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The Faculty is directed by a council responsible to the Senate of the University. The Council is composed of the dean, the two vice-deans, the vice-dean and secretary of the Faculty, the four program directors, one full-time student per program and six professors.

The executive committee of the Faculty is composed of the dean, the two vice-deans, the vice-dean and secretary of the Faculty and three professors.

The various programs offered by the Faculty are governed by the program council composed of the program director and professors.

Other regular committees of the Faculty are the research and staff development committee, the educational policy committee, the educational equity committee, the graduate studies programs council and the executive committee of graduate studies programs.

The department offers a collaborative program in Women’s Studies at the MA level. For more information on these programs, see “Admission”.

General Information

In addition to consulting the information given below, students registered for a graduate degree in education should refer to the general regulations published by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FGPS) for the current year. These regulations apply to all master's and doctoral students at the University of Ottawa and contain additional information on program requirements, registration, supervision of students, examinations and grading, time limits, thesis regulations, fees.

Master in Education (MEd)

The master in education program includes a minimum of ten courses (30 credits) except in educational counselling, which requires a minimum of twelve courses (36 credits); normally a minimum of eight courses must be taken at the Faculty of Education (ten in the case of educational counselling). Courses taken in other faculties/universities must be related to the field of studies, and must have prior approval from the program director. The program is offered in the following six concentrations:

  • Organizational Studies in Eduation.
  • Teaching, Learning and Evaluation.
  • Second Language Education.
  • Society, Culture and Literacies.
  • Educational Counselling.
  • Health Professions Education.

Master of Arts in Education (MA)

The master of arts in education program is intended for candidates who wish to undertake research in a specific domain of educational study. It is offered in the following six concentrations:

  • Organizational Studies in Eduation.
  • Teaching, Learning and Evaluation.
  • Second Language Education.
  • Society, Culture and Literacies.
  • Educational Counselling.
  • Health Professions Education.
Search all research fields for members of the teaching staff

The professors included in the list below are members of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. This means that they are authorized to supervise or co-supervise theses. A complete list of the faculty and staff members associated with the program can be found at http://education.uottawa.ca/graduate?lang=en




ANDREWS, Bernard, Associate Professor
Curriculum planning; development and re-structuring; program implementation and evaluation; gender equity and creative processes in music and arts education; integrated approaches to research; integrated and responsive approaches to research

ARNOTT, Stéphanie, Assistant Professor

AUDET, Cristelle, Assistant Professor
Counsellor education and supervision; Psychotherapy; Social justice; Therapist self-disclosure

BANGOU, Francis, Assistant Professor
Critical pedagogy (Curriculum and pedagogy); Information and communication technologies (Technology, mathematics and sciences); Literacies (Language and literacies); Multiple literacies (Language and literacies)

BARWELL, RICHARD, Associate Professor
Applied linguistics and mathematics education; ESL education; discourse analysis; discursive psychology; linguistic ethnography in education; ethics in educational research, Mathematics education; Mathematics classroom discourse; mathematical word problems; multilingualism in mathematics education; social and cultural issues in mathematics education

BÉLANGER, Nathalie, Associate Professor
Sociology of special education; sociology of childhood; minority education; education and francophonies; School and community; diversity and education

BERGER, Marie-Josée, Full Professor
Teaching and learning; language proficiency evaluation amoung language minority communities; program evaluation; reflective practices

BOLDUC, Jonathan, Associate Professor
Éducation musicale et psychologie de la musique; éducation préscolaire et développement de l'enfant; enseignement interdisciplinaire (musique/langue); éveil à la lecture et à l'écriture

BOUDREAU, Pierre, Associate Professor
Supervision pédagogique; formation pratique à l'enseignement; efficacité de l'enseignement; didactique de l'éducation physique

CHITPIN, Stephanie, Associate Professor
Curriculum theory; knowledge building; teacher education; the role of portfolios in teacher professional development; contemporary issues in teaching and learning; qualitative research methodology

COOK, Sharon, Full Professor
Women's history; educational history; women and educational pressure groups; women and evangelical religion; gender issues in education; history of health education; including anti-alcohol and anti-tobacco

COUSINS, J. Bradley, Full Professor
Evaluation capacity-building and the implementation and consquences of participatory and collaborative forms of evaluation and applied research

DALLEY, Phyllis, Associate Professor
Minority language education; esp; social processes of inclusion and exclusion at school

DE SIMONE, Christina, Assistant Professor
Educational psychology; cognitive and metacognitive strategies; pedagogical innovations; problem-based pedagogies; teacher learning and teacher practices; higher education; mixed-methods methodologies

DIONNE, Anne-Marie, Associate Professor
Family aspects that impact the development of children's literacies; specifically in disadvantaged or multicultural communities

DIONNE, Eric, Assistant Professor
Évaluation des apprentissages; modèles de mesure; méthodes quantitatives

DIONNE, Liliane, Associate Professor
Développement professionnel des enseignants en sciences; enseignement et apprentissage des sciences; communauté d'apprentissage; méthodes de recherche participatives

DUCHESNE, Claire, Associate Professor
Processus d'apprentissage chez l'adulte; apprentissage en milieu de travail; le processus d'engagement professionnel chez des enseignantes du primaire; le choix de l'enseignement à l'élémentaire comme seconde carrière; méthodes de recherche qualitati

DUPLÀA, Emmanuel, Assistant Professor
Instruments de conception et de scénarisation pédagogique; symbolismes et ingénierie pédagogique; formation en ligne, formation de formateurs; méthodes praxéologiques d'enseignement et de recherche

DUQUETTE, Cheryll, Full Professor
Teacher Education: Native teacher education programs, Special education: inclusion of students with exceptionalities; Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD); parental advocacy

FLEMING, Douglas, Assistant Professor
ESL immigrant education; qualitative case-study research methods; language and literacy policy and planning; second language policy development; co-operative learning; teacher agency in curriculum decision making

FLEURET, Carole, Assistant Professor
Français écrit en langue maternelle et en langue seconde; milieux plurilingues et pluriethniques; stratégies d'écriture

FORGETTE-GIROUX, Renée, Adjunct Professor
Évaluation des apprentissages en salle de classe et à grande échelle; politiques, pratiques, stratégies et qualités métrologiques des instruments; évaluation de l'enseignement; modèles de supervision et instruments d'évaluation

GAZZOLA, Nicola, Associate Professor
Professional identity of counsellors; counsellor education and supervision; psychotherapy process research

GRAVES, Barbara, Associate Professor
Research into learning informed by sociocultural theory; embodied cognition; and complexity science; mathematical reasoning in problem-solving; mathematics teaching and learning; classroom discourse processes

HAMSTRA, Stanley, Associate Professor

HAMSTRA, Stanley, Cross-appointment

HERRY, Yves, Full Professor
Psychopédagogie; petite enfance; enfance en difficulté

IBRAHIM, Awad, Full Professor

ISABELLE, Claire, Associate Professor
Rôle des directions d'école dans la réussite scolaire des élèves; leadership des directions d'école, contextes de formation des directions d'école; travail collaboratif et les communautés d'apprentissage; utilisation des TIC en gestion et en formation des directions d'école

KANE, Ruth, Associate Professor
Initial teacher education; induction of beginning teachers; teacher self-study; student voice in learning and schools; social justice in teaching and teacher education

KOSZYCKI, Diana, Full Professor
Causes and treatments of anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder. Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy. Spirituality and mental health.

LAURIER, Michel, Full Professor
Testing and evaluation; Assessment of language competencies and developing computerized testing instruments

LAVEAULT, Dany, Full Professor
Évaluation scolaire; évaluation formatrice; métacognition et psychologie cognitive; motivation scolaire; auto-évaluation et autorégulation des apprentissages, évaluation de performances complexes; évaluation authentique; normes et standards professionnels; approche par compétence (curriculum et évaluation); étude de la généralisabilité

LEBLANC, Raymond, Full Professor
Autism; developmental disabilities; learning style; language and communication; learning disabilities, qualitative methodologies, cultural psychology, quality of life

LÉVESQUE, Stéphane G., Associate Professor
History education; historical thinking and learning ; new media and technology in education; citizenship education; social studies and curriculum instruction; Canadian and military history ; history of education and race relations

LLOYD, Rebecca, Assistant Professor
Exploring the cultivation of 'vitality' and 'flow motion' in the teaching and learning experience; enhancing and refining somatic and affective awareness through developing pedagogical movement competence

MACDONALD, Colla, Full Professor
Curriculum design and evaluation; E-learning

MACLURE, Richard, Full Professor
Education; social policy; and youth rights in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America; children's education in situations of conflict and post-conflict circumstances; international aid to basic education; civil society, NGOs & basic education in developing countries; participatory action research (focus on children & women)

MALTAIS, Claire, Associate Professor
Psychopédagogie; petite enfance; littératie

MASNY, Diana, Full Professor
Teaching and language learning; learning processes; literacies, early childhood; minority language education; second language education

MCLEAN, Lorna, Associate Professor
Global citizenship education, gender, history of citizenship and education, youth, curriculum and Social Studies, transnational biographies, cultural studies, pedagogy and teacher education

MCMURTRY, Angus, Assistant Professor
Collective learning; e-learning; complexity science; interdisciplinary theorizing; and interprofessional teamwork and education

MONTGOMERY, Cameron, Assistant Professor
Formation des maîtres (affectivité, stress, résolution de problèmes sociaux); adaptation scolaire (TDAH, dépistage des problèmes sociaux affectifs); milieu minoritaire francophone (exogamie, assimilation linguistique)

MORAWSKI, Cynthia, Associate Professor
Learner in difficulty; literacy; language arts; women and education

MOREAU, Katherine, Cross-appointment

MUJAWAMARIYA, Donatille, Full Professor
Formation à l'enseignement; didactique des sciences; enseignement des sciences et femmes; éducation multiculturelle et antiraciste; questions des inégalités en général

NG-A-FOOK, Nicholas, Assistant Professor
Curriculum theory; curriculum studies; curriculum inquiry; internationalization of curriculum studies; indigenous studies; postcolonial studies; cultural studies; women and gender studies; autobiographical/biographical/narrative inquiry research

PALULIS, Patricia, Associate Professor
Curriculum theorizing in language, literacy, culture and spatiality; post-structural, post-colonial and psychoanalytic discourses within interdisciplinary studies; reading and writing as a doubling gesture of (inter)textuality; research as performati

PARÉ, David, Full Professor
Counsellor education and supervision; Postmodern theory and practice in counselling; multicultural counselling; social constructionism; narrative and collaborative therapies; reflecting teamwork; epistemological issues in counselling and therapy, Family therapy

REIS, Giuliano, Assistant Professor
Science education and environmental education in diverse learning settings (formal, non-formal, and informal); science and the environment in the media (including textbooks); teacher education; qualitative research; discourse analysis

SAMSON, André, Associate Professor
Les approches qualitatives de recherche; les transitions de vie et développement de carrière à l'âge adulte; éducation et formation à la carrière; spiritualité et travail

SÉNÉCHAL, Carole, Cross-appointment
Autism; Cognitive ability; Mental health; Neuroscience, Psychometrics, Psychopathology

SIMON, Marielle, Full Professor
Évaluation des apprentissages en salle de classe; édumétrie; évaluations à grande échelle

SLOMP, David, Adjunct Professor
Writing assessment; curriculum and pedagogy; social consequences of assessment; literacy education

SMITH, David, Full Professor
Bullying and victimization in schools: causes, consequences, and interventions; the counselling profession in Canada: professional identity, work roles, career satisfaction; professional counselling ethics and ethics education, Valid and invalid uses of assessment instruments in counselling

ST-GERMAIN, Michel, Emeritus Professor
Gestion scolaire; perfectionnement des cadres scolaires; systèmes éducatifs dans les pays en développement; planification et prospective

STANLEY, Timothy, Full Professor
Antiracism; antiracist history; Chinese Canadian and British Columbia history; post-colonialism and cultural studies

SUURTAMM, Christine, Associate Professor
Mathematics teaching and learning; classroom assessment; analysis of teaching; teacher education and professional development; curriculum analysis

TAYLOR, Maurice, Full Professor
Adult learning and development; adult literacy and basic education; workplace education and training; adult assessment

THÉBERGE, Mariette, Associate Professor
Enseignement et apprentissage des arts; processus de création; formation à l'enseignement

THÉRIAULT, Anne, Associate Professor
Auto-soins des thérapeutes; processus thérapeutique; supervision clinique; sentiments d'inefficacité chez les psychologues

TIPPETT, Christine, Assistant Professor

TOUMA, Georges, Assistant Professor
Différents aspects de la didactique des mathématiques au secondaire et au collège; modélisation algébrique en sciences expérimentales

TRUDEL, Louis, Assistant Professor
The science laboratory; the discussion method in science; the comprehension process in science; the attitudes of students and teachers toward science; the training of science teachers; problem solving in science

TRUMPOWER, David, Assistant Professor
Assessment of conceptual knowledge (especially in mathematics and the sciences); instructional methods for enhancing conceptual knowledge and problem-solving skill; application of cognitive/learning theories to education

VAILLANCOURT, Tracy, Cross-appointment
Aggression; Bullying in schools; Mental health (children); Social neurosciences

VARPIO, Lara, Assistant Professor
Use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in medicine; interprofessional communication and education; activity theory; and actor-network theory

VIGNOLA, Marie-Josée, Associate Professor
Didactique du français langue seconde; écriture en français langue seconde; formation des enseignants en français langue seconde; programmes d'immersion française; programmes de français de base, technologie éducative en français langue seconde

WESTHEIMER, Joel, Full Professor
Democracy and education; teacher professional community; school reform; civic activism, citizenship, and social justice; service learning and youth leadership; sociology of education; teacher education

WHITLEY, Jessica, Associate Professor
Inclusive/special education; students with learning disabilities and emotional/behavioural disorders; promoting positive mental health outcomes in schools

WOOD, Timothy, Cross-appointment
The area of rater cognition especially around the degree that first impressions influence rater judgments.

It should be emphasized that the requirements for admission listed below are minimum requirements and do not guarantee admission to the program.

  • Candidates holding a baccalaureate with honours in education or equivalent (a general baccalaureate and a teaching certificate obtained after at least one year of teacher education), with a minimum overall undergraduate average of 70 per cent (B), may be admitted directly to the master's program, except for Educational Counselling (see item 3 below).
  • Candidates who hold an honours baccalaureate with at least 70 per cent (B) average but who do not hold an honours baccalaureate degree in education are required to take an Extended Program comprised of three additional courses during the MEd. These courses are intended to expose candidates to foundational concepts, theories, and research in education. Candidates can request a reduction in the number of required Extended Program courses on the basis of previous university course work and/or professional experience that is directly related to education. Requests must be made in writing to the Admission Committee at the time of application to the MEd Program and no later than the second session of registration. They must include all relevant information and documents relating to the courses and/or work experience for which credit is sought.
  • In addition, Educational Counselling candidates must have a minimum of 5 university courses (15 credits) in the Social Sciences. A minimum of 3 out of these 5 courses (9 credits) must be advanced courses (i.e. 2nd year or higher) in psychology; one of the psychology courses must be a course in personality theories.
  • Candidates for the concentration in Health Professions Education must have an honours bachelor’s degree in Education or the equivalent (an honours bachelor’s degree in science, in health sciences or in a related field) and at least 2 years of full-time teaching experience in a health related field in an accredited educational institution or in another teaching context (e.g., clinical supervision);
    OR
    a professional degree (such as an MD, BScN) or a graduate degree (Master’s or PhD) in science, in health sciences or in a related field.
  • Applications for admission will not be considered until all supporting documents have been received. Correspondence should be directed to the academic secretariat of the Faculty of Education.
  • Students and the faculty are bound by conditions which exist at the time of admission and initial registration.
  • All candidates must understand and speak fluently the language of instruction, either French or English.

Requests for admission are examined by an admissions committee.

To find the application deadline, please check the program-specific requirements under "Application Procedures and Information" at the following address: www.grad.uOttawa.ca/apply. Information is also available on the Faculty of Education website at: http://www.education.uOttawa.ca.

Application Procedure

All completed files for admission to graduate studies will be evaluated by the admissions committee concerned.

To find the application deadline, please check the program-specific requirements under "Application Procedures and Information" on the website of the Faculty of Education.

The Faculty of Education as well as the FGPS cannot give assurance that a candidate whose application and supporting documents are received after the deadline will be able to register for the session requested.

Candidates who wish to be admitted to a graduate program in Education must complete the application on-line. Supporting documents must be sent to the Graduate Programs Academic Secretariat of the Faculty of Education.

Documents Required for Admission

  • The application for admission should be completed on-line.
  • Official transcripts of all previous university studies including a proof of degree: transcripts must show all courses, all marks, the awarding of degree(s) and the grading scale (i.e. passing grade).
  • A curriculum vitae.
  • MA (all concentrations): in addition to these requirements, candidates must present a written outline of their research interests. Admission will be dependent on the availability of a thesis supervisor whose research interests are compatible with the student's area of interest.
  • MA and MEd in Educational Counselling: candidates must provide a curriculum vitae and a narrative statement (four pages for MA, two pages for MEd) describing (a) how previous academic and work experiences prepare them for the program in Educational Counselling; (b) how the program will help them realize their career goals; and (c) for the MA, what field of research is of interest to the candidate.
  • MA (all concentrations) and MEd (Educational Counselling): at least two confidential letters of recommendation from professors or employers who have known the applicant and are familiar with the applicant's work. These letters should describe the applicant’s aptitude for graduate studies. For Educational Counselling, these letters must indicate the applicant's suitability for a professional career in counselling.
  • Health Professions Education: Candidates without a university professional degree or a graduate degree must demonstrate teaching experience by submitting a Statement of Teaching Experience form.
  • A request for equivalence or advanced standing, if applicable (see the section "Equivalence and Advanced Standing").

Evaluation of Applications

When an admission file is complete, it will be evaluated by the admissions committee. Candidates will be able to check the status of their application on-line.

In exceptional cases, an applicant may be asked to attend a selection interview at the Faculty.

Candidates for Educational Counselling are selected according to the criteria listed below based on all the relevant information in the admission file. These criteria are ranked in order of the weight they are given in selection decisions:

  • Academic achievement.
  • Preparation for the MEd program in Educational Counselling.
  • Personal suitability for a career in counselling.

Change of Program

Request for changes of concentration and transfer must be submitted, using the appropriate form, at least one month prior to the intended start of the new program.

Collaborative Program in Women's Studies at the Master's Level

The MA Program in education participates in the collaborative program in women's studies at the master's level. This program has been established for students wishing to enrich their graduate education by including an interdisciplinary component in women's studies. The specific requirements of collaborative program include two core courses in women's studies, four courses in education, one of which is compulsory (EDU6290), and a thesis on a topic related to women's studies.

Students must apply for acceptance into the women's studies collaborative program at the same time as they apply for admission to the MA program.

For further details, please consult the Women’s Studies program on the FGPS website.

Language Requirements

Applicants whose first language is neither French nor English and who wish to be admitted to English-language graduate programs in the Faculty of Education must provide proof of proficiency in English.

Please contact the Faculty of Education at educprog@uottawa.ca or at 613-562-5804 for information about other acceptable language tests.

Students should normally apply for acceptance in the women's studies collaborative program at the same time that they apply for admission to the MA program in Education.

For further details, please consult the Women’s Studies program on the FGPS website.

Language of Instruction

The Faculty offers courses in English, French and some in both languages. Attention is given to offering a balanced selection of courses each year.

Equivalence and Advanced Standing

  • Upon presentation of an official transcript and the course description, the program director may grant equivalence for graduate work done in another recognized university or as a special student in the Faculty of Education. A maximum of two courses (six credits) may be granted.
  • In some cases a student who already holds a graduate degree (master’s or doctorate) may, upon being admitted to a second master’s or a second doctoral degree, be granted equivalencies for courses completed for the first degree. To be eligible, the courses must meet the following three conditions: 1) be deemed relevant by the program's Admissions Committee, 2) have been completed with a grade of at least B, and 3) have been completed within the previous eight years. The number of such credits that can be transferred cannot exceed 25% of the course credits required for the program to which the student is applying.
  • Three additional credits may be recognized for a candidate who has successfully completed part III of a program of additional qualifications identified by the admissions committee as directly related to the concentration in the MEd in which the student is admitted. Candidates must request in writing an evaluation of additional qualifications for credit at the time of their application for admission.
  • No credits will be given for the following:
    a) courses or work completed eight years or more before the date of the request for admission.
    b) course work with a final grade lower than "B".

Master of Education (MEd)

All candidates for the Master's degree in education (MEd) must select one of the following concentrations as a focus of their studies:

  • Organizational Studies in Education.
  • Second Language Education.
  • Society, Culture and Literacies.
  • Teaching, Learning and Evaluation.
  • Educational Counselling.
  • Health Professions Education.

Candidates in Organizational Studies in Education, Teaching, Learning and Evaluation, Society, Culture and Literacies, and Second-Language Teaching Education are required to take a total of ten courses (30 credits), and a minimum of five of these courses must be within their concentration.

Candidates in Educational Counselling are required to take a total of twelve courses (36 credits), and a minimum of seven of these courses must be within their concentration.

Candidates in Health Professions Education are required to take ten courses (30 credits). A minimum of four courses must be within their concentration.

All candidates in all concentrations, except Health Professions Education, are required to take the following two courses as part of their MEd program:

EDU5190 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
EDU5199 SYNTHESIS SEMINAR (3cr.)

All candidates in Health Professions Education are required to take the following three courses as part of the MEd program:

EDU5190 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
EDU5301 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL PLANNING FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS - Part I (3cr.)
EDU5302 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL PLANNING FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS – PART II (3cr.)

Candidates in all concentrations are permitted to choose three optional courses according to their professional interests.

Students taking courses at universities which have an agreement with the Faculty of Education may take up to three courses outside the faculty. For other students, the maximum number permitted is two.

Prior approval from the program director must be obtained at least one month before the beginning of any course not taken in the Faculty of Education.

COURSE SEQUENCE:

EDU5190 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
This course must be completed in the first session that it is available to students.

EDU5199 SYNTHESIS SEMINAR (3cr.)
This course must be completed in the last session in which the student is registered in the program.

Extended Program courses can be taken concurrently with regular MEd courses. However, all Extended Program requirements must be completed before students are permitted to register in EDU5199.

MEd students may include one or more of the complulsory MA courses among their optional courses.

CONCENTRATIONS

  • Organizational Studies in Education
  • In addition to the two compulsory courses, EDU5190 and EDU5199, students must select at least five courses from the following.

    EDU5210 PHILOSOPHIES OF EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5222 ETHOGRAPHIES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5230 LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (3cr.)
    EDU5232 HUMAN RELATIONS IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION (3cr.)
    EDU5260 INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM STUDIES (3cr.)
    EDU5262 CURRICULUM, CULTURE, AND TECHNOLOGIES (3cr.)
    EDU5263 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION (3cr.)
    EDU5265 INTERNATIONALIZATION OF CURRICULUM STUDIES (3cr.)
    EDU5299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: METHODS AND PRACTICE (3cr.)
    EDU5461 MANAGING CHANGE IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (3cr.)
    EDU6102 SEMINAR IN CURRICULUM STUDIES (3cr.)
    EDU6110 CURRICULUM, POLITICS AND POLICY IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: THEORY AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (3cr.)
    EDU6422 EDUCATION AND DEMOCRATIC COMMUNITIES (3cr.)
    EDU6426 CITIZENSHIP AND GLOBAL EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6428 SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6460 CURRICULUM, CULTURE, AND LANGUAGE (3cr.)
    EDU7102 SELECTED TOPICS IN ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU7130 SEMINAR IN ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (3cr.)

  • Second Language Education
  • In addition to the two compulsory courses, EDU5190 and EDU5199, students must select at least five courses from the following.

    EDU5146 SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES IN SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5242 TRENDS IN SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING (3cr.)
    EDU5244 BILINGUAL, MULTILINGUAL AND MINORITY CONTEXTS OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5386 SEMINAR ON LITERACY (3cr.)
    EDU5463 CULTURAL STUDIES AND EDUCATION: THEORY AND PRAXIS (3cr.)
    EDU6111 TEACHING AND LEARNING OF LITERACIES IN A SECOND LANGUAGE (3cr.)
    EDU6146 SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING THEORIES (3cr.)
    EDU6203 LEARNING AND LITERACIES (3cr.)
    EDU6241 SECOND LANGUAGE PROGRAM AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION (3cr.)
    EDU6460 CURRICULUM, CULTURE, AND LANGUAGE (3cr.)
    EDU7103 SELECTED TOPICS IN SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU7141 CURRENT RESEARCH IN SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)

  • Society, Culture and Literacies
  • In addition to the two compulsory courses, EDU5190 and EDU5199, students must select at least five courses from the following:

    EDU5210 PHILOSOPHIES OF EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5221 HISTORICAL NARRATIVES AND EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5222 ETHOGRAPHIES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5358 TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE ARTS (3cr.)
    EDU5384 INTERGRATED APPROACHES TO LANGUAGE CURRICULUM (3cr.)
    EDU5386 SEMINAR ON LITERACY (3cr.)
    EDU5463 CULTURAL STUDIES AND EDUCATION: THEORY AND PRAXIS (3cr.)
    EDU5465 GLOBALIZATION AND COMPARATIVE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5466 RACISM AND ANTIRACISM IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6109 YOUTH CULTURE, POPULAR CULTURE AND PEDAGOGY (3cr.)
    EDU6110 CURRICULUM, POLITICS AND POLICY IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6115 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES IN LITERACY ASSESSMENT (3cr.)
    EDU6203 LEARNING AND LITERACIES (3cr.)
    EDU6373 EDUCATION OF MARGINALIZED YOUTH (3cr.)
    EDU6421 PUBLIC MEMORY, LIVED HISTORIES AND EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6422 EDUCATION AND DEMOCRATIC COMMUNITIES (3cr.)
    EDU6426 CITIZENSHIP AND GLOBAL EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6428 SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6429 PEDAGOGIES OF DIFFERENCE (3cr.)
    EDU6460 CURRICULUM, CULTURE, AND LANGUAGE (3cr.)
    EDU7133 SELECTED TOPICS IN SOCIETY, CULTURE AND LITERACIES (3cr.)

  • Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
  • In addition to the two compulsory courses, EDU5190 and EDU5199, students must select at least five courses from the following:

    EDU5113 INCLUSIVE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5160 MATHEMATICAL THINKING ACROSS THE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM (3cr.)
    EDU5188 INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5202 TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5206 PROGRAM PLANNING IN ADULT EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5210 PHILOSOPHIES OF EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5230 LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (3cr.)
    EDU5253 THEORIES OF LEARNING APPLIED TO TEACHING (3cr.)
    EDU5258 LEARNING DIFFERENCES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5261 CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5265 INTERNATIONALIZATION OF CURRICULUM STUDIES (3cr.)
    EDU5274 TESTS AND MEASUREMENT IN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU5286 TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5287 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND LEARNING (3cr.)
    EDU5298 STUDENT ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: METHODS AND PRACTICE (3cr.)
    EDU5357 CURRENT ISSUES IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5358 TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE ARTS (3cr.)
    EDU5381 CREATIVITY IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS (3cr.)
    EDU5384 INTERGRATED APPROACHES TO LANGUAGE CURRICULUM (3cr.)
    EDU5385 CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHILDREN'S LITERATURE AND LEARNING (3cr.)
    EDU5386 SEMINAR ON LITERACY (3cr.)
    EDU5391 INTERACTION OF RESEARCH AND PRACTICE (3cr.)
    EDU5399 DEVELOPMENT OF ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS (3cr.)
    EDU5499 CURRENT METHODS OF STUDENT ASSESSMENT (3cr.)
    EDU5461 MANAGING CHANGE IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (3cr.)
    EDU6103 RESEARCHING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (3cr.)
    EDU6106 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT (3cr.)
    EDU6107 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION PEDAGOGY (3cr.)
    EDU6193 FOUNDATIONS OF MEASUREMENT AND TESTING (3cr.)
    EDU6200 THE ADULT EDUCATOR: ROLES AND BEHAVIOUR (3cr.)
    EDU6203 LEARNING AND LITERACIES (3cr.)
    EDU6204 LEARNING IN ADULTHOOD (3cr.)
    EDU6241 SECOND LANGUAGE PROGRAM AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION (3cr.)
    EDU6259 RESEARCH AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TEACHING MODELS AND PRACTICES (3cr.)
    EDU6293 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING (3cr.)
    EDU6299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: THEORY AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (3cr.)
    EDU7150 SELECTED TOPICS IN TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION (3cr.)
    EDU7151 SOCIOCULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING (3cr.)
    EDU7163 THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU7193 ADVANCED MEASUREMENT THEORIES (3cr.)
    EDU7397 DATA COLLECTION INSTRUMENTS (3cr.)
    EDU8253 COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING (3cr.)

  • Educational Counselling
  • In addition to the two compulsory courses, EDU5190 and EDU5199, students must take a minimum of seven courses in the concentration, including the following six courses:

    EDU5270 ETHICAL AND LEGAL DIMENSIONS OF COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU5271 COUNSELLING: THEORIES AND PRACTICES I (3cr.)
    EDU5471 MICRO-COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU5473 THEORIES OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT (3cr.)
    EDU6473 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELLING I (3cr.)
    EDU6474 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELLING II (3cr.)

    NOTE: Students cannot enrol in more than one internship in any one session.

    And at least one of the following:
    EDU5274 TESTS AND MEASUREMENT IN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU6271 COUNSELLING: THEORIES AND PRACTICE II (3cr.)
    EDU6371 SELECTED TOPICS IN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU6372 MODELS OF CONSULTATION AND CASE MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU6373 EDUCATION OF MARGINALIZED YOUTH (3cr.)
    EDU6470 MULTICULTURAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU6472 SEMINAR AND PRACTICUM IN GROUP COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU6670 COUNSELLING ET ORIENTATION AUPRÈS DES GROUPES MINORITAIRES (3cr.)

  • Health Professions Education
  • In addition to the three compulsory courses, EDU5190, EDU5301 and EDU5302, students must take four courses from at least three of the four themes listed below.

    At least one of these four courses must be specific to health professions education and must be chosen from the following: EDU5105, EDU5202, EDU5261, EDU5286, and EDU5298.

    One of the courses from their concentration may be replaced by a course related to one of the core areas below (with the approval of the Director of the Graduate Studies Program) or by EDU7101 .

    a) Teaching and learning
    EDU5105 INTER-PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS (3cr.)
    EDU5202 TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5463 CULTURAL STUDIES AND EDUCATION: THEORY AND PRAXIS (3cr.)
    EDU5466 RACISM AND ANTIRACISM IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6103 RESEARCHING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (3cr.)
    EDU6200 THE ADULT EDUCATOR: ROLES AND BEHAVIOUR (3cr.)
    EDU6204 LEARNING IN ADULTHOOD (3cr.)
    EDU6259 RESEARCH AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TEACHING MODELS AND PRACTICES (3cr.)

    b) Curriculum
    EDU5206 PROGRAM PLANNING IN ADULT EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5261 CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: METHODS AND PRACTICE (3cr.)
    EDU6299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: THEORY AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (3cr.)

    c) Learning assessment
    EDU5298 STUDENT ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU6193 FOUNDATIONS OF MEASUREMENT AND TESTING (3cr.)
    EDU6293 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING (3cr.)

    d) Technology and Education
    EDU5188 INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5286 TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    EDU5287 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND LEARNING (3cr.)

  • Optional Courses
  • In addition to the compulsory courses and courses required by their concentration, candidates are encouraged to take their remaining courses from among the following:

    EDU6191 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH (3cr.)
    EDU7190 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH I (3cr.)
    EDU7396 TECHNIQUES OF DOCUMENT ANALYSIS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (3cr.)
    EDU7397 DATA COLLECTION INSTRUMENTS (3cr.)

    Interim Report (EDU8999)

    Research requirements for admission to the doctoral program

    Candidates who have a Master in Education without thesis (MEd), and wish to pursue a PhD, must complete an interim report before requesting admission to the PhD program. Candidates should meet initially with the program director. The requirements of the Interim Report are determined by the Faculty of Education. To be granted permission by the Director of Graduate Studies to enrol in EDU8999 (Interim Report - 6 credits per session),

    Candidates must:

    • Have a master's degree.
    • Have basic credits in education.
    • Have research methodology credits related to their chosen research area.
    • Have a strong academic record, with at least a B+ average.
    • Submit a three or four page summary of their research interests.

    The Graduate Studies Program in Education must identify a professor able to supervise the student.

    MA(Ed) Program Requirements

    MA candidates in Organizational Studies in Education, Teaching, Learning and Evaluation, Second Language Education, Society, Culture and Literacies, and Health Professions Education must complete a minimum of six courses (18 credits).

    MA candidates in Educational Counselling must complete a minimum of eight courses (24 credits).

    Candidates in all concentrations must complete two compulsory courses:
    EDU6290 RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    and one of the following:
    EDU6191 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH (3cr.)
    EDU7190 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH I (3cr.)
    EDU7396 TECHNIQUES OF DOCUMENT ANALYSIS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (3cr.)
    EDU7397 DATA COLLECTION INSTRUMENTS (3cr.)

    a) MA candidates in Organizational Studies in Education, Teaching, Learning and Evaluation, Second Language Education, Society, Culture and Literacies, and Health Professions Education must complete four courses of which at least three must be in their concentration.

    b) MA candidates in Educational Counselling must complete the following six compulsory courses:
    EDU5270 ETHICAL AND LEGAL DIMENSIONS OF COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU5271 COUNSELLING: THEORIES AND PRACTICES I (3cr.)
    EDU5471 MICRO-COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    EDU5473 THEORIES OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT (3cr.)
    EDU6473 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELLING I (3cr.)
    EDU6474 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELLING II (3cr.)

    NOTE: Students cannot enrol in more than one internship in any one session.

    c) Candidates in Health Professions Education must take two of the four courses in their concentration from among the following: EDU5202, EDU5261, EDU5286, EDU5298, EDU6101.

    The research and thesis requirement includes:

    • Submission of a written research proposal that meets with the approval of a thesis committee (EDU6997).
    • Presentation of a seminar following approval of the research proposal.
    • Presentation and defence of a thesis (EDU7999).

    All compulsory courses must be taken at the Faculty of Education. Students must obtain approval from the program director at least one month in advance for any course taken outside the faculty.

    Taking into account the student's previous studies, the faculty reserves the right to add to the program of studies any courses which are deemed necessary. Normally, these additional requirements are specified at the beginning of the program.

    The individual program of studies is prepared by the thesis director and approved by the program director.

    Exceptional students registered in the MA program may be permitted to transfer to the PhD program without completing an MA thesis, under certain conditions. For details, see "Transfer from MA to PhD" under "Programs" in "Doctor of Philosophy (Education)".

    CONCENTRATIONS

    Courses listed under the following concentrations are not the only courses available in the MA program. Concentration courses listed in the MEd course bank are also recognized as MA courses.

  • Health Professions Education
  • EDU6101 SEMINAR IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)

  • Organizational Studies in Education
  • EDU7000 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED READING (3cr.)

  • Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
  • EDU7000 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED READING (3cr.)
    EDU7150 SELECTED TOPICS IN TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION (3cr.)
    EDU7193 ADVANCED MEASUREMENT THEORIES (3cr.)

  • Second Language Education
  • EDU7000 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED READING (3cr.)

  • Society, Culture and Literacies
  • EDU7000 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED READING (3cr.)

  • Educational Counselling
  • EDU6191 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH (3cr.)

  • Course Sequence
  • EDU6290 RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3cr.)

    This course should be taken at the beginning of the program.

    Collaborative Program in Women's Studies

    Students admitted to the Collaborative program in women's studies at the master's level must meet the requirements for a master's degree in their primary program as well as the requirements of the women's studies program. Normally, the women's studies courses are recognized as partial fulfillment of the requirements of the student's primary program, in which case the passing grade in the relevant FEM course or courses is the same as that specified for the primary program.

    The Women's Studies requirements are:

    • Two compulsory courses:
    • FEM5300 FEMINIST THEORIES (3cr.)
      FEM5103 FEMINIST METHODOLOGIES (3cr.)

      Students must complete the two compulsory courses before their first registration for the major research paper or thesis.

    • A thesis or major research paper on a topic related to women, gender, feminism or sexualities. The proposed topic must be approved by the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee as well as by the student’s primary program. The thesis or major research paper must demonstrate knowledge of feminist scholarship in the field or fields appropriate to the topic, and of feminist methodologies where applicable.
    • The thesis supervisor must possess Women’s Studies and/or feminist expertise. In the case of a major research paper, the supervisor should, ideally, possess Women’s Studies and/or feminist expertise. If not, one of the readers must possess such expertise. Joint supervision by a professor from the participating unit and a professor chosen by the WSGC may be appropriate in some cases.
    • Thesis or Major Research Paper Proposal: The thesis or major research paper proposal must be approved by the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee as well as by the primary program. Usually the thesis or major research paper proposal is submitted to women’s studies by the end of the third session of the first year of studies. For the primary programs that do not require a proposal, students must still submit a proposal to the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee.
    • Examiner or Reader: One of the examiners (for the thesis) or reader (for the major research paper) must be a person approved by the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee.
    • The passing grade in all courses is C+. Students who fail two courses (equivalent to 6 credits) must withdraw from the program.

    Registration of Thesis Topic

    Master's students must register their thesis topic by the end of the second session of studies.

    Thesis Supervision and Thesis Submission

    The program director ensures that all procedures for thesis supervision and thesis submission specified by the FGPS and the program council of the faculty are followed.
    At the time of admission, the Faculty of Education designates a thesis adviser in consultation with the professor concerned.

    Transfer from MA to PhD

    Exceptional students registered in the MA program may be permitted to transfer to the PhD program without completing an MA thesis, provided they meet the following criteria:

    • Their academic performance must be exceptional: they must have successfully completed five MA courses, including EDU6290, with a minimum average of "A".
    • They must demonstrate an aptitude for high quality research.
    • They must be recommended by their thesis supervisor, two professors who are members of the FGPS and the professor responsible for the course EDU6290. In the event that the thesis supervisor is the professor in charge of EDU6290, a recommendation from a third professor and member of the FGPS will be required.
    • The transfer has been approved by the MA and PhD admissions committee and by the FGPS.

    Students who have spent more than six sessions in the MA program will not be allowed to transfer. Transfers normally occur after the third session, but could occur as early as the second session.

    Transfer students must pass all the courses required for the doctoral program in addition to the five MA courses already completed. The total number of courses required is thus eleven.

    The PhD comprehensive examination must be completed within four sessions of the transfer and no later than seven sessions following inital enrolment in the master's program. Failure to meet this deadline will lead to a return to the master's level.

    Duration of the Program

    The requirements of the program are usually fulfilled within two years. The maximum time permitted is four years from the date of initial registration.

    Residence

    MEd: All students admitted on a full-time basis must be registered full-time for a minimum of two sessions.
    MA: All students must register full-time for a minimum of three consecutive sessions.

    Minimum standards

    The passing grade in all courses is C+. Students who fail two courses (equivalent to 6 credits) must withdraw from the program.

    EDU5105 INTER-PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS (3cr.)
    Examination of educational research, theory and practice related to the professional interdependence of work in the health concentration; study of the impact of interdisciplinary professional principles on teaching and learning strategies, curricular design, and evaluation strategies.

    EDU5113 INCLUSIVE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Critical examination of current issues and research in inclusive and special education.

    EDU5146 SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES IN SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of the social, political and cultural dimensions of learning and teaching an additional language; influences on learners, on opportunities for learning a language and on curriculum, pedagogical materials, and assessment.

    EDU5160 MATHEMATICAL THINKING ACROSS THE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM (3cr.)
    Examination of the development of mathematical thinking with respect to a variety of concepts that appear in school mathematics curricula.

    EDU5188 INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of the implications on teaching practice and learning outcomes in the integration of technology studies across the curriculum.

    EDU5190 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Introduces students to understanding and applying research in education: researching a topic, critical reading, overview of various types of applied research.

    EDU5199 SYNTHESIS SEMINAR (3cr.)
    Integration of theoretical knowledge to contribute to educational practice.

    EDU5202 TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Exploration of the concepts and strategies, methods of instruction in health education; examination of how instruction supports student learning.

    EDU5206 PROGRAM PLANNING IN ADULT EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Exploration of the fundamental concepts necessary to understand program development in adult education; review of conceptual frameworks for planning, recruitment, evaluation and research on program implementation and program building, procedures for making programs more meaningful to adult learners.

    EDU5210 PHILOSOPHIES OF EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Inquiry into selected philosophical perspectives and their effects on contemporary educational thought and practice.

    EDU5221 HISTORICAL NARRATIVES AND EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Critical examination of educational issues in historical perspective: exploration of the roles of race, class, ethnicity, religion and gender in education; historical narratives and their implications.

    EDU5222 ETHOGRAPHIES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Ethnographic perspectives on schools and school cultures, and on the relations between education and broader social-cultural forces.

    EDU5230 LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (3cr.)
    Examination of selected approaches to leadership theory, training, and practice pertinent to the challenges of administration in contemporary educational organizations.

    EDU5232 HUMAN RELATIONS IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION (3cr.)
    Examination of the working functions of administration in relation to people within and otherwise associated with educational organizations; study of motivation and decision-making within static and dynamic situations and of conflict within organizations.

    EDU5242 TRENDS IN SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING (3cr.)
    Study of conceptual frameworks and theories of second language teaching; historical overview of major developments and current trends; critical analysis of theoretical foundations, methods and practices.

    EDU5244 BILINGUAL, MULTILINGUAL AND MINORITY CONTEXTS OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of conceptualizations of bilingual and multilingual education in diverse contexts with an emphasis on Canada; analysis of issues related to the educational success of immigrants and members of minority groups and their integration into schools and society.

    EDU5253 THEORIES OF LEARNING APPLIED TO TEACHING (3cr.)
    Critical survey of theories of learning in historical and contemporary perspectives and their pedagogical implications for classroom practices.

    EDU5258 LEARNING DIFFERENCES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination and critical analysis of research and practice related to the teaching and learning of people with learning differences; diverse educational contexts and perspectives; social construction of exceptionalities.

    EDU5260 INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM STUDIES (3cr.)
    Overview of recurring curriculum issues in historical and contemporary perspectives; introduction to the practices of curriculum theorizing; investigation of the effects of shifting paradigms within the field of curriculum studies.

    EDU5261 CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of theory for current practices related to curriculum design in health professions.

    EDU5262 CURRICULUM, CULTURE, AND TECHNOLOGIES (3cr.)
    Exploration of the theoretical and practical issues of curriculum and program design in relation to culture and technology; examination of the relationships between curriculum, information culture, and E-learning; investigation of the impact of cyber curriculum on cultural identities of teachers and learners.

    EDU5263 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION (3cr.)
    Survey of the theories, research, and practices that have shaped the field of educational administration as both an applied profession and as an area of scholarly inquiry; implications for people, educational structures, and institutional purposes.

    EDU5265 INTERNATIONALIZATION OF CURRICULUM STUDIES (3cr.)
    Investigation of contemporary issues in curriculum studies within an international context: analysis of curriculum reform initiatives in other countries; examination of current trends in international and transnational curriculum movements; exploration of alternative curricular arrangements within global, national, and local contexts.

    EDU5270 ETHICAL AND LEGAL DIMENSIONS OF COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Examination of professional ethical standards and codes of conduct for counsellors; legal and legislative context of counselling; application of ethical decision making; ethical dimensions of professional relationships.

    EDU5271 COUNSELLING: THEORIES AND PRACTICES I (3cr.)
    Critical examination of major personality and counselling theories.

    EDU5274 TESTS AND MEASUREMENT IN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Examination of common tests and inventories used in guidance and counselling; selection, administration, scoring and interpretation of tests in educational settings.

    EDU5286 TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Study of the impact of computer technology on communication and instructional techniques for health professions education; exploration of distance education, on-line learning, and low and high fidelity simulation.

    EDU5287 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND LEARNING (3cr.)
    Research, theory and practice concerning the use of emerging technologies to facilitate learning; the impact of new media on teaching and learning strategies, on curriculum change, on learner attitudes and motivation, and on higher order learning.

    EDU5298 STUDENT ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Exploration of the assessment formats used to evaluate the domains of clinical competence in health care professional training at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels; anlaysis of written and oral examinations, oral and performance-based testing.

    EDU5299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: METHODS AND PRACTICE (3cr.)
    Exploration of principles of effective program evaluation methods; planning; instrument development; data collection, processing and analysis; reporting and follow-up; survey of diverse models of evaluation.

    EDU5301 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL PLANNING FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS - Part I (3cr.)
    Exploration of practical approaches to planning, implementing, and evaluating programs in health professions education, examination of learning needs, learning objectives, learning methods and program evaluation.

    EDU5302 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL PLANNING FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS – PART II (3cr.)
    Exploration of concepts related to curricular reform, implementation of changes in education, selection of approaches to enable learning, and development of valid methods for evaluation of learning and programs of studies in the health professions. Prerequisite: EDU 5301

    EDU5357 CURRENT ISSUES IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of current issued associated with mathematics education, such as educational equity, inquiry-based learning, classroom diversity, and the role of technology.

    EDU5358 TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE ARTS (3cr.)
    Examination of the theoretical foundations of arts-based instruction and arts integration; investigation of the current methods of teaching, learning and evaluation in, about, with and through the arts in a variety of program areas.

    EDU5381 CREATIVITY IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS (3cr.)
    Analysis of theories of creativity in educational settings and their applications to education.

    EDU5384 INTERGRATED APPROACHES TO LANGUAGE CURRICULUM (3cr.)
    Theories and principles underlying the integrated approach to the teaching, learning and assessment of language and literacy (oral and written communication and media literacy); applications of language and literacy practices in specific contexts.

    EDU5385 CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHILDREN'S LITERATURE AND LEARNING (3cr.)
    Critical investigation of children's literature as a factor in social learning.

    EDU5386 SEMINAR ON LITERACY (3cr.)
    Theoretical perspectives in various areas of the field of literacy.

    EDU5391 INTERACTION OF RESEARCH AND PRACTICE (3cr.)
    Examination of the strengths, challenges, limitations and possibilities for enhancing research based practice and practitioner relevant research using quantitative and/or qualitative research.

    EDU5399 DEVELOPMENT OF ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS (3cr.)
    Study of the modalities of assessment of knowledge, skills, attitudes and performance; strategies for developing instruments to assess students learning; examination of instrument quality.

    EDU5461 MANAGING CHANGE IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (3cr.)
    Critical examination of current literature on managing change in educational organizations; theories of change, restructuring, organizational reform and improvement.

    EDU5463 CULTURAL STUDIES AND EDUCATION: THEORY AND PRAXIS (3cr.)
    Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of contemporary popular culture including theories of representation, texts, social identities, and their implications for school practices.

    EDU5465 GLOBALIZATION AND COMPARATIVE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of the interaction between globalization and education; theories of mass education in developing and industrialized countries; comparative perspectives on issues of educational innovation and reform.

    EDU5466 RACISM AND ANTIRACISM IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Theories of "race", racism and antiracism in education; exploration of the challenges of anti-racist education and change.

    EDU5471 MICRO-COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Examination of counselling models, methods and skills; focus on developing personal resources in verbal and non-verbal communication within a counselling model.

    EDU5473 THEORIES OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT (3cr.)
    Analysis of career development theories with emphasis on issues in career decision making and transition.

    EDU5499 CURRENT METHODS OF STUDENT ASSESSMENT (3cr.)
    Essential principles, concepts, skills relative to the selection, construction, critique and use of current student assessment methods; emphasis on classroom practices and large-scale assessments.

    EDU5504 SÉMINAIRE D'INTÉGRATION EN ÉVALUATION DE PROGRAMMES (3cr.)
    Intégration des théories, de la recherche et de la pratique en rapport avec l’évaluation de programmes. Production d’un rapport de recherche sur un thème lié à la théorie et/ou la pratique en évaluation de programmes. Préalables : a) EDU 5299 ou EDU 5699 ou PSY 7503 ou PSY 7103 ou CRM 6759 ou CRM 6359; b) EDU 6299 ou EDU 6699; c) PSY 7102 ou PSY 7502. Il est préférable que l’étudiant ait complété, en plus, un cours facultatif approuvé par la direction du diplôme. Exclusion : PSY 5104.

    EDU5505 FORMATION INTERPROFESSIONNELLE DANS LE DOMAINE DE LA SANTÉ (3cr.)
    Étude des théories et pratiques reliées à l’interdépendance professionnelle du travail et de l’éducation dans le domaine de la santé. Étude de l’impact des principes interdisciplinaires et interprofessionnels sur les stratégies d’enseignement, d’apprentissage et d’évaluation ainsi que sur l’élaboration des programmes d’études.

    EDU5546 ASPECTS SOCIAUX, POLITIQUES ET CULTURELS DE L'APPRENTISSAGE ET DE L'ENSEIGNEMENT D'UNE LANGUE SECONDE (3cr.)
    Étude des dimensions sociales, politiques et culturelles dans l'apprentissage et l'enseignement d'une langue seconde. Examen de leur influence sur les apprenants, sur les conditions qui favorisent l'apprentissage d'une langue ainsi que sur le programme d'études, le matériel pédagogique et l'évaluation.

    EDU5578 INFORMATION SCOLAIRE ET PROFESSIONNELLE (3cr.)
    Aperçu de l'organisation et du fonctionnement des services d'orientation et d'information scolaires et professionnelles. Étude des différents systèmes provinciaux. Analyse, évaluation, classification et utilisation de différents types de documents. Initiation aux banques de données informatisées.

    EDU5581 SCIENCES ET DIVERSITÉS (3cr.)
    Analyse des conditions de production du savoir scientifique dans divers contextes socio-culturels. Identification et analyse des principales problématiques reliées à l'enseignement et à l'apprentissage des sciences.

    EDU5582 MODÈLES MÉDIATISÉS D'ENSEIGNEMENT (3cr.)
    Étude des modèles médiatisés d'enseignement et de leurs applications en présentiel et à distance. Analyse des facteurs individuels et structurels de la réussite de ces modèles.

    EDU5583 CRÉATIVITÉ ET ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Analyse des théories de la créativité. Identification de liens entre le processus créateur, l'enseignement et l'apprentissage auprès d'une diversité d'apprenants. Mise en perspective dans les champs disciplinaires.

    EDU5584 DIMENSIONS, STRATÉGIES ET GESTION DES APPRENTISSAGES (3cr.)
    Étude des dimensions entrant en jeu dans la gestion des apprentissages en milieu éducatif et scolaire. Conception et révision de modèles d'enseignement et de leurs liens avec la gestion des apprentissages.

    EDU5585 PSYCHOPÉDAGOGIE DE L'ENFANCE ET DE L'ADOLESCENCE (3cr.)
    Étude du développement et de l'apprentissage des compétences physiques, émotives, sociales et cognitives d'enfants d'âges préscolaire et scolaire, incluant l'adolescent. Analyse de modèles d'intervention éducative adaptée et des modèles de prévention des difficultés chez l'enfant et l'adolescent.

    EDU5590 INTRODUCTION À LA RECHERCHE EN ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Initiation à la consultation et à l'utilisation de la recherche en éducation : documentation d'une problématique; lecture critique; initiation aux différents types de recherche appliquée.

    EDU5599 SÉMINAIRE DE SYNTHÈSE (3cr.)
    Démarche vers une intégration des savoirs théoriques et pratiques qui doit contribuer à la pratique éducative.

    EDU5600 L'APPRENTISSAGE À L'ÂGE ADULTE (3cr.)
    Examen des théories de l'apprentissage appliquées à l'éducation de l'apprenant adulte. Analyse critique des modèles de mises en pratique de ces théories en situation d'apprentissage.

    EDU5602 STRATÉGIES D'ENSEIGNEMENT PROFESSIONNEL DANS LE DOMAINE DE LA SANTÉ (3cr.)
    Études des concepts, des stratégies et des enjeux de la formation des professionnels de la santé. Examen de la manière dont les pratiques d'enseignement favorisent l'apprentissage des étudiants.

    EDU5611 ÉTHIQUE PROFESSIONNELLE EN ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Étude des concepts et principes du jugement éclairé dans la résolution de dilemmes éthiques. Analyse des enjeux d'une éthique professionnelle.

    EDU5616 PRINCIPALES PROBLÉMATIQUES EN ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Étude des problématiques de l'éducation reliées aux approches philosophiques, aux buts, aux programmes d'études, aux méthodes, aux structures et aux personnels en éducation.

    EDU5618 ÉDUCATION COMPARÉE (3cr.)
    Analyse comparative des systèmes éducationnels au Canada et sur le plan international. Analyse des différentes réformes en cours. Étude des tendances en éducation.

    EDU5630 LEADERSHIP EN MILIEU ÉDUCATIF (3cr.)
    Étude des thèmes et concepts de base en comportement organisationnel appliquées à l'environnement scolaire. Examen des principaux modèles, rôles et pratiques du leadership

    EDU5631 COMPORTEMENT ORGANISATIONNEL (3cr.)
    Étude des interactions entre la structure organisationnelle des entités scolaires et les comportements des acteurs.

    EDU5635 LA POLITIQUE ET L'ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Étude des forces politiques et de leur influence sur la théorie et la pratique en administration scolaire. Analyse des niveaux de politiques. Utilisation des médias. Étude des structures formelles et informelles.

    EDU5642 COURANTS EN DIDACTIQUE DES LANGUES SECONDES (3cr.)
    Étude des cadres conceptuels et des théories de la didactique des langues secondes. Analyse critique des fondements théoriques, des méthodes et des pratiques pédagogiques.

    EDU5653 THÉORIES ET MODÈLES DE L'APPRENTISSAGE (3cr.)
    Analyse des principales théories de l'apprentissage. Étude des applications de ces théories aux pratiques éducatives.

    EDU5658 ÉDUCATION DIFFÉRENCIÉE (3cr.)
    Description et analyse critique d'études et de pratiques de différenciation auprès de l'apprenant en difficulté. Dimensions sociales et politiques de la différenciation. La construction sociale de la différence. La prise en charge de l'apprenant en difficulté dans une construction de compétences.

    EDU5660 THÉORIE ET PRATIQUE DES PROGRAMMES D'ÉTUDES (3cr.)
    Étude des théories des programmes d'études explicites et implicites. Analyse des étapes de la mise en oeuvre.

    EDU5661 CONCEPTION DE PROGRAMMES EN ENSEIGNEMENT PROFESSIONNEL DANS LE DOMAINE DE LA SANTÉ (3cr.)
    Étude des fondements et des pratiques en matière de conception de programmes d'études pour les professionnels de la santé.

    EDU5670 DIMENSIONS DÉONTOLOGIQUES ET JURIDIQUES DU COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Examen des normes et des codes déontologiques de la profession pour les conseillères et conseillers. Étude du contexte juridique et législatif du counselling. Mise en pratique de la prise de décision éthique. Approfondissement des dimensions déontologiques des relations professionnelles.

    EDU5671 LE COUNSELLING : THÉORIES ET PRATIQUES I (3cr.)
    Étude des théories de la personnalité et du counselling et de leur impact sur la pratique du counselling éducationnel.

    EDU5674 TESTING ÉDUCATIONNEL ET PROFESSIONNEL (3cr.)
    Initiation à la sélection, à l'administration et à l'interprétation des principaux tests associés au counselling éducationnel et professionnel (planification de carrière, intérêts, aptitudes, attitudes, valeurs). Accent sur l'utilisation et l'interprétation quantitative et qualitative des tests utilisés.

    EDU5686 TECHNOLOGIE EN ENSEIGNEMENT PROFESSIONNEL DANS LE DOMAINE DE LA SANTÉ (3cr.)
    Étude de l'impact de la technologie de l'information sur la communication et des stratégies d'enseignement dans la formation des professionnels de la santé. Exploration de l'apprentissage à distance, de l'apprentissage en ligne ainsi que des simulations à basse et haute-fidélité.

    EDU5687 MODÈLES D'INTÉGRATION DES TECHNOLOGIES DE L'INFORMATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION EN CONTEXTES ÉDUCATIFS (3cr.)
    Examen des mécanismes d'exploitation des technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) et de leurs liens avec les théories d'apprentissage. Analyse des pratiques exemplaires et des modèles émergents.

    EDU5698 STRATÉGIES D'ÉVALUATION DES APPRENTISSAGES EN ENSEIGNEMENT AUX PROFESSIONNELS DE LA SANTÉ (3cr.)
    Étude des modèles utilisés pour évaluer les domaines de compétence clinique au cours de la formation des professionnels de la santé, tant au niveau des études de premier cycle que des études supérieures. Analyse des examens écrits et oraux et d'épreuves portant sur l'accomplissement de tâches.

    EDU5699 ÉVALUATION DE PROGRAMMES (3cr.)
    Étude des notions de base sur la conception et la gestion de programmes. Analyse des aspects théoriques et pratiques de l'évaluation des programmes. Examens des modèles d’évaluation, de la planification du projet d’évaluation, de la rédaction du rapport d’évaluation et de la méta-évaluation.

    EDU5701 PRINCIPES DE PLANIFICATION SYSTÉMATIQUE EN ENSEIGNEMENT AUX PROFESSIONNELS DE LA SANTÉ, PARTIE I (3cr.)
    Exploration d'une démarche méthodique de planification, de mise sur pied et d’évaluation de programmes éducatifs pour les professionnels de la santé; réflexion sur l’analyse des besoins, les objectifs, les stratégies d’enseignement et d’évaluation des apprentissages et de programmes.

    EDU5702 PRINCIPES DE PLANIFICATION SYSTÉMATIQUE EN ENSEIGNEMENT AUX PROFESSIONNELS DE LA SANTÉ, PARTIE II (3cr.)
    Exploration des concepts rattachés à la mise en œuvre d’un changement dans un milieu éducatif, au choix des méthodes qui favorisent les apprentissages et au développement d’outils valides pour évaluer les apprentissages et les programmes d’études en santé. Préalable : EDU 5701

    EDU5752 ENSEIGNEMENT EN MILIEU MINORITAIRE FRANCOPHONE (3cr.)
    Examen des enjeux reliés à l'apprentissage et l'enseignement en milieu minoritaire francophone permettant de préciser les démarches éducatives pertinentes.

    EDU5757 ENJEUX ACTUELS EN ENSEIGNEMENT ET APPRENTISSAGE DES MATHÉMATIQUES (3cr.)
    Étude des problématiques actuelles en éducation mathématique telles que l'équité, l'apprentissage par investigation, la diversité en salle de classe et le rôle de la technologie.

    EDU5760 COMPRÉHENSION ET RAISONNEMENT MATHÉMATIQUES EN MILIEU SCOLAIRE (3cr.)
    Étude du développement de la pensée mathématique associée à différents concepts présents dans les programmes de mathématiques en milieu scolaire.

    EDU5793 COURANTS EN ÉVALUATION DES APPRENTISSAGES (1cr.)
    Étude des modèles d'évaluation des apprentissages et des initiatives ministérielles. Analyse des finalités d'évaluation (diagnostique, formative, sommative). Approfondissement du processus d'évaluation.

    EDU5794 ÉVALUATION DES APPRENTISSAGES : PRINCIPES D'ÉQUITÉ (1cr.)
    Étude des concepts de validité, fidélité, équité et faisabilité en milieu scolaire. Étude des diverses étapes du processus d'évaluation. Analyse de la transparence des pratiques d'évaluation.

    EDU5795 RESPONSABILITÉ DE L'APPRENANT ET DU SYSTÈME À L'ÉGARD DES APPRENTISSAGES (1cr.)
    Mise en valeur de la participation de l'apprenant et de sa performance optimale. Étude des rôles des personnes intervenantes. Harmonisation des évaluations à petite et à grande échelle. Approfondissement des notions de contrôle et de compte rendu.

    EDU5796 ÉVALUATION DES COMPÉTENCES (1cr.)
    Étude du concept de compétence. Comparaison des divers types d'évaluation de l'apprentissage selon les dimensions visées. Identification d'instrumentation appropriée.

    EDU5797 STRATÉGIES D'ÉVALUATION DES APRENTISSAGES (1cr.)
    Comparaison des stratégies traditionnelles vs les stratégies complémentaires et directes. Étude du dossier d'apprentissage comme outil d'évaluation. Intégration de l'évaluation aux activités d'apprentissage. Application du processus d'élaboration d'instruments de qualité.

    EDU5798 INTERPRÉTATION ET DIFFUSION DES RÉSULTATS D'ÉVALUATION (1cr.)
    Comparaison de divers schèmes d'interprétation. Étude de divers types de bulletin scolaire. Analyse du processus de prise de décision, du suivi et de la rétroaction.

    EDU5799 ÉLABORATION D'INSTRUMENTS D'ÉVALUATION DES APPRENTISSAGES (3cr.)
    Étude des modalités d'évaluation des connaissances, des attitudes, des performances et des compétences. Étude des stratégies d'élaboration d'instruments d'évaluation des apprentissages. Examen de la qualité des instruments élaborés.

    EDU5830 ENJEUX ACTUELS EN ADMINISTRATION ÉDUCATIONNELLE (3cr.)
    Application des théories et principes en administration éducationnelle à partir de problèmes, d'événements et de politiques éducationnelles récents. Préalable : EDU5616 ou EDU5630.

    EDU5832 DÉVELOPPEMENT DES RELATIONS AVEC LA COMMUNAUTÉ SCOLAIRE (3cr.)
    Examen de l'importance des relations avec la communauté scolaire. Approfondissement du concept de partenariat, des modèles de répartition des pouvoirs, des techniques de communication efficace, du marketing des produits éducatifs et du concept de client et d'usager.

    EDU5833 ÉDUCATION ET CHANGEMENT SOCIAL (3cr.)
    Étude de l'impact des changements sociaux, technologiques, économiques, législatifs et médiatiques sur l'éducation. Redéfinition des liens entre l'école et la société. Examen des nouvelles réalités pédagogiques à l'ère de l'information.

    EDU5871 MICROCOUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Développement des ressources personnelles du conseiller. Exploitation de la communication verbale et non verbale dans une situation de microcounselling.

    EDU5873 THÉORIES DU CHOIX DE CARRIÈRE (3cr.)
    Une analyse du développement professionnel avec insistance sur les problèmes du choix de carrière et d'adaptation.

    EDU5881 TENDANCES DE LA RECHERCHE EN ÉDUCATION INCLUSIVE (3cr.)
    Fondements théoriques et enjeux actuels de l'approche inclusive à l'éducation. Perspectives des élèves, du personnel scolaire, des intervenant/es communautaires et associatifs/ves et des parents.

    EDU5899 ENJEUX ACTUELS EN ÉVALUATION DES APPRENTISSAGES (3cr.)
    Étude des principes, politiques et concepts courants en évaluation des apprentissages. Examen critique d'application des procédures dans diverses situations actuelles d'évaluation. Approfondissement de problématiques en salle de classe et en contexte des évaluations à grande échelle.

    EDU6101 SEMINAR IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Critical examination of selected topics in health professions education based on research and disciplinary issues. (Open to MEd Students with permission of the program director.)

    EDU6102 SEMINAR IN CURRICULUM STUDIES (3cr.)
    (Organizational Studies in Education) Critical examination of research within the field of curriculum studies.

    EDU6103 RESEARCHING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (3cr.)
    (Teaching, Learning and Evaluation) Critical examination of the scholarship and research on professional practice of teaching, its application to knowledge building and pedagogical improvement.

    EDU6106 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT (3cr.)
    (Teaching, Learning and Evaluation) Critical examination of the social impact of science and technology and their educational implications. Study of the roles of ecological and scientific literacies.

    EDU6107 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION PEDAGOGY (3cr.)
    (Teaching, Learning and Evaluation) Research in health and physical education and their implications for pedagogy.

    EDU6109 YOUTH CULTURE, POPULAR CULTURE AND PEDAGOGY (3cr.)
    (Society, Culture and Literacies) Research in youth culture, popular culture and their implications for pedagogy.

    EDU6110 CURRICULUM, POLITICS AND POLICY IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    (Organizational Studies in Education) Critical study of the political organization of education; the role of government in shaping curriculum; the cultural politics of educational change.

    EDU6111 TEACHING AND LEARNING OF LITERACIES IN A SECOND LANGUAGE (3cr.)
    (Second Language Education) Critical examination of contextualized practices for the teaching, learning and assessment of multiple literacies in a second language.

    EDU6115 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES IN LITERACY ASSESSMENT (3cr.)
    (Society, Culture and Literacies) Critical examination of contemporary literacy assessment practices; focus on political contexts, social consequences and validity.

    EDU6146 SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING THEORIES (3cr.)
    Critical study of second language learning theories from linguistics, cognitive, social and pedagogical perspectives.

    EDU6191 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH (3cr.)
    Planning, analysis and interpretation of quantitative research within experimental and quasi-experimental frameworks; application of analysis of variance, analysis of covariance and techniques of linear regression (explanation, prediction) to educational contexts.

    EDU6193 FOUNDATIONS OF MEASUREMENT AND TESTING (3cr.)
    Classical test theory; composite variables; reliability; validity; applications to norm-referenced and criterion-referenced tests; scales standardization.

    EDU6200 THE ADULT EDUCATOR: ROLES AND BEHAVIOUR (3cr.)
    Study of functions and tasks, and the various roles of adult educators as volunteers, as trainers, as teachers of adults, as researchers; examination of the pre service and on going training of adult educators and professionalization in adult education.

    EDU6203 LEARNING AND LITERACIES (3cr.)
    Examination of literacy in relation to the construction of ethnicity, gender, social class and racialized difference; exploration of literacy theories from historical, psychological, political and educational perspectives; study of school, family, workplace and community literacy practices.

    EDU6204 LEARNING IN ADULTHOOD (3cr.)
    Examination of theories and stages of adulthood with emphasis on adult psychological development and implications for education. Critical study of adult characteristics, motivation, gender roles and other concepts related to development.

    EDU6241 SECOND LANGUAGE PROGRAM AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION (3cr.)
    Study of second language policy and how it affects program design and implementation; needs analysis, setting goals and objectives, syllabus design, materials development and classroom implementation; learning assessment, program evaluation and revision.

    EDU6259 RESEARCH AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TEACHING MODELS AND PRACTICES (3cr.)
    Analysis of current pedagogical models and practices, and of their underlying theoretical constructs; critical examination of traditional and recent perspectives on the context and process of teaching.

    EDU6271 COUNSELLING: THEORIES AND PRACTICE II (3cr.)
    Extension of advanced counselling theories and practice. Prerequisite: EDU 5271 or its equivalent.

    EDU6290 RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Critical review of approaches, methods and processes in educational research; examination of complementarity of different types of research methodology.

    EDU6293 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING (3cr.)
    Nature and role of formative assessment in instructional settings; conditions and contexts favorable for effective use of assessment for learning.

    EDU6299 PROGRAM EVALUATION: THEORY AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES (3cr.)
    Critical exploration of theoretical orientations to program evaluation and in-depth examination of selected comtemporary issues confronting evaluators. Prerequisite: EDU 5299 or PSY 7103 or PSY 7503 or CRM 6359 or CRM 6759 (Diploma in Program Evaluation).

    EDU6371 SELECTED TOPICS IN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    An examination of current issues in guidance and counselling.

    EDU6372 MODELS OF CONSULTATION AND CASE MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Analysis of roles of counsellor as leader, team member, and integral resource in developing, mobilizing, and/or utilizing school/community resources within a systems approach; personal development of the skills of co-ordination, collaboration, brokering, and consultation.

    EDU6373 EDUCATION OF MARGINALIZED YOUTH (3cr.)
    Examination of the social ecology and educational problems and needs of diverse groups of marginalized youth in different contexts in Canada and in other countries; related socio-political issues, policy implications, and intervention strategies.

    EDU6421 PUBLIC MEMORY, LIVED HISTORIES AND EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Critical examination of the social construction of public memory through schooling; relations between public memory, peoples' lived histories and the making of communities; the roles of public memory in shaping social identities of race, nation and gender.

    EDU6422 EDUCATION AND DEMOCRATIC COMMUNITIES (3cr.)
    Inquiry into the democratic purposes of schooling and the theory and practices of democratic education; implications for civic engagement, curriculum, school organizations and leadership.

    EDU6426 CITIZENSHIP AND GLOBAL EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Theories of citizenship, global education and their related pedagogies.

    EDU6428 SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of education and its role as part of the fabric of society; exploration of changing norms of schooling, school organization, and social environments; the effects of schooling on social stratification, the relationships between schools and other social institutions, and the paradoxes of education in pluralistic societies; inquiry into issues of authority, power, socialization and culture.

    EDU6429 PEDAGOGIES OF DIFFERENCE (3cr.)
    Exploration of diversity and education from cultural, economic, historical and political perspectives including critical pedagogy and pedagogies of transformation.

    EDU6460 CURRICULUM, CULTURE, AND LANGUAGE (3cr.)
    Examination of the ways in which curriculum works to reproduce and/or suppress certain identities; interdisciplinary inquiries into how current curricular language is situated in relation to identity formations; deconstruction of the marginalization of identities across various curricular contexts.

    EDU6470 MULTICULTURAL COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Exploration of practical and theoretical issues relevant to counselling individuals, groups, and families from diverse cultural backgrounds. Emphasis on development of attitudes, values, and skills that promote effective interpersonal relations and counselling.

    EDU6472 SEMINAR AND PRACTICUM IN GROUP COUNSELLING (3cr.)
    Examination of group counselling theory and technique; emphasis on dynamics of group behaviour, social-psychological interactions in small groups, and practice in developing and providing group counselling services. Prerequisite: EDU 5271 and EDU 5471.

    EDU6473 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELLING I (3cr.)
    Seminar and minimum of 200 hours of supervised on-site experiences in an approved counselling setting: examination of organizational issues in the delivery of guidance and counselling services: development of professional competence. Prerequisite: EDU 5271 and EDU 5471.

    EDU6474 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELLING II (3cr.)
    Seminar and minimum of 200 hours of supervised on-site experiences in an approved counselling setting: critical examination of selected helping techniques; critical examination of ethical and legal issues in counselling. Prerequisite: EDU 6473.

    EDU6501 SÉMINAIRE EN ENSEIGNEMENT AUX PROFESSIONNELS DE LA SANTÉ (3cr.)
    Examen critique des thèmes reliés à l’enseignement aux professionnels de la santé et inspirés de la recherche et des enjeux disciplinaires. (Ouvert aux étudiantes et étudiants du M. Éd. avec la permission du directeur des études supérieures.)

    EDU6504 ÉDUCATION DANS UNE PERSPECTIVE HISTORIQUE (3cr.)
    (Société, culture et littératies) Étude du rôle de la langue, de la culture, de l’ethnicité, du genre et de la religion dans le développement de l’éducation en milieu majoritaire et minoritaire au Canada et dans le monde. Analyse de diverses perspectives en histoire de l’éducation.

    EDU6505 ENJEUX ACTUELS EN ENSEIGNEMENT (3cr.)
    (Enseignement, apprentissage et évaluation) Étude des problématiques actuelles en éducation et de leurs enjeux en enseignement.

    EDU6506 SCIENCES, TECHNOLOGIES, SOCIÉTÉ ET ENVIRONNEMENT (3cr.)
    (Enseignement, apprentissage et évaluation) Examen critique de l'impact social des sciences et des technologies, et leur implication éducationnelle. Rôle des littératies écologiques et scientifiques.

    EDU6508 PERSPECTIVES DE LA DIDACTIQUE DU FRANÇAIS LANGUE SECONDE EN CONTEXTES NATIONAUX (3cr.)
    (Didactique des langues secondes) Étude des particularités de l’enseignement et de l’apprentissage du français langue seconde au Canada. Analyse des conditions qui favorisent l’enseignement et l’apprentissage du français langue seconde dans différents contextes.

    EDU6511 ENSEIGNEMENT ET APPRENTISSAGE DES LITTERATIES EN LANGUES SECONDES (3cr.)
    (Didactique des langues secondes) Analyse critique de pratiques contextualisées pour l’enseignement, l’apprentissage et l’évaluation des littératies, en langues secondes.

    EDU6516 ENSEIGNEMENT ET APPRENTISSAGE DE LA GRAMMAIRE DU FRANÇAIS LANGUE SECONDE (3cr.)
    (Didactique des langues secondes) Analyse des différents types de grammaire. Étude critique de la recherche sur les pratiques pédagogiques dans l’enseignement de la grammaire en français langue seconde.

    EDU6529 APPROCHES THÉORIQUES ET PRATIQUES EN LITTÉRATIES MULTIPLES (3cr.)
    Études des approches théoriques et pratiques associées aux différents champs des littératies tels que la littératie familiale, scolaire, personnelle et critique.

    EDU6546 THÉORIES D'APPRENTISSAGE APPLIQUÉES À L'ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES SECONDES (3cr.)
    Étude critique des théories d'apprentissage des langues secondes selon les perspectives linguistiques, cognitives, sociales et pédagogiques.

    EDU6571 SÉMINAIRE EN DÉVELOPPEMENT PROFESSIONNEL ET EN PLANIFICATION DE CARRIÈRE (3cr.)
    Approfondissement de certains aspects conceptuels du counselling et de la recherche appliquée au domaine du développement professionnel et de la planification de carrière.

    EDU6573 SANTÉ MENTALE, TRAVAIL ET ORIENTATION (3cr.)
    Analyse des problèmes de santé mentale provoqués par le travail ou l'absence de travail : perte d'estime de soi, d'identité, de motivation, humiliation, culpabilité, épuisement professionnel, mise en chômage technique, etc. Nature et diagnostic. Mise en contexte de ces troubles dans divers courants de pensée. Étude des effets thérapeutiques du travail.

    EDU6591 RECHERCHE QUANTITATIVE (3cr.)
    Planification, analyse et interprétation de la recherche quantitative. Application des statistiques descriptives et inférentielles.

    EDU6593 FONDEMENTS EN MESURE ET TESTING (3cr.)
    Examen de la théorie classique des tests. Initiation aux concepts de fidélité et validité. Étude de notion d'échelle et des scores composites. Applications des notions précédentes dans le contexte d'une évaluation normative et d'une évaluation centrée sur un critère.

    EDU6600 FORMATEURS D'ADULTES ET CONTEXTES DE FORMATION (3cr.)
    Étude des rôles et des fonctions des formateurs d'adultes. Analyse des savoirs, des savoir-être et des savoir-faire des formateurs. Développement de programmes et contextes de formation.

    EDU6604 DÉVELOPPEMENT DE L'ADULTE (3cr.)
    Étude des théories du développement de l’adulte et de leur impact sur son apprentissage. Analyse des dimensions psychologiques, sociales et existentielles de la vie de l’adulte.

    EDU6634 GESTION DE LA QUALITÉ EN ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Analyse critique des principes, des méthodes et des techniques de gestion de la qualité totale appliquées à l'organisation scolaire.

    EDU6637 GESTION ET SUPERVISION DES RESSOURCES PROFESSIONNELLES EN ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Étude des modèles de gestion des ressources humaines dans les systèmes scolaires à partir de paramètres comme les conventions collectives, l'équité, la supervision, l'évaluation du rendement, le développement professionnel.

    EDU6651 ÉDUCATION À LA CITOYENNETÉ (3cr.)
    Études des différentes approches théoriques et pratiques associées à la citoyenneté et leur lien avec les inégalités et la marginalisation sociales.

    EDU6652 LITTÉRATIE ET DIVERSITÉ (3cr.)
    Examen des divers concepts associé à la littératie et leurs rapports avec la construction de la personne en lien avec le langage et l'identité ethnique et sociale.

    EDU6670 COUNSELLING ET ORIENTATION AUPRÈS DES GROUPES MINORITAIRES (3cr.)
    Études des caractéristiques des groupes minoritaires tels que les femmes, les gais et les lesbiennes, les handicapés, les minorités linguistiques et (ou) ethniques, etc., selon la perspective du counselling et de l'orientation de carrière.

    EDU6671 LE COUNSELLING : THÉORIES ET PRATIQUE II (3cr.)
    Théories et techniques portant sur le développement des habiletés, des attitudes et des savoir-faire en counselling. Préalable: EDU 5671.

    EDU6672 MODÈLES ET STRATÉGIES D'INTERVENTION EN CONTEXTE DE COUNSELLING SCOLAIRE (3cr.)
    Différents modèles d'intervention associés au développement d'habiletés interpersonnelles et sociales des élèves. Stratégies de solution de problèmes, de gestion de classe, de résolution de conflits et de gestion du temps.

    EDU6690 MÉTHODOLOGIE DE LA RECHERCHE (3cr.)
    Étude des approches, méthodes et étapes de la recherche en éducation. Examen de la complémentarité de divers types de recherche.

    EDU6693 ÉVALUATION AXÉE SUR L'APPRENTISSAGE (3cr.)
    Étude de la nature et du rôle de l'évaluation formative des apprentissages scolaires. Sensibilisation aux conditions de mise en application dans le contexte de la salle de classe.

    EDU6699 ÉVALUATION DE PROGRAMMES : THÉORIE ET PROBLÈMES ACTUELS (3cr.)
    Analyse critique des aspects théoriques et techniques des différentes approches en évaluation de programmes. Préalable : EDU 5699 ou PSY 7103 ou PSY 7503 ou CRM 6359 ou CRM 6759 (Diplôme en Évaluation de programmes).

    EDU6771 THÈMES CHOISIS EN COUNSELLING ÉDUCATIONNEL (3cr.)
    (Counselling éducationnel) Étude approfondie d’un thème en counselling éducationnel.

    EDU6871 STAGE EN COUNSELLING I (3cr.)
    Stage clinique supervisé de 200 heures dans un centre offrant des services de counselling éducationnel, personnel et (ou) de carrière. Préalables : EDU 5671, EDU 5871.

    EDU6872 SÉMINAIRE ET PRACTICUM EN COUNSELLING DE GROUPE (3cr.)
    Application des techniques de groupes à divers milieux d'éducation : la communauté, les institutions et organisations, le milieu scolaire. Dynamique du comportement de groupes. Interactions psychologiques et sociales des groupes restreints et leur application aux milieux d'éducation.

    EDU6873 STAGE EN COUNSELLING II (3cr.)
    Stage clinique supervisé de 200 heures dans un centre offrant des services de counselling éducationnel, personnel et (ou) de carrière. Approfondissement de la pratique du counselling. Préalable : EDU 6871.

    EDU6874 STAGE EN COUNSELLING III (3cr.)
    Stage clinique supervisé de 200 heures dans un centre offrant des services de counselling éducationnel, personnel et (ou) de carrière. Consolidation théorique et pratique des apprentissages et des stages en counselling I et II. Utilisation systématique des principaux tests psychométriques requis par les associations et ordres professionnels. Préalable : EDU 6873.

    EDU6997 PROPOSITION DE THÈSE DE MAÎTRISE / MASTER'S THESIS PROPOSAL

    EDU7000 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED READING (3cr.)

    EDU7101 SELECTED TOPICS IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Critical analysis of selected topics and their implications for health professions education.

    EDU7102 SELECTED TOPICS IN ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    (Organizational Studies in Education) In-depth study of a topic in organizational studies in education.

    EDU7103 SELECTED TOPICS IN SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    (Second Language Education) In-depth study of a topic in second language education.

    EDU7130 SEMINAR IN ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (3cr.)
    Topics of current interest will be selected for intensive study.

    EDU7133 SELECTED TOPICS IN SOCIETY, CULTURE AND LITERACIES (3cr.)
    Topics of current interest will be selected for intensive study.

    EDU7141 CURRENT RESEARCH IN SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of current research in second language education representing diverse contemporary issues and conceptual frameworks.

    EDU7150 SELECTED TOPICS IN TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION (3cr.)
    Topics of current interest will be selected for intensive study.

    EDU7151 SOCIOCULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING (3cr.)
    Critical examination of theories of learning from sociocultural perspectives and their effects on educational practices.

    EDU7163 THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Study of theoretical perspectives in mathematics education, examination of the connection between theory, research and practice in mathematics teaching and learning.

    EDU7190 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH I (3cr.)
    Critical review of fundamental aspects of qualitative research in education: approaches, characteristics and strategies.

    EDU7193 ADVANCED MEASUREMENT THEORIES (3cr.)
    Item response models; generalizability theory; dimentionality.

    EDU7395 SELECTED TOPICS IN QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH (3cr.)
    Topics of current interest will be selected for intensive study.

    EDU7396 TECHNIQUES OF DOCUMENT ANALYSIS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (3cr.)
    Study of educational documents and approaches to textual research including historical criticism, discourse analysis and narrative theory.

    EDU7397 DATA COLLECTION INSTRUMENTS (3cr.)
    Study of the construction of data collection instruments in education and of the validation of interpretations of findings.

    EDU7501 THÈMES CHOISIS EN ENSEIGNEMENT AUX PROFESSIONNELS DE LA SANTÉ (3cr.)
    Études critiques de thèmes choisis et les implications dans l’éducation aux professionnels de la santé.

    EDU7503 THÈMES CHOISIS EN DIDACTIQUE DES LANGUES SECONDES (3cr.)
    (Didactique des langues secondes) Étude approfondie d’un thème en didactique des langues secondes.

    EDU7533 THÈMES CHOISIS EN SOCIETE, CULTURE ET LITTERATIES (3cr.)
    (Société, culture et littératies) Étude approfondie d’un thème en société, culture et littératies.

    EDU7534 THÈMES CHOISIS : ADMINISTRATION, CURRICULUM ET FONDEMENTS (3cr.)
    Thèmes variés choisis pour une étude approfondie.

    EDU7541 ENJEUX ACTUELS DE LA RECHERCHE EN DIDACTIQUE DES LANGUES SECONDES (3cr.)
    Analyse des recherches effectuées en fonction des questions contemporaines et des divers cadres conceptuels de l'apprentissage et l'enseignement des langues secondes.

    EDU7550 SÉMINAIRE EN ENSEIGNEMENT ET APPRENTISSAGE (3cr.)

    EDU7563 PERSPECTIVES DE RECHERCHE EN ÉDUCATION MATHÉMATIQUE (3cr.)
    Étude des différentes perspectives de recherche en didactique des mathématiques. Examen des implications pour l'enseignement et l'apprentissage.

    EDU7588 THÈMES CHOISIS EN ENSEIGNEMENT, APPRENTISSAGE ET ÉVALUATION (3cr.)
    Thèmes variés choisis pour une étude approfondie.

    EDU7590 RECHERCHE QUALITATIVE I (3cr.)
    Étude des aspects fondamentaux de la recherche qualitative en éducation : approches, caractéristiques et stratégies.

    EDU7593 THÉORIES AVANCÉES DE LA MESURE ET DU TESTING (3cr.)
    Examen de la théorie de la réponse aux items et de la théorie de la généralisabilité. Étude de la dimensionnalité.

    EDU7696 TECHNIQUES D'ANALYSE DE DOCUMENTS EN RECHERCHE ÉDUCATIONNELLE (3cr.)
    Étude de documents éducationnels et de procédures d'analyse de textes, incluant la critique historique, l'analyse de discours et la théorie narrative.

    EDU7795 THÈMES CHOISIS EN RECHERCHE QUANTITATIVE (3cr.)
    Thèmes variés choisis pour une étude approfondie.

    EDU7797 INSTRUMENTS DE COLLECTE DE DONNÉES (3cr.)
    Étude des méthodes de construction et de validation d'outils de collecte de données en recherche qualitative et quantitative en éducation. Approfondissement des problématiques soulevées par l'usage de ces méthodes.

    EDU7999 THÈSE DE MAÎTRISE EN ÉDUCATION / MA THESIS IN EDUCATION

    EDU8002 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED STUDIES (3cr.)

    EDU8105 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN EDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examination of current issues in education from multiple research traditions; exploration of students' prospective PhD projects in relation to major trends in educational research. (Reserved for PhD students.)

    EDU8106 EPISTEMOLOGY OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (3cr.)
    Critical study of the epistemological foundations of the principal research paradigms in education; exploration of the epistemological assumptions underlying candidates' prospective PhD projects. (Reserved for PhD students.)

    EDU8107 SEMINAR IN COUNSELLING AND SUPERVISION (3cr.)
    Examination and critique of current scholarship from multiple research traditions in counselling and supervision; implications for counselling and supervisory practice.

    EDU8190 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH II (3cr.)
    Examination of methodological, organizational, ethical and political issues within qualitative research.

    EDU8253 COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING (3cr.)
    Analysis of essential cognitive processes from different theoretical perspectives; application of learning theories to various contexts.

    EDU8505 QUESTIONS CONTEMPORAINES EN ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Examen critique des questions contemporaines et interdisciplinaires en éducation selon diverses traditions de recherche. Critique des avant-projets doctoraux en fonction des tendances en recherche éducationnelle. (Réservé aux étudiants de doctorat.)

    EDU8506 ENJEUX ÉPISTÉMOLOGIQUES ET MÉTHODOLOGIQUES DE LA RECHERCHE EN ÉDUCATION (3cr.)
    Étude critique de l'épistémologie des paradigmes principaux de la recherche en éducation. Exploration des sources épistémologiques des avant-projets des doctorants en éducation. (Réservé aux étudiants de doctorat.)

    EDU8507 SÉMINAIRE EN COUNSELLING ET SUPERVISION (3cr.)
    Étude critique des approches théoriques en counselling et supervision; implications pour les pratiques de counselling et de supervision.

    EDU8590 RECHERCHE QUALITATIVE II (3cr.)
    Examen des questions méthodologiques, organisationnelles, déontologiques et politiques reliées à la recherche qualitative.

    EDU8653 PROCESSUS COGNITIFS DANS DIVERS CONTEXTES ÉDUCATIFS (3cr.)
    Analyse de processus cognitifs essentiels à partir de diverses perspectives théoriques; mise en application de théories d'apprentissage dans divers contextes.

    EDU8908 INTERNAT EN COUNSELLING ET EN SUPERVISION / INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELLING AND SUPERVISION
    Internat de 600 heures en counselling et en supervision dans un centre approuvé par la direction du programme; développement des compétences en supervision et application des normes éthiques relatives à la pratique et à la supervision en counselling. Noté S (satisfaisant) / NS (non satisfaisant). / Internship of 600 hours of counselling and counsellor supervision in approved settings; development of advanced counselling and supervisory competence; application of ethical principles to counselling and supervisory practice. Graded S (Satisfactory) / NS (Not satisfactory).

    EDU8999 RAPPORT INTÉRIMAIRE / INTERIM REPORT

    EDU9997 PROPOSITION DE THÈSE DE DOCTORAT / PhD THESIS PROPOSAL

    EDU9998 EXAMEN DE SYNTHÈSE (DOCTORAT) / PhD COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION

    EDU9999 THÈSE DE DOCTORAT / PhD THESIS





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