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University of Toronto students will soon be able to take a course about the South Korean dystopian drama Squid Game, which is Netflix’s most popular TV series ever.
‘Framework for foundational change’: U of T Scarborough publishes report on campus-wide curriculum review
The University of Toronto Scarborough is one important step closer to realizing an inclusive curriculum that focuses on the knowledge and perspectives of its Indigenous, Black and racialized communities.
A recently published report of the UTSC Campus Curriculum Working Circle 2020-2022 outlines 56 recommended actions for curriculum and teaching developments at U of T Scarborough.
Soon after Ariya Ahona began learning American Sign Language (ASL) at the University of Toronto, she realized that language would be only one of the many things she’d be learning.
That’s because in instructor David Wiesblatt’s class, students learn not only to sign, but to understand the values, norms and etiquette associated with Deaf culture. “If I hadn’t taken this class,” Ahona says, “I’d never have had the opportunity to see this whole other side of life.”