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The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is sending 53 teachers to nine countries across the Caribbean and Africa to work with resident teacher colleagues. The endeavour is part of CTF’s annual Project Overseas (PO), which celebrates its 57th anniversary this summer.
QPAT wishes to fill a position on its professional staff specializing in matters connected to the professional side of teaching.
Presented in conjunction with the reflection on vocational training conducted by Sébastien Proulx, Minister of Education, Recreation and Sport QPAT Brief: Building Vocational Training for the 21st Century
REMINDER: If you have received a link to fill out the QPAT survey on violence, kindly take few moments to fill it out. This data will be essential in helping us improve the working conditions and the quality of life for all our members
Nominations are invited for the following positions on the QPAT Executive for 2018‑2020: PRESIDENT GENERAL CHAIRPERSON TREASURER SECRETARY THREE (3) MEMBERS-AT-LARGE Each nomination must be signed by at least fifteen (15) active members drawn from at least two (2) locals of QPAT, accompanied by the curriculum vitae of the nominee and his/her consent in writing. [...]
November 8 and 9, 2018 60 to 75 minutes workshop Location: Hyatt Regency Montréal Workshop Proposal Form
This year, “Women and Union Leadership” is the theme of the CTF Women’s Symposium hosted by the Prince Edward Island Teachers’ Federation in Charlottetown, May 6-9. This year’s Symposium will examine challenges and successes faced by women in leadership roles within teacher organizations. Women from across the country will have the opportunity to exchange ideas [...]
Teachers: Here are 10 ideas to celebrate World Radio Day on February 13, 2018 Radio is still the most dynamic, reactive and engaging medium there is, adapting to 21st century changes and offering new ways to interact and participate. Where social media and audience fragmentation can put us in media bubbles of like-minded people, radio [...]