President Dianne Woloschuk examines the issues that will be addressed at the
Education International World Congress which will take place for the first time
in Canada this July.
General Cassandra Hallett Dasilva explores the ways in which character education
can help students develop into more well-rounded, socially conscious people;
better than any standardized test could.
Canadian Teachers’ Federation has branched out to include a new Services to the
Profession. Get up to date on all of the department’s projects including
Imagineaction and Project Overseas.
of Francophone Services Ronald Boudreau discusses the tools needed to encourage
French language education in minority settings, in order to keep language
learning alive across the country.
poverty and child and youth mental health were noted as the two top priorities
for teacher advocacy in the upcoming federal election by over 5,000 teachers in
a CTF survey. How can teachers engage in a dialogue with federal election
candidates on these issues?
recent K-12 survey on the usage of networked technologies has found that
teachers use technology to support learning in a myriad of ways, from group
work to lesson support. Get the highlights of the survey here.