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Please see below for the complete List of approved CIDE Courses. 

Note: Please refer to the RO Timetable to see when courses are being offered.

Comparative, International and Development Education

Comparative, International and Development Education: Introduction

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)

Participating Degree Programs

Adult Education and Community Development—MA, MEd, PhD
Curriculum and Pedagogy—MA, MEd, PhD
Educational Leadership and Policy—MA, MEd, EdD, PhD
Higher Education—MA, MEd, EdD, PhD
Language and Literacies Education—MA, MEd, PhD
Social Justice Education—MA, MEd, EdD, PhD

Overview

Comparative, International and Development Education (CIDE) is one of the world's largest, most diverse and dynamic graduate specializations in the field of comparative education. Research interests span an exciting range of theoretical and practical issues, from the study of ethnicity and identity to the issues of globalization and global governance, from non-formal learning and citizenship education to concrete problems of educational reform, social equality, language education, conflict resolution, and community development. These issues are approached from a range of theoretical and disciplinary frames including: economic, political, sociological, historical, and philosophical approaches taught alongside vibrant interpretations of feminist, critical, post-structuralist, and cultural theories.

The broad and diverse scope of the CIDE graduate specialization will appeal to both Canadian and international students interested in applying a comparative and international lens in their professional and scholarly work at home or abroad.

CIDE students can take courses in multiple fields within education, political science, feminist studies, sociology, and geography. The CIDE collaborative specialization is linked with events and programming at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto.

Upon successful completion of the degree requirements of the participating home graduate unit and the collaborative specialization, students receive the notation “Completed Collaborative Specialization in Comparative, International and Development Education" on their transcript and parchment.

Comparative, International and Development Education: Courses

Not all courses are offered each year. Visit the Comparative, International, and Development Education (CIDE) website for current course offerings.

Core Courses

Comparative Education

CIE 1001H

Introduction to Comparative, International, and Development Education

CIE 1002H

Practicum for Comparative, International, and Development Education

CIE 1006H

Transnational Perspectives on Democracy, Human Rights, and Democratic Education in an Era of Globalization

CIE 6000H

Special Topics in Comparative, International, and Development Education


Curriculum, Teaching and Learning

Special topics courses offered by this department can be taken as part of the program requirements of this collaborative specialization, if the instructor is CIDE participating faculty and has had their syllabus accepted by CIDE. Students should refer to the CIDE annual course listing for the details, which are subject to change.

CTL 1037H

Teacher Development: Cross-Cultural and Cross-Cultural Perspectives

CTL 1060H

Education and Social Development

CTL 1312H

Democratic Citizenship Education

CTL 1319H

Religious Education: Comparative and International Perspectives

CTL 1330H

Education and Peacebuilding in Conflict Zones: International Comparative Perspectives

CTL 1864H

Methodologies for Comparing Educational Systems

CTL 3015H

Seminar in Second-Language Literacy Education

CTL 5041H

Special Topics in Curriculum: Educational Research and Knowledge Production in Comparative, International and Development Contexts: Issues and Opportunities- Master’s Level

Leadership, Higher and Adult Education

Special topics courses offered by this department can be taken as part of the program requirements of this collaborative specialization, if the instructor is CIDE participating faculty and has had their syllabus accepted by CIDE. Students should refer to the CIDE annual course listing for the details.

LHA 1016H

School Program Development and Implementation

LHA 1065H

Educational Equity and Excellence in International Comparison

LHA 1066H

Comparative and International Perspectives on Gender Education Policy and Practice (exclusion: CIE 6000H)

LHA 1146H

Women, War, and Learning

LHA 1806H

Systems of Higher Education

LHA 1807H

Strategic and Long-Range Planning for Postsecondary Systems

LHA 1825H

Comparative Education: Theory and Methodology

LHA 1826H

Comparative Higher Education

LHA 1846H

​Internationalization of Higher Education in a Comparative Perspective

LHA 3104H

Adult Education and Marxism

LHA 3180H

Global Governance and Educational Change: The Politics of International Cooperation in Education

LHA 3182H

Citizenship Learning and Participatory Democracy

LHA 3810H

International Academic Relations

LHA 5006H

Special Topics in Educational Leadership and Policy: Comparative Politics of Educational Policy- Master’s Level


Social Justice Education

SJE 1924H

Modernization, Development, and Education in African Contexts

SJE 1927H

Migration and Globalization

SJE 1976H

Critical Media Literacy Education

SJE 3911H

Cultural Knowledges, Representation, and Colonial Education

Elective Courses

Special topics courses, offered by the following departments and taught by CIDE participating faculty members in the area of this collaborative specialization, can be taken as part of the 1.0 full-course equivalent (FCE) requirement of additional core or elective graduate courses in any current year. Students should refer to the CIDE annual course listing.

The list of CIDE elective courses may change. Visit the Comparative, International, and Development Education (CIDE) website for current course offerings.

Curriculum, Teaching and Learning 

CTL 1031H

Language, Culture, and Identity: Using the Literary Text in Teacher Development

CTL 1033H

Multicultural Perspectives in Teacher Development: Reflective Practicum

CTL 1063H

Pedagogies of Solidarity

CTL 1221H

Education for Human Goals Local and Global: How’s Science Education Helping?

CTL 1307H

Identity Construction and Education of Minorities

CTL 1318H

Teaching Conflict and Conflict Resolution

CTL 1320H

Introduction to Aboriginal Land-Centered Education: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

CTL 1321H

Aboriginal Civilization: Language, Culture, and Identity

   

CTL 1405H

The Origins of Modern Schooling I: Problems in Education Before the Industrial Revolution

CTL 1406H

The Origins of Modern Schooling: Issues in the Development of the North American Educational System

CTL 1430H

Gendered Colonialisms, Imperialisms, and Nationalisms in History

CTL 1816H

Minority Education and Inclusion: Policies in Practices

CTL 1819H

Multicultural Literature in the Schools: Critical Perspectives and Practices

CTL 3000H

Foundations of Bilingual and Multicultural Education

CTL 3007H

Discourse Analysis/Séminaire sur le langage et la communication

CTL 3008H

Critical Pedagogy, Language, and Cultural Diversity

CTL 3011H

Cognitive Sociolinguistic and Sociopolitical Orientations in Bilingual Education Research

CTL 3015H

Seminar in Second-Language Literacy Education

CTL 3018H

Language Planning and Policy/Politique et aménagement linguistique

CTL 3024H

Second Language Teacher Education

CTL 3025H

Educational Sociolinguistics

CTL 3026H

Pragmatics in Language Education

CTL 3031H

Children's Literature Within a Multicultural Context

CTL 3805H

Multilingualism and Pluralism

CTL 5050H

Decolonial and Antiracist Approaches to Environmental Education

CTL 5310H

The Education of Students of Refugee Background in Canada and Beyond

Leadership, Higher and Adult Education

LHA 1027H

The Search for Educational Quality and Excellence in a Global Economy

LHA 1029H

Special Applications of the Administrative Process

LHA 1047H

Managing Changes in Classroom Practice

LHA 1102H

Community Development: Innovative Models

LHA 1115H

Learning for the Global Economy

LHA 1142H

Young Adulthood in Crisis: Learning, Transitions, and Activism

LHA 1145H

Participatory Research in the Community and the Workplace

LHA 1147H

Women, Migration, and Work

LHA 1180H

Indigenous Worldviews: Implications for Education

LHA 1181H

Embodied Learning and Alternative Approaches to Community Wellness

LHA 1184H

Aboriginal Knowledge: Implications for Education

LHA 1190H

Community Healing and Peacebuilding

LHA 1196H

Walking Together, Talking Together: The Praxis of Reconciliation

LHA 1803H

Recurring Issues in Postsecondary Education

LHA 2006H

Educational Finance and Economics (exclusion: students who have taken LHA 1017H or LHA 1841H are not eligible to take LHA 2006H)

LHA 3041H

Administrative Theory and Educational Problems II: Doctoral Seminar on Policy Issues in Education

   

LHA 3055H

Democratic Values, Student Engagement, and Democratic Leadership

LHA 3103H

Teaching about Global and Social Issues

LHA 3119H

Global Perspectives on Feminist Education, Community Development, and Community Transformation

LHA 3132H

Special Topics in Women in Development and Community Transformation

LHA 3140H

Decolonization and Transformative Education

LHA 5801H

Special Topics in Higher Education: The International Dimension of Higher Education Institutions Policy and Practices- Master’s Level

LHA 5806H

Special Topics in Higher Education: Politics of Higher Education- Master’s Level

LHA 5807H

Special Topics in Higher Education: Globalization, Lifelong Learning, Professional and Vocational Education- Master’s Level

LHA 6001H

Special Topics in Higher Education: Radical Approaches to Policy Studies- Doctoral Level

JOI 3048H

Intermediate Statistics in Educational Research: Multiple Regression Analysis (RM)

Social Justice Education

SJE 1438H

Democratic Approaches to Pedagogy

SJE 1447H

Technology in Education: Philosophical Issues

SJE 1912H

Foucault and Research in Education and Culture: Discourse, Power, and the Subject

SJE 1921Y

The Principles of Anti-Racism Education

SJE 1922H

Sociology of Race and Ethnicity

SJE 1925H

Indigenous Knowledge and Decolonization: Pedagogical Implications

SJE 1926H

Race, Space and Citizenship: Research Methods

SJE 1956H

Social Relations of Cultural Production in Education

SJE 3910H

Advanced Seminar on Race and Anti- Racism Research Methodology in Education

SJE 3912H

Race and Knowledge Production: Research Methods

SJE 3914H

Anti-Colonial Thought and Pedagogical Challenges

SJE 3915H

Franz Fanon and Education

SJE 3933H

Globalisation and Transnationality: Feminist Perspectives

SJE 5010H

Special Topics: Coloniality, Race, and Heteropatriarchy: Perspectives from Latin American Contexts

SJE 5019H

Special Topics: Narratives of Exile and Migration: Implications for Education

 


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