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Curriculum, Teaching and Learning

The Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) is the largest of four departments at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). With a diverse community of tenured, tenure-stream faculty, and lecturers, the department offers a wide range of graduate courses and programs relating to academic scholarship and professional practice. Faculty and students research, write, and teach about a wide variety of subjects concerning children, youth, and teachers, both in and out of schools.

The department offers graduate programs in three areas of study: 1) Curriculum and Pedagogy; 2) Language and Literacies Education; and 3) Teaching. These programs reflect a variety of scholarly interests and are closely linked with the department's strong research base.

Overview of Programs

Codes: =Field, • =Collaborative Specialization

Curriculum and Pedagogy Program - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Comparative, International and Development Education - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Education, Francophonies and Diversity - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Educational Policy -  MA, MEd, PhD
   • Engineering Education -  MA, PhD
   • Knowledge Media Design - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Sexual Diversity Studies - MA,MEd, PhD
   • Women and Gender Studies - MA, MEd, PhD

Language and Literacies Education Program - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Comparative, International and Development Education - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Education, Francophonies and Diversity - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Educational Policy - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Ethnic and Pluralism Studies - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Knowledge Media Design - MA, MEd, PhD
   • Women and Gender Studies - MA, MEd, PhD

> Language Teaching - MEd
   • Comparative, International and Development Education - MEd
   • Education, Francophonies and Diversity - MEd
   • Educational Policy - MEd
   • Ethnic and Pluralism Studies - MEd
   • Knowledge Media Design - MEd
   • Women and Gender Studies - MEd

Master of Teaching Program
>
 Primary/Junior Education - MT
> Junior/Intermediate Education - MT
> Intermediate/Senior Education - MT

Combined Degree Programs

The Master of Teaching Combined Degree Program (CDP) is designed for University of Toronto students interested in studying the intersections of their Bachelor’s degree specialization, coupled with professional teacher preparation.  For more information about Master of Teaching Combined Degree Programs, please visit the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Calendar.


NOTE: Please see Bulletin sections below for more information on CTL programs. 
• See the School of Graduate Studies Calendar for details on Collaborative Specializations.
• See the School of Graduate Studies Calendar for Graduate Faculty Members.