Status of Women, Equity and Social Justice

  • To make accessing Executive Reports easier for all members, I will be adding them to the website as one pdf document for each meeting, under the President’s Report tab, beginning February 2018!

Please click the links and/or read below for reports!

Status of Women, Equity and Social Justice

2017-2018

Status of Women and Equity Report December 8, 2017

Status of Women and Equity Report October 17, 2017

2016-2017

Status of Women and Equity Annual Report 2017

Status of Women and Equity Report March 23 2017

Status of Women and Equity Report October 18 2016

Status of Women and Equity Report September, 2016

2015-2016

STATUS OF WOMEN AND EQUITY ANNUAL MEETING MAY 2016

Status of Women and Equity Report March 31, 2016

STATUS OF WOMEN AND EQUITY October 13 2015

STATUS OF WOMEN AND EQUITY SEPT 24 2015

2014-2015

Status of Women and Equity AM May 2015

Status of Women and Equity March 2015

Status of Women Oct 7, 2014 (report also given October 14, 2014)

Status of Women

2013-2014

Status of Women June 2014

Status of Women report may 2014

Status of Women Report March 2014

Status of Women Report February 2014

Status of Women Report October 17th 2013

2012-2013

Status of Women Report May 15 2013

 

Equity

2013-2014

June Equity Report 2014

Equity Report May 2014

Equity Report March 27, 2014

Equity Report February 2014

Equity Report October 17 2013

 

 

Upcoming Events!!!

And Still We Rise  -Registration available now on ETFO website  – to be held March 26, 27 and 28 /2014

 

Equity

Message from your Equity Chair…

There are so many helpful resources at our fingertips.  When teaching social justice in the classroom, here are four resources you might find helpful.

1.)    http://www.sharemylesson.com/

This is a website that provides pre-made lessons on a variety of topics submitted from teachers globally.  If you have a smashing lesson you would like to share, you can post it as well.

 

2.)    http://www.upworthy.com/

This website is an alternative to http://www.youtube.com; it provides video accounts of fantastic things happening around the world.  Sometimes the videos need to be checked for content, but there are many that deal with global issues in ways that challenge contemporary thought. From discovering Alice Guy-Blaché to advice from Mark Zuckerberg, you will find something inspirational for intermediate and senior level students.

 

3.)    http://www.oesc-cseo.org/English/Downloads/equityInclusivity/CompendiumOfResourcesFinalSep-12.pdf

This is a reference guide developed by Peel District School Board, which provides an extensive list of equity based resources relevant for Canadian educators.  The database is organized in a comprehensive and topic specific format.

 

4.)    http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/policyfunding/equity.pdf

This Ministry document titled “Ontario’s Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy” provides a framework of what makes for a truly inclusive classroom and includes steps taken on a ministry level to ensure that classrooms meet the needs of every unique individual.

 

Message from your Status of Woman Chair:

Last year we participated in the following:

Women in Action- again in conjunction with the contract teachers and DECE’s

This was a Part 1 workshop put on by ETFO as a weekend retreat at the Nottawasaga Inn to encourage women to become active in their union. Our cost was for 7 participants and 1 facilitator as well as goody bags and incidentals-$142.72
It will be offered again this year as well as Part 2 at the same time for those who have done Part 1
Keep checking the website!
We also sent a female student to the Ontario Educational Leadership Camp at a cost of $514.00
I, and another OT member attended And Still We Rise an ETFO sponsored group of workshops held in Toronto for women. A time of learning and fellowship.
Barb Gunn

 

 

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