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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


We are now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year! 

Apply for degree programs starting in 2017 now! 


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.  

Scholarships and Awards:  Explore the wide range of financial support available, in the form of scholarships and merit-based awards.

2017-2018 Scholarship and Awards document
 


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.