Sharpen the ability to address and assess complex problems of practice using a variety of theoretical and experiential lenses while learning in a supportive, tight-knit network of ambitious professionals that start and finish the degree together.
This program provides an overview of major equity and social justice issues that students may encounter in their everyday practice, including race, Aboriginality, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexuality, social class and poverty.
Offered in collaboration with International School Leadership Ltd., a subsidiary of the Ontario Principals’ Council, this degree is designed to meet the unique needs of active and aspiring international school leaders by providing a program that combines real-world knowledge with research-based frameworks.
Duration: 2 years online / 1 year onsite Deadline: Ongoing
Explore contemporary literacy concepts across the lifespan – from early childhood to elder-status – and focus on building the tools to create innovative literacy curriculum and pedagogies that can engage learners in meaningful literacy practices.
Courses link research and practice by using a practitioner-scholar approach, and assignments offer students the opportunity to apply knowledge and investigate authentic problems of practice related to mathematics education.
Acquire innovative skills and language pedagogy, and enhance English proficiency to develop the required competencies for becoming an effective English as a Second Language or English as a Foreign Language (ESL/EFL) teacher.
Study real-world problems of practice through multiple lenses and gain an appreciation of how theory and research can inform practice to increase an individual’s acceptance, inclusion, equity and learning outcomes.