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The Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning is the largest of four departments within OISE. With a diverse community of tenured, tenure-stream faculty, and lecturers, the department offers a wide range of graduate courses and programs relating to academic scholarship and professional practice. 



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    September 19
    CTL Professor Stephanie Springgay receives SSHRC Partnership Development Grant
    Dr. Springgay's new project, Performing Lines: Innovations in walking and sensory research methodologies, is a collaboration between Canada, the United States and Australia. The project will study and develop walking as a form of knowledge production, explore the theories and methods of walking as a research methodology, and to foster its practice internationally. Visit the project's website at WalkingLab.org
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    September 11
    Tots who tweet
    CTL Professor Clare Brett speaks to Global News about twitter in the kindergarten classroom.
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    July 18
    Teaching from the Thinking Heart: The Practice of Holistic Education
    New edited book by CTL Professor Jack Miller, with Kelli Nigh and Michele Irwin
    Information Age Publsihing recently published an edited book by CTL Professor Jack Miller along with CTL PhD candidate Michele Irwin and PhD graduate, Kelli Nigh. The book includes papers written by teachers and how they engage holistic education in their classroom.
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    July 18
    Activist Science and Technology Education
    New book edited by CTL Professor Larry Bencze and Steve Alsop, York University
    This collection examines issues of agency, power, politics and identity as they relate to science and technology and education, within contemporary settings. Social, economic and ecological critique and reform are examined by numerous contributing authors, from a range of international contexts. These chapters examine pressing pedagogical questions within socio-scientific contexts, including petroleum economies, food justice, health, environmentalism, climate change, social media and biotechnologies.

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