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Council meets four times a year to oversee the College of Early Childhood Educator’s (College) activities in regulating the profession in the public interest. Here are highlights from the public portion of the Council meeting held on November 4 and 5, 2020. In the spotlight Anti-Racism – Council and staff

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The Discipline Committee hears matters regarding allegations of professional misconduct and/or incompetence which have been referred by the Complaints Committee following investigation. The College is mandated to publish a summary of its disciplinary decisions and reasons when the Discipline Committee makes a finding of guilt. These disciplinary decisions are published

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The Discipline Committee hears matters regarding allegations of professional misconduct and/or incompetence which have been referred by the Complaints Committee following investigation. The College is mandated to publish a summary of its disciplinary decisions and reasons when the Discipline Committee makes a finding of guilt. These disciplinary decisions are then

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While the pandemic has changed many facets of practice, one thing is certain: our resources are here to support and strengthen your practice approach. Our latest offerings can help you: Understand how professional supervision of your team can be an opportunity to enhance your practice; Learn about the relationship between

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As educators, we are called to honour diversity in the learning environment by taking each child’s background and experiences into account when designing learning activities and experiences. So how does this translate to regulatory governance? The varying perspectives on Council allow for more effective governance and strategic oversight, enabling the

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Identifying, confronting and disrupting racism is essential and complex; as a profession, we have work to do. This work can take many forms, including individual learning, building relationships and sharing experiences, developing curriculum, or advocating for change in sector. All of these activities can form part of RECEs’ CPL goals

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What is self-care? The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health defines self-care as doing things that help you relax, feel better and that you enjoy, especially during times of stress.  “Self-care can add meaning to your life while also supporting your health.” “Helpers need time to re-energize, refuel and indulge