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Writing, Part 2

Course Code: YF22WR21

Registration Deadline: Sep 27, 2022
This course is still open for registration.

The Additional Qualification Course: Writing Part 2 facilitates collaborative design and implementation of professional practice and critical pedagogies as well as knowledge and skills outlined in the OCT guideline. Throughout the course, you will continue to inquire critically into professional practices, pedagogies, and ethical cultures of teaching and learning within the context of writing instruction and learning to write.

To begin, you will examine beliefs and theories about writing in an educational setting. From there, you will integrate learning theories while planning for the student writer by considering learners’ individual needs, narratives, interests and learning preferences. To create an effective and trusting learning environment featuring shared responsibility for learning, you will plan, design, and implement innovative 21st-Century pedagogies, tools, and processes that invite and engage students. In addition, you will collaborate to design and integrate assessment practices encompassing MOE curriculum frameworks and policy documents while considering fair, equitable, transparent, valid, and reliable assessment methods that honour the dignity, developmental needs, emotional wellness, and identity of all students.


  • Be a member in good standing with the OCT
  • Part 1 completed
  • Minimum ONE year of certified teaching experience by the first day of the course, subsequent to certification

Documents Required

  • Signed Supervisory Officer's Form by course end date confirming required teaching experience
Session Dates
Start Date: Oct 04, 2022
End Date: Dec 09, 2022
Online: October 4, 2022 - December 9, 2022.

This 125 hour course consists of 100 hours of interactive coursework and 25 hours of independent learning. Regular and relevant candidate participation is a requirement. Expect to be online at least every second day for Fall, Winter and Spring courses; and every weekday during a Summer course to complete assignments and collaborate in discussion forums. All deadlines will be communicated by the Instructor.

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