UTSC and OISE partner to train next generation of clinical psychologists
A University of Toronto initiative to improve access to clinical psychology services in Ontario and Canada was realized at a special ceremony this week with the signing of a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) between the University of Toronto-Scarborough (UTSC) and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)...
Jackson Lecturers Atleo & Martin agree crisis in Aboriginal education is one of Canada's big social justice issues
The crisis in Aboriginal education is one of the biggest social justice issues facing Canada today stated Shawn A-in-chut Atleo, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations in Canada during the 2013 R. W. B. Jackson Lecture 'First Nations' Education in Canada'...
OISE's great graduates: 2013 Cressy Student Leadership Award recipients
Congratulations to six outstanding 2013 OISE Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award recipients: Cristina Guerrero, Manaal Hussain (pictured left), Patricia Kmiec, Jeffrey Myers, William Noiles, and Gary Pluim...
New AERA Fellow Keith Stanovich to give Distinguished Scholar Symposium talk at AERA meeting
Keith Stanovich is one of 23 scholars selected by AERA as 2013 AERA Fellows, joining the ranks of 534 current AERA Fellows. The AERA conference starts April 27 in San Francisco and Keith Stanovich will give the Distinguished Scholar Symposium talk on 'The Assessment of Rational Thinking: IQ Does Not Equal RQ.'...
Dedication of teaching staff, students inspires David E. Hunt teaching award recipient
John Portelli isn't the kind of educator who strives for recognition but a major OISE teaching award has found him anyway. This year's recipient of the David E. Hunt Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, he's being honoured for his "many significant contributions to OISE teaching, supervision and scholarship"...
Homeless LGBTQ youth is focus of student's research
While youth homelessness is a much-researched topic in this country, the plight of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual and queer youth who find themselves living on sidewalks had never been looked at in depth before OISE doctoral candidate I. Alex Abramovich took a magnifying glass to this issue...
Daily variety in the classroom is a fountain of youth for Mike Morosin
It's certainly a surprise," says Michael Morosin, recipient of OISE's 2013 Award for Excellence in Continuing Education. An Additional Qualifications Instructor in Continuing and Professional Learning (and current Guidance Counselor with the Peel District School Board), this much-admired educator admits he's "humbled and honoured because OISE is an incredible institution with such amazing faculty...
Student appreciation most important reward for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching recipient
Rob Simon, Assistant Professor of Multiliteracies in Education in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, is thrilled with being the recipient of OISE's Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching...
2012-13 Teaching Awards Recipients Announced
The OISE community celebrates four outstanding teachers named to OISE's highest teaching honours: John Portelli - David E. Hunt Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching; Jill Goodreau - Excellence in Initial Teacher Education; Rob Simon, Distinguished Contributions to Teaching; Michael Morosin - Excellence in Continuing Education...
OISE grad student receives prestigious City of Toronto Women's Studies scholarship
Yukyung Kim-Cho, a Leadership, Higher and Adult Education grad student, knows how to live within the budget of the typical university attendee but her recent City of Toronto Women's Studies Scholarship will certainly help her continue her academic goals...
OISE alumna Keren Brathwaite at the forefront of eliminating racial discrimination
It's been a long journey for Keren Brathwaite - not only from her native Antigua and Barbuda but also in the struggle against discrimination and racism. As she reflects on the annual International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Brathwaite considers the progress made since she came to Toronto in 1967 to pursue an M.Ed at OISE...
Impact of full-day kindergarten examined with the help of 700 kids
It's considered a blessing for couples who work full-time but all day kindergarten for Ontario isn't without controversy and that's one reason the full impact of this recent educational initiative is being examined closely by Janette Pelletier, Director of the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study...
Doctoral student examines missing Indigenous science knowledge in Ugandan education
While Canadian higher education is multidisciplinary and cutting edge, there are countries where the curricula urgently needs reform. Francis Akena Adyanga, a fourth-year doctoral candidate from Uganda, carried out his dissertation research on Uganda's Indigenous educational history...
Curriculum Studies & Teacher Development degree leads to job in curriculum renewal at UTSC
Nothing stays the same and that is certainly the case for education - a discipline that is examined and re-examined constantly. While many OISE grads look forward to a career in teaching, more and more are interested in jobs that re-evaluate and improve the teaching tools that today's teachers use...
Book uses poetry and prose to address bullying
A new anthology of poetry entitled 'The Bully, The Bullied, The Bystander, The Brave' co-authored by OISE educators David Booth and Larry Swartz begins with a poem by Professor Booth written from the viewpoint of a bully...
Black History Month luncheon encourages education through food
For close to fifteen years OISE students, faculty and staff have been invited to the annual Division of University Advancement Black History Lunch Celebration to recognize Black History Month in Canada...
How parents who play favorites hurt the entire family
Professor Jenny Jenkins is co-author of a study that found all children in a family suffer when parents favour one sibling. The study warns of the impact this can have on kids' mental health...
An activist who fought racism and sexism: Toronto-based educator waged a long battle for women's equality in the workplace and the academy
Twentieth-century Italian writer and revolutionary intellectual Antonio Gramsci once wrote that a person could simultaneously exhibit both "pessimism of the spirit" and "optimism of the will." Dr. Roxana Ng was one such person...
OISE alumna receives 2012 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching
"Phenomenal!" was the reaction experienced by Milena Ivkovic when she learned she was one of only seven Canadians to be presented a 2012 Governor General's Award in the history category...
Waters Scholarship recipient aims to take teaching out of the classroom
In Natasha Burford's mind, a classroom can take many forms and she's visualizing a teaching career that's definitely going to be non-traditional. One of four recipients of this year's William R. Waters Scholarship, Burford envisions a future reaching out to racialized youth and women...
Alumna uses skills, knowledge gained in Tech Ed program to mentor nurse colleagues
Most people don't usually look at school as fun but having a wonderful time while hitting the books is a recurring theme for recent grad Nina Henley. And Henley's reason for returning to school isn't the usual career path either as she is a part-time emergency room nurse with the Trillium Health Centre in Mississauga...
U of T's Joe Farrell developed alternative models to aid learning in developing world
A leader in the field of comparative education, Farrell founded the Comparative, International and Development Education Centre (CIDEC) at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. During the 40 years he taught there, he served as a mentor to scores of fellow instructors and researchers, as well as students...
OISE honours one of Ontario's most respected education ministers
The Nexus Lounge was filled with alumni, students, friends, current and former faculty and staff, University of Toronto's top leadership and prominent political and education leaders from across Ontario on December 3 for a special ceremony dedicating OISE's stunning new 12th floor community lounge, Nexus, to William G. Davis...
Dame Nita Barrow Lecturer strives for equality in Kenya
Living in Canada, we often take gender equality for granted and while we realize there are a number of battles still to be won, we're confident justice will prevail. Similar victories are the goals of Patrica Nyaundi, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya...
OISE degree opens doors for alumna to help aboriginal communities
OISE and U of T are both known for going above and beyond when it comes to employee advancement and Tracey King is one of hundreds who jumped at the chance to evolve into a whole new world of service...
Award winner Bessie Giannikos a leader, a mentor and friend to staff
"Overwhelming but fulfilling," is how Bessie Giannikos, Departmental Finance Administrator in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) describes her job. Giannikos is this year's inaugural recipient of OISE's Leadership Award...
Award recipient Danny Cavanagh goes the extra mile with students
Danny Cavanagh, a Program Assistant for Graduate Studies in the Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, is not a nine-to-five kind of guy simply because students in need of guidance - or just a shoulder to cry on - don't always stress out during normal business hours....
Children in Year 2 of full-day early learning kindergarten still ahead: Study
Two years after implementing full-day early learning/kindergarten (FDELK) in Peel Region schools, a University of Toronto study has found that FDELK children were ahead of their peers who attended half-day kindergarten in subjects such as vocabulary, early literacy, number knowledge and parent ratings of their child's readiness for elementary school...
OISE honours staff for outstanding achievement
Three OISE staff have been recognized with prestigious Administrative Staff Excellence Awards, two of which are brand new this year: Danny Cavanagh (Dr. Claire Alleyne Staff Excellence Award), Bessie Giannikos (Leadership Award), and Eileen Thomas (Innovation Award)...
Jeanne Watson elected to prestigious psychotherapy post
Jeanne Watson, Associate Dean, Programs, has been elected General Vice-President of the Society of Psychotherapy Research (SPR). Watson will serve on the Executive Committee for four years with her term as President-Elect running from 2013-14 and as President from 2014-15...
Assessing the assessment of students
It might come as a surprise that, even though the world of education is one of the most examined disciplines in the world, assessment practices for teachers to properly identify their students' needs and challenges are seriously lacking...
A classroom of many voices creates a safer environment, say authors
Teachers have an abundance of books available to them on how to deal with what appears to be an epidemic in school bullying. However, a unique approach by two OISE instructors is being used to help teachers work towards the creation of safer classrooms...
Inqueeries conference explored successes in LGBTQ education
Graduates of OISE's groundbreaking Inqueeries course over the past ten years gathered for a celebratory conference in September to share their successes and challenges in the classroom - as well as memories of a program that changed the way they view education...
New open access journal explores Indigenous knowledge
Accessing the varied, and often ignored, world of Indigenous history, literature and culture is a main component of a new - and already celebrated - journal created by OISE academics and students, 'Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society'...
Teaching for Inclusion, Equity and Social Justice Symposium
A Symposium for the Elementary Teacher Education Program (B.Ed. Consecutive)
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Rinaldo Walcott
Morning Session: Preparing for Conferences: A seminar on CIES and the World Congress
Saving the trees and harvesting donations reaps award for Joseph Cataudella
Trying to bring in a bumper crop of United Way donations without killing a forest of trees was the challenge presented to Joseph Cataudella, a senior software developer at OISE...
Robbie Case Lecture explores teachers coaching teachers
It's not just kids that today's teachers can offer guidance and direction to ... they're pretty good at teaching their colleagues as well says Dr. Robert Pianta of the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia...
Making schools safe and equitable still a challenge conference finds
Canada may have some of the world's most socially progressive school systems but problems of racism, ableism, sexism, homophobia and classroom aggression continue to plague the classroom...
Aboriginal orientation event welcomes new students to OISE
Toronto can be an intimidating city for new students and it can be especially overwhelming for those from smaller communities. Adding to the everyday challenges of big city life is the added pressures associated with studying at Canada's largest university campus...
Roger Simon: A generous friend, colleague and mentor remembered
It was with a profound sense of grief and loss that the University and OISE communities learned a generous friend, colleague and mentor, Professor Roger Simon passed away on Monday September 17, at Mt. Sinai Hospital...
William Waters Scholarship recipient Amanda Parris aims to help marginalized youth
Amanda Parris, a first-year Sociology of Education student at OISE, has been awarded the coveted William Waters Scholarship for 2012. Parris reports that her "mouth fell open" when she was informed that the scholarship committee had chosen her...
OISE Survey finds public satisfied with schools but less willing to increase spending
Public satisfaction with the school system as a whole, and with the job teachers are doing are at record highs, according to the findings of the 18th OISE Survey of Public Attitudes Toward Education, conducted by researchers at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education...
Recently discovered heritage inspiration for teaching career
Witnessing racial bigotry amongst some of her peers in her hometown of Dryden, Ontario, became an issue for first-year student Sasha Reid ... especially when she found out that she was actually a member of Canada's Aboriginal community herself...
Inqueeries celebrates ten years of LGBTQ education
Inqueeries About Education, a unique and groundbreaking course in LGBTQ educational practices, celebrates its tenth year at OISE with The Reunion Conference; Ten Years of Anti-Homophobia Work at OISE on September 15...
Keith Stanovich named 2012 recipient of Thorndike Career Achievement Award
Academia is a discipline where one never knows when your past and present achievements will make a delightful collision. Catapulted into yet another spotlight is exactly what has happened for OISE's Keith Stanovich, an expert in the psychology of reading and reasoning...
OISE students engage in intercultural dialogue and critical democracy studies in Italy
The Centre for Intercultural Studies at the University of Verona welcomed 14 graduate students from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education for 10 days in early July. The goal of the trip was to engage in a course of intercultural dialogue and critical democracy in education...
Black Gay Youth Talk about Survival
CTL faculty member, Lance McCready and lead researcher, David Lewis-Peart's study 'Evaluating the Impact of Black CAP's Modified 3MV Intervention on YBMSM' inspires theatrical piece.
OISE research shows preschool literacy programs promote children's literacy development
"Early literacy library programs have had a noticeable impact on children's literacy behaviour and on parent/caregiver-child interactions in their homes", according to Drs. Shelley Stagg Peterson and Eunice Jang...
New book by Dr. Gila Hanna Proof and Proving in Mathematics Education published
by Springer Publishing
CTL faculty member Dr. Gila Hanna's new book Proof and Proving in Mathematics Education considers proof and proving as complex but foundational in mathematics. Through the systematic examination of recent research this volume offers new ideas aimed at enhancing the place of proof and proving in our classrooms.
OISE's new department model launches July 1 with new websites
Over the past several weeks, departmental communications staff and the Education Commons have been working feverishly to create new interim department web sites for OISE's new four-department model that comes into effect on July 1, 2012...
OISE's Concurrent Teacher Education program graduates its first class
June 21 marks an historic first for OISE and the University of Toronto - the convocation of the first cohort of the Concurrent Teacher Education Program - U of T's largest collaborative program...
OISE graduation story: Benjamin Watson reflects on teaching and the legacy of Andy Anderson
Rising to the increasingly complex and challenging work of teaching requires experience, focus and passion, qualities B.Ed. graduate Benjamin Watson has in abundance...
OISE graduation stories: Dong-Ling Chen goes above and beyond to help others
At the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), many teacher candidates go the extra mile, contributing their skills, knowledge and time to reach out to their peers, benefit the community and the rest of the university...
OISE graduation stories: Reflections from Deanna Fiahlo, M.Ed.
When Deanna Fialho arrived at OISE in 2010 she had an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Carleton University and years of professional experience at a marketing firm under her belt. She had decided to take a chance and quit her job, beginning what turned out to be an unforgettable journey of academic and personal growth...
Tim Fletcher receives Canadian Association for Teacher Education thesis award
Tim Fletcher, PhD, 2011 in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development, is the recipient of a Recognition Award for Theses and Dissertations on Teacher Education from the Canadian Association for Teacher Education (CATE). "It is great when one of our students is recognized in a cross-Canada competition," said thesis supervisor Clare Kosnik...
OISE student Tonya Callaghan receives top honours for doctoral thesis
Tonya Callaghan, a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Calgary, is the recipient of the prestigious Canadian Association for the Study of Women and Education (CASWE) Doctoral Award for Outstanding Dissertation. Tonya began her doctoral studies in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at OISE in 2006, successfully defended her thesis in 2011, and will graduate on June 7, 2012...
Joan Moss - 2012 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching
Professor Moss is an inspirational educator, a mentor, and a renowned researcher who demonstrates the kind of leadership that empowers and transforms the lives of students and teachers. Professor Moss has been instrumental in the development of a wide variety of innovative teaching praxes and research designs...
Steven Katz - 2012 Award for Excellence in Initial Teacher Education
Dr. Steven Katz is the 2012 recipient of the Award for Excellence in Initial Teacher Education. A Senior Lecturer in the Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology, Dr. Katz coordinates the Psychological Foundations of Learning & Development for the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) program...
Niva Piran, recipent of the David E. Hunt Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Professor Niva Piran is a clinical psychologist and school consultant in the area of body image development, internationally recognized for innovative work in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders and research in the area of body image development, embodiment and women's health...
OISE's new Office of Innovations & Opportunities engages through community collaborations
More than 150 attendees delighted to the sights and sounds of an exuberant launch event celebrating the new Office of Innovations & Opportunities (I&O) at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto on April 23...
Celebrating great teaching at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
OISE celebrates four outstanding teachers who are recipients of 2012 Teaching Excellence Awards: Steven Katz-Award for Excellence in Initial Teacher Education; Joan Moss-Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching; Niva Piran-David E. Hunt Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching; and Marion Roy-Award for Excellence in Continuing Education...
Introducing the Office of Innovations & Opportunities
The OISE community celebrates the new Office of Innovations & Opportunities, launching at a special event April 24. Students, faculty and staff will join Associate Dean, I&O, Ruth Childs to connect on ideas, learn more about associated opportunities, and check out the new I&O website...
OISE looks toward the future of education scholarship
Free public access to education research took a giant leap forward this year as OISE adopted a policy statement to increase access to its research and scholarship worldwide to scholars, educators, policymakers and the public...
AERA2012: OISE fields 100-plus researchers at North America's largest education conference
More than 100 OISE researchers headed to Vancouver, BC last week to participate in North America's largest meeting of educators, the American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA), joining 13,000 of their colleagues from around the world, and including 32 OISE graduate students...
OISE, Harvard students collaborate to move beyond conversations on school policy
OISE doctoral students and their colleagues at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) participated in an informal exchange that saw students from both faculties visiting Toronto- and Boston-area schools for a week in January and in February...
OISE launches YouTube channel, reports gains in web and social media traffic
In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views, or almost 140 views for every person on earth (Google Inc., 2012). On April 4, 2012, OISE launched OISEtube - OISE's official YouTube channel and video sharing website, a multilingual social media channel featuring OISE faculty, students, staff, alumni and friends...
Celebrating the breadth and rigour of research and knowledge creation at OISE
More than 250 people gathered for a special celebration of research at the 10th anniversary of OISE's Research Celebration, a Graduate Student Open House and a pre-event on Aboriginal Education Research...
OISE conference promotes graduate student engagement and inquiry
During the course of two days on March 22 and 23, more than 230 OISE faculty, students, staff and community members attended Engaged Inquiries, the 12th Annual Dean's Graduate Student Research Conference at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto...
OISE signs historic agreement on teacher education with Shanghai Normal University
The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE), entered into a historic partnership with Shanghai Normal University (SHNU) on March 20 with the signing of an agreement that will provide significant benefits to both institutions. The memorandum of agreement was signed by Professor Minxuan Zhang, President of SHNU, and OISE Dean Julia O'Sullivan...
Full-day Kindergarten students fare better in social, academic, physical activities: Peel study
Full-day learning benefits staff, children and families, according to findings of a 1-year longitudinal research study led by Janette Pelletier, Director of the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto...
OISE lecture celebrates renowned developmental psychologist
More than 400 family, friends, and former colleagues of Professor Robbie Case (1945-2000) gathered on March 8 to pay tribute to the world-renowned developmental psychologist at the Robbie Case Memorial Lecture, delivered by another world-renowned developmental psychologist, Professor Paul Harris of Harvard University...
How can postsecondary institutions help students succeed?
Ontario is in currently in the midst of unprecedented growth in postsecondary education, with more students than ever pursuing college and university opportunities. Tricia Seifert believes the value of gaining a postsecondary education today lies in fostering the crucial abilities of critical thinking...
New OISE departmental structure approved by Governing Council
On Thursday, February 16, 2012, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE) marked a major milestone in its history...
Queensland professor talks about his career findings in social justice and school reform
On a recent trip to Canada, Dr. Allan Luke of Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, gave a retrospective lecture at OISE on educational research, social justice and school reform...
Stephen J. Lye, Marla B. Sokolowski to lead U of T's Institute for Human Development
Professor Stephen J. Lye will serve as inaugural Executive Director and Professor Marla B. Sokolowski as inaugural Academic Director of the University of Toronto's new Institute for Human Development...
Chilean principals go beyond borders of educational leadership
Throughout the month of January, OISE Continuing Education presented a three-week long intensive Education Leadership Internship Program to 62 principals from Chile...
Improving quality, equity and achievement in mathematics teaching and learning
Indigo Esmonde's award-winning research on understanding equity and diversity issues in mathematics education earned her latest project funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation...
Normand Labrie appointed scientific director, Fonds de recherche du Québec, Société et culture
Normand Labrie, OISE professor and associate dean of research, has been appointed Scientific Director by the Council of Ministers of the Research Fund of Quebec - Society and Culture, effective May 1, 2012...
Report provides new framework for literacy in teacher education
Every teacher must be prepared to teach reading and writing well from the first day on the job, say OISE researchers, and others in a new landmark report...
Year 4 Concurrent Program teacher candidates begin professional semester
Earlier this month, more than 140 Concurrent teacher candidates arrived at OISE from the six undergraduate partner units involved in the Concurrent Teacher Education Program...
OISE professor uses math as a tool to understand the world
Indigo Esmonde is finding ways to bring social justice issues into the classroom by demonstrating their effectiveness as entry-ways into mathematical discussions...
YouTube channels OISE professor's research to promote literacy
Dale Willows' latest research project has translated into a successful foray into social media. The Balanced Literacy Diet on YouTube presents literacy concepts using the familiar terminology of a healthy diet...
Conference prepares teacher candidates for profession
More than 1000 teacher candidates from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE) gathered for an informative and inspiring conference on entering their careers...
Urban schooling expert Kathleen Gallagher on keeping schools safe
OISE's urban schooling expert and Canada Research Chair Kathleen Gallagher gave the inaugural lecture to kick off the Society and Security Series, organized by Shahrzad Mojab...
OISE, TCDSB partner in teacher symposium on aboriginal education
OISE welcomed more than 100 teachers and administrators from the Toronto Catholic District School Board for a symposium on issues facing First Nations, Métis, and Inuit last week...
New OISE lounge provides stunning views of campus, city
On November 24, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto welcomed faculty, staff and students to the official opening of the new Community Lounge on the 12th floor...
OISE appoints special advisor to the Dean on equity, accessibility
OISE announced the appointment of Rinaldo Walcott, associate professor and Chair of the department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education as OISE's first Special Advisor to the Dean on Equity and Accessibility today...
World loses J. Fraser Mustard: leading scholar, champion of early childhood development
Dr. J. Fraser Mustard, one of the world's leading scientists died November 16. Friends are invited to gather for a celebration of Fraser's life in the Great Hall, Hart House at U of T Friday, November 25 at 1 p.m...
Dame Nita lecturer calls for action, accountability in human rights
The 2011 Dame Nita Barrow Distinguished Visitor, Shanthi Dairiam, delivered a thought-provoking and inspiring lecture on Women's Human Rights to an overflow audience at the Ignatieff Theatre, November 10...
OISE celebrates the achievements of 324 new graduates
On November 9, 2011, 324 graduates of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto received degrees at Convocation ceremonies at the University's historic Convocation Hall...
Initial Teacher Education Info night a hit with prospective teachers
The OISE auditorium was packed with 400 excited prospective teacher candidates, eager to learn everything there is to know about becoming a teacher at OISE's Teacher Education Information Night on November 2...
Master's students earn William Waters Urban Education scholarships
Congratulations to four OISE Master's students who have received 2011-2012 William Waters Scholarships in Urban Education: Julia Hainer-Violand, Jozef Konyari (left), Ambeika Sukhram, and Melanie Willson...
Career networking event popular with OISE students
Cathy Cui and Miranda Zeng were among close to 100 students from OISE who participated in an interactive panel with OISE faculty and alumni to discuss career and networking strategies this week...
IEN lecture explores decolonizing, indigenizing teacher education
OISE's Indigenous Education Network (IEN) held its first Fall 2011 Guest Lecture on October 25, featuring OISE alumna Susan Dion speaking on complexities of decolonizing, indigenizing teacher education...
Society of Research Administrators Int'l honours OISE staff
Two staff of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto, Lara Cartmale and Denise Makovac-Badali were honoured by the Society of Research Administrators International...
U of T's Open Access Week kicks off: values increased exchange
The University of Toronto and post-secondary institutions across the world celebrate Open Access Week this week. Now in its fifth year, Open Access Week features many great events across university campuses...
OISE welcomes sleek new Tech Lounge at grand opening
The OISE community has a great new place to go to get the latest in technology and services for research, teaching and learning, or just to relax...
Prime Ministerial awards for OISE teachers making a difference
OISE congratulates six special OISE alumni who joined the ranks of an elite group of Canadian teachers in being chosen to receive Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence, on World Teachers' Day...
Educators collaborate on practice, action for full-day learning
OISE Continuing Education organized and hosted an early years symposium on October 5, Collaborative Practice and Action, attended by more than 200 educators from all over Ontario...
OISE tops Corporate Knights rankings for Teacher Ed programs
OISE has been ranked Canada's top school for teacher education, according to Corporate Knights magazine, which unveiled its eighth-annual Knights Schools ranking yesterday...
Educators teach, learn about peace, social justice at OISE
More than 150 teachers, educators, and students gathered together on Saturday, September 24, for the Educating for Peace and Justice: Action for Safe and Equitable Classrooms, Schools and Communities...
President Naylor honours U of T staff for excellence, innovation
Close to 150 staff members from 19 divisions across the University of Toronto gathered at a reception at U of T President David Naylor's home on September 20 to receive 2011 Excellence through Innovation Awards...
U of T's CIO names OISE's Laurie Harrison to lead online learning
Laurie Harrison, the director of Information Technology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto will be U of T's new director of Online Learning Strategies...
OISE's Kathleen Gallagher, author Anne-Marie MacDonald lecture
Literature, Theatre, and Performance: A Conversation with Ann-Marie MacDonald and Kathleen Gallagher is the topic of tomorrow's public lecture at McMaster University...
OISE alumna Sylvia McPhee receives 2011 Arbor Award honours
Congratulations to all 2011 Arbor Award recipients, including Sylvia McPhee (M.Ed., 1978), whose outstanding volunteer contributions to the OISE Alumni Association...
OISE alumna Ruowen Wang wins again, says CCTV
Recently, accomplished author and OISE alumna Ruowen Wang (B.Ed., 1988) was featured on Chinese Central Television (CCTV) about her life and her award winning books...
OISE appoints special advisor to the dean on aboriginal education
Suzanne L. Stewart is an assistant professor in the department of Adult Education and Counselling Psychology and a member of the Yellowknife Dene First Nation. In her new role, she will bring together...
OISE appoints two new academic directors: teacher ed and graduate
Kathy Broad and John P. Portelli to serve as Academic Directors: ITE and Graduate of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education respectively, announced OISE Dean Julia O'Sullivan today...
CBC News: The National features four OISE teachers
Over the next four days CBC's The National airs a documentary series,The Real Lives of Canadian Teachers, that focuses the camera lens on the complex experiences of excellent teachers, featuring four OISE alumni...
OISE hosts e-learning technology leaders, experts
A first for U of T: twenty-four members of the Ontario University Council on eLearning (OUCEL) convened at OISE recently for their annual meeting. OISE's director of information technology, Laurie Harrison, acted as host...
OISE students engage in educational dialogue and studies overseas
The first two weeks of July saw 14 OISE graduate students explore different conceptions of interculturalism and democracy at the University of Verona, Italy, in a course developed by John Portelli...
Spare the rod and develop the child
Study by OISE's Kang Lee and researchers from McGill University and the University of Minnesota suggests non-corporal discipline aids children's executive-functioning ability...
Jeanne Watson, Ruth Childs to lead associate dean portfolios at OISE
Two leading scholars and administrators - Jeanne Watson and Ruth Childs - have been appointed to new associate decanal portfolios established at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto...
Institute explores disability studies for scholarship and life
50 academics will examine the emerging status of disability studies at the University of Toronto and Ontario as OISE plays host to the Disability Studies Summer Institute-Why Disability Studies? this week...
3,000 teachers head back to school at OISE this summer
3,000 teachers are heading back to OISE this summer for Additional Qualifications courses so they can earn qualifications to teach in other subject areas and advance their teaching skills...
OISE gains VOR status to provide French-lang. consulting services
Agreement between OISE, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities will apply OISE's significant expertise to enhance French-language services in Ontario.
OISE launches new book on inclusive curriculum research, practice
Earlier this week, OISE's Initial Teacher Education program launched Inquiry into Practice: Reaching Every Student Through Inclusive Curriculum, a book of diverse perspectives on equity and inclusion in schools...
Azim Premji Foundation Fellowship awarded at OISE
Neville Panthaki is the recipient of the Azim Premji Fellowship for 2011-12, announced on the occasion of the Azim Premji Foundation's fourth visit to OISE, June 13-21...
New leadership program focuses on equity in diverse urban contexts
Leading for Equity, a new program for Aboriginal, black and global majority educators aspiring to leadership positions in the GTA, was designed by researchers at the Centre for Leadership and Diversity...
IALEI to make key recommendations in Knowledge Mobilization
Yesterday marked the conclusion of the annual meeting and conference of IALEI, the International Alliance of Leading Education Institutes hosted by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto...
Concordia U. releases governance report: Glen A. Jones expert
Concordia University released the report of its External Governance Review Committee today. The committee was chaired by Bernard Shapiro, and includes Andre C. Cote and OISE's Glen A. Jones...
OISE Master's student Touraj Amiri wins poster award from CPA
Touraj Amiri's poster presentation entitled: The role of personality and emotion regulation on psychological health in trauma survivors, wins at the Canadian Psychological Association's Conference earlier this month...
World's leading education institutes to collaborate at OISE this week
IAELI's addresses important educational themes, provides leadership for educational development, inspires new research, and makes policy recommendations. OISE Dean Julia O'Sullivan is the current IAELI Chair...
Norwegian leaders in education improvement learn at OISE this week
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) seminar for Norwegian leaders in education improvement concludes a successful few days of learning and collaboration at OISE today...
OISE's Normand Labrie appointed to MTCU expert panel
Normand Labrie, the associate dean of Research and a professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the will serve on an MTCU expert panel for post-secondary French language issues...
OISE hosts 6th Critical Multicultural Counselling & Psychotherapy Conference
Suman Fernando received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the conference, where more than 60 presenters from around the world represent diverse disciplines including medicine, psychotherapy, psychiatry, social work, and sociology...
Early learning champion Charles Pascal receives 2 honorary degrees
On Wednesday, June 8, Charles Pascal will receive the honorary degree, Doctor of Education, from Nipissing University, and on June 20 he will receive an honorary degree from the University of Guelph-Humber...
Outstanding thesis: a "brilliant intervention for supporting students"
Ruth Anne Beatty, a doctoral student in the Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology, wins the Oustanding Thesis of the Year award at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education...
OISE, partners to receive $1 million over 5 years for early learning
Early this week OISE co-hosted the 8th Annual Summer Institute on Early Childhood Development. One hundred and twenty administrators, policy-makers, agencies, researchers, and educators attended...
Njoki Wane: U of T's 1st Special Advisor on Status of Women Issues
As U of T's Special Advisor on Status of Women Issues, OISE's Njoki Wane will focus primarily upon research and policy development that will benefit women faculty, staff and students at the University...
OISE alumni head back to school for Spring Reunion 2011
On Saturday, May 28, the OISE Alumni Association welcomed its alumni back to school for its annual Spring Reunion Brunch. Former OISEAA President Ed Thompson joined current President Sema Kenan...
OISE's Mia Quint-Rapoport receives George L. Geis thesis award
Mia Quint-Rapoport, a recent graduate of the doctoral program in higher education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, receives the George L. Geis Dissertation Award today...
OISE's Glen A. Jones to receive CSSHE Distinguished Member Award
The Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education will honour OISE's Glen A. Jones with the 2011 Distinguished Member Award in Fredericton tomorrow. Glen joins just twenty-four other scholars...
Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study opens doors this weekend
The Leighton G. McCarthy House, site of the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study is one of six U of T buildings to participate in the City of Toronto's Doors Open event this weekend...
Amy Lobo wins OISE's Dr. Claire Alleyne Staff Excellence Award
Amy Lobo, the Employment Counsellor/Co-Curricular Programming in the Teacher Employment Preparation Centre, Student Services, is the winner of the 2011 Dr. Claire Alleyne Staff Excellence Award...
Unique collaboration in education: OISE and Orthodox Jewish Community
The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto recently recognized 28 members from the Greater Toronto Area's Orthodox Jewish Community as part of a unique and rare collaboration...
Three OISE faculty receive U of T's Connaught New Researcher Awards
Tricia Seifert (left) from the department of Theory and Policy Studies in Education, and Enrica Piccardo and Robert Simon both from the department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning will receive funding...
Remembering Wallace McCain: a champion for early childhood education
The University of Toronto mourns the loss of Wallace McCain-an icon of international business, a devoted family man and a philanthropist who transformed higher education, health care and the arts...
Celebrating 85 years of early child development and education
May 14th was a very special evening as graduates, students, families, faculty, staff and friends celebrated 85 years of early child development and education at the Dr Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study...
OISE's Jane Gaskell honoured as champion of public education: TLP
Former OISE Dean Jane Gaskell was named a champion of public education and inducted into The Learning Partnership's Hall of Fame at a gala tribute dinner this week...
OISE's Lab School launches new book: Suzuki, Burtynsky weigh in
Last night, more than 300 people gathered to celebrate the launch of Natural Curiosity, a new environmental education resource published by The Laboratory School at the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study...
OISE grad Peter Menzies, CAMH aboriginal clinic head, wins award
Dr. Peter Menzies, clinic head of Aboriginal Services at CAMH, received an Award of Excellence from the Kaiser Foundation for his contributions to the treatment of mental health and addictions in the Aboriginal community...
Kang Lee receives OISE's first U of T Distinguished Professor Award
Kang Lee, a professor in the department of Human Development and Applied Psychology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), joins five others as a Distinguished Professor at the University of Toronto...
Four OISE faculty honoured with teaching excellence awards
Four outstanding faculty will receive the highest honour for teaching excellence at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at U of T: Shari Burnard Ostrom, Bonnie Burstow, Usha James (left), and Carolyn Wilson...
Conference to honour the work of OISE's Ruth Hayhoe this Friday
A conference to honour Ruth Hayhoe's lifelong focus on higher education in China, exploration of cultural influence on higher education and contributions to comparative education will follow the 55th Annual CIES Conference...
Four OISE teachers receive Premier's honours
Premier's Teaching Excellence Award recipients Carmelina Martin, Dagney Gardiner, Paul Alcamo and Lori Anne Kado all possess valuable qualites of inspirational leadership to guide and support youth...
OISE celebrates grand re-opening of Library Mezzanine today
The OISE community will benefit from new group study spaces, spaces for collaborative work, counter seating, and renovations to existing spaces to ensure that they are modern and functional...
Education Week celebrates champions of change
School boards and schools across the province will celebrate Education Week May 2-6. Education Week is an annual event designed to celebrate achievement and excellence in school communities...
OISE B.Ed. student receives PDK scholarship for excellence
Initial Teacher Education candidate Linda Ristevski has been teaching others since she was in kindergarten, a dedication that has earned her a prestigious scholarship from Phi Delta Kappa...
OISE, TDSB celebrate linguistic diversity today, tomorrow
More than 1000 teachers, guidance staff, teacher-librarians, special education staff, curriculum leaders, administrators, scholars, and members of Faculties of Education will gather to address issues of linguistic diversity...
OISE launches e-newsletter to 20,000 alumni worldwide
OISE's first electronic newsletter arrived in more than 20,000 in-boxes worldwide today, as far away as Hong Kong and as close as St. George Street...
Team OISE repeats win in Harry's Spring Run-Off
PhD candidate James Corcoron (left) was one of more than twenty faculty, staff and students who raced to help raise more than $350,000 for prostate cancer research at Princess Margaret Hospital...
OISE PhD student Gary Pluim wins two prestigious U of T awards
The University of Toronto recognized three PhD students as University of Toronto Alumni Association (UTAA) Graduate Scholars. They were also finalists for the Adel S. Sedra Award...
OISE grad's thesis on minority education wins competition
Stephen A. Bahry is a recent graduate (Ed.D.) of the department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at OISE and teaches full-time in the School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto...
Book calls unearned educational advantage fundamentally unjust
OISE researcher Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez launches new book and warns against dangers of elite educational status...
CUS event emphasizes the importance of aboriginal education for all
The Centre for Urban Schooling and the Toronto District School Board's Aboriginal Education Centre partner in special forum on equity and social justice in education...
OISE students, alumni raise $4,500 for Japan earthquake and tsunami relief
Speakers from the Japanese Consulate, the Canadian Red Cross congratulate student-led success...
Video contest goes global with 23,000 views: winners announced
The people have spoken: The "I am an OISE Teacher" video contest goes global with 23,000 views. The winners of the latest round of competition are: Alexander Hang for Make A Stand (see video right)...
More than 100 OISE faculty and students gather at 2011 AERA
More than 100 OISE faculty and students will gather at the 2011 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in New Orleans. The conference theme "Inciting the Social Imagination...
4 OISE students receive Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards
Congratulations to four outstanding OISE students who received 2011 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards: Julia D'Ippolito, Jagjeet Gill, Judith Miller, and Shelley Murphy. These students make rich contributions to student life...
OISE students among honorees at U of T Accessibility Awards
OISE PhD candidates Shelley Murphy (left) and Sara Carpenter were recognized for work in providing barrier-free access to education at the 2011 Accessibility Awards. OISE professor Tanya Titchkosky gave the keynote...
OISE faculty double SSHRC standard research grant funding this year
23 OISE faculty have just been awarded SSHRC Standard Research Grants. This will result in $2.6 million in funding to OISE over the next three years, almost double the total dollar amount from last year...
OISE community celebrates research excellence
Dean Julia O'Sullivan and Normand Labrie, Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies welcomed close to 500 people to an annual celebration of OISE research...
Congratulations to OISE's promoted faculty members
OISE is thrilled to give congratulations to our promoted faculty members who represent the best and the brightest in their fields of teaching and research...
School leadership in a changing world
44 school principals from Jiangsu, China complete Continuing Education's advanced leadership program...
Glen Jones named to External Committee to Review Governance at Concordia University
OISE professor Glen Jones has been named to an External Governance Review Committee created by Concordia University to address questions of governance. Glen is Associate Dean Academic and Ontario Research Chair on Postsecondary Education Policy and Measurement at OISE.
Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez to receive AERA Early Career Scholars Award
The AERA Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies SIG Award Committee has annouced that OISE professor Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez has been selected for the 2011 award
OISE grad student went to extraordinary lengths to carry out research
Research shows United Nations-sponsored instruction for deaf children in Kenya provides essential skills, new hope for the future
"I am an OISE Teacher" Video Contest Awards Ceremony
Video contest to continue with people's choice awards. Voting is now open and will close on April 7 at 5:00pm
Ministry of Education Announces Knowledge Network Partnership with U of T and U of Western Ontario to Better Support Ontario's Students and Teachers
Network will play an important role in improving education policy and practice through the development of research that supports effective methods of teaching
Ontario post-secondary students with disabilities face unique challenges
Study conducted by OISE professor, Tony Chambers, suggests college and university students with disabilities face significant financial burdens and a number of barriers that can strain their ability to successfully complete their education
OISE to offer a Master of Education cohort for UAE faculty
Cohort focused on quality teaching designed to strengthen faculty who teach in the Higher Colleges of Technology
Ontario needs to mentor teachers
Research report supports need for mentoring program for new teachers
Globe and Mail collaborates with OISE on Kindergarten feature
OISE gradiate student, Kadria Simons, captures the experience of four young students in Kindergarten through photography, finger-puppet interviews and drawings
Canada's first education study of Spanish-speaking high school students' experience
A report released by OISE professor, Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez,
provides students' perspective to better understand why Spanish-speaking students choose to leave or stay in Toronto schools
Jackman Humanities Institute's newest member
OISE is a new member of the prestigious Jackman Humanities Institute, a collaborative scholarly community that serves as a portal for humanities at UofT
Review will address emerging challenges in education
Nova Scotia's Education Minister announced that OISE professor, Ben Levin, will conduct a two-month review to provide advice to help the department and school boards improve the learning experience and outcomes for students
Cutting-edge professional preparation conference had something for everyone
OISE hosted Employment Preparation Conference and Job Fair, December 15 to 17, 2010
OISE's administrative offices will be closed from Wednesday December 22, 2010 - January 2, 2011 inclusive. For information about building, library and other service closures click on the "Holiday Closures" link above
Azim Premji Foundation visits OISE
Foundation's third visit to OISE strengthens professional and academic collaboration
Canada's Governor General and Ontario Lieutenant Governor visit the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study's Integrated Kindergarten program at Bloorview School
The program, which mixes able-bodied children with children with disabilities, promotes inclusion and self advocacy skills for children
Dr. Eric Jackman donates $5M to U of T Institute of Child Study
Gift is largest ever in Canada to the study of early child development and education
Three CRC renewals for OISE faculty
Congratulations to OISE professors Charles Chen, Kathleen Gallagher and Jim Slotta on the renewal of their Canada Research Chairs
OISE's John Wallace named Routledge Education Author of the Month
Professor John Wallace has published over 180 books and monographs, book chapters and refereed journal articles, including several handbook chapters
OISE alumna earns Governor General's medal for teaching history
OISE alumna Diane Vautour, (B.Ed. 2002), has been selected by Canada's History Society to receive a Governor General's Award for Excellence in Teaching Canadian History.
Rewarding higher marks with money doesn't make the grade
Offering cold, hard cash to students in an effort to improve their marks in college or university may be more expensive than it is effective
OISE Faculty Council to host Town Hall
Are you open-minded about open access? What would an open access mandate mean to you? This Faculty Council hosted Town Hall will discuss broad open access issues, as well as the implications of a faculty mandate supporting open access
U of T receives research grant to study innovative teaching programs
The research will be carried out over a two-year period by a team from the Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation led by OISE Professor Carol Rolheiser, the director
DIY citizenship conference: Critical making and social media
OISE's Megan Boler and the department of Theory Policy Studies has teamed up with the Munk School of Global Affairs' Centre for the study of the United States to support this three-day conference about new modes of citizenship and political activity
Education reform: Where next?
Public policy forum and public lecture by professor Geoff Whitty, director, Institute of Education, University of London, November 10 and 11
Dean's drop in
Join Dean Julia O'Sullivan tomorrow, Friday Nov. 5 at 9:30 a.m., in the Student Services and SUPO Office on the 8th floor.
322 OISE students will convocate this fall
OISE's Fall Convocation ceremony will be held on Monday November 8
Apres vous: Ethics, pedagogy, memory and justice
A symposium honouring the scholarship of professor Roger Simon, Nov. 12 -14
10 questions with OISE's Dean, Julia O'Sullivan
Dean O'Sullivan speaks to the U of T Bulletin
U of T's Open Access Week looks towards future of scholarship
Research must be available and easy to find, says final speaker, Stain Haklev, OISE PhD student
First symposium on francophones' access to postsecondary education in Ontario
On Friday Oct. 22, OISE hosted a one-day symposium, attended by 150 participants, including researchers, educators, professionals and students from the province and beyond
U of T one of Canada's Top 100 employers
One of four post-secondary institutions named
Hear what the granting agencies have to say
OISE Library will be hosting two events during this year's University of Toronto Libraries' Open Access Week which kicks off on Oct. 18
Graduate Studies Information Sessions
This is an opportunity for new applicants to meet the faculty, ask questions and explore our graduate programs
The future of French-language education in North America
Monica Heller, OISE professor, speaks to largest Francophone student newspaper outside Quebec
NSF awards $1.2M to Promoting 21st Century Science research
OISE professor Jim Slotta is co-investigator on grant
When U of T speaks, the world pays attention
Kang Lee's research on lying by children and parents and the "golden ratios" of facial beauty made headlines around the world. In this Bulletin special on media coverage of U of T faculty experts, Kang provides media advice to faculty
A year in Mumbai
Normand Labrie coped with sweltering heat and noisy classrooms to bring Canadian teaching techniques to India's largest city
Professor Jim Cummins receives University of Alberta Alumni Honour Award
Award recognizes contribution to studies of language education
600 teacher educators to promote educating for peace and justice in schools this weekend
Leading academics and education experts will seek to enable participants to share, learn, and test ideas, strategies, and best practices related to actively building safe and equitable classrooms, schools and communities
OISE alumni and friends receive Arbor Award honours for volunteer service
Congratulations to our 2010 Arbor Award recipients: Rose Dyson, Rosemary Evans, Cary Greenberg and Anne Tough, whose contributions enrich OISE in countless ways
U of T leads Canadian universities in international rankings
The 2010 Times Higher Education Rankings rated U of T 17th overall in the world, while the Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council of Taiwan ranked U of T 9th overall
Royal Society of Canada honours OISE professor
Shahrzad Mojab (AECP) will receive the Award in Gender Studies for her significant contributions to the understanding of gender issues
OISE thinks pink! Join Team OISE to Run/Walk for the Cure October 3
In 2008, several OISE staff, faculty and students entered a team in the Run/Walk for the Cure. These twenty OISE-ites banded together to support a colleague with breast cancer, and had a terrific morning, raising money, spirits and hopes
Faculty experts busy fielding questions from media for back-to-school stories
OISE faculty experts have been 'staying after class' over the past couple of weeks in the countdown to the new school year
Four faculty members promoted to full professor
Dean Julia O'Sullivan announced yesterday the promotion of four OISE faculty from three departments to the rank of full professor
Better principals beget better students: Study
Professors Kenneth Leithwood, Stephen Anderson and Blair Mascall released a study that has broad implications for understanding how leadership affects learning across the United States...
UPDATE: Police record check info for 2010-11 teacher candidates
All schools require teacher candidates to present a satisfactory police reference check before entering the classroom. If you are an OISE teacher candidate for 2010-11, be sure to read this update...
In the News: How Old Spice campaign changed social media
OISE researcher Mark Federman comments on the impact of the new Old Spice campaign...Toronto Star...KW Record
Atkinson Chair appointment announced
Professor Jennifer Jenkins is the Atkinson Charitable Foundation Chair in Early Child Development and Education...
Message from OISE's new dean
Professor Julia O'Sullivan begins her term as dean of OISE starting July 1...
Former dean of OISE expresses gratitude
As Professor Jane Gaskell’s term as dean comes to an end on June 30, she reflects upon the past seven years...
OISE professor’s play premieres in Toronto
Playwright and Professor Tara Goldstein’s play Harriet's House makes its Canadian debut at the University of Toronto Hart House Theatre in three performances starting July 2, 2010...
Prestigious NIH grant to advance facial recognition research
Professor Kang Lee, director of OISE's Institute of Child Study, and his research team receive $1.84M grant...
OISE alumna receives Canada’s highest nursing honour
Gail Donner (PhD, 1986) accepted Canadian nursing’s highest honour, the Jeanne Mance Award from the Canadian Nurses Association...
Congratulations to OISE Graduates
OISE's newest alumni are set to graduate this month in three ceremonies starting June 3...
Strong OISE Contingent Attends AERA
One hundred OISE scholars are participating in this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference...
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