Bachelor of Primary Education Studies
Welcome and congratulations on being selected as a candidate in the Bachelor of Primary Education Studies degree. The following information is provided to assist you as you prepare to begin the program.
Information that will be helpful to you as a new Teacher Candidate at CSU Ontario can be found here. This document will provide you with important information about preparing for your year at CSU. A detailed schedule of the first two weeks of classes will be posted on this website before the commencement of the program in August.
Required Text List
The text list for Fall 2014 is now available, with additional information for ordering your books from A Different Drummer Books in Burlington.
This letter is for all students to assist in initiating self-directed learning with regard to technology skills and applications. The letter includes a list of sites for online tutorials.
Please read the student Code of Computer Conduct for Ontario. Further information will be given during Orientation Week.
Best Buddies and You!
Expand your education by getting first hand experience in leadership and community development. Obtain valuable volunteer experience and learn life lessons.
Best Buddies is a friendship program, matching student volunteers and individuals with intellectual disabilities. Through these one-on-one matches, friendships develop and the participants learn about the importance of community involvement and inclusion.
Matches spend time together doing things that friends would normally do - talking about their day, going for coffee, watching movies, playing sports - whatever they both enjoy! And the entire group gets together for fun activities.
Working with 'Community Living Burlington', CSU is excited to present this opportunity to its students. For more information, download the brochure (2.7Mb PDF) or check out the Best Buddies web site, and be sure to attend the information session in Orientation week.
Click for a 2014-2015 BPES calendar 114Kb [PDF]