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Welcome to the Master of Teaching Program!

Welcome Class of 2022!

Read the latest updates from the Office of the Registrar and Student Services (ORSS)

COVID-19 Related Updates


Getting started

Start here to read the MT Leadership welcome message, to learn how to accept your offer, and to get connected with your student card & email.

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MT Practicum and Services

Explore general information about the MT Program and Practicum, and go through some FAQs about important dates and your schedule.

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Student support

Various supports and services available to you in the program including: housing, accessibility, the MT Student Association, and more!

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FAQ and contact information

We have compiled FAQs about all aspects of the MT Program, Practicum, and life at UofT. Reach out if you have additional questions.

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Message from the Dean 

Glen Jones
Glen A. Jones

Welcome and congratulations!

Your recent admission to OISE’s Master of Teaching degree program means that you have been granted acceptance into Canada’s highest ranked educational institute. In fact, we were rated number five in the world in the recent QS rankings. We are also Canada’s only all-graduate institute of teaching, learning, and research. These are precisely the activities that you will immerse yourself in as a member of our scholarly community, and we are very excited to have you join us.

As an MT candidate you will have opportunities to learn from and with expert faculty, to access varied field placements, to develop research skills, and to become a valued member of a range of teaching and learning communities—including your individual cohort, your MT program, OISE more broadly, and the schools and classrooms within which you are placed. You will also enjoy the enormous resources of the University of Toronto, one of the world’s great universities.

We are confident that your contributions will further enrich our dynamic community and further actualize our commitment to learning and equity in schools and beyond.

We look forward to meeting you.


Dean, Glen A. Jones


Message from the Chair

Clare Brett
Clare Brett

Dear Class of ’22,

We are thrilled to have you join us this fall for what is sure to be an enriching two years filled with teaching, learning, research, and community. Being one of the largest Departments at the University of Toronto, our programs and areas of faculty expertise are as diverse as they are innovative. 

Our department is grounded in shared commitments to research-informed teaching practice and program planning, to cultivating a climate of mutual respect, transparency and collaboration, and to leadership in teaching and research practices that contribute to advancing more robust understanding and practice of equity in education. 

I warmly welcome you to our CTL family and look forward to meeting you soon.

Clare Brett, Chair

Department of Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning