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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

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Q: The College’s Practice Note on Play-Based Learning supported my understanding of the importance of it, but how can I communicate the value of play-based learning to families and colleagues? Standard II in the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice says that, “RECEs use appropriate and effective communication strategies

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Melanie Dixon is an RECE in Toronto, Ontario. She is the Director of Professional Practice at the College of Early Childhood Educators. Melanie began her CPL Portfolio Cycle in January 2018. Below are her reflections on the CPL Portfolio Cycle. Living the value of lifelong learning As early childhood educators,

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Showing you’ve participated in planned learning activities throughout your membership year is easy. Follow the steps below to complete the third component of the Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) Portfolio – the Record of Professional Learning, and review what you can include as evidence of participating in CPL learning activities. Read