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AT T H E C O L L E G E 11 September 2017 | Professionally Speaking PHOTOS: ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS; DENNI RUSSEL, DENNI RUSSEL PHOTOGRAPHY 21st-century degree • Mentors for the mind and heart Beyond the Ridge • World Ready • Purple Pride 905.294.7260 • www.niagara.edu/ontario ScheduLe A courSeS ABQ — Junior Division AQ — ScheduLe c courSeS Adapting Curriculum for the Catholic School System Teaching in the Catholic System Mathematics 7 and 8 Student Assessment and Evaluation Use and Knowledge Of Assistive Technology AQ — ScheduLe d courSeS PArt one, PArt two And SPeciALiSt: Teaching English Language Learners French as a Second Language Guidance and Career Education Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction Teacher Librarian Kindergarten Mathematics Primary/Junior Reading Special Education eXPAnd Your QuALiFicAtionS Increase your teaching credentials by earning an Additional Qualification from Niagara University. Our fully online, OCT accredited courses are offered during the fall, spring and summer for your convenience. Also offering: BAcheLor degree in teAcher educAtion mASter oF Science in educAtionAL LeAderShiP Exceptional preparation for emerging leadership opportunities. For more information, call 905.294.7260 or visit us online at www.niagara.edu/ontario. See more AQ courSeS At www.niAgArA.edu/AQ-courSeS ABQ — Primary Division #AQTWITTERCHAT GOLFING FOR A CAUSE Over the summer the College's Standards of Practice and Education staff held a Twitter chat on ecological sustaina- bility within teacher education. Educators provided input into the development of Additional Qualification guidelines via social media and through in-person consultation. Education stakehold- ers participated in the College's annual charity golf tournament in July. Proceeds go to the College's Teacher Scholarship Program, which awards schol- arships to exemplary teacher candidates. REGULATORS COME TOGETHER Regulators from across Canada gathered at the College for the Toronto regional CLEAR (Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation) symposium. College leaders spoke to the audience about anticipating and mitigating risk. SHOWING OUR PRIDE In June, College staff met with members of the public at Pride Toronto to inform them about the different ways in which the College sets the standard for great teaching in Ontario.

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