Seven Myths About the Professional Learning Program

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Continuing Education Requirements Are Common 
College members wanted to know what kind of continuing education requirements other professionals face. > full article

Arts-Loving Rebel Brings Fresh Focus to Culture in the Classroom
An elementary school teacher pushes the right buttons as students hit the airwaves on a one-of-a-kind radio station in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. > full article

Meeting the Challenge of Global Postsecondary Education 
The landscape of postsecondary education is changing in Ontario, providing students with more opportunities to pursue an education tailored to their needs. > full article

Keep Them Guessing... and Engaged 
Students at Toronto's Humberside Collegiate rave about history teacher Mel Greif. The  engaging teacher became part of history himself when Adrienne Clarkson presented him with the 2001 Governor General's Award for Excellence in Teaching History. > full article

Here Comes the Judge 
Thousands of Ontario students get to meet the real people working in Ontario's justice system -- from judges to court reporters -- thanks to the Courtrooms and Classrooms Program. > full article

Spreading the Word 
Teachers find inspiration and recognize what's special about them in the Standards of Practice for the Teaching Profession. Workshops across the province connect the standards and teachers' personal stories. > full article

Exhibiting Confidence 
Lucie Legault-Shrider's teaching is filled with art, confidence, and real commitment to students. Last year, she was chosen as one of the Toronto Sun's 10 teachers of the year among more than 1,200 nominations. > full article

Highlights of the 2001 Annual Report
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