Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Education (2007/2008)
2.3 Regulations for the Diploma in Native and Northern Education in Labrador
  1. The Diploma in Native and Northern Education in Labrador (T.E.P.L.) is a teacher education program in Labrador with Options in Classroom Teacher or Core Language Teacher.

  2. Admission to the TEPL program requires a regular application for admission to Memorial University of Newfoundland and a special application for admission to the program. Application forms may be obtained from the Office of Native and Northern Teacher Education Programs, Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, A1B 3X8.

  3. A candidate for admission to this program must normally be a speaker of either Innu-aimun or Inuktitut and meet the General Admission Requirements of the University as outlined in the Calendar.

  4. To be eligible for the Diploma in Native and Northern Education, a candidate shall complete a total of 60 credit hours as follows:

    The following 30 credit hours are required for both Option A - Classroom Teacher and Option B - Core Language Teacher.

  5. For Option A - Classroom Teacher - the following 30 credit hours are compulsory in addition to those in 4. Above.

    1. Education 2182, Education 2194, Education 2200, Education 2350, Education 3007, Education 3140, Education 3281, Education 3961, Education 4330, Sociology/Anthropology 2220

    2. Professional Seminars. This is a non-credit component which is compulsory and will include seminars dealing with topics such as: Classroom Management, Organizational Skills, Healing, Computer Training and Resource Development.

  6. For Option B - Core Language Teacher - the following 30 credit hours are compulsory in addition to those in 4. above.

    1. Education 2035, Education 2036, Education 2037, Education 2038, Education 2039, Education 2041, Education 3007, Education 4221 or 4231, Education 4330, Linguistics 2021,or 2031

    2. Professional Seminars. This is a non-credit component which is compulsory and will include seminars dealing with topics such as: Classroom Management, Organizational Skills, Healing, Computer Training, and Resource Development.

Note:

Courses designated for the TEPL program (designated by T) are intended for students registered in this program, but may be opened to other students upon permission of the Office of Undergraduate Student Services.