Rumeet Billan, OISE Alumna and President of Jobs in Education is pleased to offer our alumni and students access to job opportunities and resources online.
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OISE is a leader in Aboriginal education. From coast to coast, and around the world our faculty, staff, students and alumni work in partnership with Aboriginal peoples to support their educational aspirations.
Alumni promoting the community spirit with National Chief Shawn
A-in-chut Atleo, Assembly of First Nations in Canada and Rt. Hon. Paul
Martin, Former Prime Minister of Canada.
Dr. Suzanne Stewart, Canada Research Chair and OISE's Special Advisor to the Dean on Aboriginal Education says Intergenerational trauma a major factor in Aboriginal healing/education.
The quality of teaching and educational change are major areas of public concern in Canada and around the world. Today many governments in search of a panacea to improve educational performance turn to teachers, believing that if only they could attract 'the best and the brightest' into the teaching profession, the quality of education would get better. In this year's R.W.B. Jackson Lecture, Dr. Pasi Sahlberg argues that having better teachers in schools will not automatically improve students' learning outcomes and that teachers alone cannot overcome the societal issues affecting children's opportunities to learn. Following a brief introduction to teacher policies in Finland, Dr. Sahlberg puts forward an intriguing question: Why the quality of Finland's education system can exceed the quality of its teachers.
Event Registration is Closed. LIVE Webcast Online on April 17, 2014 at 7 p.m. Please click on link.