IN THIS ISSUE: Celebrate World Teachers Day on October 5
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Celebrate World Teachers Day on Oct 5
Celebrate World Teachers Day on October 5
The College is wishing you a Happy World Teachers’ Day! Caring and supportive teachers like you can inspire greatness in students. Read about some of Ontario’s most famous students, including Matt Galloway, Marci Ien and Yann Martel and the teachers who inspired them.
Responding to bullying
Responding to bullying
The College has released the new professional advisory Responding to the Bullying of Students for Ontario teachers. The publication provides advice on how to identify bullying and the professional responsibilities surrounding it — a need-to-know topic that Ontario Certified Teachers identified in College focus group research.
Run for College Council
Run for College Council
You’ve made an impact in your classroom? Serving on College Council could be the next step in your career.
Know more on how to run for one of 23 elected College Council positions. The College is visiting six Ontario locations in the fall. Meet with us and hear how you can serve your profession in a unique way.

Election sessions (3:45 – 5 p.m.):

  • October 5 (World Teachers’ Day) – Toronto
    101 Bloor Street West
  • October 24 – North Bay – 700 Lakeshore Drive
  • October 26 – Thunder Bay – 550 Harbour Expressway
  • October 30 – Peterborough – 150 George Street
  • November 1 – Windsor – 1855 Huron Church Road
  • November 2 – Ottawa – 200 Coventry Road
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Myth or Fact?
Myth or fact?
Only classroom teachers are members of the College.
The majority of College members are classroom teachers, but, for example, vice-principals, principals, supervisory officers and directors of education must also be certified teachers to hold the positions they do.
Mark your calendars
Mark your calendars

Are you interested in math, teen mental health or self-regulation? Register to hear education experts from the UK and Canada at the“researchED” conference in Toronto on November 10-11. Get some tips to use in your classroom.

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