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  • The Master of Teaching program is one of the premier teacher education programs in Canada, combining a Master of Teaching degree with elementary or secondary teacher certification.
  • You earn a two-year Master of Teaching degree at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
  • Designed for people who are looking to become exceptional teachers.
  • We are committed to excellence and the preparation of the next generation of educational leaders.

Become a Teacher with a Master of Teaching Degree

We are still accepting applications for September 2021 (Fall Session). We will provide three business days notice prior to closing admissions. Please go to How to Apply for more information about the application process.

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COVID-19 Related Updates

Congratulations, Class of 2020!

Dear Class of 2020,

We are writing to congratulate and celebrate you! We wish that we could extend these sincere wishes in person.

We want to acknowledge your remarkable adaptability; your resilience; and your demonstrated commitment to learners, to teaching, and to your own learning over the course of the program and particularly throughout the final semester.

There has been a great deal of discussion this year around what it means to graduate at this extraordinary moment. As educators, your work is uniquely, critically and centrally important at this time. As we think of the changes and contributions that you will make as adaptive, skilled, compassionate teacher scholars committed to equity and anti-racist education, we are very hopeful and very grateful. 

It has been a genuine gift to learn with and from you over the program. We wish health, fulfillment, and continued growth and learning for you. We look forward to seeing and hearing from you!

Best wishes and congratulations,

The MT Community

 

MT Leadership Statement on the Current Political Context

This statement was shared with the MT Community on June 3, 2020 following the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020

As the Master of Teaching Program leadership team, we want to express our respect and admiration to those struggling against anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism in Canada, the US and countries around the world. Although the systemic and brutal nature of white supremacy is not new, the current moment of widespread uprising and repression has been a real-time trauma for many Black people. To Black students, staff and faculty in the Master of Teaching Program, we know that many of you are suffering right now, and that this is a time of significant pain. 

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OISE Dean’s Memos and Announcements

Read Dean Glen Jones memos and announcements

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Academic Program

The MT graduate curriculum carefully guides you through your development as a teacher. You will learn about educational theory and research-informed best practices.

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Practice Teaching

The practicum component of the MT program will provide you with an opportunity to develop your skills as a teacher in a variety of classrooms and learning situations.

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Graduate Research

As part of the MT graduate program, you will be exposed to educational research across a wide variety of educational disciplines and specializations.

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