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Teacher shortage: TÉLUQ University creates new programs in education

Press release - In the current context of a shortage of teaching personnel, TÉLUQ University has developed new distance education programs, some of which are offered in partnership with other components of the Université du Québec network. 

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Press release - In the current context of a shortage of teaching personnel, TÉLUQ University has developed new distance education programs, some of which are offered in partnership with other components of the Université du Québec network:

Qualifying Master's Degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education

This master's degree leads to a Quebec teaching certificate. It is offered in association with the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, which offers a Master's degree in Secondary Education, with concentrations in mathematics and French.

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Certificate in Secondary Education Support

This certificate is intended for people who do supply teaching in Quebec high schools and who wish to obtain strategies for better teaching. It is offered by five universities in the Université du Québec network.

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Graduate diploma in school management

This program is designed for school administrators or those who wish to become one. It takes into account the specific realities of the environment and meets the requirement to complete a graduate degree in order to hold a position as a school principal or vice-principal.

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5 courses for teachers trained outside Canada

These courses were created for individuals who have their probationary teaching permit in Quebec and who have completed their teacher education in another province or territory in Canada. These courses are part of the requirements of the Ministère de l'Éducation du Québec for a teacher's certificate.

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The Executive Director, Lucie Laflamme, emphasizes that "on the eve of its 50th anniversary, TÉLUQ University, a pioneer in distance education, and whose expertise in education is recognized, is once again demonstrating its agility and relevance with the creation of these new courses. It is once again responding to a major societal need, just as it did when the free I teach remotely. "

The applications for admission to these courses can be submitted now online. All of them can be completed entirely by distance learning, including exams, on a full-time or part-time basis.

TELUQ University

Created in 1972 to make knowledge accessible, TÉLUQ is the only French-language university in North America to offer all its programs by distance learning. Each year, close to 20,000 people choose the flexibility of TÉLUQ to pursue their university studies, from 1er to 3e cycle. 

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