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  • Wednesday, February 4 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis 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, February 4 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis 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, February 4 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Monday, February 9 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    Queer Space Chat
    ... for queer teacher candidates and educators:
    Led by Shawna Carroll and Nicole West-Burns. Sponsored by the Centre for Urban Schooling.
    A supportive "free-space" to be with other Queer (LGBTI2SQ...) teacher candidates/educators to discuss issues that impact us.
    E-mail for location.
  • Wednesday, February 11 - 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.
  • Wednesday, February 11 - 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, February 11 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, February 18 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis 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, February 18 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis 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, February 18 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, February 25 - 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.
  • Wednesday, February 25 - 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, February 25 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, March 4 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis 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, March 4 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis 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, March 4 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, March 11 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis 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, March 11 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis 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, March 11 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, March 18 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis 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, March 18 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis 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, March 18 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, March 25 - 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.
  • Wednesday, March 25 - 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, March 25 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.

 

Intial Teacher Education Conferences & Workshops

Educating for Peace and Justice: Action for Safe & Equitable Classrooms, Schools & Communities

Spotlight on Media Literacy: Enhance Your Teaching Toolkit for 21st Century Learning

The 2014 Professional Preparation Conference will take place December 10th, 11th and 12th

Professional Preparation Conference 2014

PPC Advance Hiring and Contacts 2014

Teacher Employment Handbook 2014

 


Graduate Student Conferences

14th Annual Dean's Graduate Student Research Conference

Educating for Peace and Justice: Action for Safe & Equitable Classrooms, Schools and Communities

 

OISE Library and Education Commons Workshops

OISE Library
Education Commons

 

University of Toronto Family Care Office Workshops

University of Toronto Family Care Office Upcoming Events

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