Intermediate / secondary conjoint with the diploma in technology education
The Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) as a 2nd Degree Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education Program program is designed to prepare teachers of Grades 7-12, including technology education programs. Students complete a number of courses that address the development of basic skills and competencies in a variety of technological areas and how to apply them through design and problem-solving processes in a school classroom/laboratory setting. The program includes coursework, a two-week early internship and a one-semester internship placement. The program is intended for candidates who have already completed an appropriate bachelor’s degree.
|Program Format||Program Length||Completion|
|69 credit hours||4 semesters (16 months): Spring/Fall/Winter/Spring Semesters||Full-Time|
The Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) as a 2nd Degree Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education Program commences in the Spring semester and the application submission deadline is January 15th. Please refer to application submission deadlines.
Admission/Application Information and Requirements
Please visit the link provided in the table below to learn more about the Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education program and admission application process.
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Required Supporting Documents
The following documents are required as part of the application process (submission instructions are provided to the applicant during the I Want to Apply application process):
- Personal Statement. Please prepare a detailed statement indicating why you would make a good technology education teacher. This statement (3,000 characters, with spaces) must indicate your background, experience, interest in technology and technology education, and suitability for teaching, and must focus on:
- Your personal understanding of what technology is and how it impacts society;
- Why you believe technology is an important curricular area in K-12 education;
- Your education and/or experience as relevant to any technology-related field (computers and digital technologies, fabrication and making, drafting and design, etc);
- Your experience working with or teaching children (including volunteer work);
- Your training as relevant to the field of education (including awards or certificates earned); and,
- Your personal qualities, skills, and interest which you feel make you a good candidate for admission to the program.
NOTE: As part of the application process there will be opportunity to upload document(s) containing responses to the above questions. Upon completion of the first phase of the online application, applicants will receive an email detailing the requirement for the personal statement document(s) and instructions will be provided on how to proceed.
- Academic Reference: To be completed by an individual who has taught or supervised you and is familiar with your academic abilities.
- Non-Academic Reference: To be completed by an individual who is familiar with your contribution to work/volunteer activities.
NOTE: Referees' names and email addresses will be requested and collected electronically by the Office of the Registrar during the online application process. Referees will be contacted by the Office of the Registrar shortly after submission of your online application for admission.
- Official Transcripts. Official transcripts from institutions other than Memorial University are to be submitted at the time of application, indicating courses in progress and courses completed. Official transcripts are to be sent directly from the awarding Institution to The Office of the Registrar, Memorial University. Your official transcript(s) which includes your most recent grades, must be received by the Office of the Registrar no later than June 15.
In assessing applications, consideration will be given to students’ overall academic performance, personal statement submissions and recommendations from references.
NOTE: Consideration will be given to the courses for which students are registered at the time of application. Applicants who will have completed all requirements for admission by the end of the spring semester of the year that admission is being sought will be considered as time and resources permit.
Please visit the link provided in the table below to learn more about the Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) as a 2nd Degree program requirements.
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