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Curriculum, Teaching  & Learning

CTL News

 

Currently Accepting Applications to remaining graduate Degree Programs!!

Listen to Professor Ruben Gatzambide-Fernandez in a CBC Metro Morning interview on April 24, 2017 "TDSB Art Schools" here

 

Congratulations Hilary Inwood! She is the recipient of the Art Educator of the Year Award (Higher Ed) awarded by the Ontario Arts Education Association. She will receive the award at the upcoming conference (April 21-22, 2017) that will be hosted here at OISE. For more information about the conference, visit the OAEA website here

 

Sandra Styres has published a new book, Pathways for Remembering and Recognizing Indigenous Thought in Education

This book is an exploration into some of the shared cross-cultural themes that inform Indigenous thought and the ways they may be used to frame an Indigenous informed philosophy of education that can be adapted across diverse contexts and places.  The book is a wampum philosophy of education based on contemporary (re)memberings of very old knowledges woven with the tangled strings and chipped beads of colonial relations. Indigenous philosophies generate nuanced tensions, challenges and contradictions that can be very tangled and messy as we consider them within the context of colonial relations of power and privilege inherent in current educational systems. As such the book is an articulation of the ways Indigenous thought informs decolonizing approaches that disrupt colonial relations, suffuse education and schooling, and have possibilities for transformative teaching practices. It complicates decolonizing approaches by acknowledging the complex web of colonial relations while not losing sight of the ways those relationships have and continue to inform how we do education.

 

Cecilia Morgan has published a new book, Building Better Britains?. See what the book is about here at the UT Press Blog

 

 

CTL News Archive
 

CTL faculty member, Lance McCready weighs in on niche schools

In an August 18, 2011 article in the Globe and Mail, CTL Faculty member, Lance McCready discusses the benefits and pitfalls of niche schools...read more.

CTL Chair, Doug McDougall recently interviewed by various media outlets on the disappointing Ontario Grade 9 math scores reported by Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO)

On August 28, 2011 the EQAO released disappointing Grade 9 math results showing that less than half of Ontario Grade 9 students fall below the provincial standard.  CTL Chair and mathematics education expert, Doug McDougall was interviewed to provide some insight on what can be done to help struggling students.
CBC Radio One, Ontario Today (September 8, 2011)
Ottawa Citizen (August 30, 2011)
580 News Talk Radio in Ottawa (August 30, 2011)

CTL Professor Emeritus, Michael Connelly believes that expanding Teacher's College program to two years would benefit student teachers.

Article in CTL's prestigious Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education receives Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies (CACS) Outstanding Publication Award

The CACS 2010 Outstanding Publication in Curriculum Studies Award has been awarded for an article published in the CTL journal, Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education. This annual award from the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies recognizes an outstanding publication related to scholarly insights and advances made in Curriculum Studies in Canada. The article, “Activism: A Category for Theorizing Learning” (by Wolff-Michael Roth, University of Victoria) was published in the CJSMTE special issue (volume 10, issue 3) on Activism in SMT Education edited by Steve Alsop and Larry Bencze.

Professor Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández to receives Early Career Scholars Award for 2011 from the American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Professor Emerita Merrill Swain honoured with Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Vaasa, Findland

Professor Emerita Merrill Swain will be awarded an honorary Docotor of Philosophy from the University of Vaasa, Finland.  The 4th solemn conferment of academic degrees at the  will take place at the University of Vaasa May 26-28, 2011. Professor Swain was chosen as one of 10 distinguished individuals who will be awarded the title of honorary doctor and the insignia.

Professor Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández's featured in UofT Magazine's "The Next Big Thing"

Professor Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández's research on Latin American students featured in UofT Magazine's "The Next Big Idea: Ten concepts that could shape the future" (Winter 2011)

Towards 2030 - The Synthesis & Task Force Reports

In 2027 the University of Toronto will celebrate two hundred years of institutional success. Looking to and beyond our second centennial, how can we ensure that our institution reaches new levels of excellence? "Towards 2030" is an initiative launched to respond to that question.