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Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (ATEP) Degree from the University of Alberta

Portage College will continue to monitor the pandemic situation closely and will make adjustments to program delivery depending on guidance from Alberta Health Services and the Ministry of Advanced Education.

Please check individual course delivery with our student advisors.

Students from across northern Alberta will benefit from a partnership between Portage College and the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program at the University of Alberta in the Fall of 2022. The ATEP curriculum and teaching have a strong focus on Aboriginal histories, worldview, perspectives, and culture, alongside the rigor of an Elementary Education Degree requirements. Helping prepare teachers to take up the Alberta Teaching Quality Standards (TQS) in their classrooms, creating a foundation that benefits all students.

Students interested in gaining a top-notch Education Degree in ATEP are encouraged to register with Portage College to earn their prerequisite 60 credits in the University Transfer program.

ATEP at the University of Alberta in partnership with Portage College

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To learn more about this incredible opportunity, please get in touch with one of our Student Advisors. At our Cold Lake Campus, email student.advisor@portagecollege.ca  or phone 780-639-7109.In Lac La Biche email student.advisor@portagecollege.ca phone 780-623-5575.

We are located on the traditional lands of First Nation Peoples, the owners of Treaties 6 and 8, which are also homelands to Métis people.
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