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Additional Qualifications Online Application System

You may use this system to:

  • Apply for Additional Qualifications courses
    (Note that a valid email address and credit card are required)
  • Check the registration status of your application
  • Update your current contact information


  • Thursday, March 23 - 5:30 - 7:30 PM
    Queering Sexy B(l)ack: Queer Youth and Pedagogies of Sexual Agency
    A public lecture by Dr. Ed Brockenbrough
    Dr. Brockenbrough's research focuses on negotiations of identity, pedagogy, and power in urban educational spaces, particularly through the lenses of Black masculinity studies and queer of color critique.
    Location: OISE, Nexus Lounge

    More info: http://oise.utoronto.ca/lhae
  • Friday, March 24 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    OISE Career Fair
    Join us for the 2017 OISE Career Fair! Exhibitors at this fair will be hiring for at least one paid position. They are eager to speak to those graduating about available opportunities.
  • Monday, March 27 - 12:00 - 1:30 PM
    What's Love Got to do with it? Where is the Love in Social Justice?
    The Department of Social Justice Education (SJE) at OISE and the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work (FIFSW) Chair in Health and Mental Health invite you to a lunchtime discussion.
    Sarah Ahmed (2004) has centred the cultural politics of emotion in analyzing ideologies, social relationships and the rhetoric of the nation. Hate and power are mutually implicated in the the politics of racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia and social injustice. Where, we ask, is the love in social justice? And, as Tina Turner (1984) asks, what's love got to do with it? We invite students and faculty from Social Justice Education and Social Work to meet and talk about these important issues. Representatives from both faculties will participate to share their own perspectives and how they see these issues as relevant to their respective fields of research, pedagogy and practice.
    Light snacks and good company. See you there!
    Location: OISE, Room 12-274

  • Tuesday, March 28 - 4:00 - 5:00 PM
    Introduction to Solidarity, Social Entitlements, Education, Internationalist Solidarity, and Sustainable Development in Cuba
    Department of Social Justice Education - Brown Bag Series
    OISE student Emil Marmol recently travelled to Cuba to work on a feature-length film. While there, he created a short education video about life in Cuba.
    Location: OISE, 12-274

  • Wednesday, March 29 - 12:30 - 1:30 PM
    Deleuze, Freire, and Rumi: Where these worlds collide, unfolding nomadic learner identities
    Department of Social Justice Education - Brown Bag Series
    Unfolding the complex and paradoxical discourses associated with educational instrumentalism can open up new prisms where it becomes essential to explore alternative praxes that can offer remedies against the malaise of the neoliberal era. It is in this context that Persian philosopher-poet Rumi and Brazilian critical pedagogue Paulo Freire can offer reprieves. In line with this, using the language provided by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze, particularly his conceptual constellation, the nomad, advances a discourse that encourages the unleashing of the nomadic potential in learners. This is a space that allows Freire and Rumi to slip through the cracks and transition into a productive force in an effort to explore how learners' fragmented, marginalized, and 'invisibilized identities' have been constructed, maintained, challenged, and reconfigured.
    Location: OISE, 12-274

  • Monday, April 3 - 6:00 - 7:30 PM
    Leighton G. McCarthy Memorial Lecture with Dr. Catherine Snow
    Discussing our differences: Why we need more debates in our classrooms
    Research shows that classroom discussion is related to student learning, yet it rarely happens. To support teachers in making discussion a regular part of the classroom experience, a team of researchers and educators, led by Catherine Snow, developed Word Generation. Learn more about how Word Generation is making an impact.
    Location: OISE Library

  • Wednesday, April 5 - 6:30 - 8:30 PM
    John Portelli's Book Launch
    Join us for a celebration of Dr. John Portelli's new book, Luggage Poems | Baggage Poèmes. Featuring: Leila Young and Charles C. Smith.
    Location: OISE, 12th floor lounge

  • Thursday, April 6 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Radical Black Political Thought in the 20th and 21st Centuries
    Department of Social Justice Education's Annual Colloquium, Public Forum and Reception
    Working with and through a black radical/critical intellectual and political tradition, this talk by Professor Anthony Bogues will map another genealogy of critical theory, which posits that the central issues of our time are our modes of production of the human and freedom. Bogues argues that contemporary black radical political thought opens up spaces for the reframing of current critical theory.
    Join us for this fascinating discussion and stay for a reception and Social Justice Education end-of-term party, from 6:00-7:30pm. Please RSVP for the reception at ea.sje@utoronto.ca.
    Location: OISE Library

  • Friday, April 7 - 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    2017 Leadership Cohort Forum: Current Trends in Higher Education
    The Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education is pleased to convene a special event which will showcase current leadership and management issues in higher education while providing opportunities for our higher education cohorts to reconnect, network, learn and collaborate. Keynote speakers include the Dean of OISE, Glen Jones, as well as the Deputy Minister for Advanced Education and Skills Development, Sheldon Levy. We hope that you will be able to join us for this new event! For information, please contact katharine.janzen@utoronto.ca or 416-978-1232.
    A welcome reception will precede the event at 6pm on Thursday, April 6, 2017.
    Location: OISE

  • Friday, April 7 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    Mixed-method evidence on the transition into secondary school tracks in Germany
    The many ways that parents game the system
    Sponsored by OISE's Centre for Comparative, International and Development Education, this event features Hanna Dumont, German Institute for International Educational Research
    Location: OISE, 4-422

    More info: http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/cidec/