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Session 5

Photos from Wednesday

Here is a selection of photos from Sessions 5 and 6 by official photographer Kathryn Gaitens.

ETFO Guide to Culturally Relevant and Responsive Pedagogy

Cover: Respond and Rebuild - The ETFO Guide to Culturally Relevant and Responsive Pedagogy

ETFO is excited to launch a new resource titled Respond and Rebuild: The ETFO Guide to Culturally Relevant and Responsive Pedagogy. As a progressive union with Social Justice at the core of our values, our teaching and learning is centered on the need to ensure equitable outcomes for all students, regardless of background, identity or […]

Beratunde Thurston, Social Justice Speaker

  American writer, commentator and cultural critic Beratunde Thurston talked about stories and the power they have to tell us who we are and who we can be. He spoke specifically on stories about Black people in the U.S. as they are represented on social media, which Thurston began collecting and diagramming to look for […]

Campbell re-elected as First Vice-President

Karen Campbell

  Karen Campbell from the Elementary Teachers of Toronto Local has been re-elected as ETFO’s First Vice-President. Campbell was first elected to this position in 2017. She joined the Provincial Executive in 2009 and served as Vice-President from 2015-2017. The following release was sent to media this afternoon: Toronto teacher Karen Campbell re-elected First Vice-President […]

Shelley Morse, CTF President

CTF President Shelley Morse

  Shelley Morse brought greetings on behalf of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation. She spoke about the responsibility CTF has in Ottawa to speak with a united voice for all teachers. “Our federation mirrors who we are as a union,” she said, “a grand mosaic of our identities and perspectives.” “ETFO is a strong and respected […]

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