Online Courses

Online Learning

The Faculty of Education has a long tradition of supporting online learning courses. The flexibility of course delivery has enabled thousands of UBC students to complete their programs and receive degrees. Increased student-student and student-teacher interaction, up-to-date content, and access to the most current references are just a few benefits of online learning.

Our How to Apply & Register page provides detailed information on admissions.

Subject Areas

To find available course sections click the course code to open the UBC Calendar. Online courses are not available in every term and there may be on-campus sections in the calendar, so check the course details to ensure you register in the right section.

Note: Course outlines are subject to change. A full course syllabus will be provided by the instructor at the beginning of each course.


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
ADHE 327 Teaching Adults Outline 3
ADHE 328 Institutions of Adult Education Outline 3
ADHE 329 Developing Short Courses, Workshops and Seminars Outline 3
ADHE 330 The Community Practice of Adult Education Outline 3
ADHE 412 An Overview of Adult Education Outline 3

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ADHE327 Teaching Adults Sections

Planning, conducting and evaluating instruction for adults. Consideration is given to different beliefs and ways of thinking about teaching.

ADHE328 Institutions of Adult Education Sections

The history, roles, and activities of institutions in the field of adult education. Institutions in Canada, Great Britain, and the United States are emphasized, and some experiences in other countries are examined.

ADHE329 Developing Short Courses, Workshops and Seminars Sections

Organization and administration of adult education events such as short courses, seminars, workshops, conferences and institutes.

ADHE330 The Community Practice of Adult Education Sections

Community based adult education with particular emphasis on the application of knowledge of the social, economic, cultural and political environment in developing and conducting adult education programs with an for individuals and groups.

ADHE412 An Overview of Adult Education Sections

Survey of adult education theory and practice in Canada and the world. The focus is on the purpose and participation in, adult education, characteristics of learners, and the training of adult educators.

ADHE Course Waitlists

Due to the demand for our courses we have a waitlist for classes that are full. Please sign up for the waitlist section of the course.
For wait-listed students please note the following:
  1. Please be aware that registration is blocked once courses are full, which prevents everyone from registering. If your registration is blocked, please check to see if the course is full, and then sign up for the waitlist section of the course.
  2. The waitlist works on a priority basis; if seats become available they are given to students who are registered in the following degree programs: (a) ALE MEds/MAs, (b) ADHE Diploma, and (c) CAHE Arts Minor. This is followed by students outside of these degrees by registration date.
  3. Students will be moved into the class automatically as seats become available. Please check the SSC to confirm your registration.
  4. We will be moving in students off the waitlist and into the course once per day. If you see a space available in the course that means we have either not moved in students today, or that someone has dropped the course after we have moved in students and that seat will not be assigned until the next day.
  5. In most cases waitlists will continue to be active and will be monitored up to the last day to withdraw without a W standing for the term. The waitlist will be deleted after this date.
  6. If you have any further questions please contact pro-d.educ@ubc.ca.


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
CNPS 363 Career Counselling Outline 3
CNPS 364 Family Education and Consultation Outline 3
CNPS 365 Introduction to Theories of Counselling Outline 3
CNPS 426 The Role of the Teacher in Guidance Outline 6
CNPS 427 Guidance: Planning and Decision Making Outline 3
CNPS 433 The Personal and Social Development of the Adult Outline 3

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CNPS362 Basic Interviewing Skills Sections

Development of basic interviewing skills for counselling and guidance.

CNPS363 Career Counselling Sections

Critical survey of career counselling theory and practice.

CNPS364 Family Education and Consultation Sections

Examination of current theories and practices in family education and consultation.

CNPS365 Introduction to Theories of Counselling Sections

An overview of selected theories of counselling.

CNPS427 Guidance: Planning and Decision-making Sections

The work of the beginning counsellor and guidance worker in assisting students with educational, vocational, and personal planning and decision-making.

CNPS433 The Personal and Social Development of the Adult Sections

Personal and social adjustment issues for professional counsellors; basic skills necessary for effective group counselling.

CNPS532C Psychological Assessment in Counselling - PSYC ASSESS CNSL Sections

The use of standardized measures of mental ability, achievement, aptitude, interest and personality.

CNPS545 Family Counselling - Interventions and Research Sections

Main theoretical and therapeutic approaches of contemporary family counselling with emphasis on intervention and critical research issues in educational and other counselling settings.

CNPS574 Career Planning and Decision-Making Counselling Sections

Theory, research, and practice of career planning and decision counselling.

CNPS580A Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC 1 Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

CNPS580C Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

CNPS584 Program Development and Professional Practice in Counselling Sections

Designing, implementing and assessing counselling programs in schools, colleges, universities, and other counselling settings.

CNPS594 Cross-Cultural Counselling Sections

Critical analysis of cross-cultural counselling theory, research and practice.

CNPS598C Field Experiences - FIELD EXPERIENCE Sections

For students in the master's program. Pass/Fail.

CNPS598H Field Experiences - FIELD EXPERIENCE Sections

For students in the master's program. Pass/Fail.

CNPS599C Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections

CNPS677 Theories of Vocational Development Sections

Sociological and psychological aspects of career planning, theories of vocational development, vocational choice.

CNPS698 Pre-Doctoral Internship Sections

A 1600-hour supervised internship in Counselling Psychology. Internship sites offer counselling services as detailed in the "Speciality Guidelines for the Delivery of Services by Counselling Psychologists" (APA). Pass/Fail.

CNPS699 Doctoral Dissertation Sections

Pass/Fail.


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
ECED 400 Introduction to Early Childhood Education and Care Outline 3
ECED 401 Supporting Young Children’s Health and Well-Being in Early Childhood Settings Outline 3
ECED 405A Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education Outline 3
ECED 406 Early Learning Curriculum in the Pre-School Years Outline 3
ECED 407 Supporting Early Learning in the Preschool Years Outline 3
ECED 416 Kindergarten Curriculum Outline 3
ECED 417 Supporting Learning in the Kindergarten Year Outline 3
ECED 420 History of Early Childhood Education Outline 3
ECED 421 Supporting Young Children Through Home, School and Community Relationships Outline 3
ECED 438 Observation and Documentation in Early Childhood Settings Outline 3
ECED 439 Assessment of Infants and Young Children with Special Needs Outline 3
ECED 440 Supporting Social and Communication Development in Infants and Young Children with Special Needs Outline 3
ECED 441 Early Intervention for Infants and Young Children with Sensory Loss and Motor Impairments Outline 3
ECED 442 Supporting Indigenous Infants and Young Children within the Context of Their Communities Outline 3
ECED 480B Selected Topics in Early Childhood Education: Sociocultural Perspectives in Early Childhood Education Outline 3

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ECED407 Supporting Early Learning in the Pre-School Years Sections

Planning and implementing pre-kindergarten learning experiences; resources, materials, curriculum integration, evaluation, scheduling, and classroom design.

ECED416 Kindergarten Curriculum Sections

The development of kindergarten programs with reference to recent research, theories of early learning, curriculum trends and practices, and the place of kindergarten in contemporary education.

ECED417 Supporting Learning in the Kindergarten Year Sections

Designing environments, experiences, activities, instruction, and assessment to foster children's learning in the kindergarten year.

ECED420 History of Early Childhood Education Sections

Political and social factors which influenced movements and trends in early childhood education in North America, pre-kindergarten through primary.

ECED438 Observation and Documentation in Early Childhood Settings Sections

ECED480A Selected Topics in Early Childhood Education - SELECT TOPIC ECE Sections

ECED530B Early Childhood Development, Intervention, and Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs - INT&INCL PROGRMS Sections

ECED565A Special Course in Early Childhood Education - SP CRS ECE Sections

ECED580A Problems in Early Childhood Education - PROB IN ECE Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

ECED580C Problems in Early Childhood Education - PROB IN ECE Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

ECED590A Graduating Project - GRADUATING PRJCT Sections

Pass/Fail.

ECED590E Graduating Project - GRADUATING PRJCT Sections

Pass/Fail.

ECED599A Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
EDCP 491 Home Economics II – Secondary: Curriculum and Pedagogy Outline 3
EDCP 492 Special Study in Home Economics: Textile Studies, An Exploration of Textiles and Design: Issues, Innovations and Influences Outline 3
EDCP 493 Special Study in Home Economics: Foods Studies Outline 3
EDCP 494 Special Study in Home Economics: Family Studies Outline 3
EDCP 498 Curriculum Inquiry in Home Economics Outline 3

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EDCP325 Approaches to Health Education Sections

EDCP327A Special Topics in Health Education - TPCS HEALTH ED Sections

EDCP328 Environmental Education Sections

EDCP329 Agriculture in the Curriculum Sections

Agricultural awareness, understanding the food system, and integration of food and agricultural literacy across the curriculum.

EDCP403 Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Three-Dimensional Practices and Processes Sections

Pass/Fail.

EDCP413 Digital Media for Music Education Sections

EDCP423 Outdoor Environmental Education: Design, Implementation and Assessment Sections

Costs for field trips and an overnight experience are borne by students.

EDCP441B Assessment in Mathematics Education - ASSMNT MATH EDUC Sections

EDCP453 Biology for Teaching: Topics and Pedagogical Approaches - Secondary Sections

Teacher Education Office approval is required. Open only to secondary students admitted with an academic deficiency. Not for credit towards a graduate degree or for undergraduate credit in an academic subject. Pass/Fail.

EDCP455 Earth and Space Science for Teaching: Topics and Pedagogical Approaches - Secondary Sections

Teacher Education Office approval is required. Open only to secondary students admitted with an academic deficiency. Not for credit toward graduate degree or for undergraduate credit in an academic subject. Pass/Fail.

EDCP456 Botany for Teaching: Topics and Pedagogical Approaches - Secondary Sections

Teacher Education Office approval is required. Open only to secondary students admitted with an academic deficiecy. Not for credit toward graduate degree or for undergraduate credit in an academic subject. Pass/Fail.

EDCP467A Special Topics in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SP TPCS C&P Sections

EDCP467B Special Topics in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SP TPCS C&P Sections

EDCP467C Special Topics in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SP TPCS C&P Sections

EDCP467D Special Topics in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SP TPCS C&P Sections

EDCP467E Special Topics in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SP TPCS C&P Sections

EDCP467F Special Topics in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SP TPCS C&P Sections

EDCP468D Directed Study in Curriculum and Pedagogy - DIR STUDIES Sections

Pass/Fail.

EDCP481 Media Studies Across the Curriculum Sections

EDCP491 Home Economics II - Secondary: Curriculum and Pedagogy Sections

EDCP493 Special Study in Home Economics: Foods Studies Sections

EDCP494 Special Study in Home Economics: Family Studies Sections

EDCP496 Global Education and Curriculum Sections

EDCP508A Review of Research in Curriculum and Pedagogy - REV RES CURR&PED Sections

Studies of recent research bearing on education practice.

EDCP508D Review of Research in Curriculum and Pedagogy - REV RES CURR&PED Sections

Studies of recent research bearing on education practice.

EDCP512A Education Action Research - EDUC ACT RESEAR Sections

EDCP523A Seminar in Art Education - SEMINAR ART EDUC Sections

EDCP531 Health Promotion, Wellness and Lifeskills in Outdoor Settings Sections

EDCP532 Theories and Dimensions of Place-Based Education: Ecohumanist, Critical, and Indigenous Lenses Sections

EDCP533 Health, Outdoor and Physical Experiential Education Curriculum, Pedagogy and Place in the Elementary School Sections

Concepts, skills, and dispositions necessary to teach health, outdoor and physical education through inclusive, developmentally appropriate progressions. Introduction to theoretical, philosophical and practical research dimensions of constructivist learning and teaching approaches with reference to the BC Curriculum.

EDCP534 Seminar in School Health Education Sections

EDCP536 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Home Economics Sections

EDCP538 Theory and Research in Environmental Education Sections

Research literature and theoretical issues in environmental education.

EDCP562 Curriculum Issues and Theories Sections

EDCP580A Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC Sections

Directed Studies and Major Essay in the diverse disciplines and topics of curriculum and pedagogy.

EDCP580B Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC Sections

Directed Studies and Major Essay in the diverse disciplines and topics of curriculum and pedagogy.

EDCP585A Special Course in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SPECIAL CURR&PED Sections

EDCP585B Special Course in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SPECIAL CURR&PED Sections

EDCP585D Special Course in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SPECIAL CURR&PED Sections

EDCP585E Special Course in Curriculum and Pedagogy - SPECIAL CURR&PED Sections

EDCP590 Graduating Paper Sections

EDCP598C Field Experiences - FIELD EXPERIENCE Sections

Field experiences in community-based or museum contexts. Focus on curriculum design and evaluation.

EDCP599C Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections

EDCP699 Doctoral Dissertation Sections

Pass/Fail.


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
EDST 493 Introduction to the Study of Higher Education Outline 3

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EDST403 Education, Knowledge, and Curriculum Sections

Pass/Fail.

EDST404 Ethics and Teaching Sections

Pass/Fail.

EDST428 The Social Foundations of Education Sections

An application of the social sciences to the study of education. Pass/Fail.

EDST493 Introduction to the Study of Higher Education Sections

An overview of the field of study of higher education in Canada and other countries emphasizing current issues such as accessibility, enrolment, diversity of offerings, and internationalization.

EDST501 Research Traditions in Educational Administration Sections

EDST508A Review of Research in Educational Studies - REV RES ED STUDS Sections

EDST508B Review of Research in Educational Studies - REV RES ED STUDS Sections

EDST514 Adult Education Program Planning Theory Sections

EDST518 Theory and Research on Adult Learning Sections

EDST528 Social Movements, Political Learning and Popular Education Sections

EDST532 Leadership in Educational Organizations Sections

EDST536 Higher Education Systems in Canada Sections

EDST542 Fostering Learning in Practice Sections

EDST552 School Law Sections

EDST557 Professional Ethics and School Leadership Sections

EDST561A Practicum - PRACTICUM Sections

EDST561B Practicum - PRACTICUM Sections

EDST561C Practicum - PRACTICUM Sections

EDST565A Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SP CRS SUB FLD 1 Sections

EDST565B Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SP CRS SUB FLD 2 Sections

EDST565D Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SP CRS SBJCT FLD Sections

EDST565E Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SP CRS SBJCT FLD Sections

EDST565F Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SP CRS SBJCT FLD Sections

EDST572 Research, Writing, and Representation Sections

EDST580A Directed Study - DIRECTED STUDY Sections

EDST580B Directed Study - DIRECTED STUDY Sections

EDST580C Directed Study - DIRECTED STUDY Sections

EDST582 The Study of Educational Organizations Sections

EDST588 Environmental Philosophy and Education Sections

EDST590 Graduating Paper Sections

Pass/Fail.

EDST593A Ethics and Education - ETHICS & EDUC Sections

EDST598A Field Experiences - FIELD EXPERIENCE Sections

EDST599C Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections

EDST599E Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections

EDST601A Doctoral Seminar - DOCTORAL SEM Sections

Required of students in the first year of a doctoral program. Pass/Fail.

EDST690 Ed.D. Thesis Sections

Pass/Fail.

EDST699 Doctoral Dissertation Sections

Pass/Fail.


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
EPSE 303 Teaching Highly Able Learners Outline 3
EPSE 317 Development and Exceptionality in the Regular Classroom Outline 3
EPSE 348 Family-Centered Practice for Children with Special Needs Outline 3
EPSE 390 Special Topics in Special Education: Educating for Creativity Outline 3
EPSE 403 Education of Students with Developmental Disabilities in Inclusive Settings Outline 3
EPSE 406 Typical and Atypical Development in Infants and Children Outline 3
EPSE 408 Educational Programming for Highly Able Learners Outline 3
EPSE 410 Assistive Technology in Special Education Outline 3
EPSE 432 Classroom Management Outline 3
EPSE 449 Education of Students with Autism Outline 3
EPSE 512 Critical Issues in Special Education Outline 3

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EPSE303 Teaching Highly Able Learners Sections

Identification and appraisal of developmental and educational needs of highly able learners.

EPSE312 Introduction to the Study of Exceptional Children Sections

An examination of all groups of exceptional children in terms of definition, incidence, characteristics, diagnosis and treatment. Prerequisite to most other courses in Special Education. Can be taken concurrently with several other introductory courses in Special Education.

EPSE316 Learning Disabilities Sections

Identification, assessment and needs of children with learning disabilities.

EPSE317 Development and Exceptionality in the Regular Classroom Sections

The teacher's role in dealing with major developmental and special educational issues and problems within the regular classroom program, including working with supportive services, parents, and communities. Designated sections will focus on early childhood, middle childhood or adolescence. Pass/Fail.

EPSE320 Classroom Inclusion of Students who are Blind and Visually Impaired Sections

Inclusion issues of students with visual impairments in general education classrooms; information about visual impairment, classroom adaptations and accommodations, and application of Universal Design. Appropriate for education majors and classroom teachers.

EPSE348 Family-Centred Practice for Children with Special Needs Sections

EPSE401 Instructional Design Sections

Principles of instructional design and their application to the development, analysis, and evaluation of instructional plans for selected settings, instructional formats, and age groupings of learners.

EPSE403 Education of Students with Developmental Disabilities in Inclusive Settings Sections

EPSE406 Typical and Atypical Development in Infants and Children Sections

EPSE408 Educational Programming for Highly Able Learners Sections

Planning elementary and secondary level programs for highly able learners.

EPSE421 Assessment of Learning Difficulties Sections

Theories of learning and instruction; principles and practices of diagnosis and assessment as these relate to students with relevant special needs.

EPSE432 Classroom Management Sections

EPSE433 Assessment and Positive Behavioural Support in School and Community Settings Sections

EPSE436 Survey of Behaviour Disorders in Children and Adolescents Sections

EPSE437 Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Behaviour Disorders Sections

EPSE449 Education of Students with Autism Sections

EPSE456 Advanced Orientation and Mobility Techniques Sections

EPSE482 Introduction to Statistics for Research in Education Sections

Basic concepts and principles of descriptive and inferential statistics. Designed for students proceeding to graduate work involving quantitative methodology.

EPSE483 Reading and Interpreting Research in Education Sections

Introductory research methods course for students who wish to be critical readers rather than producers of educational research. Develops skills for locating, understanding, interpreting and critiquing educational empirical research. May not be used as a prerequisite to EPSE 592 or EPSE 596.

EPSE503 Cultural Perspectives on Learning, Development and Media Sections

EPSE509 Organization of Special Education Services Sections

EPSE511 Special Topics in Human Development, Learning, and Culture Sections

EPSE512 Critical Issues in Special Education Sections

EPSE513 Foundations of Orientation and Mobility for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments Sections

Credit will be granted for only one of EPSE 455 or EPSE 513.

EPSE516 Seminar in the Development and Education of Highly Able and Creative Learners Sections

EPSE518 Speech Development of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Sections

EPSE528 Basic Principles of Measurement Sections

EPSE530 Seminar in Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Sections

EPSE552A School-Based Interventions - SCH INTRVENTIONS Sections

EPSE561C Laboratory Practicum - LAB PRACTICUM Sections

EPSE565K Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SP CRSE: SUBJ FL Sections

EPSE578 Ethics for Behaviour Analysts Sections

Knowledge of the ethical principles, standards, and practices consistent with the role of an applied behaviour analyst. Application of ethical reasoning in applied behaviour analytic work with children, youth, and adults in home, school, and community settings will be emphasized.

EPSE580A Investigation and Report of a Problem in Education - INV&RPT PROBS ED Sections

EPSE580B Investigation and Report of a Problem in Education - INV&RPT PROBS ED Sections

EPSE586 Analyzing Discourse and Talk: An Overview of Methods Sections

Credit will be granted for only one of EPSE 586, LLED 501, and LLED 575.

EPSE589B Master's Internship in School Psychology - INTERN SCH PSYCH Sections

Pass/Fail.

EPSE590 Graduating Paper/Seminar Sections

Pass/Fail.

EPSE598A Field Experiences - FIELD EXPERIENCE Sections

Pass/Fail.

EPSE599A Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections

EPSE681A Advanced Topics in Measurement, Evaluation, and Research - ADV TOPCS MERM Sections

EPSE687A Doctoral Practicum In School or Counselling Psychology - SCH CNS PSY PRAC Sections

Pass/Fail

EPSE687C Doctoral Practicum In School or Counselling Psychology - SCH CNS PSY PRAC Sections

Pass/Fail

EPSE688A Supervision of School Psychology Practice - SUPERV SCH PSYCH Sections

Instruction and practice in the supervision of school psychology.

EPSE689B Pre-Doctoral Internship in School Psychology - INTERN SCH PSYCH Sections

Pass/Fail.

EPSE699 Doctoral Dissertation Sections

Pass/Fail.


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
EDCP 491 Home Economics II – Secondary: Curriculum and Pedagogy Outline 3
EDCP 492 Special Study in Home Economics: Textile Studies, An Exploration of Textiles and Design: Issues, Innovations and Influences Outline 3
EDCP 493 Special Study in Home Economics: Foods Studies Outline 3
EDCP 494 Special Study in Home Economics: Family Studies Outline 3

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Summer 2018
No HMED course(s) were found for S2018 term.


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
LIBE 461 Administration of the School Library Resource Centre Outline 3
LIBE 463 Selection of Learning Resources Outline 3
LIBE 465 Organization of Learning Resources Outline 3
LIBE 467 Information Services Outline 3
LIBE 477B Special Topics in Teacher Librarianship – New Media and New Technologies in the School Library Program Outline 3

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LIBE463 Selection of Learning Resources I Sections

LIBE467 Information Services I Sections

LIBE477B Special Topics in Teacher Librarianship - SP TPCS TCH LIBR Sections

In-depth study of selected topics in library education.

LIBE580A Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC 1 Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

LIBE580C Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

LIBE590 Graduating Paper Sections

Pass/Fail.

LIBE598A Field Experiences - FIELD EXPER 1 Sections

For students in master's, doctoral, and diploma programs.

LIBE599C Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections

LIBE599D Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections

LIBE599E Master's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS Sections


UBC Calendar Course Title Course Outline Credits
LLED 391 Theory and Practice in Reading Instruction: Learning to Read in an Online World Outline 3
LLED 421 Gramligne: Learning and Teaching Grammar in Text for the Second Language Classroom Outline 3
LLED 422 Language Assessment in the French as a Second/Additional Language Classroom Outline 3
LLED 441 Introduction to Teaching Children’s Literature Outline 3
LLED 446 Teaching with Illustrated Materials, K-12: From Picture Books to Information Texts Outline 3
LLED 452 Disciplinary Literacies: Intermediate through Secondary Outline 3
LLED 459 Trends and Issues in Literacy Instruction Outline 3
LLED 462 School Library Resource Centre Programs Outline 3
LLED 469 Inquiry-Based Pedagogy in School Library Programs Outline 3
LLED 479 The Education of Immigrant Students Outline 3

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LLED315A English as a Second Language - Secondary: Curriculum and Pedagogy - ESL SEC C&P Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED353 Teaching and Learning English as an Additional Language: Elementary Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED361 Literacy Practices and Assessment: Secondary Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED367 Teaching Writing Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED368 Multiliteracies in English Language Arts Classrooms Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED387 Secondary Theatre: Applications to Curriculum Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED433 Drama in Education: Creative Approaches and Strategies Sections

Drama-based activities relevant to a wide range of classroom contexts; involves reading about, practicing, and discussing various creative drama approaches and strategies developed by contemporary scholars and practitioners. Pass/Fail.

LLED434 Drama in Education: Cross-Curricular Learning and Story Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED435A Drama in Education: Community, Inquiry, and Performance - DRAMA COMMUNITY Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED441 Introduction to Teaching Children's Literature Sections

LLED444 Transcultural Children's Literature Sections

Ways in which children's literature is informed by diverse, complex influences including culture(s) and language(s), and related problems, issues and controversies.

LLED449 Teaching Adolescents Literature Sections

Instructional methodologies and theories in teaching literature to adolescents.

LLED478A Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language - INTRO TO TESL Sections

LLED478B Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language - INTRO TO TESL Sections

LLED478C Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language - INTRO TO TESL Sections

LLED481 Digital Media in English Language Arts Education Sections

LLED489A Applied Linguistics for Teachers - APPL LING TEACH Sections

LLED489B Applied Linguistics for Teachers - APPL LING TEACH Sections

LLED489C Applied Linguistics for Teachers - APPL LING TEACH Sections

LLED501 Analyzing Discourse and Talk: An Overview of Methods Sections

Credit will be granted for only one of LLED 501, LLED 575, and EPSE 586.

LLED520 Theory and Research in Teaching of Modern Languages Sections

LLED559 Early Literacies with Digital Technologies and Media Sections

LLED565B Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SPC C SUBJ MTFLD Sections

Courses in various subject matter fields designed to bring teachers up to date in recent findings in each field.

LLED565F Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SPC C SUBJ MTFLD Sections

Courses in various subject matter fields designed to bring teachers up to date in recent findings in each field.

LLED565H Special Course in Subject Matter Field - SPC C SUBJ MTFLD Sections

Courses in various subject matter fields designed to bring teachers up to date in recent findings in each field.

LLED573A Theories of Second Language Acquisition - SEC LANG ACQ Sections

LLED580A Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

LLED580C Problems in Education - PROB IN EDUC Sections

Investigation and report of a problem.

LLED590 Graduating Paper Sections

Pass/Fail.

LLED599 Master's Thesis Sections

LLED699 Doctoral Dissertation Sections

LLED Course Waitlists

Due to the demand for our courses we have a waitlist for classes that are full. Please sign up for the waitlist section of the course.
For wait-listed students please note the following:
  1. Please be aware that registration is blocked once courses are full, which prevents everyone from registering. If your registration is blocked, please check to see if the course is full, and then sign up for the waitlist section of the course.
  2. The waitlist works on a priority basis; if seats become available they are given to students who are registered in the following programs: (a) DEDU LIBE, (b) DEDU LLED, and (c) EDUC Certificate LIBE. This is followed by students outside of these programs by registration date.
  3. Students will be moved into the class automatically as seats become available. Please check the SSC to confirm your registration.
  4. We will be moving in students off the waitlist and into the course once per day. If you see a space available in the course that means we have either not moved in students today, or that someone has dropped the course after we have moved in students and that seat will not be assigned until the next day.
  5. In most cases waitlists will continue to be active and will be monitored up to the last day to withdraw without a W standing for the term. The waitlist will be deleted after this date.
  6. If you have any further questions please contact pro-d.educ@ubc.ca.

** Online courses can be part of your Diploma or Certificate program!

Resources for Online Learning

Requirements for Online learning

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Resources for Online Learning

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