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CAPSLE 2011: Electronic Communication and Social Media - the New Frontiers

CAPSLE 2011: Electronic Communication and Social Media - the New Frontiers

The proliferation of social media and electronic communication in the past few years has compelled individuals, groups and organizations in all domains to consider their use and impact. Education is no exception. In this paper, we will provide a discussion of what social media and electronic communications are and how they are used as well as the general benefits and disadvantages associated with these forms of communication, with a specific focus on privacy implications.

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How does a teacher become licenced to teach in Ontario? Do you know what contributes to the expertise of your child’s teacher?

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Serving on Council

Ontario’s teaching profession regulates itself. This means that the people of Ontario trust teachers to govern their own profession using their collective specialized knowledge, skills and experience.

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Stephen Lewis delivers keynote

“We want to go to school!” This is what children of war countries from all over the world told humanitarian Stephen Lewis who opened the College conference in the fall. But the reasons are different than you might think. Hear what they shared with him and what Lewis had to say about public education, controversy and the role of the College.

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