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  • WITH OISE I CAN Dish Up SuccessOISE grad Keith Hoare (Dip. Tech. '08) goes extra mile for students, wins Chopped Canada top chef title
  • WITH OISE I CAN Envision My FutureCo-curricular professional preparation program inspires emerging OISE teachers
  • WITH OISE I CAN Promote Early Child DevelopmentOISE human development expert Charles Pascal receives Order of Canada for contributions to public education in Canada, notably in the field of early child development LEARN MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN Create OpportunityImproving education in Mexico: OISE hosts INEE delegation
  • WITH OISE I CAN Learn From ChildrenOISE researcher Angela Pyle investigates the relationship between play and literacy
  • WITH OISE I CAN Strive for ExcellenceOlympic archer Crispin Duenas, BEd '13, a teacher in the Toronto District School Board will represent Canada at the 2015 Pan Am/ParaPan Am Games in Toronto LEARN MORE >
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OISE is the largest and most research- intensive faculty of education in Canada, and one of the largest in North America




Professor Shelley Stagg Peterson on enhancing children's oral language and writing development


Angela Pyle 10 new researchers 10 great ideas:
Angela Pyle looks at the relationship between children's engagement in play and their literacy development
aboriginal kids OISE receives $5 million gift: Landmark gift to U of T will advance indigenous education in Canada and globally



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