|ED6001||Supervision of Instruction I: Enhancing Learning Culture||3 ch|
|ED6002||Supervision of Instruction II: Coaching and Mentoring||3 ch|
In this course, students will examine how effective coaching and mentoring approaches by school and organizational leaders can improve instruction, teaching effectiveness, and learning outcomes. Course activities will include involvement with theory, research, and exemplary practices related to coaching and mentoring. [ED 6001 and ED 6002 can be done by any order.]
|ED6003||Administrative Theory||3 ch|
|ED6004||Theories of Educational Leadership||3 ch|
|ED6005||Planning of Organizational Change in Education||3 ch|
|ED6007||Legal Aspects of Education||3 ch|
|ED6008||Assessment Literacy for School Leaders||3 ch|
|ED6009||Responsive Leadership for Culturally Diverse Schools||3 ch|
|ED6011||Educational Theory and School Administration||3 ch|
|ED6012||Politics in Educational Administration||3 ch|
|ED6013||Elementary School Administration||3 ch|
|ED6014||Secondary School Administration||3 ch|
|ED6015||Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Design||3 ch|
This course provides an in-depth examination of all stages of conducting quantitative research in education. Topics will include quantitative research designs, development of research questions and testable hypotheses, sampling and sample size, and descriptive and inferential methods of statistical analysis.
|ED6016||Learning Exceptionalities||3 ch|
This course will examine the nature of learning disabilities, as well as current theory and practice for diagnosis and remediation. Restricted to Exceptional Learner students.
|ED6017||Leadership in Liberal Democracies||3 ch|
|ED6020||Education and Teaching in International Contexts||3 ch|
|ED6021||Preparation, Mentorship & Induction of Beginning Teachers||3 ch|
This course will help educators increase their knowledge regarding the preparation, mentorship and induction of both pre-service and beginning in-service teachers. The course includes an examination of: current research on teacher development; Canadian teacher preparation programs; initiatives in beginning teacher mentorship; and teacher induction programs from New Brunswick, Canada and Internationally.
|ED6022||Developing the Middle School||3 ch|
|ED6043||History and Philosophy of Education Ideas||3 ch|
|ED6045||The School and Society||3 ch|
|ED6049||Group Procedures in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
|ED6055||Principles of Academic Assessment||3 ch|
The intent of this course is to provide students with an in-depth review of test theory, administration, and interpretation of standardized measures and evaluation processes relevant to the professional assessment role of resource teachers. Restricted to Exceptional Learner students.
|ED6056||Evidence - Informed Practices in Special Education||3 ch|
This course will provide students with the opportunity to apply methods in program development and evaluation. Focus will be on prevention and intervention approaches for working with exceptional learners. Restricted to Exceptional Learners students.
|ED6061||Teaching Gifted Studies||3 ch|
|ED6064||Behavioral/Emotional Disorders||3 ch|
|ED6066||Advanced Communication Disorders||3 ch|
|ED6068||Support for Learners with ASD||3 ch|
|ED6071||Theories in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
|ED6072||Processes and Skills in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
|ED6073||Counselling the Young Child||3 ch|
|ED6074||Advanced School Counselling and Guidance Practice||3 ch|
|ED6075||Growth Psychology and Human Relations in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
|ED6076||Career Counselling in Schools||3 ch|
|ED6077||Interpersonal Processes and Practice in Counselling Psychology|
|ED6078||Vocational Psychology and Career Counselling||3 ch|
This course provides an in-depth examination of theory, research and practice related to career development and counselling across the lifespan. The focus will be on understanding vocational psychology processes and applying the career counselling interventions with individuals who have diverse characteristics and needs, at different stages in life. Emphasis will be placed on learning to apply contemporary models of vocational psychology to career counselling practice with adults.
|ED6081||Professional Practice and Ethics|
|ED6082||Issues of Diversity in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
|ED6083||Human Development and Education||3 ch|
|ED6084||Assessment in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
|ED6085||Crisis Counselling||3 ch|
|ED6092||Practicum in Exceptionalities||3 ch|
This course will allow students to participate in an applied experience related to planning for students with exceptionalities. Emphasis will be placed on intervention and planning. Restricted to Exceptional Learner students. By permission of instructor.
|ED6098||Practicum in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
Each of these courses provides students with a prescribed period of applied field experience in a counselling setting. The courses are arranged on an individual basis depending on the interests and competence of the student. Students must complete a pre-practicum meeting prior to arranging a practicum. For further information students should contact their program advisors and/or the Program Practicum Supervisor. Prerequisites: ED 6071, ED 6072, ED 6049. Pre/co-requisite: ED 6077, ED 6081. Also note that ED 6098 is a pre-requisite to ED 6099.
|ED6099||Counselling Psychology Internship – Thesis||6 ch|
This course is an applied field experience in a counselling setting for research-based students. The internship must be arranged on an individual basis with an internship site depending on the interests and competence of the student, and the requirements of individual sites. It may be completed over one, two, or three semesters. Students must complete a meeting with the internship coordinator prior to arranging a practicum. Further information about internship can be found in the MED Counselling Internship Handbook. Registration is by instructor permission, which will be granted after the student has met with the internship coordinator and completed the required paperwork. Prerequisites: ED 6071, ED 6072, ED 6077. Pre/co-requisite: ED 6081, ED 6049.
|ED6101||Curriculum Development||3 ch|
|ED6102||Program Evaluation||3 ch|
|ED6103||Foundations of Bilingual and Multilingual Education||3 ch|
This course will examine core issues related to bilingual and multilingual education including: theories of language development, cultural awareness and sensitivity, Global English, language death and genocide, language revitalization, language rights, language as a resource, identity, and empowerment. It will also explore strong and weak forms of bilingual and multilingual programming and assessment, including second and foreign language immersion.
|ED6104||Curriculum Theory||3 ch|
This course examines historical and contemporary perspectives of curriculum theory, and implications for curriculum practices and inquiries.
|ED6105||Current Issues in Education||3 ch|
|ED6108||Special Topics in Education|
|ED6109||Special Topics in Education|
|ED6110||Teaching and Learning in Multilingual Contexts||3 ch|
This course will provide both theoretical and practical information related to the teaching of students learning English as an additional language.
|ED6111||Academic and Professional Writing in Education||3 ch|
|ED6112||Inclusive Second Language Education||3 ch|
This course examines the theoretical constructs of universal design for learning (UDL) and how it intersects with second language teaching and learning. In particular, we will explore foundational principles related to inclusive second language teaching, learning and assessment. Topics include:
|ED6113||Creativity in Education||3 ch|
|ED6114||Creative Inquiry and Practice||3 ch|
Designed to promote inquiry, discourse, visual thinking and creative problem solving, this course will enable educators from across the discipline spectrum to find innovative, inventive and imaginative solutions to problems and applications for creative practice within their individual and professional contexts.
|ED6115||Deconstructing Cultural Diversity in the School||3 ch|
|ED6116||Assessment and Learning||3 ch|
|ED6117||Trends in History Education (Study Tour)||3 ch|
|ED6131||Research as Critical Praxis||3 ch|
|ED6133||Feminist Theory and Education||3 ch|
This course examines some of the main ways in which feminist thought can disturb and disrupt both its own and conventional assumptions about educational practice. It considers contemporary feminist themes, such as the body, representation, difference, engendering knowledge, and the relation between women and the state. The course explores how this work can inform curriculum, classroom pedagogy, educational policy and research.
|ED6135||Interventions in Counselling Psychology||3 ch|
|ED6142||Authentic Teaching||3 ch|
|ED6143||Adult Education: Origins and Trends||3 ch|
|ED6144||Adult Learning||3 ch|
|ED6145||Program Planning for Educators||3 ch|
|ED6146||Methods and Strategies for Facilitating Adult Learning||3 ch|
|ED6153||Adult Development||3 ch|
|ED6156||Gender and Education||3 ch|
|ED6163||Educational Gerontology||3 ch|
|ED6166||Methods and Resource: Theory and Practice I||3 ch|
This course will enhance students’ theoretical knowledge and professional expertise in the application of strategies for exceptional learners. Specific instructional components investigate varied approaches for the promotion of the collaboration and consultation processes, and the design of school-based models for delivery of services to students with exceptionalities. Presentations by key experts are supplemented by applied assignments to enhance teacher knowledge and skills in special education. Restricted to Exceptional Learner students.
|ED6167||Methods and Resource: Theory and Practice II||3 ch|
This course builds on the foundation established in ED 6166 and investigates varied approaches for the promotion of collaboration and consultation processes, and the design of school-based models for delivery of services to students with exceptionalities. Presentations by key experts and supplemented by applied assignments designed to enhance teacher knowledge and skills in special education. Restricted to Exceptional Learner students.
|ED6168||Applied Ethics for the Education and Training of Adults||3 ch|
|ED6175||Supervisory Methods for Resource Professionals||3 ch|
|ED6224||Needs Assessment||3 ch|
|ED6225||Designing Constructivist Learning Environments||3 ch|
|ED6228||Design Instructional Materials||3 ch|
|ED6229||Instructional Design for Online Learning||3 ch|
|ED6254||Children's Literature and Literary Theory|
|ED6255||Aboriginal Education and the Colonial Experience||3 ch|
|ED6301||Introduction to Instructional Design||3 ch|
|ED6302||Educational Technology: Key Issues and Debates||3 ch|
|ED6314||Literacies and Power||3 ch|
|ED6315||Dismantling Educational Discourses||3 ch|
|ED6366||Challenging the Authority of Texts||3 ch|
|ED6415||Research in Mathematics Education||3 ch|
|ED6429||Role of Language in the Teaching of Mathematics||3 ch|
|ED6446||Teaching Problem Solving in Mathematics||3 ch|
|ED6579||Research Topics in Immersion Education||3 ch|
|ED6610||Counselling Psychology Internship||6 ch|
This course is an applied field experience in a counselling setting. The internship must be arranged on an individual basis with an internship site depending on the interests and competence of the student, and the requirements of individual sites. It may be completed over one, two, or three semesters. Students must complete a meeting with internship coordinator prior to arranging a practicum. Further information about internship can be found in the MEd Counselling internship handbook. Registration is by instructor permission, which will be granted after the student has met with the internship coordinator and completed the required paperwork. Prerequisites: ED 6071, ED 6072, ED6077. Pre/co-requisite: ED 6081, ED 6049
|ED6821||Qualitative Methods of Research in Education||3 ch|
|ED6888||MED Capstone Course||3 ch|
A culminating course option for Master of Education course-based students, this Capstone Course serves as a scholarly synthesis and/or extension of the students' learning over the course of their degree. Students are required to draw on the reading, analytical abilities, and research skills developed during the M.Ed. to produce and share a literature-based assignment that demonstrates their learning. Prerequisites: 21ch of MED course work; permission of instructor required.
|ED6902||Introduction to Research in Education||3 ch|
|ED6903||Writing a Proposal||3 ch|
|ED6904||Introduction to Critical Studies in Education||3 ch|
|ED6905||Educational Praxis||3 ch|
|ED6911||Doctoral Seminar I||3 ch|
|ED6912||Doctoral Seminar II||3 ch|
|ED6995||Master's Report||6 ch|
|ED6996||Master's Report||6 ch (3C)|
|ED6997||Master's Thesis||15 ch|
|ED6998||Doctoral Thesis||15 ch|
|ED6999||Education Comprehensive Examination||9 ch|