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Provincial Instructor Diploma


Prepare for rewarding employment as an adult educator.

Students in this program build knowledge and skills to design, develop, manage and evaluate the instruction of adults in post-secondary education, business, industry and non-traditional adult learning environments. The program also provides instructors with an accredited development program leading to diplomas and degrees at VCC and other institutions.

The program consists of eight courses - available online, in class or both. We offer weeklong courses at our VCC Broadway campus. We also offer weekend classes in various locations.

PIDP 3100: Foundations of Adult Education

PIDP 3210: Curriculum Development

PIDP 3220: Delivery of Instruction

PIDP 3230: Evaluation of Learning

PIDP 3240: Media Enhanced Learning

PIDP 3250: Instructional Strategies

PIDP 3260: Professional Practice

PIDP 3270: Capstone Project

The online courses are continuous entry, a flexible option that allows you to register and start at any time. All continuous entry courses are designed to be completed in 10 weeks or less. Contact our office to register and we will send you the login information for your course.

Program Status:
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Start Length Credentials Campus Part- or Full-time
Continuous intake 230 hours Diploma Broadway, Online and locations in BC, Alberta and Yukon Part-time

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To apply, please send an email to sie@vcc.ca or visit us in-person at the Broadway campus.

Program Description

Program Description

The BC Provincial Instructor Diploma provides new instructors with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to instruct adults. Course activities and assignments are intended to provide the skills needed to be an effective, competent instructor. The practicum provides an opportunity for participants to integrate and demonstrate their newly acquired knowledge.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Design, deliver and evaluate adult learning and teaching on a continuum of instructional approaches.
  • Create positive and engaging learning environments that promote respect for the diversity of learners.
  • Use instructional strategies and educational technologies appropriately to support and enhance teaching and learning.
  • Communicate effectively and work collaboratively in the workplace and in the community.
  • Act in an ethical and professional manner when working in an adult education setting.
  • Develop professionally in response to trends in one’s field of practice and in adult education.
  • Become a reflective practitioner.
  • Instructional Activities, Design and Delivery Mode

    The program consists of seven 30-hour courses, and a Capstone Project. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are awarded the British Columbia Provincial Instructor Diploma.

    The program is delivered by Vancouver Community College on behalf of the BC Ministry of Advanced Education. The PIDP is recognized by public and private colleges and institutes. Courses are offered throughout British Columbia on a regular basis.

    Evaluation of Student Learning

    Evaluation of student learning is based on completion of course assignments or projects. Due dates and criteria for successful completion of each course assignment will be outlined by the instructor at the beginning of each course.


    For more information, read the provincial instructor participant handbook. Feel free to contact the School of Instructor Education at 604.871.7000, ext. 7488.


    Admission Requirements

    Admission Requirements

    General

    VCC welcomes applications from Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

    As Vancouver Community College is a post-secondary institution committed to educating adult learners, applicants should be 18 years of age or older or a graduate of a secondary school.

    Please note that you must submit official transcripts and educational documents to support your application; unfortunately, we cannot accept photocopies or fax versions.

    Program Specific

    Missing prerequisites? VCC offers courses in Adult Upgrading and English as an Additional Language to help you meet your goals.

    Please submit the following with the completed Application for Admission Form:

  • A non-refundable $35 application fee (a $35 reactivation fee will be incurred for dormant accounts of 12 months)
  • Relevant documents (certificates, diplomas or transcripts) which indicate the training you have received in your speciality. If your training has been work related, a current resume is acceptable
  • A one page letter of introduction outlining education background and your motivation in taking our program.
  • Grade 11 English, Grade 12 Communication or equivalent
  • Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR)

    You can request an exemption for a course in the PIDP based on your formal education, previous experience and current level of knowledge and skills.

    Please contact the office and request Prior Learning Assessment for one course at a time. You will be directed to the Department Head who will supply you information about completing PLAR. You may apply for a maximum of three courses for exemption through PLAR and prior course equivalency. However, the Capstone Project cannot be completed by means of prior learning assessment.

    The fee for Prior Learning Assessment is half the tuition in that particular course at that time

    Process:

  • Apply for acceptance to the BC Provincial Instructor Diploma Program.
  • Contact the program office to request Prior Learning Assessment for a particular course.
  • Speak with the Department Head and compile the particular information and evidence requested to substantiate your request.
  • Include payment for the request and submit it together with the portfolio of information that you have compiled. Include a covering letter that identifies the course for which you are requesting PLAR.

  • Recommended Characteristics:


    If you can visualize yourself as a confident adult educator who leads learners through the complex process of mastering new knowledge, skills and attitudes, then the PIDP can help you reach that professional goal.

    The Provincial Instructor Diploma Program provides new instructors with the competencies needed to design, manage and evaluate the instruction of adults in postsecondary education, business, industry and non-traditional adult learning environments. It also provides instructors with an accredited development program leading to diplomas and degrees at Vancouver Community College and other institutions. Upon completion of the program, graduates are able to design curriculum, plan lessons, select activities, conduct classroom instruction in various environments, deal with individuals and groups effectively, assess learning and evaluate student performance, as well as assess course and instructor effectiveness. The program places a priority on developing the practical abilities that are needed to fulfill the role and responsibilities of working instructors. As well, the program emphasizes the development of the personal attributes needed to assume the duties of a professional educator. Some of the important skills stressed in the program include classroom leadership and facilitation skills, motivational skills and human relations skills.

    Course Schedule

    Fees and Other costs


    Application Fee $35
    Tuition Fee $3,517
    College Initiative Fee $56
    Other Costs $20 - Graduation Fee
    $141 - Campus Resource Fee (only apples to the on-campus program)
    $221 - Material Fee (does not apply for the online program)
    $28 - Other Fees (only applies to the off-campus program)
    $50 - Transfer Credit Fee

    For book lists and prices, check Bookstore.


    Fees are approximate and subject to change without notice. Students are responsible for any increase in fees if advanced payments are made. The application fee is non-refundable. Fees are refunded according to the refund policy. For further clarification, see withdrawals and refunds information page.

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    Contact us:

    By phone: School of Instructor Education at 604.871.7000, ext. 7488

    By email: sie@vcc.ca

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    Course Schedule

    Courses Schedule

     


    Currently Scheduled in Continuing Studies Jan-Mar2018 (201891)

    (PIDP 3100) Foundations of Adult Education 3.0 credits  course outline



    The Foundations of Adult Education course introduces participants to knowledge and skills which will be developed in subsequent courses of the Provincial Instructor Diploma Program. Participants will review key elements from the background and theory of adult education and the cognitive sciences. They will discuss the characteristics of the adult learner and adult learning, and outline key roles of the adult educator. In addition, participants will develop skills related to reflective practice, communication, and the use of learning tools. They will use search strategies to access resources which they will require in their work. Participants will be introduced to concepts and techniques used to plan for teaching and learning. They will examine ways to create positive environments for learning in courses, workshops, presentations, and short forms of on-the-job training.

    The primary instructional strategies for the course are in-class workshops, interactive instructor presentations, discussions, group work, independent research and reflective writing.

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      10005 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    02-Jan-2018
    to 09-Mar-2018
    Galy, Glenn
      10044 BCIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    19-Jan-2018
    to 02-Feb-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10044 BCIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    20-Jan-2018
    to 04-Feb-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10002 BWY-A Rm. 2606
    MTWRFM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    22-Jan-2018
    to 26-Jan-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10037 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Feb-2018
    to 13-Apr-2018
    Galy, Glenn
      10038 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Mar-2018
    to 11-May-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10026 CAMOSN Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    09-Mar-2018
    to 23-Mar-2018
    Metzger, Mary
      10026 CAMOSN Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    10-Mar-2018
    to 25-Mar-2018
    Metzger, Mary


    (PIDP 3210) Curriculum Development 3.0 credits  course outline



    The Curriculum Development course introduces participants to a range of theories and approaches to curriculum development, such as competency-based education and outcomes-based education. Although this course introduces such general concepts of curriculum theory and practice, the course focuses primarily upon the design and development of curriculum documents. In particular, participants will develop material related to their own work environment. In addition, participants will develop skills related to instructional design such as the development of plans for teaching and learning. The course highlights the importance of alignment; that is, the connection between course outcomes/goals, delivery of instruction, and the assessment and evaluation of learning. The course also prompts reflection upon the importance of designing and developing positive learning environments.
     
    The primary instructional strategies for the course are in-class workshops, instructor presentations, group work and discussion, independent research and curriculum development, and journal writing.

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      10006 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    02-Jan-2018
    to 09-Mar-2018
    Harrison, Jacqueline
      10011 BWY-A Rm. 2606
    MTWRFM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    29-Jan-2018
    to 02-Feb-2018
    Harrison, Jacqueline
      10018 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Feb-2018
    to 13-Apr-2018
    Harrison, Jacqueline
      10023 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Mar-2018
    to 11-May-2018
    Harrison, Jacqueline


    (PIDP 3220) Delivery of Instruction 3.0 credits  course outline



    The Delivery of Instruction course provides participants with the opportunity to prepare, deliver and debrief three short (10 min.) mini-lessons with the rest of the class. Participants are encouraged to select one lesson from each of the three domains of learning (cognitive, affective, psychomotor). They are expected to use a variety of techniques while they present content and processes in a clear, enthusiastic and interactive manner. They will provide useful feedback to other course participants. The instructor will critique each lesson as well. Participants will then reflect critically on each lesson they taught and prepare a written reflective report describing their progress and learning during the course. This particular approach has been proven to be highly effective in increasing instructional skills in adult educators.

    The instructional strategies include demonstration and practice of mini-lessons and providing oral and written feedback.

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      10057 NICCO Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    19-Jan-2018
    to 02-Feb-2018
    Galy, Glenn
      10057 NICCO Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    20-Jan-2018
    to 04-Feb-2018
    Galy, Glenn
      10003 BWY-A Rm. 2606
    MTWRFM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    19-Feb-2018
    to 23-Feb-2018
    Harrison, Jacqueline
      10045 BWY-A Rm. 3003
    MTWRFM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    19-Feb-2018
    to 23-Feb-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10087 BCIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    09-Mar-2018
    to 23-Mar-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10087 BCIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    10-Mar-2018
    to 25-Mar-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10088 BCIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    09-Mar-2018
    to 23-Mar-2018
    Harrison, Jacqueline
      10088 BCIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    10-Mar-2018
    to 25-Mar-2018
    Harrison, Jacqueline


    (PIDP 3230) Evaluation of Learning 3.0 credits  course outline



    The Evaluation of Learning course  examines the practices that support the assessment and  evaluation strategies used in education and training. The course provides the knowledge and skills to design and implement a comprehensive strategy for obtaining information that is used to inform learners of their progress and guide them to successful completion. The course enables the participants to plan, construct and use assessment instruments that are appropriate and ethical to their teaching  context.
                                    
    The primary instructional strategies for the course are in-class workshops, group work, independent self-directed research and reflective journaling.                   

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      10007 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    02-Jan-2018
    to 09-Mar-2018
    Galy, Glenn
      10013 BWY-A Rm. 2606
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    19-Jan-2018
    to 02-Feb-2018
    Carroll, Christopher
      10013 BWY-A Rm. 2606
    SM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1629
    20-Jan-2018
    to 03-Feb-2018
    Carroll, Christopher
      10060 SELKNL Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    03-Feb-2018
    to 04-Feb-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10060 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Feb-2018
    to 04-Mar-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10019 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Feb-2018
    to 13-Apr-2018
    Galy, Glenn
      10035 CNCPG Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    16-Feb-2018
    to 02-Mar-2018
    May, Jeff
      10035 CNCPG Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    17-Feb-2018
    to 04-Mar-2018
    May, Jeff
      10041 DOUG Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    16-Feb-2018
    to 02-Mar-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10041 DOUG Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    17-Feb-2018
    to 04-Mar-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10054 OC Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    16-Feb-2018
    to 02-Mar-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10054 OC Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    17-Feb-2018
    to 04-Mar-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10022 BWY-B Rm. 2206
    MTWRFM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    26-Feb-2018
    to 02-Mar-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10029 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Mar-2018
    to 11-May-2018
    Galy, Glenn


    (PIDP 3240) Media Enhanced Learning 3.0 credits  course outline



    The Media Enhanced Learning course enables participants to create, select, use and justify media, technology and tools for their various teaching and learning environments. The course emphasizes the application of media related concepts, copyright laws, media approaches and learning theories in the creation and selection of instructional media. Participants will investigate the current trends and issues, and will work with a wide range of instructional media tools.

     The primary instructional strategies for the course are on-line modules, group work, independent research and project development, discussions, conferences, presentations, and reflective journaling.                   
                  

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      10001 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    02-Jan-2018
    to 09-Mar-2018
    Cassell, Brian
      10012 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Feb-2018
    to 13-Apr-2018
    Cassell, Brian
      10025 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Mar-2018
    to 11-May-2018
    Cassell, Brian


    (PIDP 3250) Instructional Strategies 3.0 credits  course outline



    The Instructional Strategies course provides participants with the opportunity to experience a variety of instructional strategies and techniques which they can apply to their own teaching practice. Participants will develop and adapt motivational strategies to better engage their students. They will also learn how to manage classrooms and handle difficult situations in a respectful, professional manner. Participants will use creative techniques and frameworks to help their students learn how to learn and how to think critically and creatively.

    The main instructional strategies include interactive lectures, group discussions, collaborative learning projects, role plays, presentations, journal writing and reflective practices.

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      10014 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    02-Jan-2018
    to 09-Mar-2018
    Dewhurst, Alison
      10020 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Feb-2018
    to 13-Apr-2018
    Dewhurst, Alison
      10024 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    16-Feb-2018
    to 02-Mar-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10024 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    SM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1629
    17-Feb-2018
    to 03-Mar-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10032 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Mar-2018
    to 11-May-2018
    Dewhurst, Alison
      10030 BWY-A Rm. 2606
    MTWRFM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    12-Mar-2018
    to 16-Mar-2018
    Aitken, Robert


    (PIDP 3260) Professional Practice 3.0 credits  course outline



    The Professional Practice course introduces participants to the issues, themes and concepts of effective instruction, instructor competencies, informal and formal assessment and evaluation of instruction, as well as ethics, professionalism and career management. A central focus of the course is the use of feedback mechanisms to guide instruction and to improve one’s professional practice. Participants are also introduced to the purposes and methods of course evaluation. They will define their vision of effective instruction and design feedback instruments that assess their instructional competencies. Participants will analyze dilemmas and suggest resolutions to the problems that confront many adult educators. Using ethical principles and codes of conduct as reference points, they will strengthen and articulate their understanding of professionalism, which highlights the importance of ethical and professional behavior in their practice. The course also highlights the importance of developing a career management strategy which includes a professional development plan.

    The primary instructional strategies for this course include case study, cooperative learning, independent study and reflective writing.

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      10009 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    02-Jan-2018
    to 09-Mar-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10040 VIU Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    19-Jan-2018
    to 02-Feb-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10040 VIU Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    20-Jan-2018
    to 04-Feb-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10021 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Feb-2018
    to 13-Apr-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10016 SAIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    16-Feb-2018
    to 02-Mar-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10016 SAIT Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    17-Feb-2018
    to 04-Mar-2018
    TBATo be assigned
      10042 NLCDAW Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    16-Feb-2018
    to 02-Mar-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10042 NLCDAW Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    USM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    17-Feb-2018
    to 04-Mar-2018
    Aitken, Robert
      10047 ONLINE M-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday
    TBATo be assigned
    TBATo be assigned
    05-Mar-2018
    to 11-May-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10033 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2059
    09-Mar-2018
    to 23-Mar-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10033 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    SM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1629
    10-Mar-2018
    to 24-Mar-2018
    Brooke, Karen
      10017 BWY-A Rm. 2606
    MTWRFM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0900 - 1559
    19-Mar-2018
    to 23-Mar-2018
    Brooke, Karen


    (PIDP 3270) Capstone Project 2.0 credits  course outline



    During the Capstone Project, participants will outline and describe what relevant life and work experiences they brought into the program. They will then reflect upon the themes and concepts, key insights and points of learning from each PIDP course and how they understand  the integration of these insights in terms of their own work. The participants will develop and deepen the reflection of their personal experiences in the program and the implications for their practice. Last, the participants will design, deliver, digitally record and self-assess a 45-90 minute lesson which will be delivered in a real setting.

    This is a self-paced course in which participants work on their own, in consultation with their PIDP Advisor, to complete the course requirements.

    Prerequisite: Successful completion of all seven PIDP courses (PIDP 3100, 3210, 3220, 3230, 3240, 3250 or 3280, 3260 or 3290).

    Please contact the office to arrange an advisor..

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    02-Jan-2018
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    Upcoming Schedules in Continuing Studies Apr-Aug2018 (201892)

    Term 1

    (PIDP 3100) Foundations of Adult Education
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PIDP 3210) Curriculum Development
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PIDP 3220) Delivery of Instruction
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PIDP 3230) Evaluation of Learning
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PIDP 3240) Media Enhanced Learning
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PIDP 3250) Instructional Strategies
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PIDP 3260) Professional Practice
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PIDP 3270) Capstone Project
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    2.0 credits  course outline