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June 4, 2021 27 min

Have you ever thought about getting a Ph.D in education? Have you ever wondered the following:

  • How much will it costs? Can I afford it?
  • Should I do it part time or full time?
  • Why have other teachers gotten their Ph.Ds?
  • What can I do with the degree?
  • I want teach a teachers college one day. Do I need a Ph.D? 
  • This is actually a two part episode. In part 1, we speak to Celeste Kirsh and Dr. Sarah Morrison.

    Celeste is a middle school teacher in Toronto and is about to start her Ph.D at OISE in the fall. We talk to her about the thought process and decision making that went involved behind this major life decision! If you love listening to Celeste, you can hear more of her on her own education podcast called "Teaching Tomorrow". You find can that podcast on Apple, Spotify, and all streaming services. 

    Dr. Sarah Morrison is a music teacher and she completed her Ph.D at OISE. We talk to her about what she spent four years studying, why she got the degree, and her role as an adjunct professor at Queens University.

    In part 2 of this series, we will speak to Kathy Hibbert, the Associate Dean at Western University's Teachers College program. You can listen to that episode on Monday June 7th.

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