Please see the flyer below for the Sexual Diversity Studies and Education film festival, Saturday June 6th. The festival was well attended.
A SPRING GET TOGETHER!
Join us for a spring get together for CUS Associates and graduate students with Austrailian scholar, Jo Lampert
Date: Friday April 24, 2015
Time: 1-3 pm
Location: Room 11-164, OISE
Jo Lampert is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Education, School of Cultural and Professional Learning at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane Australia. She is also the
TESOL 2015 CONFERENCE
Thursday March 26 at 2:00pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Room 718A
Hong Kong, Canada by Tara Goldstein will be performed at the TESOL conference. Performers will be undergraduate and graduate students at OISE and the University of Toronto.
FREE YOUR MIND: A HIP HOP Education STEMposium
March 27 and 28, 2015
due to job action at OISE/UT
at Central Tech, 725 Bathurst Street
CUS is a co-sponsor for this event which brings together students, educators,
hip hop academics, and the GTA's finest hip hop education workshop facilitators
As a co-sponsor of this event, The Centre for Urban Schooling invites you to attend FREE YOUR MIND- A HIP HOP EDUCATION STEMPOSIUM on Friday evening, March 27 and Saturday, March 28. Please check out the event website at
CONFERENCE PANEL PRESENTATION
February 27-28, 2015
36th Annual Ethnography and Education Research Forum
Inequality, Poverty, and Education: An Ethnographic Invitation
Critical Practitioner Research Across Urban Contexts: Inquiries into Supporting the Learning of Racialized and Historically Marginalized Students (2015).
Panelists: Robert Simon, Nicole West-Burns, Karen Murray, Airyn Stephens, Austen Koecher and William Edwards.
Penn Graduate School of Education
3700 Walnut Street
FILM SCREENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION of AFTER NIGHT
February 19, 2015 6-7:30PM
OISE/University of Toronto
Nexus Lounge, 12th floor, Room 12-130
In 2013, 30 youths and teachers in Toronto created an exhibition of paintings in response to the book Night (1960), a record of Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel’s experiences in the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps. The artworks included triangles painted on book pages in colors and patterns the artists chose to represent their visions of diversity and solidarity with victims of intolerance.
The 25-minute documentary film After Night tells the story of this project from the perspectives of the people involved in it.
- Book Launch - Kathleen Gallagher's Why Theatre Matters - cosponsored by The Centre for Urban Schooling and The Centre of Media and Cultre in Education - November 6th, 2014.
A public screening and talk by New York filmmaker Sam Zalutsky on experiential holocaust education - cosponsored by The Centre for Urban Schooling and The Centre of Media and Culture in Education - October 28, 2014
The Centre for Urban Schooling and The Centre for Media and Culture in Education present:
a screening of
HOW TO MAKE IT TO THE PROMISED LAND
By New York filmmaker - Sam Zalutsky
Followed by a discussion about Experiential Learning for Social Justice Education.
A public poetry performance and talk by renown children’s author, poet and educator Lesléa Newman on homophobic bullying and violence in schools - October 20-23, 2014