Pathway Summary

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Pathway ID
5513
Pathway Title
Fish and Wildlife Technology to Bachelor of Education - Indigenous
Pathway Last Updated
2020-11-23

Sending Institution Information

Sending Institution
Fleming College
Discipline/Division
Science and Engineering Technology
Program Area
Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Program Title
Fish and Wildlife Technology

Receiving Institution Information

Receiving Institution
Trent University
Discipline/Division
Arts, Fine Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
Program Area
Education/Disabilities Studies
Program Title
Bachelor of Education - Indigenous

Contact Procedures

Recruitment and Admissions Office
Trent University
1-888-739-8885
discovertrent@trentu.ca

Pathway Details

Terms for renewal or cancellation

The agreement will be reviewed annually, or sooner in the event of major curriculum changes in either partner’s programs. This agreement may be terminated by either party. In this case, notice of one year is required. In the event of termination of the agreement, every effort will be made to ensure that students currently enrolled in the program will not be affected.

Eligibility for Pathway

To qualify for this agreement, students must have:
- successfully completed Fleming College’s Fish and Wildlife Technology Advanced Diploma program;
- a minimum overall average of 75%;
- students applying for admission to Trent's Bachelor of Education - Indigenous program are required to self-identify as First Nations, Metis or Inuit.

The Bachelor of Education - Indigenous degree is a competitive entry program. Admission to the program through the articulation agreement is not guaranteed.

Credit transfer

Students commencing studies in the Fish and Wildlife Technology Advanced Diploma program since Fall 2016 will receive the following 10.0 transfer credits: 

  • 0.5 BIOL 1020H - Foundations of Biodiversity
  • 0.5 BIOL 2110H - Biology of Vertebrates
  • 0.5 BIOL 2260H - Introductory Ecology
  • 0.5 BIOL 3050H - Limnology
  • 0.5 EDUC 4010H - Topics in Math Education
  • 0.5 ERSC 1010H - Environmental Science and Sustainability
  • 0.5 ERSC 1020H - Cases in Environment and Sustainability
  • 0.5 ERSC 2080H - Natural Science Statistics
  • 0.5 ERSC-GEOG 2090H - Introduction to Geographical Information Systems
  • 0.5 ERSC 2230H - Energy and Science Technology
  • 0.5 ERSC 2240H - Ecological Assessment for Natural Resource Management
  • 0.5 ERST-CAST 2520H - Natural Resource Management
  • 0.5 ERST-CAST 2525H - Critical Environmental Thinking
  • 0.5 ERSC-BIOL 4240H - Fisheries and Assessment Management
  • 0.5 INDG 1001H - Foundations for Reconciliation
  • 0.5 WRIT 1001H - Write in Time
  • 0.5 unassigned Biology credit at the 2000 level
  • 0.5 unassigned Biology credit at the 3000 level
  • 0.5 unassigned Environmental and Resource Science credit at the 3000 level
  • 0.5 unassigned Science credit at the 1000 level

Refer to the most recent version of the Undergraduate Academic Calendar for course descriptions: http://trentu.ca/calendar

Credits that must be achieved at the receiving institution

Students completing the Primary/Junior Stream must complete the following:

  • YEAR ONE:
    • 0.5 INDG-EDUC 1030H - Indigenous Education in Canada
    • 1.0 INDG 2100Y - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge
    • 1.0 INDG 2250Y - Oral Mohawk; or 2800Y - Introduction to Nishnaabemowin
    • 1.0 INDG 3350Y - Indigenous and Ecologically Relevant Curriculum Design
    • 0.5 EDUC 3010H - Learning and Literacy
    • 1.0 elective credit
  • YEAR TWO:
    • 0.5 EDUC 4100H - Supporting Literacy and Learners with Special Needs 
    • 0.5 EDUC 4121H - Creating a Positive Learning Environment Through the Theoretical and Practical Approaches to Classroom Management
    • 0.5 EDUC 4133H - Supporting Literacy and Learners with Special Needs
    • 0.5 EDUC 4180H - Sociocultural Perspectives on Human Development and Learning
    • 0.5 EDUC 4464H - Practicum Year 1: Developing Teaching Identity, Knowledge and Skill
    • 0.5 EDUC 4561H - Mathematics
    • 0.5 EDUC 4571H - Language and Literacy
    • 0.5 EDUC 4574H - Health, Physical Education, and Dance in the Elementary Classroom
    • 0.5 EDUC 4901H - Classroom Practicum Year 1 (Block A)
    • 0.5 EDUC 4902H - Classroom Practicum Year 1 (Block B)
  • YEAR THREE:
    • 0.5 EDUC 4190H - Educational Law, Ethics and Professional Context
    • 0.0 EDUC 4300P - Alternative Settings Placement
    • 0.5 EDUC 4335H - Indigenous, Environmental and Sustainability Education
    • 0.5 EDUC 4336H - Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
    • 0.5 EDUC 4465H - Practicum Year 2: Developing Teaching Identity, Knowledge and Skill
    • 0.5 EDUC 4563H - Science and Technology
    • 0.5 EDUC 4564H - Social Studies
    • 0.5 EDUC 4573H - Integrated Arts in the Elementary Classroom
    • 0.5 EDUC 4903H - Classroom Practicum Year 2 (Block C)
    • 0.5 EDUC 4904H - Classroom Practicum Year 2 (Block D)
  • 0.5 credit from the following:
    • 0.5 EDUC 4381H - Literacy and Math in the Early Years
    • 0.5 EDUC 4382H - Experimental and Adventure Education
    • 0.5 EDUC 4383H - Indigenous Education
    • 0.5 EDUC 4384H - The Role of STEAM in Education
    • 0.5 EDUC 4385H - Teaching Through Drama
    • 0.5 EDUC 4386H - Teacher Stories
    • 0.5 EDUC 4387H - International Education and International Teaching
    • 0.5 EDUC 4388H - Modelling Digital Citizenship through Technology and Social Media Use in the Classroom
    • 0.5 EDUC 4390H - Issues in Planning, Assessment and Evaluation

Students completing the Intermediate/Senior Stream must complete the following:

  • YEAR ONE:
    • 0.5 INDG-EDUC 1030H - Indigenous Education in Canada
    • 1.0 INDG 2100Y - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge
    • 1.0 INDG 2250Y - Oral Mohawk; or 2800Y - Nishnaabemowin
    • 1.0 INDG 3350Y - Indigenous and Ecologically Relevant Curriculum Design
    • 0.5 EDUC 3010H - Learning and Literacy
    • 1.0 elective credit
  • YEAR TWO:
    • 0.5 EDUC 4200H - Supporting Literacy and Learners with Special Needs
    • 0.5 EDUC 4221H - Creating a Positive Learning Environment through the Theoretical and Practical Approaches to Classroom Management
    • 0.5 EDUC 4233H - Supporting Literacy and Learners with Special Needs
    • 0.5 EDUC 4251H - Teaching Intermediate Learners Part 1
    • 0.5 EDUC 4464H - Practicum Year 1: Developing Teaching Identity, Knowledge and Skill
    • 0.5 EDUC 4901H - Classroom Practicum Year 1 (Block A)
    • 0.5 EDUC 4902H - Classroom Practicum Year 1 (Block B)
    • 2.0 credits from the following:
      • EDUC 4661Y - Biology
      • EDUC 4662Y - Chemistry
      • EDUC 4663Y - Computer Studies
      • EDUC 4664Y - Mathematics
      • EDUC 4665Y - Physics
      • EDUC 4671Y - Dramatic Arts
      • EDUC 4672Y - English
      • EDUC 4673Y - French as a Second Language
      • EDUC 4674Y - History
      • EDUC 4675Y - Visual Arts
      • EDUC 4676Y - Health and Physical Education
      • EDUC 4681Y - Geography
      • EDUC 4682Y - First Nations
      • EDUC 4684Y - Environmental Science
  • YEAR THREE:
    • 0.5 EDUC 4252H - Teaching Intermediate Learners Part 2
    • 0.5 EDUC 4280H - Sociocultural Perspectives on Human Development and Learning
    • 0.5 ECUC 4290H - Educational Law, Ethics and Professional Contexts
    • 0.0 EDUC 4300P - Alternative Settings Placement
    • 0.5 EDUC 4335H - Indigenous, Environmental and Sustainability Education
    • 0.5 EDUC 4336H - Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
    • 0.5 EDUC 4465H - Practicum Year 2: Developing Teaching Identity, Knowledge and Skill
    • 0.5 EDUC 4903H - Classroom Practicum Year 2 (Block C)
    • 0.5 EDUC 4904H - Classroom Practicum Year 2 (Block D)
    • 0.5 credit from the following:
      • 0.5 EDUC 4381H - Literacy and Math in the Early Years
      • 0.5 EDUC 4382H - Experimental and Adventure Education
      • 0.5 EDUC 4383H - Indigenous Education
      • 0.5 EDUC 4384H - The Role of STEAM Education
      • 0.5 EDUC 4385H - Teaching Through Drama
      • 0.5 EDUC 4386H - Teacher Stories: Narrative and Practice
      • 0.5 EDUC 4387H - International Education and International Teaching
      • 0.5 EDUC 4388H - Modelling Digital Citizenship through Technology and Social Media Use in the Classroom
      • 0.5 EDUC 4390H - Issues in Planning, Assessment and Evaluation

*NOTE: Catholic Stream students must also complete EDUC 4805Q - The Philosophical, Historical and Curricular Context of Ontario Catholic Education. Students pursuing the Intermediate/Senior Stream are required to fulfill teachable requirements. Transfer credits received as part of this agreement fulfill a first teachable in Environmental Science and a second teachable in Biology. Students interested in completing a single major may be required to complete credits in addition to those listed above. If a single major is achieved, students will qualify for a Bachelor of Arts or Science, as well as a Bachelor of Education at the end of their studies. 

Degree requirements are subject to change. Refer to the most recent version of the Academic Calendar for course descriptions and degree requirements, which apply to all undergraduate programs. http://trentu.ca/calendar

Anticipated normal schedule of student progression

3 years

Credential(s) to be granted on successful completion of all required components

Bachelor of Education

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