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October is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and, specifically on October 24th, many organizations across Ontario will be promoting the understanding that “[e]very child and youth has a right to safety and well-being”. For Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECEs), that means ensuring you understand your legal obligations surrounding your duty to

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Social media is changing the way Registered Early Childhood Educators communicate in both their personal and professional lives. The Practice Note on Using Social Media looks at the risks and benefits for RECEs in using social media. What are some of the professional benefits to using social media? Social media

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The purpose of the CPL Portfolio is to ensure RECEs reflect on their practice and plan for, engage in, and document professional learning experiences linked to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. The Notice of CPL Program Requirements In June 2019, Council approved revisions to the Notice of

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The Ontario Human Rights Code guarantees the right to equal treatment in education without discrimination. To help RECEs create inclusive learning environments where all children can fully participate – to everyone’s benefit – the College has published its new Practice Guideline: Inclusion of Children with Disabilities. This practice guideline also

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This month, we wrapped up our #StandardsMatter series. Over the last year, #StandardsMatter  provided RECEs with resources, webinars and reflection questions on each of the six standards in the College’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Throughout the campaign, we had valuable engagement with our members who attended our