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3 March 2017 | Professionally Speaking M A R C H 2 0 1 7 38 22 UPFRONT 7 AT THE COLLEGE 9 FROM THE CHAIR 11 REGISTRAR'S REPORT 12 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 15 CONNECTIONS In Your Profession; In Your Classroom; Tools of the Trade — eight ideas for combining technology with the arts. DEPARTMENTS 22 GREAT TEACHING Teaching veteran Helen Wolfe, OCT, innovates and inspires at an inner-city school in Toronto. 26 REMARKABLE TEACHER Olympic swim sensation Penny Oleksiak celebrates the teacher who keeps her focused on her studies. 56 FINAL EXAM Murdoch Mysteries' Yannick Bisson on dunce caps, Dead Poets Society and the day his daughter graduated. RESOURCES 41 REVIEWS Don't Tell, Don't Tell, Don't Tell; Breakthrough; Teaching Globally; P.L.A.N. for Better Learning; Lost & Found; Frankencrayon 45 TECH CLASS Min Min Tong, OCT, uses social media to connect with parents and teachers in a remote community. GOVERNING OURSELVES 47 Scholarship Recipients/College News/Membership Fees/Council Meetings/Investigation Committee Case Study/Hearings FEATURES 30 KEEPING STUDENTS SAFE The Protecting Students Act brings long-sought changes into law to make the College's investigations and hearings processes more efficient and open. 35 JOB PROSPECTS HOLD STEADY FOR FUTURE OCTs The College's 2016 Transition to Teaching report. 38 FROM STUDENT TO TEACHER Three past College scholarship recipients share lessons learned from their first years in the teaching profession. PHOTO: MARKIAN LOZOWCHUK; ILLUSTRATION: MARTIN O'NEILL/THREE IN A BOX

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