Months of behind-the-scenes labour, consultation with
hundreds of teachers and members of the public, drafts and debate went into the standards
that Council approved in principle December 10.
Teachers now have a tool to help us explain the
complexities of our profession to people who are proposing simplistic quick-fix solutions
to the teacher shortage.
New Standards of Practice Put Ontario
Teachers at the Forefront of the Profession
Not So Golden Rule Days
Mordecai Richler is one of many distinguished graduates
of Montréals Baron Byng High School. Some of his teachers may share his ambivalence
about the school days depicted in the authors reflections for Professionally
The Quest for Coherence, Passion and
York Region District School Board Conference stresses
teacher connections to students and community.
Much Ado About Winnipegs Glenlawn Collegiate
The Manitoba School Improvement Program is a lot of
work, but its showing results.
College bulletins with need-to-know
information for Ontario teachers.
Native Culture Meets the
A hands-on experience for elementary students helped
shed stereotypes about teepees and how modern-day natives live as the new millennium
One, New Voice for
Will DTTO + OTDA + OTEA + OTECC
+ TECCO = TEAO?
Sorry I'm Late
Ever wonder why 12
students are late to your first period class every Monday? Why those who do make it on
time are continually dozing off?
High School at Home
What started as primary schooling for
children in remote Northern Ontario has changed to secondary education for adults
Real Boys and three recommendations for your PJ library.
Answers to the questions you are asking.
Geography at your fingertips - travel the world with your mouse
as your companion.
Professional news for members.
Conferences and events of interest to members of the profession.