BOOK LAUNCH - Sept. 23, 2016
How Canadian Universities Contributed to China’s Transformation An Untold Story
Presenting the story of universities working together shortly after the devastating Cultural Revolution, Canadian Universities in China’s Transformation is a unique account of partnerships in knowledge production and application and their resulting impacts. Chair and discussant: Bernie Frolic, Professor Emeritus, Political Science, York University and Senior Researcher at the Munk School for Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Friday, September 23 | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM OISE/UT Library, 252 Bloor Street West
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Chair and discussant: Bernie Frolic, Professor Emeritus, Political Science, York University and Senior Researcher at the Munk School for Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Ruth Hayhoe Professor, Higher and Adult Education, OISE, University of Toronto
Jing Chen Professor and Canada Research Chair, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto
Pingchun Hsiung Associate Professor, Department of Sociology,
University of Toronto
Qiang Zha Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, York University
Guy Lefebre Vice-Rector, International Relations and à la Francophone, Université de Montréal
CIDEC Fall 2016 Seminar Series
CIDEC Winter 2016 Seminar Schedule
TEACHERS InCIDE (SIG)
During the 2015/16 academic year, Teachers inCIDE sessions will be held on the last Thursday of the month, from 5:00pm to 6:30 pm.
Our next session will be on Thursday, January 28th, 2016 at 5:00pm to 6:30 pm, Room 10-148.
Comparative and International Education (formerly known as Canadian and International Education)
Comparative and International Education (formerly known as Canadian and International Education) has just published its latest issue. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cie-eci/ and visit our web site to read the articles and book reviews. Several CIDE students/faculty/visiting scholars are contributors.
Current Issue: Volume 44, Issue 2 (2015)
NEW - Educational Conversations Around the Globe
A RICE/CIDEC compendium… [link to report pdf]
WORKING WITH, AGAINST AND DESPITE GLOBAL ‘BEST PRACTICES’: EDUCATIONAL CONVERSATIONS AROUND THE GLOBE
Sarfaroz Niyozov, Associate Professor, CIDEC, OISE, University of Toronto & Paul Tarc, Associate Professor, RICE, University of Western Ontario
What are global best practices? What is the character of these so-called best practices, their conceptual underpinnings and routes of assemblage? Which ‘best practices’ are travelling, how, and to which ‘local’ educational domains? How are they interpreted and engaged in local contexts and what are their effects? And ultimately, how are progressive and critically-minded educators to work with, against and despite global ‘best practices?’
Read the compendium
CIDE FALL 2015 Newsletter
* Director's Message * CIDE Alumni Report * Course Announcements* Reflection Piece on Japanese International Education Policy * UNGEI Update * New CIDEC Projects * Awards & Publications * Spring 2015 CIDE Graduates * Announcements
Fall 2015 Newsletter
President Meric Gertler has announced immediate steps the University of Toronto is taking to help deal with the Syrian refugee crisis.
Gertler said U of T will partner with York University and OCAD University to participate in a Ryerson University initiative to bring Syrian refugees families to Canada. Through the Ryerson University Lifeline Syria Challenge, 25 Syrian refugee families or 100 people would be sponsored. (Learn more about the Challenge.)
U of T/CIDE/AECD/LHAE Professor Shahrzad Mojab, internationally known for her work on the impact of war, displacement and violence on women’s learning and education, said the initiatives were “fantastic. They are really very, very timely.”
Mojab recently received a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to conduct a study that is entitled: “Youth in Transition: War, Migration and Regenerative Possibilities.” The four-year study will include a trip to Turkey to liaise with networks involved in conditions for migrants there. There are about 1.7 million Syrian migrants in Turkey, about 20 per cent of them children.
The U of T initiatives “represent our intellectual, political and ethical response to a colossal human suffering,” Mojab said.
CIDE ANNUAL REPORT 2014-15 NOW ONLINE
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Call for Sumbissions for Winter 2016 CIDE Newsletter Welcome
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CIDE Faculty Dr. Enrica Piccardo was awarded a Partnership Development Grant for her project "LINguistic and Cultural DIversity REinvented (LINCDIRE): A digital environment to help learners navigate their trajectories".
Teachers inCIDE SIG calling for new members!!!
Teachers inCIDE is a graduate student interest group (SIG) at OISE that focuses on inquiry related to teachers and teaching from a comparative, international and development perspective. It promotes a peer support environment for graduate students’ research journey. Through reading and discussing research articles as well as conversations with different CIDEC-affiliated professors, we aim to broaden our understandings of teachers' lives and work. If you are interested in joining the group, please send an email to email@example.com. We thank you for your interest.
CIDE Study Groups
We are a group of graduate students and professors from different departments at OISE who share an interest in teacher education, teacher development/learning, and comparative, international and development education. We meet twice a month at OISE. During our meetings, we share updates about our research, lives, thesis works/progress; discuss common issues of interest; exchange resources; and learn from each other. If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Yishin Khoo firstname.lastname@example.org or Sardar Anwaruddin email@example.com.