OISE is recognized as a global leader in graduate programs in teaching and learning, continuing teacher education, and education research. As one of the largest and most research-intensive faculties of education in North America, OISE is an integral part of the University of Toronto—Canada’s most dynamic and comprehensive institution of higher learning.OISE is committed to enhancing the social, economic, political and cultural wellbeing of individuals and communities locally, nationally and globally through leadership in teaching, research and advocacy. A unique place to work, learn and grow, OISE addresses current and emerging challenges with the scale, academic excellence and collaborative energy that few institutions in the world can claim.
The Hospital for Sick Children, founded in 1875, is a major pediatric teaching hospital located on University Avenue in Toronto. It is affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Toronto. Since its establishment, the Hospital for Sick Children has been the leader in scientific research for children’s development and health as well as providing clinical services to the sick children of Canada and the world.
The Faculty of Education at the Queen’s University at Kingston in Canada was founded in 1907. Over 23,000 teachers and education professionals have graduated from the Faculty since 1907. The Faculty is located at Duncan McArthur Hall, an integrated educational complex that provides teaching and learning facilities, support services, and administrative offices under one roof on West Campus.
The Yale School of Medicine is the graduate medical school at Yale University. It was founded in 1810 as the Medical Institution of Yale College and formally opened in 1813. The primary teaching hospital for the school is Yale New Haven Hospital. The school is home to the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library, one of the largest modern medical libraries which is known for its historical collections. The faculty includes 70 National Academy of Sciences members, 47 National Academy of Medicine members, and 13 Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators.
Ryerson’s School of Early Childhood Studies prepares students for a range of careers working with young children and their families, as well as in the areas of early childhood research and policy.
Over the years, SEC earned a strong reputation as an innovator in care, education and services for young children and their families. Rewarding learning opportunities in the classroom and in the field, outstanding faculty, and a strong community provide the graduates with the skills and tools they need to excel in a variety of early childhood careers.
St. Lawrence College is a public college at Kingston Ontario. The Early Childhood Education Program at St. Lawrence College prepares graduates to work with children and their families in a variety of early childhood care and learning settings. The program combines theoretical study with practical experience in a variety of supervised field placements.
George Brown College is a public college at Toronto Ontario. The Early Childhood Education program at George Brown College combines classroom learning, with practical, hands-on experience experiential learning opportunities at one of their 12 college-managed child care lab schools or with one of our Greater Toronto Area service agency partners. These field placement opportunities help the students build confidence in their skills and give them practical experience in a real-world setting.
The Center for Language Acquisition & Precision Education (CLAPE) is an international cross-disciplinary institute established through the cooperation with a group of scholars and researchers from universities all over the world. CLAPE offers a platform for worldwide scholars to strengthen academic communications and cooperation, to transform academic findings and theories into practice, and to support cross-disciplinary studies and education reforms based on a solid foundation of evidence-based research.