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OISE Groups & Clubs

Anticolonial Book Club

PhD candidate Shawna Carroll is creating an anti-colonial book club as part of her research project, and is looking for current or former OISE students who are POC, racialized, and/or Indigenous and who are women and/or gender-nonconforming to participate. For more details, check out the event page below, or email Shawna at shawna.carroll@mail.utoronto.ca.

 

CP21: Critical Pedagogies for the 21st century

We read and discuss how Critical Pedagogy, Radical pedagogy, Anti-racism, Feminism, Critical Theory and other discourses can empower students and teachers to re-shape existing power relations in education, research, and the sociopolitical landscape. We encourage and advocate for an embodiment of reading the world through a constantly questioning reflective lens. We use our learning sessions as experimental space for trying out Critical Pedagogy methods and praxis.

For more information at CP21

 

Queer Space (previously known as Queer Space Chat)

This space is for LGBTQ2SI+ identifying OISE students to discuss queer issues and identities in schools. If you have any questions for concerns, please email shawna.carroll@utoronto.ca

 

RAD Book Club

Each month, our group meets to discuss a seminal book in Education. RAD is organized by and for graduate students, although professors and other interested parties are also welcome. Anyone is welcome: whether you have read the whole book, part of the book, or just glanced at it. The purpose of RAD Book Club is to learn through collaboration with positive, probing discussions.

More info at RAD Book Club.

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