Latinx Youth


Expression of Interest - Equity Studies Program for Latin American Students

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Latinx Youth


Expression of Interest - Equity Studies Program for Latin American Students

Earn a grade 12 social science credit, "Equity Studies: From Theory to Practice" (HSE4M) or "Challenge and Change in Society" (HSB4U). 

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This unique program begins on Tuesday, February 6th and runs Tuesdays and Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m until June 12th, 2018. The program will take place at the Aboriginal Education Centre at 16 Phin Avenue, Toronto, ON.

Priority will be given to Latin American students. There are a limited number of spots.

If you are interested in applying for this course, please fill out the form below. We will be in touch with you regarding full registration for the course and to answer any of your questions.

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Las clases se llevarán acabo los martes y miércoles de 4:30 a 7:30 p.m empezando el 6 de Febrero y concluyendo el 12 de Junio.

 La prioridad será para estudiantes latinoamericanxs, ya que el cupo es limitado.

Si desea participar en el curso, por favor complete el formulario con sus datos y nosotros estaremos en contacto con instrucciones de como registrarse y para responder sus preguntas. 

More information about the project:

The equity studies program for students of Latin American heritage is a continuation of Proyecto Latin@, a participatory action research initiative for which students receive school credit as well as a first year undergraduate credit from York University.

-The course will be co-taught by a TDSB teacher, Dr. Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández (OISE), Jennifer Wemigwans (York)and Diana Barrero (OISE graduate student).

- Students enrolled will participate in the development of research projects that will provide them with training in social science research methods with an emphasis on Decolonial and Indigenous methodologies.

-Students will be provided with dinner every class and will receive monthly payments for their work as researchers.

-Prerequisite: Any university, college, or university/college preparation course in social sciences and humanities, English, or Canadian and world studies

 

Más información sobre el proyecto:

A través de una colaboración entre el TDSB, OISE, y York University y conocido anteriormente como Proyecto Latin@, este año el programa ofrecerá el curso llamado, “Equity Studies: From Theory to Practice” (HSE4M) y Challenge and Change in Society (HSB4U) . En esta iniciativa de investigación-acción participativa (IAP), los estudiantes serán entrenados en métodos y técnicas de investigación en las ciencias sociales con un enfoque en metodologías Indígenas y decoloniales para así poder desarrollar sus proyectos basados en sus propios intereses.

Antes de empezar el curso y como requisito, los estudiantes deben haber completado al nivel de U/C/M un curso de ciencias sociales y humanidades, Ingles, o estudios Canadienses y globales.

Además de un docente del TDSB, el profesor Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández y la estudiante Diana Barrero de OISE facilitarán este curso.

Indigenous Youth


Expression of Interest - Indigenous Studies Program for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youth

Indigenous Youth


Expression of Interest - Indigenous Studies Program for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youth

You can earn a grade 11 or 12 social science credit, "Current Aboriginal Issues in Canada" (NDA3M) or Issues of Indigenous Peoples in a Global Context (NDW4M)

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We are looking for Indigenous students in Tkaronto who are interested in participating in a night school course (Current Aboriginal Issues in Canada - NDA3M or Issues of Indigenous Peoples in a Global Context - NDW4M) where they will gain research skills and get paid to do research about issues that matter to them.

The course will be offered starting in February 6 2017 on Tuesday and Wednesday nights from 4:30-7:30 PM. Dinner and TTC tickets will be provided each week.

The course will be co-taught by Indigenous people from York University and the Toronto District School Board, and a non-Indigenous faculty from OISE/University of Toronto.

The course will be co-taught by a TDSB teacher, and Jennifer Wemigwans (York University).

If you are interested in applying for this course, please fill out the form below. We will be in touch with you regarding full registration for the course and to answer any of your questions.

More details about the project:

- This course is part of a youth participatory action research project, a partnership between the Centre for Urban Schooling at OISE/University of Toronto, York University, and the Toronto District School Board.
- Students enrolled will participate in the development of research projects that will provide them with training in social science research methods with a focus on Indigenous and Decolonial methodologies.
- Prerequisite: Grade 10 Canadian History (Open) OR Grade 10 Aboriginal Peoples in Canada (Academic or Applied).