Educators and parents, this back to school season learn how to create inclusive learning environments with these top tips and resources by OISE experts.

A study led by Prof. Kang Lee found that blood pressure can be measured accurately by taking a quick video selfie.

"This innovative Doctor of Education demonstrates OISE's leadership in linking our research strengths to educational practice," said Dean Glen Jones.

OISE's second Count Me In Math Institute offered K-12 educators a unique opportunity to enhance their teaching skills in math with some of the top math education researchers in the province.

Research by alum Angelica Galante shows that a plurilingual approach to language education has major benefits for developing a student's cognitive, critical thinking and language learning skills.

While the ways we practice literacy has changed in our digital, globalized world, the methods and tests that education systems use to assess literacy have not, says Prof. Carol Campbell.

The renowned scholar has been recognized for extending the boundaries of traditional sociology to incorporate a feminist perspective, and for developing institutional ethnography. 

OISE Orange Shirt Day: Honouring Residential School Survivors
Save the date for OISE and the University of Toronto's third annual Orange Shirt Day commemoration event to honour survivors of the residential school system on September 30 from 12pm - 2pm in OISE's Nexus Lounge .
Designed for K-12 teachers, and free for OISE students and TDSB employees, the event will focus on ideas and teaching strategies for environmental education in classrooms and communities, with an eye toward climate change action.

Join Professor Hunt’s family for a celebration of a life well-lived at OISE on Wednesday, September 25. Music from Dr. Hunt’s band, The Foolish Things, and some special surprises await your presence. Together, let’s celebrate the life of our beloved friend, colleague and teacher.


Each year, the Vari Scholarship provides financial support for exceptional UofT students who plan to pursue a career in primary or secondary teaching in Ontario. Vari Scholar Krystal Morgan sat down with Dr. Helen Vari to discuss the enormous impact the scholarship has had on her education and student experience at OISE.

The 2019 award winners Michael Salvatori , Sandra Hudson , Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, Edward Thompson, Liliana Compagnone , and Fabian Garcia were recognized for their outstanding contributions in the areas of teaching, advocacy, mentorship, service and leadership.

Dr. Eric Jackman received the award for his immense contributions in supporting child study and education through the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study Lab School. At the award luncheon, Dean Glen Jones , alumni, colleagues and friends celebrated Dr. Jackman, who is a generous donor and wonderful friend to OISE.

When Professor Booth passed away, OISE lost an exceptional teacher, professor, researcher and author, who changed the field of education around the world as well as the lives of countless students. To honour his legacy, OISE has created the Professor David Booth Memorial Bursary to support students in financial need.

Do you love the arts, culture and theatre? A new alumni benefit has been added for Hart House Theatre. UofT alumni now get 30% off regular priced admission all year.

Take advantage of a new alumni service for career e-learning and professional development with LinkedIn Learning.

Willa’s House is a tribute to women teachers, life’s small moments, and to home. Proceeds from the sale of the book will be donated to the Professor David Booth Memorial Bursary in support of OISE students in financial need.