Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

How to Apply - Outdoor and Experiential Education 

For information on this program, please visit the Outdoor & Experiential Education.

Concurrent Education students submit the following documents to Student Services by 15 December 2018, if their final B.Ed. year is in 2019-2020.

Consecutive Education applicants submit official transcripts of all post-secondary institutions attended, a Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) and the Supplemental Documents listed below.

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TEAS

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Supplemental Documents for Outdoor & Experiential Education

  Supplemental Document Method of Submission

The Applicant Information Sheet.

TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

Two letters of reference addressing your interest in becoming an outdoor and experiential educator. Letters of reference should be submitted in a sealed envelope accompanying the supplemental documentation, or by the referees directly to Student Services.

TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

A one-page letter of introduction providing a brief overview of your artistic activities as they relate to your strong commitment to education and your commitment to artistic practice in one or more of the arts, with particular emphasis on work completed outside artistic requirements of your program of study.

TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

Your résumé stating your education, work experience and certification.

TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)

Your alternative résumé, telling us the things about yourself that your résumé doesn’t include. You can be as colourful as you wish, but keep the thickness to a regular weight and there should be nothing trailing or raised on the surface of the page. You can also make up the categories. This résumé does not have to be typed, so think "outside the box" of typical résumé limitations. For instance, you could have a category about favorite books, inspiring moments, passions, personal hobbies or quirks. Please note CDs submitted as an alternative résumé will not be considered.

If PDF document, use:
TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)
Otherwise submit to: Student Services Office

A personal artifact with your name on it - something tangible, not perishable, of a manageable size and light enough to transport easily, that will broaden your self-portrait. This artifact need not be elaborate, but should provide unique insight into its creator and should demonstrate your interest in becoming a professional in the outdoor experiential education field. Artifacts should be self-explanatory or have obvious interpretation woven into them. Tangible articles receive more exposure than a CD or computer program. Please note if you are considering a CD for your artifact ensure that it is a jpeg. Also consider that this type of artifact will only be viewed once in a 5-10 minute timeframe, whereas, a tangible artifact is always available for extra viewings. If you decide to submit a game, please ensure that the game board is small, as we have limited display surfaces. Artifact explanation sheets can be included but the text should be kept to one page, however, if you plan to use the reverse side of the sheet, please indicate at the bottom, to turn the sheet over. If your artifact is small, enclose it in a zip-type plastic bag. If there are a few pieces to your artifact, each piece should also be labeled with the applicant's full name on it and the number of pieces. Do not include any artificially scented products in your package.

Please ensure that your artifact is accompanied by only OEE required documentation. If you wish to drop off your package, call or e-mail Student Services, Duncan McArthur Hall.

Please note that artifacts will only be returned if accompanied by sufficient packaging materials, sufficient postage applied to a self-addressed envelope, sufficient postage accompanying 2 self-addressed labels (To & From), Courier Prepaid, Collect Return Slips or Xpresspost Envelope with information completed on return delivery forms. Cash, cheques or money-orders will not be accepted in lieu of postage.

If PDF document, use:
TEAS – Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM)
Otherwise submit to: Student Services Office

If you have questions or for contact information, please see Student Services Office.