Video conferencing adds a new dimension to the way we connect with friends and family. When used effectively, it can also be a valuable tool in aiding instruction as it can enhance students’ learning and keep them engaged while supporting their mental health, particularly when they are isolated from classmates, friends and extended family.
Parent, teacher or student -- it's your College, and we'd like to show you around.
Check out our College Tour video. It highlights the inner workings of the College and the people who make it happen.
Many thanks to the enthusiastic students of the Fletcher's Meadow Secondary School film program who helped us make this video. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the whole crew and students in action. Popcorn optional.
A graphic representation of the vision of the educator and the vision of the learner that forms the foundation of Additional Qualification courses.
In this 14-minute video, First Nations elders, an Inuit elder and a Métis senator share personal stories of tragedy, experience, wisdom and cultural identity. Their words underline the importance of understanding our Canadian history and the experiences First Nations, Inuit and Métis students bring to our classrooms.
These stories will help educators enhance their professional knowledge and practice.
The Ontario College of Teachers developed this resource to support the development of Additional Qualifications course guidelines.