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The Standard for Great Teaching
March 2017
In this edition:
Address College Council
Celebrating great teaching
Seeking public perspectives
Helpful online resources
Creating inclusive schools
New teacher job prospects
In your community
College Speakers Bureau
Address College Council
Address College Council
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.
Celebrating Great Teaching
Celebrating great teaching

The College sets the standards of practice and the ethical standards for Ontario’s teaching profession. See how teacher-librarian Helen Wolfe, OCT, innovates and inspires at an inner-city school in Toronto.


Teaching Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Teaching students who are deaf or hard of hearing

The College is reviewing a teacher education course entitled Teaching Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. The perspectives, voices and experiences of the public are essential.


There are three ways you can participate:

  • take our survey
  • submit your thoughts in writing; or
  • through consultations with the College (Those interested may send an email to
Bookmark this
Bookmark this

Visit these online resources for parents and students:

Creating Inclusive Schools
Creating inclusive schools
Find out how schools across Ontario are taking steps to promote safe learning spaces for increasingly diverse student populations.
Jobs on the rise for new teachers
Jobs on the rise for new teachers

Since 2002, the College has been surveying teachers in their first years and tracking their experiences. Our 2016 Transition to Teaching study reports on employment statistics for Ontario teachers, providing invaluable information to educators and the public.

In the community
In the community

The College attends events to raise awareness of its role in protecting the public interest — which includes managing risks to protect student safety — and to promote the high standards to which our members aspire.


Have a question? Come talk with us at an event near you!

Connect with College Experts
Connect with experts
The College’s Speakers Bureau can connect you with College experts who can speak about professional standards and a variety of regulatory governance topics. This service is available across Ontario.