Professional Standards and Designation
A Rotinonhsyón:ni Representation of the Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession is an educative resource designed to support critical exploration into the Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession.
The statements and descriptions that accompany the artwork produced for the Additional Qualification (AQ) Anti-Black Racism guidelines by Danilo Deluxo have been co-written by Danilo Deluxo McCallum (he/him) and Rukiya Mohamed (she/her).
This document contains essential information and advice for Ontario Certified Teachers that will help guide and inform your practice.
Professional inquiry empowers educators to become critically aware of the assumptions and beliefs that inform their decisions and actions.
The Ontario College of Teachers and the College of Early Childhood Educators are pleased to offer a new professional learning resource related to interprofessional collaboration and ethical leadership within the context of early 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.
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.
The Foundations of Professional Practice articulate a collective vision of professionalism for Ontario educators. Take a minute to reflect on what’s new in a recently revised version.
This guide is a narrative-based resource to help facilitate professional inquiry into the standards through mathematics.
Professional inquiry assists educators to critically explore practices that are laden and interwoven with multifaceted complex ethical dimensions.
The professional designation Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) was first approved by the Ontario College of Teachers in 2008.
The Ontario College of Teachers - the regulatory body for teachers - has a professional designation for all Ontario teachers in good standing... a first for teachers in Canada.
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.
Six Nations artist Elizabeth Doxtater worked in dialogue with members from Six Nations communities and in friendship with the Ontario College of Teachers to develop this resource in a way that inspires the ethical pursuit of Indigenous educational wellness.
A workbook for teachers to use on their own.
A two-sided poster listing the standards of practice and ethical standards that are the foundation of teaching in Ontario.