IN THIS ISSUE: Protecting Students Act passes
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The Standard for Great Teaching
December 2016
In this edition:
Protecting Students Act
Presenting to College Council
Your favourite teacher in a word
Celebrating Great Teaching
Member disciplinary decisions
Helpful online resources
In your community
College Speakers Bureau
Protecting Students Act passes
Protecting Students Act
In December, the provincial government passed Bill 37, the Protecting Students Act, bringing long-sought changes into law to protect students and to make the College’s investigation and hearings processes and practices more efficient and open.
Public presentations to Council
Present to 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.


In a word? Inspiring
In a word? Inspiring
We asked you to describe your favourite teacher in Just One Word, as part of our World Teachers Day (October 5) social media campaign. One in seven respondents chose the word “inspiring.” Check out our word cloud based on the 164 unique terms used to describe a memorable teacher.
Celebrate Great Teaching
Celebrating Great Teaching
The College sets the standards of practice and the ethical standards for Ontario’s teaching profession. See how Steve Revington, OCT, lays the groundwork for his Authentic Learning model.
Member Disciplinary Decisions on CanLII
Disciplinary decisions
The College is committed to transparency and accountability. That is why we have extended the ways in which you can access all disciplinary decisions involving members of the College. Decisions are now available on the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII), a searchable database operated by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada.
Bookmark this
Bookmark this

Visit these online resources for parents and students:

  • TVO’s mPower is a game that teaches K-6 math skills
  • Howeworkhelp offers online math help resource for Grades 7-10
  • Apps Analysis’s reviews of educational apps 
The College in the community
In the community

The College attends events to raise awareness of its role in protecting the public 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 at no cost.