MT Info Session 2022

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Master of Teaching Information Session 2022
Thurs April 14, 5pm-7pm

The Master of Teaching Virtual Information Session is your opportunity to learn about what differentiates OISE's Master of Teaching program from undergraduate teacher education programs.  Current students will present their research and share their experience in the program. Faculty and staff will answer your questions, and OISE's recruitment and admissions team will provide a workshop to demystify the process of becoming a graduate student at Canada's top-ranked faculty of education. Join us to see if this program is right for you. The Master of Teaching program is accepting applications for September 2022.


5:00PM – 6:00PM (EST)

Master of Teaching: Student’s Perspective
As a graduate credential leading to certification with the Ontario College of Teachers, OISE’s Master of Teaching program combines research with applied learning. Discover what that really means, from the perspective of current and graduating students, in this hour-long interactive and student-led discussion.

6:00PM – 7:00PM (EST)

Demystifying the Application Process
This portion of the event is for those who have not yet submitted their applications to OISE. After a brief program overview, and a supportive presentation that will demystify the application process, panelists from the admissions and student recruitment team will answer your questions about applying to OISE.

About Our Program

The Master of Teaching Program is a two-year (20 month) graduate level teacher education program that leads to a Master of Teaching (MT) degree. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for a Certificate of Qualification and Registration, which certifies you to teach in Ontario schools. Although pay scale assessments are based on individual qualifications, most Master of Teaching graduates are assessed by the Qualifications Evaluation Council of Ontario (QECO/COEC) and Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) at an A3 / Group 3 level.

Master of Teaching Information

The videos are divided by three sections, program overview, elementary (primary/junior and junior/intermediate) division and secondary (intermediate/senior) division. To request alternative formats due to accessibility needs, please contact .

Are you ready to further your education with OISE?

While OISE’s main admissions deadline has passed, spaces are still available for programs starting September 2022.

Visit our admissions pages to see the list of programs currently accepting applications and find one that is a fit for your career and research goals.

Student Life at OISE

The Indigenous Education Network (IEN) is a group of students, faculty and community members who share a common commitment to and passion for Indigenous Education and Research. Founded in 1989 by Indigenous students, the IEN provides an Indigenous presence at OISE and seeks to establish a forum for ongoing and dynamic discussion, action and change.

The Indigenous Education Network:

  • Supports students and their study interests in Indigenous education.
  • Advances education research on Indigenous issues.
  • Actively encourages the development of Indigenous curriculum.
  • Collaborates with campus and community groups to strengthen initiatives related to our mission.

The IEN hosts guest speakers, socials and teachings throughout the year as a way for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students to participate in experiential learning, establish relationships and network. They can be reached at

Spécialisation conjointe Éducation, francophonies et diversité offerte par le CREFO. (

Les cours de la spécialisation conjointe ont pour but d’examiner, dans une perspective multidisciplinaire, les réalités éducatives et sociales propres à la francophonie locale, nationale et internationale. Les connaissances acquises permettent de développer chez les étudiantes et les étudiants une perspective critique en ce qui a trait aux grandes questions de l’heure dans le domaine de l’éducation et d’acquérir une solide formation à la recherche. Les étudiantes et les étudiants admis dans un programme de maîtrise (M.Ed. ou M.A.) ou de doctorat (Ph.D. ou Ed.D.) dans les départements de Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) ou de Social Justice Education (SJE) peuvent s’inscrire à la spécialisation conjointe. 

The OISE Alumni Association (OISEAA) acts as the alumni voice on matters that affect our community. Together, we create the events and experiences that foster a lasting bond between alumni and alma mater. 

The OISEAA provides a meaningful volunteer experience in governance, planning and community building for its members. Over 100,000 alumni stand to benefit by developing and promoting themselves through OISE. 

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