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You may use this system to:

  • Apply for Additional Qualifications courses
    (Note that a valid email address and credit card are required)
  • Check the registration status of your application
  • Update your current contact information
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Events

  • Friday, January 12 to Friday, January 26
    Tribes: K-8
    "TRIBES" is an instructional approach, with integrated teaching strategies, that combines eight research-based components to maximize student learning and development. During this interactive and activity-based 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. In order to receive the certificate, you must attend all 24 hours of the workshop. The workshop takes place over 3 sessions (9:00 am - 6:00 pm; January 12, 19, 26)
    Cost: Discounted rate of $185.00 (HST included). You will be able to purchase a textbook on the first day of training for $60 cash (HST included).
  • Tuesday, January 16 to Saturday, January 27
    OISE's Amazing Stairs Race
    The annual Amazing Stairs Race at OISE is a great way to get some exercise and reduce your energy footprint (the elevators are the biggest energy hogs in the building). The race takes about 15 minutes to play and is happening from 12 to 1 pm on January 16, 18, 24 and 27. Sign up with your cohort team of four to win great sustainability prizes and bragging rights. To sign up, e-mail the names of your team members, your preferred race time and cohort number to amazingraceoise@gmail.com.
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  • Tuesday, January 23 to Tuesday, February 6
    Social Justice and Equity Leadership in Schools: Race, Power & Privilege
    Roopa Cheema will give a primer on anti-oppression, focusing primarily on racism but not excluding sexism, ableism, Islamaphobia, and more. Participants will confront their own power and privilege in society, and thus, the classroom. This session, as with all sessions will provide a space for marginalized voices to be raised and oppressive to listen. The workshops move through how-to and what next.
    Participants must attend all sessions for CCR eligibility:
    January 23, 2018: 5 to 8pm
    January 30, 2018: 5 to 8pm
    February 6, 2018: 5 to 8pm
  • Thursday, January 25 - 4:15 - 6:15 PM
    Math Concepts / Teaching Math #7: Fractions and Percentages Connections
    OSSC Workshop for Teacher Education Students
    At this workshop, learn to: understand and master the concepts of decimals and percents terminology, models, estimation, and how to utilize concrete and virtual manipulatives to aid understanding and solving decimal and percent-related problems; master the Conceptual understanding of decimal numbers and their connections to fractions and percents; add, multiply, subtract, and divide decimals; understand decimals, and the decimals to fractions to percentages connections and conversions; and understand how these connections and conversions affect transactions in the activities of daily life.
  • Saturday, January 27 to Sunday, February 4
    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. During the interactive and activity-based 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; January 27, 28, February 3, 4)
  • Saturday, January 27 - 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    Health, Wellness and Sustainability: Environmental Education in Action Conference 2018
    How does health and wellness at TDSB connect to sustainability? Join us for our annual EcoSchools Environmental Education in Action conference on Saturday, January 27 to find out. Register your spot today (it's free for OISE students!).
  • Saturday, January 27 - 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Environmental Education in Action Conference
    Health, Wellness and Sustainability
    This one day conference has been created with OISE graduate students and TDSB EcoSchools teachers in mind! It provides professional learning in environmental education to support students and educators in this area. A keynote talk, over twenty interactive workshops, an EcoFair and wellness refreshers will provide ideas, strategies, and resources for connecting health and wellness to Environmental Education in K-12 classrooms. This conference is FREE for OISE students and TDSB employees.
    Location: OISE


    More info: http://uoft.me/EEWellness2018
  • Saturday, January 27 - 12:00 - 2:00 PM
    OISE EcoFair
    Join us for OISE's annual EcoFair, a community event that features 30+ environmental education organizations all in one place! This event is free and open to the public. Come from enthusiastic educators and educational displays, pick up free teaching resources, and talk with others dedicated to environmental education.
    Location: OISE


    More info: http://uoft.me/EEWellness2018
  • Wednesday, January 31 - 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    Handle with Care Conference: Engaging Communites
    Partnering to Promote Mental Health of Young Children and Their Families
    This conference is designed to provide faculty, staff, practitioners, students and community partners with opportunities for professional development related to engagement and community capacity building. The theme of the conference is Advancing Strategies and Partnerships in Urban, Remote and Northern Communities for Healing and Mental Wellness. The conference features presentations from experts on child and youth mental health, including Dr. Jane Bertrand and Dr. Jeffrey Ansloos from OISE's Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development.
  • Wednesday, January 31 - 12:30 - 2:00 PM
    Self-injury and the internet: Potential impact, implications and opportunities
    APHD Colloquium Series
    Stephen Lewis, Associate Professor at the University of Guelph, presents "Self-injury and the Internet: Potential impact, implications and opportunities" at this APHD Colloquium Series event.
  • Wednesday, January 31 - 1:00 - 2:00 PM
    Resume Workshop for Teaching
    Bring your lunch to this resume workshop for teaching. We'll talk about what goes in a teaching resume and how to present your skills.
  • Thursday, February 1 - 4:15 - 6:15 PM
    Math Concepts / Teaching Math #8: The Meaning and Process of Measuring
    OSSC Workshop for Teacher Education Students
    At this workshop, learn to: develop a meaningful conceptual understanding of the measurement process, estimation of measurements, and the tools of measurement; understand and master the process, meaning, and various types of measurement, including how and what can be measured to aid problem solving and creating products for everyday life activities; use measurement devices and instruments and how they work for problem-solving in our everyday world activities; and master the various types of measurement connections and conversions, including how and when to use them in daily activities for problem-solving.
  • Thursday, February 8 - 4:15 - 6:15 PM
    Math Concepts / Teaching Math 9: The Development of Geometric Thinking and Geometric Concepts
    OSSC Workshop for Teacher Education Students
    In this workshop, you'll learn how to assist students in learning geometry; shapes and their properties, geometric thinking and concepts; how geometric thinking and geometric concepts can be introduced to children of any age across many subject areas using various tools; how to reason about spatial concepts, spatial sense, and geometric reasoning; to understand and apply geometric concepts for problem solving and daily life activities; and how to develop their ability to think in geometric contexts.
  • Thursday, February 15 - 4:15 - 6:15 PM
    Math Concepts / Teaching Math 10: Developing Data Analysis, Management and Probability Concepts; Technology in School Mathematics; Teaching with Technology
    OSSC Workshop for Teacher Education Students
    At this workshop, find out how to assist students in learning: how to formulate questions that can be addressed with data, and collect, organize, and display relevant data to analyse them; how to understand the concepts, data analysis, data management, and probability, and to develop and apply data analysis and management to make meaning from our world in daily real-life situations; to use the various tools (technology, manipulatives etc) available for analysing and managing data; how data can be categorized and displayed in various graph forms; how data is organized should be directly related to the question that caused you to collect the data in the first place, to create various types of graphical representations of data and see that graphs and charts tell about information and that different types of representations tell different things about the same data; and to discuss the use of various types and forms of technology, including virtual and concrete manipulatives.