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Name & Contact Information

Name and Contact Information

Biographical information

Biographical Information
Application Fee
Applicants from outside Canada and the United States must submit a fee of $150 in order for the admissions application to be processed. The fee to apply to Tyndale University is non-refundable, will not be applied to tuition costs, and should be submitted in Canadian currency. The fee may be paid online at https://pay.tyndale.ca. If you wish to pay the fee by wire transfer he or she should contact Student Financial Services by calling 416.226.6620, ext. 6735, or 1.877.TYNDALE, ext. 6735, or by email at sfs@tyndale.ca.

Faith Community Information

Faith Community Information
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Program Information

Note: If you choose French as a Second Language (PJ or JI), you will be required to write a competency test as an additional prerequisite for taking the FSL methodology course.

Course History Information

“PJ” Primary (K – 3)/Junior (4 - 6) – Application
PJ applicants are to indicate the university background they have in each of the following subject areas by denoting a specific university course below. If you are currently enrolled in a course leave the date completed blank.
English
Geography or History
Math
Science
“JI” Junior (4 - 6) / Intermediate (7 - 10) – Application
JI applicants must have a minimum of 12 university credit hours (18 preferred) in at least one teachable subject. Please choose at least one teachable below and complete the corresponding section. If you choose French as a Second Language, you will be required to write a competency test as an additional prerequisite for taking the FSL methodology course. If you are currently enrolled in a course leave the date completed blank.
First Teachable
Second Teachable

Education History

Please record ALL post secondary schools that you have attended in the chart below and have official transcripts from all institutions attended sent directly to the Admissions Office at Tyndale University, 3377 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M2M 3S4). If you are currently enrolled in courses that are not shown on your transcript, please request that your university enclose a letter that lists these courses. If you earned your undergraduate degree or studied at a post-secondary institution outside of North America, please contact Admissions at 416 226-6620 for guidance.
Education History
If not found, select Unknown School. DO NOT EDIT THE SELECTOR INPUT.
Ex. "3.00"
Education History
If not found, select Unknown School. DO NOT EDIT THE SELECTOR INPUT.
Ex. "3.00"
Education History
If not found, select Unknown School. DO NOT EDIT THE SELECTOR INPUT.
Ex. "3.00"
Education History
If not found, select Unknown School. DO NOT EDIT THE SELECTOR INPUT.
Ex. "3.00"
Education History
If not found, select Unknown School. DO NOT EDIT THE SELECTOR INPUT.
Ex. "3.00"

Required Statements

2. Please write two unique statements regarding the Standards of Practice for the Teaching Profession.

Tyndale's B.Ed. program is based upon forming Teacher Candidates to embody the Ontario College of Teachers' five essential Standards of Practice for the Teaching Profession (please see https://www.oct.ca/public/professional-standards/standards-of-practice for a description of the standards). These practices are to be demonstrated by teachers who wish to be certified in Ontario.

You are to write a reflective self-evaluation indicating your developing skills, abilities and attitudes towards at least two of the five Standards of Practice for the Teaching Profession. Provide two 500- word statements, one for each of the two standards you choose to address. In these two statements you may wish to touch on the following areas: why you want to be a teacher; the strengths you have that will serve you well in the profession; the aspects of education to which you are most attracted; the biases you hold; a description of specific experiences you have had that have prepared you for the teaching profession.
Choose from the list of Standards of Practice for Statement 1.
Choose from the list of Standards of Practice for Statement 2.

Reference Contact Information

Appropriate references include professional or academic contacts, not personal contacts such as friends or family members.
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Community Standards
Please read the following conditions carefully: In accepting an offer of admission to Tyndale University, I understand the regulations and community standards set by Tyndale.

Tyndale Students' Community Standards Statement 

This statement articulates standards for appropriate personal and communal conduct for students of Tyndale. Students of Tyndale University are part of a Christian community, individually and collectively dedicated to pursuing education marked by open, rigorous and critical inquiry while maintaining patterns of belief and behaviour that foster a distinctively Christian learning environment. As voluntary members of this community, we covenant with God and one another to enter into a life of discipleship with the intention of fostering a grace-filled community that honours God in its actions, attitudes and beliefs. As imitators of Christ, we strive for personal transformation of character that is marked by the fruit of the Spirit that is love, joy, peace, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control (Galatians 5:22) and advocacy for peace and justice. In keeping with the institution’s mission and Statement of Faith, we agree to uphold and observe the following standards at all times, on and off campus, while studying at Tyndale.

Students of Tyndale University will participate regularly in the life of the local church in order to benefit from the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the communal wisdom of the people of God manifest in such communities.

In keeping with its distinctly evangelical Christian character, Tyndale recognizes certain practices, and the promotion of such, as biblically unacceptable. While recognizing that periodic and unfortunate occasions of failure and sin occur in the course of the Christian life, we also recognize that unrepentant and persistent unacceptable behaviours have a debilitating impact on oneself and the community. Students of Tyndale University thus will refrain from practices that are prohibited by Christian scriptures, including but not limited to the use of illegal drugs or abuse of prescription drugs, drunkenness, dishonest practices including plagiarism, theft or fraud, the promotion of religious beliefs incompatible with Christian faith, engagement with pornography, breech of trust or confidence, gambling, profane and obscene speech, violent or abusive behaviour, and harassment of any kind. The Tyndale community accepts, in submission to our understanding of Christian scriptures, an understanding of marriage as an exclusive, lifelong partnership of love and faithfulness between a man and a woman, formalized in a legally sanctioned Christian marriage. Students of Tyndale University will follow the biblical teaching that such a marriage is the exclusive context for sexual intimacy.

These standards of conduct are considered pertinent to the preservation and promotion of the distinctly evangelical Christian character of Tyndale and the health of our Christian community. Students who voluntarily study in this community are expected to honour these standards and to refrain from any conduct that would be inconsistent with them.

By virtue of admission to Tyndale University, Tyndale students understand the regulations and community standards set by Tyndale. Tyndale students also understand its ethos and purpose as stated in the Academic Calendar.
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