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Department of
CURRICULUM, TEACHING
& LEARNING

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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. 


PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

The online admissions application for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year will be available at the end of September.

The main application deadline is November 15, 2016.

Teacher Certification Programs:  Designed for people who wish to become certified to teach in Ontario Schools.  

• Master of Teaching (MT): 
This combined teacher education and graduate degree program focuses on the nature of learning and teaching across the curriculum, through coursework and practice teaching experiences.  Teacher Certification Options:  Primary-Junior (Kindergarten to Grade 6), Junior-Intermediate (Grade 4 to Grade 10), or Intermediate-Senior (Grade 7 to Grade 12).

Master of Education Programs:  Designed for classroom teachers and other professionals working in education-related fields. Students typically complete 10 courses for the degree.

• M.Ed in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development:  
Involves the critical analysis of curriculum, learning and teacher development as it relates to both formal and informal educational settings.  

• M.Ed in Languages and Literacies Education
Examines the relationships of literacies in language, and language in literacies, across communities, societies, instructional environments, and informal learning settings. 

Master of Arts Programs: These programs offer opportunities for study, research, and theoretical analysis.  Students typically complete 8 courses and write a Masters thesis.

• MA in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development:  
Involves the critical analysis of curriculum, learning and teacher development as it relates to both formal and informal educational settings.  

• MA in Languages and Literacies Education
Examines the relationships of literacies in language, and language in literacies, across communities, societies, instructional environments, and informal learning settings.  

Doctor of Philosophy Programs:  Designed to provide opportunities for advanced study, original research, and theoretical analysis. Students typically complete 6 courses, take a Comprehensives exam, and write a Doctoral thesis.

• Ph.D in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development:  
Involves the critical analysis of curriculum, learning and teacher development as it relates to both formal and informal educational settings.  

• Ph.D in Languages and Literacies Education
Examines the relationships of literacies in language, and language in literacies, across communities, societies, instructional environments, and informal learning settings.  

 


CURRENT STUDENTS


CTL FACULTY IN THE NEWS

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CTL Professor Ruth Sandwell talks about student engagement with a common curriculum on TVO's The Agenda.

 

 
CTL Professor Shelley Stagg Peterson talks about children's non-fiction books on TVO Parents: The Book Club.
 
Centre for Science, Mathematics and Technology (SMT) Education panel discussion on The STEM Movement: Golden Opportunity or Trojan Horse.