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Events

  • Thursday, June 20 -
    "Write-In" Days for doctoral students
    "Write-Ins", also known as writing boot camps, are full-day sessions where doctoral students bring their laptops and their work (theses, comps, assignments) to write in a quiet space, uninterrupted, for the day. They are designed to give you a pleasant and supportive place to write, alongside fellow thesis travelers. During the session, no talking, social media or phone calls allowed in the room. Faculty are on-hand if you choose to step out to consult about any aspect of your doctoral thesis proposal or drafts.
    Please register in advance.
    Location: 11-164

  • Friday, June 21 - 4:00 - 5:30 PM
    Indigenous peoples' right to education in Suriname: Creating a sustainable path towards education improvement for rural Indigenous communities
    CIDE Seminar
    In this presentation, Dr. Ellen-Rose Kambel, Rutu Foundation for Intercultural and Multilingual Education, Amsterdam, together with Dr. Emmanuelle Le Pichon-Vorstman, will reflect on the goals that were set by the Indigenous traditional authorities in Suriname, South America and focus on education and follow the struggle of one community where the village council, together with parents and
    local teachers have tried various ways to improve the education of their children. Drop in, no registration required.
    Location: OISE Rm. 7-105

  • Monday, June 24 to Tuesday, June 25
    Shaping Sustainable Futures for Internationalization in Higher Education
    The SSFIHE 2019 conference will explore quality, reciprocity, and inclusivity in relation to shaping sustainable futures for internationalization in higher education. Through keynote presentations and facilitated sessions, delegates will learn about the importance of roles and resources that foster a more equitable and sustainable future for the internationalization of higher education. Registration is required.
    Location: OISE Building


    More info: https://www.ssfihe2019.ca/registration
  • Saturday, June 29 -
    "Write-In" Days for doctoral students
    "Write-Ins", also known as writing boot camps, are full-day sessions where doctoral students bring their laptops and their work (theses, comps, assignments) to write in a quiet space, uninterrupted, for the day. They are designed to give you a pleasant and supportive place to write, alongside fellow thesis travelers. During the session, no talking, social media or phone calls allowed in the room. Faculty are on-hand if you choose to step out to consult about any aspect of your doctoral thesis proposal or drafts.
    Please register in advance.
    Location: 11-164

  • Thursday, July 4 -
    "Write-In" Days for doctoral students
    "Write-Ins", also known as writing boot camps, are full-day sessions where doctoral students bring their laptops and their work (theses, comps, assignments) to write in a quiet space, uninterrupted, for the day. They are designed to give you a pleasant and supportive place to write, alongside fellow thesis travelers. During the session, no talking, social media or phone calls allowed in the room. Faculty are on-hand if you choose to step out to consult about any aspect of your doctoral thesis proposal or drafts.
    Please register in advance.
    Location: 11-164

  • Tuesday, July 9 - 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    Learning Garden Open House
    Join us to learn more about OISE's own garden and enjoy local and seasonal snacks!
    Location: Front of OISE at 252 Bloor St. W.


    More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ese/OISE_Learning_Garden/index.html
  • Saturday, July 13 -
    "Write-In" Days for doctoral students
    "Write-Ins", also known as writing boot camps, are full-day sessions where doctoral students bring their laptops and their work (theses, comps, assignments) to write in a quiet space, uninterrupted, for the day. They are designed to give you a pleasant and supportive place to write, alongside fellow thesis travelers. During the session, no talking, social media or phone calls allowed in the room. Faculty are on-hand if you choose to step out to consult about any aspect of your doctoral thesis proposal or drafts.
    Please register in advance.
    Location: 11-164

  • Thursday, July 18 -
    "Write-In" Days for doctoral students
    "Write-Ins", also known as writing boot camps, are full-day sessions where doctoral students bring their laptops and their work (theses, comps, assignments) to write in a quiet space, uninterrupted, for the day. They are designed to give you a pleasant and supportive place to write, alongside fellow thesis travelers. During the session, no talking, social media or phone calls allowed in the room. Faculty are on-hand if you choose to step out to consult about any aspect of your doctoral thesis proposal or drafts.
    Please register in advance.
    Location: 11-164

  • Friday, July 26 to Saturday, July 27
    Media & Digital Literacy Education for Social Justice
    OISE Summer Institute 2019
    Join fellow PK-20 educators, students and activists for a 2-day professional learning institute designed to support the application of critical media literacy and social justice themes into your practice. Engage in academic discussions and participate in hands-on workshops that will enable effective media and digital literacy education strategies in your curriculum design, pedagogical approaches, and teaching tools. Registration required.