OISE Winter Program Statement
Further to our statement of August 4, we would like to inform the OISE community of our plan to offer some courses in-person while we maintain many courses online. The plan for return to in-person teaching and learning in the OISE building has been guided by public health regulations.
While the Master of Teaching (MT) and Master of Arts in Child Study and Education (MA CSE) programs originally planned to return fully to in-person instruction in January 2022, adjustments are being made for a partial return to in-person teaching and learning. In-person classes in the MT and MA-CSE programs will be in courses focused on curriculum and pedagogy. These two programs will communicate their revised mode of delivery of courses and protocols for return to campus in the coming weeks.
While the majority of other programs’ courses continue to be offered online, a small number of courses will be offered in-person as recorded in the ROSI and ACORN systems.
Programs will communicate their mode of delivery of courses and protocols for return to campus in the coming weeks and provide contact details for further inquiries.
The University of Toronto requires all those intending to be present on our three campuses, or on premises owned or operated by the university, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination via UCheck. For more information on UofT’s Vaccine Requirement, please visit: https://www.utoronto.ca/utogether/vaccines and https://www.viceprovoststudents.utoronto.ca/covid-19/#vaccines
Normand Labrie, Interim Dean, OISE
Sarfaroz Niyozov, Acting Associate Dean, Programs, OISE