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Education, Francophonies and Diversity

Education, Francophonies and Diversity: Introduction

The information is available in French at http://crefo.oise.utoronto.ca

Lead Faculty

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)

Participating Degree Programs

Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development—MA, MEd, PhD
Language and Literacies Education—MA, MEd, PhD
Social Justice Education—MA, MEd, EdD, PhD​

Overview

The Collaborative Specialization in Education, Francophonies and Diversity will critically examine educational issues in the context of Francophone linguistic minorities in Ontario, in Canada, and in the world, with the notions of equity, diversity, and minoritization at the core of this critical examination. The emphasis will be on understanding social practices in education, looking specifically at how difference gets constructed, problematized, and transformed.

Upon successful completion of the requirements of the home department and the collaborative specialization, students receive the notation “Completed Collaborative Specialization in Education, Francophonies and Diversity” on their transcript and parchment.

Contact and Address

Web: http://crefo.oise.utoronto.ca
Email: crefo.oise@utoronto.ca
Telephone: (416) 978-1977
Fax: (416) 926-4714

Collaborative Specialization in Education, Francophonies and Diversity
Centre de recherches en éducation franco-ontarienne (CREFO)
Ontario institute for Studies in Education
University of Toronto
252 Bloor Street West, 6th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1V6
Canada

Education, Francophonies and Diversity: Master's Level

Admission Requirements

  • Applicants must apply to and be accepted by both their home program and the Collaborative Specialization in Education, Francophonies and Diversity.

  • In addition to corresponding to all home program requirements, applicants must submit:

    • ​​​a curriculum vitae

    • a personal statement explaining how their program of study and specific research interests relate to Francophone linguistic minorities education.

Specialization Requirements

  • Complete the core course CRE 1001H Séminaire d’études : Éducation, francophonies et diversité (0.5 full-course equivalent [FCE]).

  • Complete two Education, Francophonies and Diversity elective courses (1.0 FCE).

  • Attend at least three sessions in the CREFO Conference Series. Students who are enrolled in an MA or MEd program with a Major Research Project (MRP) component must present their research paper at the CREFO Conference Series (SRM 3333H Master's Seminar Series).

  • Prepare a thesis or major research paper (depending on the requirements of the home department) which relates to the focus of the collaborative specialization. Students will be supervised by one of the collaborative specialization's core faculty in their home department.

Education, Francophonies and Diversity: Doctoral Level

Admission Requirements

  • Applicants must apply to and be accepted by both their home program and the Collaborative Specialization in Education, Francophonies and Diversity.

  • In addition to corresponding to all home program requirements, applicants must submit:

    • ​​​a curriculum vitae

    • a personal statement explaining how their program of study and specific research interests relate to Francophone linguistic minorities education.

Specialization Requirements

  • Complete the core course CRE 1001H Séminaire d’études : Éducation, francophonies et diversité (0.5 full-course equivalent [FCE]).

  • Complete two Education, Francophonies and Diversity elective courses (1.0 FCE).

  • Attend at least three sessions in the CREFO Conference Series. Students must present their research paper at the CREFO Conference Series (SRM 4444H Doctoral Seminar Series).

  • Prepare a thesis which relates to the focus of the collaborative specialization. Students will be supervised by one of the collaborative specialization's core faculty in their home department.

Education, Francophonies and Diversity: Courses

Not all courses are offered every year. Please consult the respective department's course schedule for details.

Core Course

​CRE 1001H
​Séminaire d’études : Éducation, francophonies et diversité

Elective Courses

​CTL 1000H​
​Fondements du l'étude des programmes scolaires
​CTL 1011H
L'éducation pour l'anti-oppression en milieu scolaire
​CTL 1304H
​Études culturelles et éducation
CTL 1306H
La recherche qualitative en éducation : bases théoriques et pratiques
CTL 1307H
Identité collective et éducation minoritaire de langue française
​CTL 3007H
Séminaire sur le langage et la communication
CTL 3011H
Bilinguisme et éducation
CTL 3018H
Politique et aménagement linguistique
​SJE 1900H
​Introduction à la sociologie de l'éducation
​SJE 1911H
Sociologie de l'éducation inclusive
​SJE 1951H
​L'école, la participation parentale et la communauté
SJE 3333H
​Master's Seminar Series—Compulsory Attendance
SJE 4444H Doctoral Seminar Series—Compulsory Attendance
JTE 1952H Langue, culture et éducation