PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS TEALP-PC Teaching for Learning in Applied Education

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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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-1025Teaching for Learning 1RPL
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In this foundational course, students will explore best teaching practices for the design and delivery of lessons that actively engage learners.Students will begin to identify and analyze personal and well-known teaching philosophies of learning including Indigenous perspectives and their impact on establishing and maintaining a safe and inviting learning environment. Students will further examine and develop these best practices in EDUC-2025.

EDUC-2025Teaching for Learning 2RPL
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This course focuses on refining skills related to lesson design that were introduced in EDUC-1025. Students will explore questioning techniques as effective strategies to facilitate demonstration lessons and group discussions, as well as basic rubrics as guides to assess learning. Students will examine the educational perspectives of others and the principles of Universal Design for Learning, to inform the unique learning needs of a variety of learners. Students will also reflect on and further developing personal philosophies and current teaching practices.

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EDUC-2026Effective Learning EnvironmentsRPL
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In this course, students will explore, develop and document a variety of prevention and communication strategies that help ensure complex interactions between students, instructors and materials are conducive to learning and are safe for students, instructors and school property. Specific attention will be given to applying non-verbal and oral interventions as well as logical consequences to manage and maintain an effective learning environment.

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EDUC-3025Teaching for Learning 3RPL
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In response to the needs of today‚Äôs diverse learners, educators need to offer student-centered approaches. In this course, students will focus on how to design inquiry based learning activities that recognize this diversity and thus allow learners to guide their own learning and work cooperatively with others. An exploration of how Indigenous perspectives align with, and could be incorporated into this approach to learning, is facilitated.

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EDUC-3026Assessment for Learning and TeachingRPL
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This course will focus on assessment as a process to inform teaching and learning. Students will create a variety of assessments that are authentic and align with learning outcomes including rubrics, checklists, test items, portfolios and case studies. Students will learn to assess higher order thinking, facilitate self and peer-assessment and to apply assessment principles that ensure fair, inclusive and effective.

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EDUC-4025Course PlanningRPL
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In this course, students will apply their knowledge of teaching for learning to identify and plan a unit within a course. Working from source documents such as course outlines, occupational analyses, apprenticeship training standards or accreditation criteria, students will develop a unit plan that includes outcomes, formative and summative assessment strategies, instructional approaches, and required resources. Students will place an emphasis on organizing course materials that are easily accessible for all learners.

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