Teaching English As An Additional Language (TEAL) – Concentration at the University of Manitoba

The Concentration in TEAL

The Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba is proud to introduce the new PBDE
Concentration in Teaching English as an Additional/Second Language.

The first of its kind in Manitoba, the concentration will launch in September 2020.
Designed for educators who work with EAL learners in K-12 school settings, adult education, and
post-secondary contexts in Manitoba, the concentration equips educators to respond to EAL
learners and communities in ways that are advocacy-orientated, pedagogically appropriate,
and culturally and linguistically sustaining. The following four threads are interwoven
throughout the concentration:

1. cultural proficiency
2. culturally sustaining pedagogy
3. community-school relationships, and
4. assessment

Students will select a minimum of 18 credit hours of coursework at the 5000 level from the
Concentration courses. All students who successfully complete the concentration will graduate
from the PBDE in TEAL.

For more information: PBDE.Education@umanitoba.ca