Technological Education Pathway Development Project: A Multilateral Articulation Agreement between Brock U and Ontario's Colleges

Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology
Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology
Conestoga College
Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology
Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology
Fleming College
Brock University
T. Gedies
M. Harrison
G. Kongkham-Fernandez
C. Kelsey
M. Wilson
S. Speers
W. Ostermaier
M. Lamontagne
D. Baker
T. DiPetta
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SummaryThe Technological Education Pathway Development (TEPD) Project was a collaborative initiative funded by the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT). Participants included: Fanshawe College, Niagara College, Conestoga College, Mohawk College, Fleming College, Canadore College, Collège Boréal and Brock University, and the Ontario Council for Technology Education (OCTE). TEPD originated as a college to university transfer initiative with the intention to provide skilled tradespeople with an incentive to pursue a credential in Technological Education, and to address existing structural inequities affecting Technological Educators’ professional and educational trajectories. Technological Education teachers have been underserved with limited access to professional development and/or career advancement opportunities within the K-12 education system. Supported by research, best practice, and consultations with sector leaders, TEPD explored the development of a multilateral pathway to provide degree completion opportunities for Technological Education teachers and teacher candidates (see Pathway Model, p. 19)...