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MARCH 2020
In this edition:
College launches therapy and counselling program
Online resources for parents
Register now for the College conference
Celebrating great teaching
Invite a speaker
Come talk to us
In the community
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College launches therapy and counselling program
The College has introduced a program to help with the costs of therapy and counselling for students who have been sexually abused by teachers or involved in child pornography.
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Online resources for parents
  • The College’s brochure for parents is now available in several languages including Arabic, Ojibway and Chinese.
  • Canadian Parents for French provides resources, activities and other tools for youth to learn and use French.
  • Discover educational apps for students from K to 12 from our Apps Analysis.
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Register now for the College conference
Registration for the College’s Inspiring Public Confidence conference on June 2–3, 2020, in Toronto, is now open. Hear thought-leaders provide their insights on the latest trends in professional regulation and protecting the public interest. .
Lynne Charette
Celebrating great teaching
The teachers featured in our Great Teaching series embody the standards of practice and the ethical standards set out by the College. See why Lynne Charette, OCT, believes that setting the tone goes from principal to teacher to student.
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Myth: Most students are immune to bullying in school or online.
Fact: College research indicates that roughly six out of 10 students are victims of bullying, and only one in five report it to a teacher. See the College’s professional advice to teachers about responding to the bullying of students.
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Invite a Speaker
Looking for a speaker for your next school council meeting?
The College connects you with experts on teaching standards and other topics related to protecting the public interest. This service is available free across Ontario.
For more information, please email us.
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Come talk to us!
Do you have a topic related to the College’s work or activities that you would like to present to our Council? Council invites public presentations at its quarterly meetings and at its annual meeting of members in June.
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In the Community
The College attends events to raise awareness about its role to protect the public, which includes protecting students and promoting the high standards that guide our members.