ressources d'achèvement du diplôme

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Contexte

Le Technological Education Pathway Development Project (TEPD) est un consortium de collèges de l'Ontario, dont le Collège Fanshawe, le Collège Niagara, le Collège Conestoga, le Collège Fleming, le Collège Canadore, le Collège Mohawk et le Collège Boreal. TEPD a développé des possibilités de formation pour les enseignants en éducation technologique avec un diplôme d'apprentissage, de diplôme ou de diplôme supérieur. TEPD s'est associée à Thompson Rivers University en Colombie-Britannique et à IT Sligo en Irlande. Les programmes d'achèvement des diplômes fournissent un mélange de transfert de crédit et de reconnaissance et d'évaluation des acquis (PLAR), et sont offerts par apprentissage en ligne. Ci-dessous, vous trouverez une feuille de spécifications, des exemples de candidats et des FAQ concernant les options d'achèvement du diplôme (en anglais seulement).


TEPD feuille de spécifications

La «Feuille de spécifications» décrit les programmes d'enseignement à distance à la fois à l'IT Sligo et à Thompson Rivers University, ainsi que les différents éléments qui peuvent être considérés en fonction des antécédents et de l'expérience. Les options d'achèvement du diplôme sont un mélange de transfert de crédit et de reconnaissance et d'évaluation des acquis antérieurs (PLAR). OCT et OCTE ont été consultés lors du développement de ces parcours.

Spec sheet (PDF)


TEPD exemples de candidats

L'équipe du projet TEPD a développé des exemples de candidats de différents horizons et compétences. IT Sligo et Thompson Rivers University ont évalué ces exemples de candidats et ont fourni une estimation du montant du transfert de crédit que chacun recevrait. Ceux-ci sont destinés uniquement à une étude de cas. Il est de la responsabilité de l'étudiant de contacter l'institution au sujet de leur transfert de crédit et de la reconnaissance de l'évaluation des acquis. Les exigences du programme dans les deux établissements sont susceptibles d'être modifiées.

Auto Service Technician (PDF)

Cook (PDF)

Design (PDF)

Electrician (PDF)

Hairstylist (PDF)


TEPD FAQs

1. What is the TEPD project?

The Technology Pathway Development (TEPD) project is lead by seven Ontario Colleges. The project team has identified online degree completion pathways for technology teachers who have an apprenticeship, diploma or advanced diploma background.

2. Who is eligible for this pathway?

Any technology teacher or College faculty with an apprenticeship, diploma or advanced diploma background.

3. Where can I complete my degree?

TEPD has identified online degree completion pathways with Thompson Rivers University (British Columbia) and Institute of Technology Sligo (Ireland). Degree completion is offered through 100% online delivery.

4. What about my previous experience?

This pathway is designed to give you recognition for your academic, work, and teaching experience. Credits can be applied to help you earn your degree through Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) and credit transfer.

5. Where can I find more information about the specific degree completion programs?

Please see the ‘Spec Sheet’ which outlines the distance learning programs at both institutions - and the various components that may be considered based on background and experience. The degree completion options are a mixture of credit transfer and Prior Learning Recognition and Assessment (PLAR). OCT and OCTE have been consulted during the development of these pathways.

6. How do I find out more information about applying?

  • For IT Sligo please contact Patrick Lynch, International Manager (Lynch.Patrick@itsligo.ie).
  • For Thompson Rivers University please contact Donald Poirier, Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships, Thompson Rivers University (Dpoirier@tru.ca).
  • We are tracking TEPD candidates by using a standard email subject line: Ontario Tech Ed Degree Pathway. Please indicate in your email which program you are interested in pursuing. 7. Are these degrees approved by OCT? OCT has been consulted during the TEPD project. Candidates will be required to contact OCT individually; however, the degree completion pathways meet the OCT requirements of an ‘acceptable post-secondary degree’. See OCT regulations below: An acceptable postsecondary degree is defined in Ontario’s Teachers’ Qualifications Regulation and it is as follows:

“acceptable post-secondary degree” means a degree for which a person is required to complete at least 90 post-secondary credits or their equivalent and that is,

    1. (a) granted by a post-secondary educational institution authorized to grant the degree under an Act of the Legislature, including a person that is authorized to grant the degree under the Post- secondary Education Choice and Excellence Act, 2000, or
    1. (b) considered by the College to be equivalent to a degree described in clause (a) and is granted by,
      1. a post-secondary educational institution in a Canadian province or territory other than Ontario,
      2. a post-secondary educational institution in the United States that is recognized by, A.the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools,
        1. the New England Association of Schools and Colleges,
        2. the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools,
        3. the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
        4. the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, or
        5. the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or
      3. a post-secondary educational institution located in a country other than Canada or the United States; (“grade postsecondaire reconnu”)

Therefore, in order to determine if a credential satisfies the requirement of an acceptable postsecondary degree, the College uses three different criteria to make the determination as follows:

  • Type/Level – must be a postsecondary degree.
  • Duration - [90 credits or their equivalent (3 years of full-time study)] in addition to the credits awarded or allocated for the professional registration requirement. In other words, if a program combines academic and professional coursework it must be three years and four semesters of study.
  • Accreditation – the institution that granted the credential must be authorized in the jurisdiction to grant degrees at the time the credential was awarded. 8. If I complete my undergraduate degree, will my Teaching Certificate/Diploma be converted into a Bachelor of Education retroactively? Some universities have indicated there is a process for updating the Teaching Certificate to a Bachelor of Education once an undergraduate degree is completed. Contact your institution’s Registrar’s Office to confirm the process and required documentation.

8. If I complete my undergraduate degree, will my Teaching Certificate/Diploma be converted into a Bachelor of Education retroactively?

Some universities have indicated there is a process for updating the Teaching Certificate to a Bachelor of Education once an undergraduate degree is completed. Contact your institution’s Registrar’s Office to confirm the process and required documentation.

Partenaires institutionnels

Les chemins d'achèvement du diplôme TEPD ont été développés en collaboration par les partenaires suivants: