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Minor In Organizational Learning and Teaching

 
Minor in Organizational Learning and Teaching

This undergraduate minor provides the opportunity to explore and understand the many complex, interdisciplinary aspects of pedagogy in organizational contexts outside of the K-12 educational system. This field of study will appeal to those with interests and/or career paths in areas such as corporate and not-for-profit training, banking, the judiciary system, health and safety, outdoor education, early childhood education, alternative schooling models, adult education, post-secondary education, interpretation centres, coaching, municipal and community programming, museum education, and inter-professional education.  This innovative program aims to develop knowledge, skills and expertise in the practice of: coaching, training, teaching, and facilitating learning in a wide variety of environments.
 
The courses that comprise this Minor are open to non-Education university students, and do not lead to a Bachelor of Education. The Faculty of Education is currently  working on the development of a certificate program in this field.

 

Course #

Course Title

Offered

Pre-requisites

14-80-420

Theories of Individual and Collective Learning

Fall 2016

None

14-80-410

Learning-Centred Teaching: Planning, Delivery, Assessment and Evaluation

Winter 2017

None

14-80-405

Instructional Technologies

Fall 2016

None

14-80-400

Diversity and Inclusion in the Learning Organization

Fall 2016

80-420

80-410

14-80-415

Learning Organizations: Management and Leadership

Winter 2017

80-420

80-410

14-80-480

Experiential Learning Field Placement

Fall 2018

80-420

80-410

80-415

80-405

80-400

 

 

 
 
 
WINTER 2016
 
14-80-410.  Learning-Centred Teaching: Planning, Delivery, Assessment, and Evaluation
4:00pm-5:20pm - Chrysler Hall North Room G100