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4 Professionally Speaking | June 2018 Professionally Speaking is published quarterly by the Ontario College of Teachers to inform its members about the activities and decisions of the College. The magazine provides a forum for discussion of issues relevant to the future of teaching and learning, teachers' professional learning and standards of practice. The views expressed in the articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the College. Reproduction, in whole or in part, of articles from this issue of Professionally Speaking is encouraged. Please credit the Ontario College of Teachers and Professionally Speaking, June 2018. Letters to the editor and submissions on topics of interest to the profession are welcome. Unsolicited manuscripts cannot be returned. Subscriptions are available for $10/year in Canada ($20/year outside Canada). Please contact oct-oeeo.ca/subscribe. For College members, Professionally Speaking is included in the annual membership fee. ISSN 1206-8799 Canadian Publications Mail Product Sales Agreement No 40064343 Address Return undeliverable Canadian addresses to: Professionally Speaking, Ontario College of Teachers, 101 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON M5S 0A1; ps@oct.ca. Advertising Dovetail Communications t. 905-886-6640 f. 905-886-6615 e. psadvertising@dvtail.com Publication of an advertisement in Professionally Speaking does not constitute an endorsement by the College of any advertiser's product or service, including professional learning opportunities. Printing Printed with vegetable-based inks on FSC®-certified stock at Transcontinental Printing, Owen Sound, ON. Professionally Speaking is proud to participate in Ontario's Blue Box Recycling Program through Stewardship Ontario. 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S 39 E S P R I X D U M A G AZ I N E C A N A D I E N 39 T H N A T I O N A L M A G AZ I N E A W AR D S Editorial Board Jean-Luc Bernard, OCT; Tim Gernstein, OCT; Godwin Ifedi; Myreille Loubert, OCT (Chair); Anthony Samchek, OCT (Vice-Chair) Publisher Richard Lewko Editor-in-Chief William Powell Managing Editor Kristin Doucet Senior Editor Leata Lekushoff Copy Editor Geri Savits-Fine Translation Thomas Brouard; Geneviève Dubé; Mélissa Dufour; Luci English; Julie Fournel; Lori Hall; Pamela Lipson; Eleanor Paul; Yvan Pineault; Véronique Ponce; Karine Schweitzer; Francine Tardif; Stéphanie Tétreault Contributors Gabrielle Barkany, OCT; Angela De Palma, OCT; Wendy Harris (reviews); Brian Jamieson; Michael Salvatori, OCT; Olivia Yu Circulation Kerry Walford Art Direction, Design and Production Studio 141 Inc.: Dave Curcio (President and Creative Director); Hannah Browne (Associate Art Director); Jennifer Shaw (Studio Manager) Studio 141 Inc. 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