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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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    March 28
    CTL Alumna, Carol-Ann Burke awarded 2014 Outstanding Thesis Award from CSSE
    from Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
    Congratulations to Dr. Carol-Ann Burke for being awarded the 2014 Outstanding Thesis Award from the Science Education Research Group (SERG) of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE).
    Carol-Ann is a recent graduate of the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) and was a member of the Centre for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (SMT).
    Carol-Ann's thesis is titled "Western teachers of science/teachers of Western science: On the influence of Western modern science in a post-colonial context" and her supervisor was Professor John Wallace.
    Carol-Ann will be presented with her award at a special event at the CSSE conference in May.
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    March 11
    Prof. Rubén A. Gaztambide-Fernández's article wins 2013 Publication Award
    from Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
    CTL Associate Professor, Rubén A. Gaztambide-Fernández's article, "Why the Arts Don't *Do* Anything", was awarded the 2013 Publication Award from the Arts Researchers and Teachers Society of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies.
    The Harvard Educational Review is making the article available for free on their website until March 25, 2014, at: http://hepg.org/her/abstract/1241

CTL Events

  • Wednesday, April 30 to Friday, May 2
    2014 TDSB Celebrating Linguistic Diversity Conference
    from Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
    Honouring the Contributions of Professor Jim Cummins, Co-sponsored by CERLL
    The theme for this year's conference is a tribute to Dr. Jim Cummins' many contributions to the field of language learning and teaching on the eve of his July 2014 retirement from OISE/UT. Although officially retired as of the summer, Dr. Cummins will continue to contribute to the field as Professor Emeritus. This year's extended three-day conference is organized in partnership by the Toronto District School Board, the Centre for Educational Research on Languages and Literacies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
    CONFERENCE FEES:
    Conference Fee ($CAD): $65.00 (1 day) $125.00 (2 days) $175.00 (all 3 days)
    TDSB Staff and other full-time students $45.00 per day
    OISE/UT & UOIT full-time students $30.00 per day
    Additional Fees: Thursday Dinner Symposium - $50.00
    Friday Lunch Session - $15.00
  • Thursday, May 8 - 4:30 - 6:30 PM
    Beautiful Math: Talk with Dr. Jo Boaler, Stanford University
    from Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
    Hosted by the Centre for Science, Mathematics & Technology Education (SMT) and CTL
    The Centre for Science, Mathematics & Technology Education (SMT) and the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) are pleased to host Dr. Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University. Her latest book What's Math Got To Do With It?, aims to increase public understanding of the importance of mathematics, and the nature of effective teaching approaches.
    Free Admission, no registration required.
    Questions? Contact SMT, at smtcentre@utoronto.ca
    SMT and CTL gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the OISE Visiting Scholar Fund
  • Thursday, May 22 to Sunday, May 25
    Histories on the Edge, Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, May 22-25, Toronto
    from Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
    Hosted by the University of Toronto
    The University of Toronto is hosting the first Canadian Big Berks in collaboration with co-sponsoring units and universities in Toronto and across Canada. When you register for the conference, you can sign up for enlightening, exciting, and fun events (tours, workshops, and evening programming) organized for conference participants.
    As part of the Conference there will be a a special Teachers' Day program. To register separately for the Teachers Day visit http://berks2014.com/2013/12/13/teachers-day-the-berks/
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