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How to maintain a professional use of e-communication and social media
How to maintain a professional use of e-communication and social media
The College has updated its professional advisory to Ontario Certified Teachers about using electronic communication and social media. Professional judgment and reflection are key.
We updated the definition of electronic communication to reflect a more contemporary meaning, and provided current examples. See the updates.
Don't miss your chance!
Don’t miss your chance!
The nomination period for election to the next Council ends on Friday, December 1 at 5 p.m. Submit now. The list of eligible candidates will be posted to on January 10. If you don’t run, be a voter. Voting opens March 5, 2018 and you must be in good standing to cast your ballots.
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Share your reasons for voting in the College’s 2018 Council election, then see how your peers respond to that same question in the March 2018 issue of Professionally Speaking.
The holiday break is a good time…
The holiday break is a good time… relax and reflect on your practice. Get ahead and borrow resources from the College’s library to read during the holidays. Want to explore another area of teaching or develop your leadership skills? Need tips on how to support students with anxiety?

The College's Margaret Wilson Library has extensive materials to support your practice. Go online, review our catalogue and have materials mailed to you. Then, mail them back free of charge using an enclosed pre-paid label. You can also borrow e-books through your Member’s Account.
Myth or fact?

Myth: All applicants for membership to the College must pass one of the approved language proficiency tests: TOEFL, IELTS or testCan.

Fact: All applicants for membership must provide evidence of language proficiency. This evidence may be provided, however, in a number of ways: successful completion of one of the three approved language proficiency tests, completion of a teacher education program for which the language of instruction was either English or French, or completion of elementary or secondary education and a post-secondary degree in which English or French was the language of instruction.
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