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Mathematics, Primary and Junior - Part 1


Mathematics, Primary and Junior – Part 1 is an Additional Qualification (AQ) course. This course employs a critical, pedagogical lens to explore, in a holistic and integrated manner:

  • theoretical foundations
  • learning theory
  • program planning, development and implementation
  • instructional design and practices
  • assessment and evaluation
  • the learning environment
  • research and ethical considerations related to teaching and learning across the divisions

See the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) guidelines for more details about the course.

Important note: divisional entry (i.e. Primary, Junior, Intermediate, Senior) requires completion of the Additional Basic Qualification (ABQ) course NOT Part 1 of an AQ course.

Course code: EDAQ 5521C


See the Schedule page.


  • If a course or workshop is not listed, it is not being offered in the corresponding term;
  • We suggest applying for courses and workshops you intend to take early to avoid cancellation of courses and workshops due to low enrolment.


  • Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) Certificate of Qualification and Registration or interim Certificate of Qualification from OCT.*

*Exceptions apply for current Ontario Tech University teacher candidates. See the "Admission" > "間眅埶AV University teacher candidates" section below for details.


Application deadlines

For application deadlines, see the Schedule page.

Application process & requirements
  1. Complete the application form and pay all applicable course fees through the  by the corresponding application deadline; and
    • Note: Please confirm the correct course(s) are selected on your application before submission.
  2. Submit the following supporting documentation to by the corresponding application deadline (listed above):
    • A copy of your Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) Certificate of Qualification and Registration or interim Certificate of Qualification from OCT.



To be admitted to AQ/ABQ courses, you must:

  • Submit an application for the course through the ;
  • Have successfully completed a Bachelor of Education;
  • Hold a Certificate of Qualification or interim Certificate of Qualification from the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT);
  • Be in ‘Good Standing’ with OCT; and
  • Meet all other AQ/ABQ course application and prerequisite requirements (listed above).
間眅埶AV University teacher candidates

If you are a current Ontario Tech University teacher candidate, you may be admitted to AQ/ABQ courses prior to membership with the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) if you:

  • Submit an application for the course through the ;
  • Meet all graduation requirements for the Bachelor of Education program prior to the AQ/ABQ course start date;
  • Have registered with OCT;
  • Have paid your OCT dues; and
  • Meet all other AQ/ABQ course application and prerequisite requirements (listed above).


All Additional Basic Qualification (ABQ) courses $650 CDN per ABQ course*
All Additional Qualification (AQ) courses $600 CDN per AQ course*


$100 間眅埶AV University alumni/teacher candidate rebate

All 間眅埶AV University alumni and current teacher candidates* are eligible for a $100 CDN rebate for AQ/ABQ courses.


  1. Pay all AQ/ABQ course fees in full at the time of application;
  2. Alumni will be notified by email with instructions to receive the rebate.

*For AQ/ABQ course admission requirements for current Ontario Tech teacher candidates current see the "Admission" > "間眅埶AV University teacher candidates" section under the "Prerequisites, applications & admission" tab.


The AQ/ABQ payment confirmation/signature page at the end of your application on the 
indicates that you have successfully applied for an AQ/ABQ course. An email confirming course/registration status will be sent after the applicable term's application deadline date (i.e. after applications have been assessed).

COVID-19 update: All Continuous Learning sessions are being offered online until further notice. Online participation instructions will be emailed to registered learners before the start on their courses/workshops. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding.

All AQ/ABQ courses will run online through Canvas.  Courses which have a live component (Google Meet) will be held on the day/time indicated on the Schedule.

This course may include components such as, but not limited to:

  • Content presentations and/or videos;
  • Hands-on exercises;
  • Case discussions and simulations;
  • Group and individual work (assignments/quizzes);
  • Concept and topic discussions; and
  • Topic reflections.

Technology requirements

Online learning requirements:

  • Computer with internet access
  • Stable internet or data connection
  • Microphone
  • Webcam
  • Audio device (examples: speakers, headphones/earbuds, headset)

Material requirements

There are no additional materials required for this course. Supplementary materials, such as slide presentations, may be provided at the instructor's discretion.

Important dates

Not applicable for the Winter 2023 term.


Other important dates
  • Registration for Winter term AQ/ABQ courses typically opens in October;
  • Final grades for Winter term AQ/ABQ courses are typically available by the end of April;
  • Recommendations to OCT for Winter term AQ/ABQ courses are typically completed by the end of May.



Those completing any Additional Qualification/Additional Basic Qualification (AQ/ABQ) course(s) are subject the policies of 間眅埶AV University and Continuous Learning. 間眅埶AV policies can be found in the . Continuous Learning policies can be found in the Regulations section of the Continuous Learning website. Specifically, those completing any AQ/ABQ course(s) are expected to adhere to the General and Additional Qualification/Additional Basic Qualification regulations.

Withdrawals and refunds

If you wish to withdraw from a course after the registration deadline you must complete the  and submit it to by the applicable deadline listed under the "Important dates" tab.

All refunds are provided by cheque. Please allow two to four weeks for delivery.

Note: Non-attendance in a course is not equivalent to withdrawal. If you stop attending a course but do not formally withdraw, the course will be graded with an F on your academic record.


The AQ office does not provide course receipts - proof of payment can be obtained from your MyCampus student account.

T2202A tax forms

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What is a T2202A?

T2202A is an official statement for income tax purposes of the tuition and fees paid for qualifying courses that are eligible for claim on the income tax return. The form is usually available around the third week of February for the tuition and eligible fees paid in the preceding calendar year.

 2. How do I get my T2202A form?

You can print your T2202A from MyCampus T2202A forms are prepared for all students who have paid more than $100 in eligible fees for courses beginning and ending in a particular calendar year. Certain administrative and ancillary fees are not eligible for tax deduction.

 3. Is the T2202A form mailed to me?

No, the T2202A is not mailed you. Your T2202A form is available online through your 間眅埶AV MyCampus account. You can print your T2202A as often as you like.

 4. How can I obtain my form if MyCampus Account has been disabled?

You can access your MyCampus account from any computer that has a web browser. Once logged in, Instructions for viewing your T2202A form are available. If your MyCampus account has been closed, simply contact IT Services at 905.721.8668 ext. 3333 and select option one to speak to an attendant who will assist you with re-establishing your access. You will need to provide your 9 digit student number.

 Application/Registration Status


Not offered in Winter 2023 

Recommendation to OCT

$600 CAD for AQ course

$650 CAD for ABQ course

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