of interpreting assessment results and providing feedback and direction that promotes on-going improved instructional decision-making and learning.

Prerequisites:
Consult the program handbook or program coordinator for information on course prerequisites.
EDUC-1078Course Development
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EDUC-1081Manufacturing Technology - Introduction
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EDUC-1083Construction Technology - Introduction 1
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EDUC-1084Power and Energy Technology - Introduction 1
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This course prepares students for teaching in the public school system. Topics covered are done at an introductory level and include basic electronics and activities based on the use of a CNC wood router. The topics will be covered using lecture and hands-on activities.

EDUC-1085Industrial Arts Education Methods and Practicum 1
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This course is designed to introduce students to the planning, preparation, and presentation of course materials and teaching methods utilized in Industrial Arts/Technology Education. Various topics will be examined as an introduction to the background, history, and rationalization of the teaching methods presently used in Industrial Arts/Technology Education. Students will develop basic video recording/playback and data transfer in the micro-teaching section of the course.

EDUC-1085Industrial Arts Education Methods and Practicum 1
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EDUC-1085Industrial Arts Education Methods and Practicum 1
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This course is designed to introduce students to the planning, preparation, and presentation of course materials and teaching methods utilized in Industrial Arts/Technology Education. Various topics will be examined as an introduction to the background, history, and rationalization of the teaching methods presently used in Industrial Arts/Technology Education. Students will develop basic video recording/playback and data transfer in the micro-teaching section of the course.

EDUC-1086Organizing Technology Education Facilities
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This course is designed to introduce students to the design requirements that must be considered in the safe and effective operation of an Industrial Arts/Technology Education facility. Emphasis will be placed on safety, movement of students and materials, locating equipment, and the physical size and shape of the laboratory. Students will also examine the specifications, purchasing, and placement of required equipment tools and supplies. A variety of instructional and organizational systems used in Industrial Arts education will also be explored. Additionally, students will gain experience on the organization, maintenance, and repair of tools and equipment found in an Industrial Arts lab.

EDUC-1088Issues in Industrial Arts/Technology Education
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This course includes the exploration of programming from a PC and applications of microcontrollers using the BASIC computer language and CNC wood router projects. The CNC project will use three-dimensional modelling software for the design process. Other software may be used for generating the codes for the CNC wood router.

EDUC-1089Topics in Industrial Arts/Technology Education
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A seminar/lab course focusing on selected current topics in industrial arts and technology education.

Prerequisites:
EDUC-1116Graphic Communications Technology 1
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Graphic Communications Technology can be described as an area encompassing all of the content of table drafting, printing, art and graphic arts, as well as other communication processes used in business and industry. Traditional practices will be covered if they apply to existing practices in the schools, but the emphasis will be on computerized technology that is used in the public school system. Graphic Communications Technology is concerned with all methods used to convey information in any format and in any quantity from person to person. The course is delivered in a modified competency based format. This first year course will cover communication theory, message analysis, sketching, mechanical drafting, introductory CAD, computer assisted type style modification, screen printing and introduction to darkroom photography.

EDUC-2070Construction Technology - Intermediate
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This applied technology course introduces a complete survey of problem-solving approaches, designs, resources, systems, and impacts of technology in education. Students will explore this rapidly growing field through activity-oriented instruction. Studies within this area are complemented by student-conducted lab activities which emphasize the technical, human, and cultural aspects of technology education. It is the intention of this course to give students entry-level skills for technology education in the public school system.

EDUC-2071Power and Energy Technology-Intermediate
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Activities covered within this course are done in preparation for teaching within the public school system. Using theoretical and practical activities, topics covered include electronics, small engines, and CNC router work (CNC router work involves use of 3D modeling software).

EDUC-2089Manufacturing Technology - Intermediate
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This course deals with processes and procedures used in metalworking at a junior high or middle school industrial arts program. Included are: hand tool processes, machine tool processes, materials, curriculum, instructional methods, and laboratory techniques necessary for day-to-day instruction and operation of a metals classroom.

EDUC-2090Industrial Arts Education Methods and Practicum 2
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This course includes methods and techniques of instruction in senior years industrial arts education including basic principles of learning and teaching, lesson preparation, basic audiovisual material preparation and usage, videotaped microteaching, discussion and evaluation of lesson presentations, and individual and group assignments. This course includes a four-week practicum in the spring term.

EDUC-2090Industrial Arts Education Methods and Practicum 2
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This course includes methods and techniques of instruction in senior years industrial arts education including basic principles of learning and teaching, lesson preparation, basic audiovisual material preparation and usage, videotaped microteaching, discussion and evaluation of lesson presentations, and individual and group assignments. This course includes a four-week practicum in the spring term.

EDUC-2090Industrial Arts Education Methods and Practicum 2
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This course includes methods and techniques of instruction in senior years industrial arts education including basic principles of learning and teaching, lesson preparation, basic audiovisual material preparation and usage, videotaped microteaching, discussion and evaluation of lesson presentations, and individual and group assignments. This course includes a four-week practicum in the spring term.

EDUC-2091Teaching Industrial Arts/Technology Education
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EDUC-2095Graphic Communications Technology 2
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Graphic Communications Technology 2 will cover 2D CADD, architectural table drafting, and image generation. Graphic image generation using vector editing software will be used to create images for air brush and screen printing techniques. Continuous tone photography, film, dark room processing, and an introduction to digital photography will also be covered. The course is delivered in a modified competency based format.

EDUC-3225Manufacturing Technology - Advanced
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EDUC-3226Construction Technology - Advanced
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This course continues the examination of designs, systems, and impacts of technology in education initiated at the introductory level (EDUC 2070). Particular emphasis of the course is placed on the application of design, engineering concepts, and problem solving in a technology education classroom.

EDUC-3227Power and Energy Technology - Advanced
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Basic digital gates are explored individually and combined within circuits. All explored circuits are constructed on a breadboard using DIP packaged integrated circuits. Circuit analysis for the digital circuits is based on the use of truth tables and Boolean expressions. A digital electronics based project is constructed.  Exploration takes place in the programming of microcontrollers using a BASIC based programming language. There is also a CNC activity based on using a wood router, from initial design to final fabrication.

EDUC-3229Graphic Communications Technology - Advanced
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Graphic Communications Technology can be described as an area encompassing all of the content of table drafting, printing, photography, art, and graphic arts, as well as other communication processes used by business and industry. Traditional practices will be covered if they apply to existing practices in the schools but the emphasis will be on the newer computerized technology practices within the constraints of finances and public school usage. Graphic Communications Technology is concerned with all methods used to convey information on any substance, on any material, in any form, and in any quantity from person to person. The course is delivered in a modified competency based format.

PRAC-3008Industrial Arts Student Teaching
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Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process which documents and compares an individual's prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses/programs. For more information, please visit www.rrc.ca/rpl.

Graduate Employment Report

Red River College surveys its graduates on an annual basis to collect data related to the graduates’ employment status, salary, occupation and skill use. In addition, graduates are asked to indicate their level of satisfaction regarding the education they received at Red River College.

Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/graduate-satisfaction for graduate satisfaction and employment reports.

Employment Potential

After successully completing the Bachelor of Education degree program, you are eligible to apply for a Professional Teaching Certificate from Manitoba Education, Training and Youth, which allows you to teach in junior high and secondary schools in Manitoba and other provinces.

Contact Information

For general information about this program or how to apply, contact Enrolment Services at 204-632-2327.

For detailed program information, contact:

The Teacher Education Office
Room C312, Building C
2055 Notre Dame Avenue
Winnipeg, MB  R3H 0J9
204-632-2300
or
The University of Winnipeg
General Inquiries and Information Line
204-786-9159

Students admitted to RRC may submit their criminal record and abuse registry check documents to:
Daryl McRae
Room D201, Notre Dame Campus
dmcrae@rrc.ca
204-632-3765

How to Apply

For information on how to apply to this program, follow the link below.

www.rrc.ca/howtoapply

Student Evaluation of Program

Every year Red River College surveys students, in all full-time programs, to learn more about their college experience. The questionnaire includes questions about students’ experiences with College programs, facilities, and services offered.

Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/student-evaluation-of-program for student evaluation of program reports.

College Support Services

Red River College is committed to student success and provides valuable support services to assist in helping students make the most of their time at RRC.

Visit www.rrc.ca/supports for more information.

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