Definitely go through the Ontario College of Teachers to get
clarification of the process to teach here.
The only possible shortage is French speaking teachers in
immersion schools. My neighbour who spoke/wrote French
fluently got several job offers and the only teacher who I
know had a choice where she would work.
All the best.
On 8/05/15, Steve wrote:
> I am an American, male, certified in my state in elementary
> special ed general curriculum (moderate disability, k-12),
and Spanish (k-
> 12) The licensing requirements seem to be pretty straight
> Americans based on the appropriate agencies for several
provinces, but I
> do have a few questions with which I hope you could help.
> I know the teaching market in most provinces is pretty
> ultimate plan is to pursue graduate studies in Canada, both
to further my
> education and because it makes immigration easier. Is it
possible to earn
> additional qualification areas on a Canadian teaching
certificate via a
> masters program? If so, what are some high needs areas in
> can be pursued at a masters level for the intention of
adding an additional
> field to a teaching cert?
> I speak French, because I used to live in France. I know
> bilingual/French language education is much more needed
> language. However, I don't have any formal qualifications
and I can't see
> if simply being bilingual with a certificate is enough to
qualify for those
> jobs. Is it necessary to have some sort of certification or
> seek them?
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