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Events

  • Saturday, May 27 - 5:45 - 7:15 PM
    Dieter Misgeld: A Philosopher's Journey from Hermeneutics to Emancipatory Politics
    Book Launch
    Join us for the launch of this a new biography of Professor Dieter Misgeld. Dr. Misgeld taught Philosophy of Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education for over 30 years. His retirement lent occasion for a series of length interviews, ranging from his last years in Heidelberg where he studied philosophy in its history, participated in debates about Hegel with Heidegger, and saw Habermas begin his career.
    Location: Ryerson U, Kerr Hall East 121

  • Tuesday, May 30 - 5:30 - 8:00 PM
    2017 Jackson Lecture: Schools and Our Mental Health System
    Featuring Dr. Katreena Scott
    Join us for OISE's annual R.W.B. Jackson Lecture on May 30. This year's talk explores pressing issues around schools and mental health, and features Dr. Katreena Scott, OISE Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair on Family Violence Prevention and Intervention.
    Location: OISE Library and Auditorium


    More info: http://www.tinyurl.com/oiseevent
  • Wednesday, May 31 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    The Marginalized Adult Learners in Korean Lifelong Learning Policy and Practice: A Feminist Reading
    Comparative, International and Development Education Centre (CIDEC) Seminar
    Join us for a discussion with Romee Lee, a doctoral student from Yonsei University in South Korea.
    Location: OISE, Room 7-105


    More info: http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/cidec/
  • Friday, June 2 - 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    The 14th Annual Summer Institute on Early Childhood Development
    Addressing Inequity in Canada through Early Childhood Education
    Research tells us that quality early childhood education can be a game-changer for children, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Yet many policies and practices prevent racialized, indigenous and vulnerable children from participating in early childhood programs or stream them into low quality settings.
    The 14th conference theme is Addressing inequities in Canada through early childhood education. By the time we meet on June 2, a new framework for early learning and childcare will most likely be in place. Jurisdictions are using the occasion to update their early childhood policies. It is important that change be informed by evidence and viewed through an equity lens.
    This year's institute will feature sessions that allow for extended, informed dialogue about ECEC finance, policy, practice and research and its role in promoting - or subverting - equity.