Our undergraduate and graduate programs provide students with the opportunity to learn experientially through placement experiences. Placements may include various types of work-focused experiential education.
- School Placements - undergraduate
- Community Placements - undergraduate & graduate
- International Placements - undergraduate & graduate
Students in the Bachelor of Education (BEd) and Bachelor of Education (BEd), Technological Education participate in school placements, which include working with small groups and/or individual students, facilitating classroom activities, co-planning and co-teaching with the mentor teacher, and engaging in lesson study. Visit the Mentoring & Teaching Resource Room (MTRR) for details.
Community placements provide students with the opportunity to learn and engage with a variety of communities and organizations. Students in the Bachelor of Education (BEd), Bachelor of Education (BEd), Technological Education, Bachelor of Arts (BA), Educational Studies and in the Graduate Program in Education have the opportunity to learn and engage by participating in community placements.