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Students are encouraged to be media makers and creators for Media Literacy Week 2016

April 28, 2016

OTTAWA – MediaSmarts, Canada’s leading centre for digital and media literacy and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), today announced this year’s theme for Media Literacy Week, from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, will focus on hands-on media creation for children and teens.


Please join educators from around the world in the #TellPearson campaign this week

April 25, 2016

Educators and supporters of public education are invited to join a global social media campaign in support of publicly funded education and to pressure Pearson to change its business practices.


A new tool for early childhood education in Francophone minority settings

April 21, 2016

OTTAWA – The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is pleased to launch today a new tool for early childhood education in Francophone minority settings. The launch takes place during the meeting of Tripartite Committee coordinated by the Fédération nationale des conseils scolaires francophones (FNCSF), April 20-21 in Montréal.


PM Trudeau responds to questions by teacher leaders across Canada

April 19, 2016

OTTAWA – For the first time in its history, a sitting Prime Minister has addressed the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) Board of Directors in Ottawa. The CTF teacher leaders of 16 teacher organizations from across Canada welcomed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to their meeting at their national office today, on his six-month anniversary of being elected to power.


Study shows Canadian teachers very positive about technology in their classrooms, while facing challenges to successful implementation

April 05, 2016

As part of its ongoing study Young Canadians in a Wired World, MediaSmarts, Canada's centre for digital and media literacy, partnered with the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) and its Member organizations to survey online more than 4,000 teachers across Canada about technology use in their classrooms. The findings, released in the report Connected to Learn: Teachers' Experiences with Networked Technologies in the Classroom, show a high adoption of various technologies in Canadian classrooms, while highlighting the challenges and barriers for teachers and students alike.


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