1. Our 2019–2020 Annual Report out now
2. Supporting your staff through the pandemic
3. Membership fee receipts are online
4. New practice resources available
Our latest annual report,
Leading through Change, is now available online. The report highlights the College's achievements for the fiscal year July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.
Leading through Change recognizes all of our work pre-pandemic and from March onwards. It also recognizes the adaptations made by the entire profession in response to COVID-19.
Noteworthy highlights include:
Read about these highlights and more in our
latest annual report.
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As this challenging pandemic continues, your team may be feeling the stress of various professional responsibilities. We know that many of Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECEs) are assuming different roles. They're modifying practice and learning new ways of being and doing. Here are some tips for how you can continue to support them:
Engage in a workplace Community of Practice with the intention of working together to solve practice challenges. Together, you can discover which processes need to be adapted and can air concerns and ideas as a team.
Share resources to encourage educators to get the
reflective practice habit. This can lead them to analyze and think critically about their professional practice. It also helps RECEs become aware of the strengths that make them resilient. And, they'll learn how they can bring those to the team and the children they support.
Stay connected in order to build and maintain effective relationships with your team. Communication is key in this profession and is more important than ever during the ongoing pandemic. Communication differs depending on the type of setting and protocols in place. Maybe it's a weekly meeting or daily huddle, an email with new information, tasks or expectations or sharing relevant resources to help with practice adaptations.
Continue to share
COVID-19-related information and updates so your team stays in the know and can ask questions related to changes in workplace processes and protocols.
self-care so your staff avoid burnout and are able to show up for the children and families they support. The pandemic has taken a toll on
Ontarians' mental health, so it's important to recognize that
educators care for themselves, too.
What are you doing to support your team(s) during the ongoing pandemic? Let us know by completing
this brief survey. Thank you in advance for completing our survey. We greatly appreciate your time and help.
Members can now access receipts online in the
My College Account portal once they've paid their annual renewal fee. If a member needs a copy as proof of registration / renewal, just ask staff to print you the receipt or click
here to check the public register.
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Reflective practice, whether done independently or as part of a team in the workplace, is an approach used by RECEs to analyze and think critically about professional practice. We wrote a blog post about it –
Reflective practice in a time of COVID-19
And, here are other resources that can also help early childhood educators:
Looking for other resources? You'll find them on
our website and on
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