Redeemer's Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) program is an accredited second degree program that prepares you for a career in education. Our holistic perspective on learners enables candidates to consider the spiritual, cognitive, physical, and emotional aspects of what it means to teach and learn. Our modest-sized cohorts enable candidates to develop within a supportive context in which they are truly known by their classmates and their professors.Expore the education program
The School of Education’s program of teacher education is accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers. Teacher candidates will be recommended for certification upon successful completion of the program.
Redeemer professes a belief and a gratitude towards the Creator who made all that there is, and who loved the world so much that he redeemed it through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We place a high value on getting to know our candidates in ways that enable us all to learn from and with each other. Our modest cohort sizes and our collaborative and relational pedagogy serve to bring us together as we navigate our way into the world of education.
The School of Education focusses on the joy of learning both through the experiences of students in the classroom and the teachers as they learn how best to enhance the learning of their students through the study of education, careful and creative planning, and reflection on action in the field.
The School of Education seeks to provide teacher education for faithful, effective, reflective professional practice. We teach from the perspective and faith that there is nothing that can be learned that is not God-breathed. We teach from a perspective that situates us in the biblical story.
Dr. Phil Teeuwsen, Associate Professor of Education
Dr. Sean Schat discusses how leaders and organizations can support educators with self-care practices in his recently published book chapter.
The 2021-22 academic year brought the launch of the new School of Education and School of Business to Redeemer.
Elizabeth VanVeen ’13 shares her journey from working as a literature teacher to a programme policy officer with the United Nations World Food Programme.
Dr. Terry Loerts, associate professor of education, is exploring a multiliteracies pedagogy, the concept of using a range of media, modes and perspectives in teaching...
Two Redeemer alumni share their experiences with classical education through teaching positions at Oak Hill Academy in Ancaster.
Dr. Sean Schat, assistant professor of education, advocates the necessity of educational care for students and teachers alike.
Dr. Kimberly Maich ’93, Redeemer’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, is making an impact on special education and the experiences of students with Autism...