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Events

  • Thursday, November 27 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    Smudging Teaching
    by OISE Elder Cat Criger
    A traditional teaching about the Indigenous spiritual practice of smudging. All are welcome to attend.
  • Thursday, November 27 - 3:00 - 4:00 PM
    MITACS Information Session
    "MITACS Information Session" on funding opportunities for graduate students!
    Come by to learn about Mitacs Accelerate internship opportunities, Globalink Research Awards for funding to conduct research abroad, and Mitacs Step Workshops for professional skills training.
    Presenters:
    Christine Macdonald, MBA, P.Eng, PMP; Director, Business Development, Mitacs Inc, & Colin Swift, Business Development Officer, Industry Partnerships, The Innovations and Partnerships Office, U of T
  • Wednesday, November 26 - 4:30 - 6:00 PM
    CIDE Seminar: The Impact of English Language Education in China
    Jing Fu, PhD, CTL, OISE
    Being ranked as the top of both literacy test and math test of 15 years- old students in The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2012 over sixty-five countries and economies, Shanghai has been catching much attention from the world since then. Shanghai's literacy performance in PISA reflects partial of Chinese language education and cultural roots. Given the evidence of great achievement on literacy education in China, particularly foreign language education, this presentation will cover two folders: 1) a historical review of foreign language education and policies since early twentieth century; 2) current trends and language policy on foreign language education in China. Drawing upon "symbolic power" on empirical evidence, the presentation explores how the foreign language education (e.g. English as Foreign Language education - EFL) has become essential in Chinese school education, and what connections among EFL, social class, and cultural root there are. Finding suggests socio-economic status and culture play major roles; and they have great impact on language policies and language education.
  • Tuesday, November 25 - 6:30 - 8:30 PM
    New Challenge for Human Rights?
    The Emergence of an LGBTI Human Rights Norm: Perspectives and Problems
    A lecture by Dr. Bronwyn Winter
    - Introduction to the history and politics of the emergence of an LGBT human rights norm.
    - Discussion on "Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation"
    - Is every social justice issue a human rights issue?
  • Tuesday, November 25 - 4:00 - 6:30 PM
    CIDEC End of Term Potluck
    Sponsored by the CIDESA
    Join us to celebrate our accomplishments
  • Friday, November 21 - 2:00 - 3:15 PM
    What is literacy? From mental processes to social practices.
    2014-2015 CERLL Colloquium Public Lectures
    Presented by David Olson, University of Toronto
  • Thursday, November 20 - 3:00 - 5:00 PM
    Book Launch: Rethinking Heritage Language Education
    Edited by CTL Professor Peter Trifonas and PhD Candidate, Themistoklis Aravossitas
    The Hellenic Studies Program of The Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies
    University of Toronto invites you to the launch of the book:

    Rethinking Heritage Language Education, edited by Peter Pericles Trifonas and Themistoklis Aravossitas,
    Cambridge University Press, 2014
  • Wednesday, November 19 - 3:00 - 4:30 PM
    CEPP Seminar Series 2014-15
    High-Stakes: Standardized Testing, Teacher's Work and Urban Shcools in the US and Canada
    Presenter: Arlo Kempf
    Lecturer and Program Director, Intial Teacher Education/Master of Teaching, CLT/OISE
  • Tuesday, November 18 - 6:30 - 8:30 PM
    Convocation 2014: Honouring OISE Graduates
    #UofTGrad14 #OISEGrad14
    The OISE community proudly celebrates its graduates and newest alumni convocating on November 18.These grads are the next generation of education innovators and we are counting on them to lead change and improvement in systems and societies around the globe. So help us cheer for our grads by watching the live webcast starting at 6:30 p.m.and joining the conversation using #UofTGrad14 #OISEGrad14
  • Tuesday, November 18 - 12:00 - 1:00 PM
    Higher Education Group Seminar Series
    Comparing institutional mission statements and internalization policies/practices at...
    Christina Hwang, PhD student in Higher Education, will present an early version of her doctoral thesis proposal, entitled "Comparing institutional mission statements and internalization policies/practices at two faith-based universities in South Korea and Canada"
  • Tuesday, November 18 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Higher Education Group Seminar Series
    Phirom Leng, PhD student in Higher Education, will present his mock PhD oral; his thesis topic is "International University Partnerships in Contemporary Cambodian Higher Education: Case Studies of Partnerships with France, USA, Japan and South Korea.
  • Thursday, November 13 - 5:00 - 7:30 PM
    See where your OISE degree can take you at #OISEConnect14 | Exploring Career Options
    All graduate cohorts welcome: MEd. MT, MA, EdD, Phd. Explore career option in Community Development, Social Innovation and Technology, Consulting, HR and Organizational Development, Educational Research and Knowledge Mobilization, and Government, Educational and University Administration.
    RSVP: gradstudentevent.oise@utoronto.ca
    Accessibility concerns mary.macdonell@utoronto.ca
  • Thursday, November 13 - 3:00 - 4:30 PM
    CIDE Seminar: rethinking science education in economically marginalized contexts
    Wanja Gitari, Associate Professor, CTL/CIDEC
    Re-thinking Science Education in economically marginalized contexts through school-community knowledge construction partnerships
  • Friday, November 7 - 8:45 AM - 3:15 PM
    25th Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference
    The Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference is a regional, one-day graduate-student organized evaluation event whose goal is to provide graduate and other post-secondary students with a research interest in evaluation an opportunity to present their original research and network with professionals and faculty in the field of evaluation.
    Conference: Friday, November 7th, 2014
    Pre-conference social networking event, on the evening of Thursday November 6th, 2014
    Keynote speaker: Dr. Keiko Kuji-Shikatani, Education Officer at the Ontario Ministry of Education
  • Thursday, November 6 - 7:00 - 9:00 PM
    Public Lecture/Artist Talk with Jeremy Wood
    Moderated by Amish Morrell, editor, CMagazine
    Co-sponsored by CMagazine and Hart House
    Jeremy Wood is an artist and map maker who founded GPS Drawing in 2000 as a method of digital mark making using his body as a geodetic pencil. He explores drawing and mapping as a means of expression as well as capturing all his daily movements for the last 14 years with GPS as a form of personal cartography, whether it's over land, on water, or in the air. He has lectured and conducted numerous workshops in schools and universities to explore the educational possibilities of GPS drawing, and was featured in The New York Times' 2003: Year in Ideas. His work has been exhibited internationally and is in private and public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the London Transport Museum.
  • Thursday, November 6 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    Book Launch: Why Theatre Matters - Urban Youth, Engagement, and a Pedagogy of the Real
    by CTL Professor Kathleen Gallagher
    Co-presented by Centre for Urban Schooling & Centre for Media and Culture in Education
    What makes young people care about themselves, others, their communities, and their futures? In Why Theatre Matters, Kathleen Gallagher uses the drama classroom as a window into the daily challenges of marginalized youth in Toronto, Boston, Taipei, and Lucknow. An ethnographic study which mixes quantitative and qualitative methodology in an international multi-site project, Why Theatre Matters ties together the issues of urban and arts education through the lens of student engagement.
    Kathleen Gallagher is Canada Research Chair in Theatre, Youth, and Research un Urban Schools.
  • Thursday, November 6 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    LawWorks Education Law Institute
    Join us for the 9th Annual LawWorks Education Law Institute on Thursday, November 6, 2014. The landscape of Ontario education has grown ever more complex. Educational leaders must respond to an increasingly diverse array of issues and problems from school, district and community-wide perspective. A clear and up-to-date understanding of the framework of provincial and federal laws and of recent jurisprudence related to education and schools is a must for every effective administrator.
  • Wednesday, November 5 - 12:00 - 1:00 PM
    CIDE SEMINAR: All you need to know about CIES and CIESC
    Vandra Masemann, Adjunct Professor, CIDEC/OISE
    Conferences are an indispensable part of every CIDE student's professional development. This seminar will give an introduction to students who may never have thought about attending professional conferences before. It will also provide encouragement for those who want to improve their abstracts and presentations. Through every phase of the process - submission of the abstract, preparing the paper, negotiating the networking process, presenting the paper- the student is given tips for improving the experience.
    All those who attend will be given an opportunity to choose one book to keep from the late Professor Joe Farrell's professional library as his family's way of saying thanks to the CIDE community and encouraging the upcoming generation of CIDE graduates.
  • Tuesday, November 4 - 4:00 - 5:00 PM
    Changing a Country by Teaching Literacy to Teachers
    The Impact of an Innovative Teacher Education Program by Gisela Wajskop, Sao Paolo, Brazil
    Please join our visiting scholar, Gisela Wajskop from Instituto Singularidades in São Paulo
    for her presentation on literacy teacher educators.
    For more information contact Clare Kosnik (clare.kosnik@utoronto.ca)
  • Tuesday, November 4 - 12:00 - 1:00 PM
    Higher Education Group Seminar Series
    Teaching Emergency Preparedness to UG Nursing Students
    Dr. Geraldine (Jody) Macdonald, a visiting scholar from the Faculty of Nursing, who is spending her sabbatical with us, teaching our health professions course on teaching and learning, will present on the topic "Teaching Emergency Preparedness to UG Nursing Students: Impact of a Qualitative Research Study"
  • Tuesday, November 4 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Caring about Racism: Early Career Nurses Experiences with Aboriginal Cultural Safety
    Higher Education Group Seminar with PhD student Pam Walker
    Pam Walker, PhD student in Higher Education, will present her Thesis Proposal. Her topic is "Caring about Racism: Early Career Nurses Experiences with Aboriginal Cultural Safety."
  • Monday, November 3 - 1:00 - 2:30 PM
    CIDE SEMINAR: Mainstreaming Global Education in Finland's Reform
    Karen Pashby, PhD Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Oulu, Finland
    Mainstreaming Global Education in Finland's Reform of the Basic Education Curriculum:The influence of Critical Global Citizenship Education
  • Monday, November 3 - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    UofT Teaching & Learning Symposium
    Planning for Change, Responding to Change
    9th Annual CTSI Teaching & Learning Symposium
    Monday, November 3, 2014 at Hart House
    http://www.teaching.utoronto.ca/about_ctsi/symposium.htm
    The University of Toronto 9th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium, which will be held on November 3, 2014 at Hart House. This tri-campus event is intended to stimulate discussion and the sharing of research, practices and experiences around teaching and learning. It is also a cross-divisional forum that allows faculty and staff to celebrate their commitment to teaching and learning, and to hear from this year's recipient(s) of the President's Teaching Award.
    The 9th annual symposium will explore a range of teaching and learning ideas, issues and possibilities relating to change. What recent changes in higher education affect roles, contexts, pedagogy, curriculum and students? How have individuals and units handled these changes? How can we plan for and respond to change effectively? Sessions will consider what, who, how, why and what if in relation to changes in teaching and learning.
  • Monday, November 3 to Wednesday, November 5
    Walking with Satellites with artist Jeremy Wood
    GPS Cartographical and Drawing Workshops
    Participants will engage in a 3-day workshop exploring the embodied environment through GPS mapping and drawing.
    FREE. Catered lunch included.
    Registration required. Space limited.
    Contact stephanie.springgay@utoronto.ca.