- OCEOTA Annual Holiday PartyPosted 4 days ago
All OCEOTA members are invited to an evening of laughter and festivity at
OCEOTA's Annual Holiday Party.
Thursday, December 6 at 5:00 PM
at Spin Kitchen, located at 100 Kent Street.
Mix, mingle and…
- Transgender Day of Remebrance (TDOR)Posted 5 days ago
November 20, 2018 is
Transgender Day of Remembrance
Commemorating the many, many transgender people who have been murdered or have taken their own lives.
Please see the poster below for information
about the vigil…
- ETFO Central Bargaining Goals SurveyPosted 2 weeks ago
You should have received the following message from Stratcom on behalf of ETFO. At the bottom of your email, there is a personal link for you to take the survey.
- Defensive Teaching
- Defensive Teaching WorkshopPosted 3 weeks ago
Defensive Teaching Workshop
Raising Awareness For OTs
Learn how to avoid career-destroying allegations and what steps you can follow if there is an allegation.
Thursday, November 22, 2018 5:00 pm - 6:30…
- Fewer than 100 Subsidies Remaining for Math A…Posted 7 months ago
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT AN OTF DECISION BUT A MINISTRY ONE!
Funding for AQ/ABQ subsidies provided to OTF through the Ministry of Education have now ended.
For Technology and Kindergarten AQs:
“Teaching is a very noble profession that shapes the character, caliber, and future of an individual. If the people remember me as a good teacher, that will be the biggest honor for me.” – APJ Abdul Kalam “Let us remember: … Continue reading
On the eve of Mental Illness Awareness Week (Oct 1-7) ETFO is announcing the release of a free, online resource for educators called Everyday Mental Health Classroom Resource. The resource can be accessed at: smh-assist.ca/emhc . This resource has been co-developed by School … Continue reading
Fall General Meeting Wednesday, October 10, 2018 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Confederation EC Library Register Now: https://goo.gl/forms/zyFsBz9902xMlEla2 * Approve our 2018/19 Budget * Receive the 2017/18 Financial Report * Receive ETFO Materials * Discuss Everyday Challenges OTs Face * Ask Questions and be … Continue reading
The following is an event organized by the provincial NDP. Regardless of your political persuasion, if you are opposed to Doug Ford’s enactment of the notwithstanding clause of the Charter Rights, this is an opportunity to stand with fellow Ontarians … Continue reading
2018 TRENT UNIVERSITY’S FALL AQ & ABQ ONLINE COURSES Fall Course Dates: October 5 – November 30 Registration Deadline: September 30 Register online at www.trentu.ca/aqcourses Course cost: $650 (or $625 for Trent grads and returning AQ students) Courses are … Continue reading
Ottawa Hands Off Workers’ Rights Day of Action – Sept 15 The Ontario Chamber of Commerce has come out calling on the Ford government to take-away not only the $15 minimum wage, but also our 2 paid sick days, right … Continue reading
App for new teachers Classtime helps occasional teachers keep track of where and when they worked, as well as when they get paid. You can download it for free on Google Play and on the App Store. “We recognize that more and more … Continue reading
All incidents of workplace violence or threats of violence must now be reported using the new OCDSB online violent incident reporting system. This online system replaces the Workplace Violence Reporting Form 733. Reporting Workplace Violence Instructions (also attached): OCDSB Online Violence Reporting … Continue reading
Making Math Moments That Matter Are you on a quest to empower your students to become resilient problem solvers in your mathematics classroom, but the varying levels of readiness make it feel impossible to reach every student? Learn how … Continue reading
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