How To Become A Teacher In Ontario?

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  • How To Become A Teacher In Ontario?


Answer #1 | 02/01 2014 12:15
I am going to become a teacher as well... take sciences, maths, languages all in academic level all the way through high school. You must go to university to become a teacher... the B.Ed (Bachelor of Education) program is 4+1 years, meaning 4 years in university and 1 year OCT (Ontario College of Teachers). In order to get accepted into OCT you need to complete university. Most university sites have tuition estimators but it's around 10 000 right now per year, plus text books and all other expenses that aren't included... check out the websites of different universities and talk to teachers and guidance counselors. That's what I'm doing and im also doing my research. The salary depends on if you're specializing, if youre high school, elementary or post-secondary, and if youre in an English board or a French one. The process is a B.Ed. program of 4 years (plus a 3-5 year program prior to that if youre specializing) and 1 year of OCT. You can look up any registered teacher on OCT. OCT as well as any university site will give you requirements to apply to their university.

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