At the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study, we are dedicated to improving the lives of children through our tripartite mission – bringing together graduate teacher education through our two-year Master of Arts Program in Child Study and Education, exemplary educational practices in our Laboratory School for children in Nursery to Grade 6 (3-12 years), and leading multidisciplinary research in child development at internationally recognized Dr. R.G.N. Laidlaw Centre.
We are part of the Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development and the Department of Initial Teacher Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
UPCOMING NOTICES & EVENTS
March 3, 2014 Congratulations to Dr. Yiola Cleovoulou, Lecturer in our MA CSE Program. Yiola is the recipient of OISE's 2013-14 Excellence in Initial Teacher Education Award!
January 23, 2014.
Professor Kang Lee describes his research findings in Liars find it more rewarding to tell truth than fib when deciving others.
Robertson Program for Inquiry-based Teaching of Mathematics and Science director Dr. Bev Caswell collaborates with OISE's Centre for Urban Schooling. Read The Math for Young Children (M4YC) Project: A No Ceiling Approach to Math Learning in an Urban School in the CUS's Research Brief.
December 11, 2013.
Professor Joan Moss participates in the Ontario government's Literacy & Numeracy Secretariat Student Achievement Division's Math Forum: Effective Practices in Mathematics Education.
December 9, 2013.