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Additional Qualifications Online Application System

You may use this system to:

  • Apply for Additional Qualifications courses
    (Note that a valid email address and credit card are required)
  • Check the registration status of your application
  • Update your current contact information
  • WITH OISE I CANDean Julia O'Sullivan with members of the OISE Alumni Association.
  • WITH OISE I CANA Special Message from Chief Shawn A-in-chut AtleoREAD MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN HELP OTHERS ACHIEVE THEIR CAREER GOALSRumeet Billan, OISE Alumna and President of Jobs in Education is pleased to offer our alumni and students access to career opportunities and resources online. View Postings here >
  • WITH OISE I AMOISE Professor Carol Campbell appointed as key education advisor to Ontario GovernmentREAD MORE >
  • IMPROVING SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION IN CANADA AND ABROADOISE recently hosted the Norwegian delegation and the discussions focused on how to improve learning for children with hearing, vision and cognitive impairments.READ MORE >

 

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ALUMNI Portraits


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    Edward Burtynsky
    One of Canada's most-acclaimed photographers, Ed Burtynsky is honoured with the the 2014 University of Toronto Arbor Award...
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    Silvia Birsan, MEd '00
    An outstanding volunteer of the OISE Alumni Association is honoured with the 2014 University of Toronto Arbor Award
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    Kirk Perris, MEd '00; PhD '12
    A driving force in revising the OISE Alumni Association's Constitution and establishing its By-Laws.
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    Jean-Paul Restoule, PhD '04
    Adding Aboriginal Perspectives in the Classroom
    Jean-­Paul Restoule, associate professor of Aboriginal Education and program coordinator of Adult Education and Community Development in the Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education, is looking for ways to include contemporary indigenous perspectives into the classrooms of today.

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