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Join us at Laurier

Becoming a Golden Hawk means more than just cheering on our (really good) varsity teams – it means being a student who cares about your community, who works hard in the classroom, and who takes advantage of all the learning opportunities that can happen outside the classroom, too.

Learning Environment

Use effective strategies to develop positive relationships and create an inclusive learning environment that respects diverse learner identities, and supports the development of self-regulated, adaptive and social justice-oriented learners.

Knowledge of Education

Construct and apply subject-specific knowledge and understanding of students, Ontario curriculum, legislation, teaching practices, technology integration, and classroom management strategies, to promote the learning achievement of all students.


Design short- and long-term instructional plans that are developmentally appropriate and relevant to diverse learner needs, perspectives and experiences, using appropriate technologies and resources.

Instructional Strategies

Implement a broad range of evidence-based instructional strategies and technologies that promote self-regulated student learning and develop creative and critical thinking, collaborative and problem-solving skills.


Conduct ongoing assessment of student progress, make data-informed decisions for differentiated instruction, and develop skills to evaluate student achievement and communicate results to students and parents/guardians.


Communicate effectively and professionally with diverse audiences using various media including both face-to-face interaction and online methods, in written, visual and oral forms.


Adopt a professional demeanour in both school and university contexts, develop professional relationships, and follow ethical standards of practice.

Inquiry and Continuous Learning

Adapt and refine teaching practices through inquiry and reflection, using a variety of sources and resources, including collaborative, professional learning networks in face-to-face and digital environments.

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