IN THIS ISSUE: Know your boundaries

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MARCH 2021

Know your boundaries.

Know your boundaries

What are the behaviours to avoid? This short video gives you tips on maintaining appropriate boundaries with students.
Further advice can be found in the College’s Professional Boundaries — An Advisory for Ontario Certified Teachers.
New reporting obligations for College members.
New reporting obligations for College members
The recently introduced Bill 229, or the Protect, Support and Recover from COVID-19 Act (Budget Measures), 2020, amended the College’s Act to include new reporting obligations for College members for offences, charges, bail conditions, or other restrictions.
Poll - What steps do you take to continue your professional learning?
Poll - What steps do you take to continue your professional learning?
Discover how your peers respond to that same question in the June issue of Professionally Speaking.
This poll encourages OCTs to share opinions and effective practices on educational topics related to professional practice.
Myth: All complaints against members are referred to the Investigation Committee of the College.
Fact: College staff investigates matters that relate to professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity.
The Investigation Committee screens complaints and makes a determination on how the complaint will be directed if not frivolous, vexatious or an abuse of process.
The power of memory.
The power of memory
This teacher uses three steps to help students retain information.


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