Standard 7: Life-long Learning

Educators engage in professional development and reflective practice, understanding that a hallmark of professionalism is the concept of professional growth over time. Educators develop and refine personal philosophies of education, teaching and learning that are informed by theory and practice. Educators identify their professional needs and work to meet those needs individually and collaboratively. Left … Continue reading Standard 7: Life-long Learning

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Standard 6: Subject Areas

Educators understand the curricular, conceptual and methodological foundations of education and of the subject areas they teach. Educators must be able to communicate effectively in English or French. Educators teach students to understand relevant curricula in a Canadian, Aboriginal, and global context. Educators convey the values, beliefs and knowledge of our democratic society. Artifacts: 1. … Continue reading Standard 6: Subject Areas

Standard 5: Effective Teaching Practices

Educators have the knowledge and skills to facilitate learning for all students and know when to seek additional support for their practice. Educators thoughtfully consider all aspects of teaching, from planning through reporting, and understand the relationships among them. Educators employ a variety of instructional and assessment strategies. This artifact is a screenshot of a … Continue reading Standard 5: Effective Teaching Practices

Standard 4: Role of Parents and Home

Educators understand, respect and support the role of parents and the community in the education of students. Educators communicate effectively and in a timely manner with parents and consider their advice on matters pertaining to their children. Artifact: letter to parents, personal profile, and field trip photo. In consideration of the teachers’ job action during … Continue reading Standard 4: Role of Parents and Home

Standard 1: Value and Care for All Children

Educators are responsible for fostering the emotional, esthetic, intellectual, physical, social and vocational development of students. They are responsible for the emotional and physical safety of students. Educators treat students with respect and dignity. Educators respect the diversity in their classrooms, schools and communities. Educators have a privileged position of power and trust. They respect … Continue reading Standard 1: Value and Care for All Children