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2019-2020 CURRENT Year Courses (This list is subject to change)

Programs/Departments by Course Code

CIE: Comparative, International and Development Education (CIDE); LHAE: Leadership, Higher and Adult Education (LHAE); CTL: Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL); SJE:  Social Justice Education (SJE); APD: Applied Psychology and Human Development (program not affiliated with CIDE)

Please note:  Please see course calendar for additional details, room numbers and confirmation of time and day. Credit for CIDE courses with multiple instructors will only be counted toward CIDE requirements if they are taught by CIDE participating faculty.

PLEASE NOTE: SOME COURSES HAVE NOT YET BEEN CONFIRMED AS CIDE ELECTIVES

†Special Topics Courses: Only the special topics course titles listed below can be counted toward the CIDEC program requirements in the current year.

For past course offerings please see archived course lists in sidebar.

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CORE COURSES

Course Code

Course Title

Course Instructor

Date and Time

CIE1001HF

Introduction to Comparative, International and Development Education

Niyozov

Fall: Mon 5:00-8:00 ONLINE

see calendar for details

CIE1001HS

Introduction to Comparative, International and Development Education

Mundy

Winter: Wed. 3:30-5:00 FLEX

see calendar for details

CIE1002H

Practicum in Comparative, International and Development Education

Read Guidelines; Practicum Form

Note: Based on a practicum course proposal form.

CTL1312HS

Democratic Citizenship Education

Bickmore

Winter: Tues. 5:00-8:00

CTL1319HF

Religious Education: Comparative and International Perspectives

Niyozov Fall: Thurs. 5:00-8:00
CLT5041HS

Educational Research and Knowledge Production in Comparative, International and Development Contexts: Issues and Opportunities

Niyozov Winter: Wed. 5:30-8:30
LHA1065HF

Educational Equity and Excellence in International Comparison

Chmielewski Fall: Thurs. 5:00-8:00
LHA1066H

Comparative and International Perspectives on Gender and Education Policy and Practice

Manion Summer 2 (July-August) :ONLINE
LHA1806HS

Systems of Higher Education

Buckner Winter: Mon. 5:00-8:00

LHA3180HS

Global Governance and Educational Change (pre-requisite is CIE1001)

Mundy

Winter: Tues. 2:00-5:00 pm

LHA3810HF

International Academic Relations

Hayhoe Fall: Tues. 1:00-4:00

LHA5005HF†

Comparative and International Education: Issues for Teachers

Manion

Fall: ONLINE

LHA5006HS

Comparative Politics of Educational Policy

Diaz Rios Winter: ONLINE

 ELECTIVE COURSES

Course Code

Course Title

Course Instructor

Date and Time

LHA1020H Teachers and Educational Change Bascia

Summer 1 (May/June)

Mon. & Wed. 5:00-8:00

LHA1041HS Educational Administration II: Social and Policy Contexts of Schooling Manion

Winter: ONLINE

see calendar for details

LHA1047HF

Managing Changes in Classroom Practice

Patten

Summer 1 (May/June) ONLINE

LHA1102HF

Community Development: Innovation Models

Ryan

Fall: Thurs. 5:30-7:00 ONLINE see calendar for details

LHA1115HS

Learning for the Global Economy

Mirchandani

Winter: Thurs. 5:30-8:30 

LHA1142HF

Young Adulthood in Crisis: Learning, Transitions and Activism

McCready

Fall: Tues. 5:30-8:30 

LHA1147HF

Women, Migration and Work

Mojab

Fall: Tues. 5:30-8:30

LHA1180HS Indigenous World Views: Implications for Learning Wemigwans Winter: Thurs. 5:30-8:30

LHA1184HF

 

Indigenous Knowledge: Implications for Education

Wemigwans

Fall: Wed. 5:30-8:30 

LHA1803HF

Recurring Issues in Postsecondary Education (Masters Level)

TBA

Fall: Mon 5:00-8:00

LHA3803HF Recurring Issues in Postsecondary Education (Doctoral Level) Wheelahan

Fall: Compressed Mode

see calendar for details

LHA3041HS

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

Joshee

Winter: Tues. 5:00-8:00

Hybrid

LHA3055H

Democratic Values, Student Engagement and Democratic Leadership

Portelli Summer 1: See calendar
LHA5801H

Critical Policy Perspectives; The International Dimension of Higher Education

Knight Summer 2: See calendar

LHA5807HF

SpTop: Globalization, Lifelong Learning, Professional and Vocational Education

Buckner

Fall: Thurs. 5:00-8:00

LHA6002HF SpTop in ELP:  A History of Education Change (Doctoral Level) Anderson Fall:  Tues. 5:00-8:00
EDP3045HF

Educational Policy and Program Evaluation

Bascia Fall: Tues. 5:00-8:00

JOI3048HS

 

Intermediate Statistics in Educational Research: Multiple Regression Analysis (RM) Chmielewski Winter: Thurs. 5:00-8:00 
CTL1031HS

Language, Culture and Identity

Finnessy Winter: ONLINE
CTL1063H Pedagogies of Solidarity Gaztambide-Fernandez Summer 2 (July/August): Mon & Wed 1-4
CTL1221HS

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

Gitari Winter: Thurs. 5:00-8:00
CTL1318HF

Teaching Conflict and Conflict Resolution

Bickmore Fall: Tues. 5:00-8:00
CTL1320HF

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

Styres Fall: Wed. 5:00-8:00

CTL1321HS

Aboriginal Civilization: Language, Culture and Identity N

Styres

Winter: Thurs. 5:00-8:00 

CTL1406HF

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

Troper Fall: Mon. 5:00-8:00
CTL1430HF

Gendered Colonialisms, Imperialisms, and Nationalisims in History

Morgan Fall: ONLINE

CTL3000HF

 

Foundations of Bilingual and Multicultural Education

Le Pichon-Vorstman

Fall: Wed. 5:00-8:00 

CTL3007HF Analyse de discours Rehner Winter: Tues. 1:00-4:00

CTL3008HS

Critical Pedagogy, Language and Cultural Diversity

Gagné

Winter: Tues. 1:00-4:00 

CTL3015HS

Language and Literacies Education in Multilingual Contexts (Seminar in Second Language Literacy Education)

Le Pichon-Vorstman Winter: Wed. 5:00-8:00 
CTL3018HF

Language, Planning and Policy

Bale Fall: Wed. 1:00-4:00

CTL3025HS

Educational Sociolinguistics

Kerekes

Winter: Wed. 1:00-4:00 

CTL3026HF

Pragmatics in Language Education

Kerekes Fall: Tues. 1:00-4:00
CTL3805HF

Multilingualism and Plurilingualism

Piccardo Fall: Tues. 5:00-8:00

SJE1926HS

Race, Space and Citizenship: Issues for Educators

Sztainbok

Winter: Tues. 5:30-8:30 

SJE3933HS

Globalization and  Transnationality: Feminist Perspectives

Todorova

Summer 2019: Mon. & Wed. 1:00-4:00

SJE5019H Narratives of Exile and Migration: Implications for Education If taught by CIDE Faculty Summer 2: see calendar
SJE5010H Coloniality, Race, and Heteropatriarchy: Perspectives from Latin American Contexts If taught by CIDE Faculty Summer 1: Mon and Wed 1-4

†Special Topics Courses: Only the special topics course titles listed above can be counted toward the CIDEC program requirements in the current year. 

Note: Where the above dates and times do not match the Registrar's Office Graduate Course Schedule, the Graduate Course Schedule will be taken as correct.

The deadline to add a Fall session and full year course is September 23, 2019. After that, written permission of the course lecturer, your graduate coordinator and SGS approval is required. Add/Drop Course Forms are available on the SGS website. The requirements to be eligible to graduate are explained on the Graduation page of the SGS website.

Doctoral Level courses: Ask your home department program assistants about other courses at the doctoral level.

For information on IRR's (Independent Reading and Research Course) please see Student FAQ's

The CIDE Graduation form can be found on: http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/cidec/Students/Forms.html

Questions?    Email: cidec.oise@utoronto.ca

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