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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. 

 

 

CTL News

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    January 23
    Call for Papers - Rethinking Language, Diversity, and Education
    University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece)
    Now accepting submission of abstracts for individual papers, symposia and posters until March 15, 2015.
    Please visit the website for information on submission process.
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    January 23
    "Teaching, Learning and Other Miracles" translated into Chinese
    CTL Professor, Grace Feuerverger's book "Teaching, Learning and Other Miracles" has been translated into Chinese and has just been published by Sichuan Education Publishing House in China.
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    January 16
    Larry Swartz on CBC Radio's The Current
    On Friday morning January 16th. CTL Instructor, Larry Swartz was part of a panel discussion CBC Radio's program "The Current". The theme of the event was about student aggression against teachers. Larry's focused his talk, by promoting the importance of building positive relationships and creating caring classroom where all students - and teachers - feel safe.

CTL Events

  • Friday, February 20 - 2:00 - 3:15 PM
    Cognitive and affective enhancement among older adults: The role of languaging.
    2014-2015 CERLL Colloquium Public Lectures
    Presented by Merrill Swain & Sharon Lapkin, OISE, University of Toronto
  • Friday, March 6 - 2:00 - 3:15 PM
    Action research in higher education: Is it "real" research or just PD?
    2014-2015 CERLL Colloquium Public Lectures
    Presented by Antoinette Gagné, OISE, University of Toronto
  • Friday, March 20 - 2:00 - 3:15 PM
    Validating Verbal Descriptors through qualitative and quantitative methods (Rasch scaling)
    2014-2015 CERLL Colloquium Public Lectures
    Presented by Brian North, Eurocentres Foundation Zürich/Council of Europe
  • Saturday, May 9 to Tuesday, May 12
    Reciprocal Learning & Symbiotic Relationships In School Development - Shanghai 2015
    We sincerely invite and welcome education researchers and professionals to attend the conference in ECNU, Shanghai China, May 10-12, 2015.
    The international Conference on Reciprocal Learning and Symbiotic Relationships in School Development is jointly organized by the School of Education Science of East China Normal University (ECNU), Institute of Schooling Reform and Development of ECNU, the New Basic Education Research Center and the Canada-China Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Partnership Project. The ECNU New Basic Education research team will summarize and report their achievement and experience in ecologically promoting regional school reform. The Canada-China Reciprocal Learning SSHRC Partner-ship Grant Project will discuss and share the ongoing collaborative re-search done by Canadian and Chinese Educators at university and school.
  • Thursday, May 28 to Sunday, May 31
    Rethinking Language, Diversity, and Education Conference
    University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece)
    Honoring the contributions of Professor Jim Cummins (OISE/UT) and Professor Michalis Damanakis (University of Crete)
    Keynotes: Professor Jim Cummins
    Professor Michalis Damanakis
    Professor Peter Pericles Trifonas
    Professor Eleni Skourtou
    In our contemporary reality of ever expanding and compounding "multies" (multilingualism, multiculturalism, multimodality, multiliteracies, etc), how do we create pedagogical spaces that would nurture and enhance the linguistic communities and honour the cultural differences of students in the twenty-first century? What does it mean to rethink language diversity in education and how can we foster true inclusion in our increasingly linguistically diverse schools? This gathering will bring together emerging and established researchers around the practices and policies of language diversity in education with representatives of school boards, teacher associations, policy makers community leaders, teachers, and school administrators to engage issues of linguistic and cultural diversity that have created a new ground for teaching and learning. A rethinking of the pedagogical imperatives of language, diversity, and education in communal and global contexts wll enable new directions with respect to the question of difference, social justice and pedagogy in the new millennium.
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