Ongoing Professional Learning
This guide is a case-based resource to help facilitate professional inquiry into inclusive educational leadership practices through exploring professional experiences of school principals.
The College appoints an accreditation panel to conduct a comprehensive review of each teacher education program including interviews and observations.
For course providers, outlines requirements of four courses (classroom management, professional boundaries, stress and anger management and ethical practice), which members may be required to complete.
The video profiles an educator in Manitoulin Island who, after years of overcoming life challenges, has helped numerous First Nations children gain an education. The discussion guide and video are designed to enhance professional practice in incorporating First Nation, Métis and Inuit perspectives into teaching.
Describes how to use a narrative inquiry approach, using five vignettes written by new teachers.
Outlines the project and booklets and describes the role of the standards and the benefits of using the case method.
Using a story written by a new teacher, describes how to use the case method.
Outlines five steps to creating a professional learning session based on the standards.
A synopsis of insights gathered from beginning and teacher mentors during the project.
Report of the two-year review of teachers' qualifications, including 66 recommendations to the government for changing and updating courses for pre-service and in-service teacher education.
Members recognize that a commitment to ongoing professional learning is integral to effective practice and to student learning. Professional practice and self-directed learning are informed by experience, research, collaboration and knowledge.
Prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR) is a process that allows applicants to demonstrate prior learning for all or parts of the Supervisory Officer’s Qualification Program (SOQP).
Subject associations play a vital role in education. They offer conferences, workshops, newsletters and an array of learning resources.
Exploring the Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession through Anishinaabe Art is an educative resource designed to support exploration into the Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession.
Exploring the Standards of Practice for the Teaching Profession through Anishinaabe Art is a teacher education resource designed to support inquiry into the Standards of Practice for the Teaching Profession.
Strengthening the Vision: A Discourse on the Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession is an inquiry-based resource inspired by the reflective writing of one member of the Ontario teaching profession.
For program providers, outlines application and accreditation requirements and process.
Resource for providers, including application and proposal requirements, details about accreditation, and application information.