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  • Apply for Additional Qualifications courses
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Events

  • Friday, November 17 - 12:30 - 2:00 PM
    Education Options For Your Child
    Choosing the right school and program is an important first step in ensuring that your child gets the most out of their educational experience. Come and hear from experts in the field of education.
    Through this panel you will learn about the Toronto District School Board's (TDSB): Alternative Schools, Elementary Schools, and French Immersion Programs.
    Location:


    More info: https://www.familycare.utoronto.ca
  • Saturday, November 18 - 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Access to Post-Secondary Education: Adapting to the Changing Landscape
    A Symposium to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Academic Bridging Program
    Ontario has one of the highest participation rates in post-secondary education in Canada but we know there are still specific groups that are underrepresented in our colleges and universities. What barriers still exist and how do we remove them?

    Exploring access to post-secondary education includes examining retention and graduation rates as well. Programs and strategies are in place to guide prospective students into our institutions but what supports do they need to remain in the classroom and be successful?

    This symposium is designed to provide educators, students and student life professionals an opportunity to explore together what access to post-secondary education means today.
    Keynote Speaker: Lisa Boivin
    Demystifying Access: Ann Lopez & Kimberley Tull
    Concurrent Sessions & Student Panel
  • Wednesday, November 22 - 12:30 - 2:00 PM
    Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Data in a Study of Stress among Employees in Animal Shelters
    Department of APHD Colloquium Series
    Professor Margaret Schneider from the Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development presents "Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Data in a Study of Stress among Employees in Animal Shelters."
  • Friday, December 1 - 6:45 - 9:30 PM
    Book Launch: Alternative Schooling and Student Engagement
    Canadian Stories of Democracy within Bureaucracy
    Editors: Nina Bascia, Esther Sokolov Fine and Malcolm Levin
    Program begins at 7:20
    Location: OISE, Nexus Lounge (12th Floor)


    More info: http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/lhae/Home/LHAE_Events.html
  • Friday, December 8 - 10:15 AM - 12:30 PM
    MT & MA-CSE Mock Interviews and Panel
    Professional Preparation for Teacher Candidates
    Watch a principal conduct a "real" interview using actual interview questions, followed by a debrief where you will have the opportunity to ask specific questions about hiring practices.
    The day ends with a panel discussion from multiple principals to provide a diverse perspective.
    See your program for full details or to volunteer to be interviewed.
    Location: OISE

  • Saturday, December 9 to Sunday, December 17
    TRIBES: Supporting Grades 7 - 12
    "TRIBES" is an instructional approach, with integrated teaching strategies, that combines eight research-based components to maximize student learning and development.
    This approach to teaching and learning shows educators how to select and sequence cooperative learning strategies to effectively integrate academic learning with social skills. When the TRIBES approach is used, students experience a powerful sense of trust and inclusion. Research shows that students also develop greater personal confidence, gain skills over the term to participate actively in classroom activities, and are able to achieve success through increased academic retention of content and skills.
    During the interactive and activity-based TRIBES course, teachers learn about critical current research and practice, how to make connections between curriculum (in their grades and subject areas) and student's needs and learning, and how to develop an inclusive classroom environment.
    Cost: Discounted rate of $185.00 (tax included). You will be able to purchase a textbook on the first day of training for $60 cash (tax inc.)
    In order to receive the certificate, you must attend all 24 hours of the workshop. The workshop takes place over 4 sessions (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM; December 9, 10, 16 17)
  • Monday, December 11 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    Building Futures
    Session for 2nd Year MT and MACSE Students
    Building Futures is a Ministry of Education program designed to support teacher candidates as they begin their teaching career by providing them with relevant tools, enriched conversations and practical ministry resources.
    The program is part of the first step in a continuum of professional learning and growth for teacher candidates as educators. The Ministry of Education recognizes how critical it is to the success of a new teacher to be familiar with the key goals, programs and priorities of Ontario's education system. The program provides new teachers with the opportunity to and collaborate with other teachers across the province.
  • Monday, December 11 - 5:00 - 8:00 PM
    APHD Department Research Gala
    Explore APHD research and discuss with faculty researchers at our annual Research Gala!
    Location: TBA

  • Tuesday, December 12 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Media Smarts: Teaching Digital Literacy for Students JK - Grade 6
    As a new teacher, you need to be equipped to help your students successfully and ethically navigate the digital world.
    Join us at a digital literacy education workshop in the Library to learn essential digital literacy skills and competencies, understand the digital experiences of Canadian youth, and familiarize yourself with the resources and tools that are available through the digital literacy framework.
    This session is for graduate students who work with students from JK to Grade 6, and may be considered for the CCR (Co-Curricular Record)
  • Tuesday, December 12 - 1:00 - 4:00 PM
    Media Smarts: Teaching Digital Literacy for Students Grade 7-12
    As a new teacher, you need to be equipped to help your students successfully and ethically navigate the digital world.
    Join us at a digital literacy education workshop in the Library to learn essential digital literacy skills and competencies, understand the digital experiences of Canadian youth, and familiarize yourself with the resources and tools that are available through the digital literacy framework.
    This session is for graduate students who work with students from Grades 7 to 12, and may be considered for the CCR (Co-Curricular Record).
  • Wednesday, December 13 to Friday, December 15
    TRIBES: K-8
    For first year students only)
    "TRIBES" is an instructional approach, with integrated teaching strategies, that combines eight research-based components to maximize student learning and development. This approach to teaching and learning shows educators how to select and sequence cooperative learning strategies to effectively integrate academic learning with social skills.
    When the TRIBES approach is used, students experience a powerful sense of trust and inclusion. Research shows that students also develop greater personal confidence, gain skills over the term to participate actively in classroom activities, and are able to achieve success through increased academic retention of content and skills.
    During the interactive and activity-based TRIBES course, teachers learn about critical current research and practice, how to make connections between curriculum (in their grades and subject areas) and student's needs and learning, and how to develop an inclusive classroom environment.
    Cost: Discounted rate of $185.00 (tax included). You will also have the opportunity, on the first day, to purchase a textbook for $60 cash (tax included).
    In order to receive the certification, you must attend all 24 hours of the workshop. This workshop takes place over 3 sessions (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; December 13-15)
  • Wednesday, December 13 - 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    Professional Preparation Conference (PPC) Day 1
    Employment Skills for Teachers
    The first day of a two-day event which provides professional development and career support to final year teacher candidates.
    Day 1 programming is sponsored by teacher federations of Ontario and provides workshops to help your transition to the classroom. Topics include: new teacher talks, classroom management, supporting inclusivity.
    Registration for day one workshops is required. Please visit the workshop registration page.
  • Thursday, December 14 - 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Professional Preparation Conference (PPC) Day 2
    Employment Opportunities for Teachers
    Join us for the second day of the Professional Preparation Conference! Day 2 includes an employment fair and career-focused presentations from OCT, Apply to Education, CPL and QECO.
    The employment fair, which takes place in the OISE Library and on the 2nd floor, will feature 40 employers, including many Ontario school boards who are ready to answer your questions. Some employers may also present information sessions and conduct on-site interviews.