Ford
Posted 8 hours ago

Beyond the smoke and mirrors –
what’s really going to happen in our classrooms?
A statement by Diane Dewing, President of the
Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF)

 
The recent announcement by the Ontario Minister of…

OTF: What’s Really Going to Happen in Our Cla…
Rally
Posted 3 days ago

On Friday, March 22 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, frontline workers fron CHEO and their OPSEU president will be holding a rally at the office of Children, Community and…

Info Meeting & Rally for Children with Autism
clc
Posted 3 weeks ago

On Tuesday, 354 members of the Canadian Labour Congress met with members of Parliament to lobby for two important initiatives... a Universal Pharmacare Plan and for Bankruptcy Laws to protect…

D Wildman & the CLC Lobby MPs
Limited Number of Subsidies Available for Math AQs/ABQs
Posted 2 months ago

Limited number of subsidies available for Math AQs/ABQs Limited number of subsidies available for Math AQs/ABQsIf you successfully completed an AQ/ABQ or undergraduate prerequisite Math course by December 31, 2018, you…

Limited Number of Subsidies Available for Mat…
emails
Posted 4 weeks ago

Our OCEOTA delivery system for member only emails has been closed.
We are using a new google account "oceotapres@gmail.com". When you receive an email from this account via SendPulse, please do…

Change to Every Member Emails – Presidents Up…
Stewards' Mailing
Posted 4 months ago

ETFO stewards' mailings are now available online. These are the posters and upcoming events which you see on staff bulletin boards. Unless stated otherwise, all information is for both OTs…

Stewards’ Mailings from ETFO
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Limited Number of Subsidies Available for Math AQs/ABQs

Limited number of subsidies available for Math AQs/ABQs  Limited number of subsidies available for Math AQs/ABQsIf you successfully completed an AQ/ABQ or undergraduate prerequisite Math course by December 31, 2018, you may be eligible for a subsidy. The Ministry of Education, … Continue reading

Use of Technology as a Teacher

Our society is immersed in technology. While much of it is helpful, there are several pitfalls of which teachers need to be aware. Please familiarize yourself with the dos and don’ts of online technology. The links below are guidelines and … Continue reading

Women’s March January 19

Come join your OCEOTA Executive this Saturday, January 19 in the third annual Ottawa Women’s March! The march starts at 11 AM at Parliament Hill and the theme is Ending Gender Based Violence. The goal of the march is to … Continue reading

LGBTQ Awareness in Primary Classrooms

OCEOTA presents:LGBTQ Awareness in Primary Classrooms This ETFO workshop is designed to assist educators to explore issues of homophobia and heterosexism, and to find the courage and understanding to include all children and families in our schools and the global … Continue reading

Pregnancy/Paternity/Adoption Workshop

Once again, OC ETFO has invited OCEOTA members to participate in the following: Pregnancy/Paternity/Adoption Workshop Date: Monday, January 14, 2019 Place: Confederation Education Centre, Cafetorium, 1645 Woodroffe Ave Time: 4:30-6:30pm Presenter: Lorna Larmour, ETFO REGISTER AT: https://tinyurl.com/JanuaryPPA

PL Workshop: MAKING A DIFFERENCE Cancelled Due to Weather

PL Workshop: MAKING A DIFFERENCE – Supporting Positive Behaviour in Elementary SchoolsThis workshop provides practical information and strategies for consciously teaching, supporting and reinforcing positive behaviour in classrooms. Date: January 23, 2019 Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm (light meal at 4:30 pm) … Continue reading

Building Brighter Futures Together Survey

The OCDSB is developing a new 4 year strategic plan and we have an opportunity to share our thoughts in the “Thought Exchange”  survey. It is important that OTs voice their ideas and comment on  ideas presented by others. This is … Continue reading

December 6th – National Day of Remembrance – Ottawa Vigil 2018