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Professional Preparation Conference (PPC) 2018
The PPC is an annual two-day conference that takes place at OISE. The conference is directed for final year teacher education students to help prepare them for their career after graduation. The PPC is open to all OISE students and recent graduates, but registration is required.
Tuesday, December 11 to
Wednesday, December 12
OISE Auditorium/Library/2nd Floor
More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/orss/Events_Workshops_Conferences/Professional_Preparation_Conference/index.html


APHD Colloquium Series
Postdoc Feature with Dr. Angela Nyhout, Dr. Kaila Bruer and Dr. Alessandra Schneider
Join us for the first-ever APHD Postdoc mini-series covering talks on counterfactual thinking, technology & child witness honesty, and parenting across cultures. All are welcome!
Wednesday, December 12
12:30 - 2:00 PM
EJICS (56 Spadina Rd) Room 363
More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/aphd/Home/News_Events/Colloquia_Series/index.html


Indigenous Education Network Drop-in Traditional Teachings
OISE's Indigenous Education Network offers drop-in hours on Wednesdays with Traditional Teacher Jacqui Lavalley. All are welcome to drop by for cultural teachings, conversation and student support in group or individual appointments. Book your appointment.
Wednesday, December 12
1:00 - 5:00 PM
OISE 5th floor
More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ien/Traditional_Teacher.html


Three Alumni Needed: Join the University of Toronto Governing Council
Calling all OISE Alumni: Apply for one of three alumni governor seats on the University of Toronto Governing Council by December 13. Support and advance U of T's mission and take your experience to new heights. Apply today.
Thursday, December 13
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Apply Online
More info: http://www.governingcouncil.utoronto.ca/Governing_Council/bac/COE_1/COE2013info1.htm


"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.
Saturday, December 15
OISE 11-164
More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ss/Conferences_and_Workshops/Registration.html


Indigenous Education Network Drop-in Traditional Teachings
OISE's Indigenous Education Network offers drop-in hours on Wednesdays with Traditional Teacher Jacqui Lavalley. All are welcome to drop by for cultural teachings, conversation and student support in group or individual appointments. Book your appointment.
Wednesday, December 19
1:00 - 5:00 PM
OISE 5th floor
More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ien/Traditional_Teacher.html


Deepening Children's Natural Curiosity through Environmental Inquiry & Indigenous Perspectives
Presenter: Haley Higdon, Natural Curiosity
Join Haley Higdon, Natural Curiosity Program Director, who will discuss the importance of the second edition of Natural Curiosity in supporting an awareness of Indigenous approaches to environmental and all learning.
The Indigenous lens in this edition challenges us to ask, "How can we help future generations shift from suffering with the burden of "stewardship for the environment" to a life of active participation in, coupled with deep love and respect for, Mother Earth?" This workshop will begin to model the environmental inquiry process that can in turn be applied with students. It will provide opportunities for thinking about how environmental inquiry can support Truth and Reconciliation, create a community of lifelong environmental leaders, and a shift towards relationships of reciprocity across Turtle Island.
Free, but registration required.
Wednesday, January 9
4:30 - 5:30 PM
Room 5-270
More info: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ss/Conferences_and_Workshops/