- understanding and applying human development theories and research (social, emotional, physical, intellectual, linguistic, cultural, spiritual and moral) about the learner and Music
- demonstrating an awareness of local, provincial and international developments in the teaching of Music
- exploring teaching and learning strategies related to the learning styles of students
- assisting colleagues to modify learning expectations and teaching practices and to make accommodations for the learner based on developmental and/or special needs
- exploring opportunities for cross-curricular literacy and interdisciplinary studies in Music
- examining the use of appropriate technology to implement the Music curriculum
- promoting the safe, ethical and legal use of technology and other resources in Music
- modelling the development and use of an array of assessment and evaluation strategies suitable for teaching Music
- modelling team building and decision-making skills necessary as a curriculum leader in Music
- promoting effective teaching strategies and assisting new teachers and others to improve and refine classroom practice in the delivery of Music programs
- planning and organizing subject-specific professional development for others
- demonstrating skills and strategies that facilitate the establishment of networks with school and board personnel, subject associations, parents/guardians and the community
- demonstrating leadership in the application of provincial regulations and policies, and local policies and procedures
- informing others about policies, guidelines, and legal and ethical issues related to the Music
- demonstrating knowledge and skills required to manage an area of responsibility including staffing, budgets and the selection of texts, software and media.
There are no textbooks required for this course.
OSAP Funding for AQ Courses
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) now includes funding for hundreds of micro-credential programs. The micro-credentials plan ensures loans and grants will be available to more learners to rapidly upskill and reskill for in-demand jobs. Please be advised that this AQ course is on the list of eligible courses for OSAP funding. Please view the Micro-credential website for details and eligibility. https://www.ontario.ca/page/micro-credentials-ontarios-postsecondary-schools.
Who can get OSAP?
OSAP is open to Ontario residents of any age who are:
- Canadian citizens
- permanent residents, or
- protected persons
If you have questions regarding Micro-credential funding, please contact Student Awards and Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A "Certificate of Qualification" in good standing.
- A Bachelor’s degree from an Ontario university in a program that requires four years of university study, or the equivalent, to a total of at least 20 full year courses and in which the candidate has obtained at least second class or equivalent standing (B average - 70%) in at least NINE full-year courses in the subject for which the candidate seeks qualification. (Note that course weights vary across institutions. Courses weighted as 3 credits are likely to be half courses.);
- Evidence of at least two years of successful teaching experience, of which at least one year (194 days) includes teaching in this subject area, as certified by the appropriate supervisory officer. A Confirmation of Teaching Experience Form must be submitted prior to the course start date and for course approval.
Important Notice: While we endeavour to be as accurate as possible while reviewing your qualifications for courses in our program, the Faculty of Education bears no responsibility for ensuring you have met the qualifications as per the guidelines of the Ontario College of Teachers. It is your responsibility to learn which prerequisites you will need. https://www.oct.ca/members/additional-qualifications/prerequisites