Joanne Arcand asks us to consider the UN Global Goals for Sustainability in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Karen Devonish-Mazzotta offers tips for ensuring the resources we share are culturally relevant and responsive, particularly when relying on resources that are found online.
Gordon Nore reflects on the challenges of teaching virtually and the benefits of making equity a priority.
David Stocker asks readers to consider how we are all inextricably linked to one another through economic relationships and how students can have critical conversations in math class.
Stephanie Fearon in conversation with Black queer mother, child and youth worker, PhD student and researcher Tanitiã Munroe.
Julie Millan and Leah Kearney have put together a great list of free virtual field trips to explore everything from glaciers and volcanoes to Canada’s history of residential schools.
This year has been like no other and I want to thank you for your incredible work in the classroom, whether in-person or virtual.
Throughout the past several months, ETFO members have shown incredible resilience, professionalism and caring, working to provide excellent public education to students across the province under very difficult circumstances.
There is no doubt that this teaching year is unlike any other we have had, with educators both adapting to teaching in a pandemic and advocating for public schools and students.
ETFO educators are in an unprecedented round of bargaining with a government intent on making drastic cuts to public education.
Mapping Ontario School Board Funding Cuts.
A positive outcome of the current provincial government’s first year in office has been increased public engagement by ETFO members around education-related issues.