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As the Toronto Catholic District School Board approves parking fees for teachers, board chair, Maria Rizzo claims the move is "a 'new part of reality' to ensure vital student programs continue" (1). The move comes after the Ford government announced its plans to cut one-billion dollars from education over the next four years. Rather than … Continue reading The True Cost of Teacher Parking
Today is temporary surplus day in the Toronto District School Board. But what does that mean? Sure, there are the #CutsHurtKids and #FordIsFailing hashtags going around Twitter, but aside from a few errant tweets, how will people actually be impacted? Despite the minister of education claiming that Ontario high school classes will only be increasing … Continue reading June 7th, 2019: Teacher Surplus Day
Introduction If you've been putting off learning Google Forms then it's time to take the plunge. A free training sessions will take place on NOVEMBER 22ND, 2018 for all Toronto District School Board teachers. Registration Registration is MANDATORY but also FREE! It can be completed through: https://keytolearn.tdsb.on.ca/keytoLearnStaff/Register/index.asp?courseid=519703 Sign up for TLT421-A to attend the session led by Michael Barltrop and Brian Harriman. Resources You will walk away … Continue reading November 22, 2018: Google Forms Training Session
Student Vote allows students to learn about Canadian democracy by taking part in a mock election. Through this initiative, students learn about the different parties in their local riding, while also walking through a realistic election process that will prepare them to cast their first official ballot when they read the age of maturity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZlp7VUG5Eo … Continue reading Student Vote in Canadian Classrooms