Course Lecturer EDEA 332-002 DISE W24

McGill University

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Course Description:

EDEA 332 Art Curriculum and Instruction – Elementary

An introduction to theories on children’s visual expression and perception, lesson planning, and classroom-oriented studio practice.

Course Credits: 3

Number of positions available: 1

This course is not Team taught.

Teaching Qualification Requirements:


  • Master’s degree (in exceptional circumstances applicants without a Master’s degree but with significant research or professional experience related to the course content may be considered)

  • A degree in Fine Arts or equivalent

  • A teaching degree or equivalent, and experience teaching in the elementary schools


  • Expert knowledge of course content and elementary Art Education

  • Knowledge of the Quebec Education Program (QEP)

  • Familiarity with the 12 professional competencies specified in the Ministère de l’Éducation

  • Experience teaching in the Quebec elementary schools system

  • Previous successful experience teaching similar courses to pre-service teachers


  • A commitment to working with a team of committed and engage instructors

  • Must be available to attend course coordination and planning meeting minimum of  2 weeks in advance of the course start date

Other information:

Posting Period: October 2, 2023 to October 16, 2023 (inclusive)

Hiring Unit:

Department of Integrated Studies in Education

Course Title:

Assessment in TESL

Subject Code:

EDEA 332 002


EDUC 437


MW 08:35 am-11:25 am

Deadline to Apply:


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