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7 September 2020 Professionally Speaking AT THE COLLEGE PHOTOS: THE ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS The College is the self-regulating professional body for Ontario teachers. Membership is open to anyone qualified to teach in the province and required to maintain an Ontario teaching certificate. The College is trusted to regulate the teaching profession by setting standards of practice and accrediting teacher education programs. The College also sets the requirements for entry into the profession, investigates complaints involving members and takes appropriate disciplinary action. CHAIR Nicole van Woudenberg, OCT VICE-CHAIR Tim Gernstein, OCT MEMBERS Charles Dimitry Abraham, OCT; Diane Ballantyne, OCT; Paige Bennett, OCT; John Cammarata; Bob Cooper, OCT; Chantal Côté, OCT; Irene Dembek, OCT; Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, OCT; Dr. Richard Filion; Rebecca Forte, OCT; Melissa Gaffen, OCT; Erin Glen, OCT; Mary Ellen Gucciardi, OCT; John Hamilton, OCT; Jacqueline Karsemeyer, OCT; Tim Kwiatkowski, OCT; Todd Lalonde; Colleen Landers; Élaine Legault; Marlène Marwah; Michelle Miner-Seal; Mary-Anne Mouawad, OCT; Sara Nouini, OCT; Bonnie Oakes Charron; Wanda Percival; Tom Potter; Nicola Powadiuk, OCT; Vincent Rinaldo, OCT; Jonathan Rose; Nancy Saunders, OCT; Stéphane Vallée, OCT; Jennifer Wyatt, OCT; Stephen Zimmermann, OCT CEO & REGISTRAR Michael Salvatori, OCT (currently on leave) DEPUT Y REGISTRAR Chantal Bélisle, OCT DIRECTORS Roch Gallien, OCT, Standards of Practice and Accreditation Linda Lacroix, OCT, Director of Investigations and Hearings Richard Lewko, Corporate and Council Services Linda Zaks-Walker, OCT, Membership Services College Council 1 2 3 4 While College staff members con- tinued to practise physical distancing over these past several months, they still managed to connect with teacher candidates, administrators and the public through online presentations and events, offering information about the work of the College, answering questions and supporting the safety of Ontario students. 1–2) The College presented to members of the Association of Education Registrars of Ontario Universities. 3) College Deputy Registrar Chantal Bélisle spoke with Supervisory Officer's Qualification Program candidates at an event hosted by the Association des gestionnaires de l'éducation franco-ontarienne. 4) Representatives from the College connected with teacher candidates in the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program at Queen's University.

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