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  • Apply for Additional Qualifications courses
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Events

  • Wednesday, January 28 - 3:00 - 3:15 PM
    Ecoschools: Integrating Ecoliteracy into TDSB Schools
    with Erin Wood, TDSB EcoSchools Facilitator
    Hundreds of schools across the TDSB are currently engaged in the EcoSchools program (with an additional 1500 schools certified across the province!) During this workshop you'll have a chance to hear about how schools are using the EcoSchools program as a springboard to engage their school communities in taking environmental action and build ecological literacy. You'll walk away with ideas and inspiration on how you can get involved.
    Free, but registration required at: http://www.studentservices.oise.utoronto.ca/workshops.aspx
  • Wednesday, January 28 - 12:00 - 1:30 PM
    Social Economy Centre Speakers Series
    MasterCard Foundation - Research & Evaluation in Philanthropy
    This presentation will introduce the philanthropic work of MasterCard Foundation and the research undertaken by the Foundation to help its strategic planning and decision making process.
    This talk will discuss:
    -- The youth programs MasterCard Foundation supports in Africa;
    -- The approaches used by MasterCard Foundation in conducting research and evaluation to gain an understanding of community needs; and
    -- The role of philanthropy and private foundations in places where public services are not as extensive as in Canada.
  • Wednesday, January 28 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis Workshop Series & Writing Group
    The OSSC offers bi-weekly workshops alternating with thesis writing groups addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome.
  • Wednesday, January 28 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis Writing Workshop Series & Writing Group
    The OSSC offers bi-weekly workshops alternating with thesis writing groups addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome.
  • Tuesday, January 27 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Higher Education Group Seminar Series
    Dr. Gavin Moodie is an adjunct professor at OISE as well as
    the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University)
    in Australia. His areas of expertise include higher education
    policy and administration. He will be speaking on
    "Institutional diversity and higher education system."

    This presentation considers the extent to which countries which
    have three or more universities in the academic ranking of world
    universities have diverse higher education systems. It finds that
    countries which perform relatively well on the academic ranking
    of world universities have very different higher education systems.
    This suggests that while world university ranks may encourage a
    homogenisation of institutions that aspire to enter or rise in world
    ranks (Hazelkorn 2011, 197), it need not encourage a homogenisation
    of higher education systems, that is, of institutions which are not
    competing in world ranks.
  • Monday, January 26 - 1:00 - 3:00 PM
    Adult Education Lecture Series
    Commons, Communities and Social Justice
    1pm: Video "Eternal Seed" Traditional Agriculture vs Agribusiness
    2pm: Clem Marshall,
    Intact Afrika: Sans Debt, Sans Deed, Indigenous Cultures and the Commons
  • Thursday, January 22 - 5:30 - 7:30 PM
    Embodied Politics in Visual Autobiography: A Panel Discussion
    with Dan Irving, Allyson Mitchell & Tanya Titchkosky
    Dan Irving, Secuality Studies and Human Rights, Carlton University
    Allyson Mitchell, School of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, York University
    Tanya Titchkosky, Social Justice Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
  • Thursday, January 22 to Wednesday, April 1
    Spring AQ Courses open for registration!
    Spring AQ courses are open for registration. Registration deadline is April 1, 2015. www.oise.utoronto.ca/conted
  • Wednesday, January 21 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    Medicine Teaching series by Traditional Ojibwe Kokomis/Teacher Jacqui Lavalley
    Cedar teaching
    The Indigenous Education Network presents the second in a series of 4 medicine teachings. This cedar teaching will be followed by monthly teachings on Sage and Sweetgrass. All are welcome!
  • Wednesday, January 21 - 4:00 - 5:00 PM
    Worming your Way into Education: Vermicomposting for Integrated Learning
    with Cathy Nesbitt from Cathy's Crawly Composters
    Come and meet OISE's Red Wrigglers! Learn how easy it is to set up and maintain an indoor vermicomposting system from materials around the home or classroom and discover the educational and personal benefits of vermicomposting in the classroom.
    Free, but registration required at: http://www.studentservices.oise.utoronto.ca/workshops.aspx
  • Wednesday, January 21 - 3:00 - 4:30 PM
    CEPP Seminar Series 2014-15
    Who You Know and What You Know: Understanding Policymaking through a Social Network Lens
    Presenter: Joelle Rodway-Marci
    PhD Candidate, LHAE/OISE
  • Wednesday, January 21 - 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
    OISE EcoFair 2015!
    Hosted by ESE Initiative and Environmental Leadership Club
    Join us for a store-front style of exhibits centred on environmental and sustainability education. Exhibitors from a wide variety of environmental organizations will provide free resources and a wealth of information. Drop in, collect resources, and chat with people who are passionate about this critical area of education - may be even find yourself an internship!
    Free, but registration required at: http://www.studentservices.oise.utoronto.ca/workshops.aspx
  • Friday, January 16 - 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Social Economy Centre Workshop
    Human Resource Management in Nonprofit Organizations - Kunle Akingbola
    Human resource is not only the core asset of community organizations, such organizations cannot replace their human capital with investment in physical capital. Coupled with the pressure to be efficient and strategic, maximizing human capital is essential to achieving organizations goals. This certificate program is designed to strengthen human resource management and leadership competencies by helping managers to acquire tools and resources to enhance leadership skills, manage organizational change and gain knowledge around effective compensation.
  • Wednesday, January 14 - 4:00 - 5:00 PM
    Growing ESE in Secondary Schools with Martha Gonya, Kipling Collegiate Institute
    Martha shares her journey of growing ESE with students in her secondary school, supporting their quest to bring about positive environmental change. She will describe the benefits and challenges of integrating ESE into her secondary courses, as well as share activities that have helped to grow the school's Enviro-link club.
    Free, but registration required at: http://www.studentservices.oise.utoronto.ca/workshops.aspx
  • Wednesday, January 14 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    Developing school leadership in a centralized educational system: The case of Iran
    Mohammad Reza Ahanchian, Assoc. Prof. Ferdwosi University of Mashhad, Iran
    The seminar presents an overview to Iran's educational system as a centralized one and more specifically, reviews its strategies and goals for leadership development. To develop school leaders, the system expects principals to learn educational standards, designated by the central authorities and scrutinize them in the schools. In addition the education system's stress on ethical aspects of leadership in the training programs. These two, underpin leadership development programs in Iran education system.
  • Wednesday, January 14 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis Workshop Series & Writing Group
    "Best Practices" related to thesis completion
    The OSSC offers a bi-weekly workshop and thesis writing group addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome on January 14th, where an agenda will be set for the semester-long workshop series and writing group.
  • Wednesday, January 14 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis Writing Workshop Series & Writing Group
    "Best Practices" related to thesis completion
    The OSSC offers a bi-weekly workshop and thesis writing group addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome on January 14th, where an agenda will be set for the semester-long workshop series and writing group.
  • Monday, January 12 - 4:00 - 5:00 PM
    Conflict Coaching Clinic (Drop In)
    Tips & strategies for resolving conflict with roommates or landlords.
    For students who may be experiencing conflict with their roommates or landlords, Housing Services is offering "Conflict Coaching" drop-in clinics with representatives from St. Stephen's Community House mediation program. St. Stephen's will help provide students with tips and strategies around building and maintaining positive interpersonal relations.
  • Tuesday, January 6 to Friday, January 30
    Call for Papers: Rethinking Language, Diversity & Education Conference
    The Rethinking Language, Diversity and Education Conference invites online submissions of abstracts for individual papers, symposia and posters.Rethinking Language, Diversity, and Education, honoring the contributions of Professor Jim Cummins (OISE/UT) and Professor Michalis Damanakis (University of Crete)takes place at the University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece), May 28-31, 2015
    Follow link for more info.
    Sponsored by: the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs, the Munk Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at the University of Toronto, and University of the Aegean.