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University of Toronto Scarborough or University of Waterloo???

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University of Toronto Scarborough
- Concurrent Teacher Education Program (MATH)
- two undergraduate degrees over 5 years
- After successful completion of the program at U of T Scarborough, students will be granted a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed), plus a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) degree, and will qualify for certification as elementary or secondary teachers in Ontario.


University of Waterloo
- Mathematics: Teaching Option
- The Teaching Option is an integrated co-operative plan offered jointly by the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo and the Faculty of Education at Queen's University. The option will qualify you as an Ontario secondary school teacher. You will graduate with a Bachelor of Mathematics from Waterloo and a Bachelor of Education from Queen's.
- The option includes work terms alternating with academic terms at Waterloo, along with an unpaid teaching internship and practicum at Queen's. In third year, you'll move to Queen's for eight months to learn about curriculum, classroom cultures and structures, professional development, and equity.


I have already gotten accepted to both programs. I reside in Markham.
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IMO waterloo, but thats just me.

do you want to live off campus? any other factors?
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residences doesn't really matter..
I was just wondering which program / school was better ...
I am pursuing to be a secondary school math teacher.
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@chungivan23 wrote
residences doesn't really matter..
I was just wondering which program / school was better ...
I am pursuing to be a secondary school math teacher.



Both schools are great for this program. Were I in your shoes, I would think about location. For me Waterloo's one is better

Also, ask your principal
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@chungivan23 wrote
residences doesn't really matter..
I was just wondering which program / school was better ...
I am pursuing to be a secondary school math teacher.



definitely waterloo then
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