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Master of Education: Curriculum & Pedagogy​

Explore and enhance your passion for teaching and learning.
Apply for a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in the Curriculum & Pedagogy program.

 
 

 

Critically examine issues that matter in education

The C&P Master of Education degree was designed for practicing teachers, librarians, health workers, and other educational professionals.

This program provides rich educational opportunities for advanced study in a variety of areas, including literacy, urban schools, educational technology, equity, mathematics, science, the arts, online learning, citizenship, comparative education, holistic education, instructional design and teacher development.

We are accepting applications for the full-time and part-time MEd degree for the 2020-21 academic year. 

Please be advised that the application deadline for the C&P full-time and part-time MEd is Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

Take MEd courses online! We offer a variety of online courses that examine different topics and areas of interest.  To view a sample of CTL online courses, please visit this page.

Please visit https://twitter.com/CtlOise to view our C&P Open House sessions! 

 

Master of Education Open House
Saturday, February 29 - 9:30am-1:30pm
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 252 Bloor Street West

Learn how a Master of Education degree can help you achieve your academic and professional goals at the OISE MEd Open House! Join us on Saturday, February 29 to learn more about the programs offered, the career possibilities upon graduation and for the opportunity to speak with OISE faculty and staff. Register online at 
uoft.me/oiseopenhouse

 

 


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Professional Growth

Discover new instructional approaches and new teaching ideas.

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Flexibility

Study part-time or full-time. Courses are offered year-round, day and evenings, with many courses online.

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World Renowned Faculty

Study alongside leading scholars and researchers thinking ​about issues that matter in education.