Use effective strategies to develop positive relationships and create an inclusive learning environment that respects diverse learner identities, and supports the development of self-regulated, adaptive and social justice-oriented learners.
Construct and apply subject-specific knowledge and understanding of students, Ontario curriculum, legislation, teaching practices, technology integration, and classroom management strategies, to promote the learning achievement of all students.
Design short- and long-term instructional plans that are developmentally appropriate and relevant to diverse learner needs, perspectives and experiences, using appropriate technologies and resources.
Implement a broad range of evidence-based instructional strategies and technologies that promote self-regulated student learning and develop creative and critical thinking, collaborative and problem-solving skills.
Conduct ongoing assessment of student progress, make data-informed decisions for differentiated instruction, and develop skills to evaluate student achievement and communicate results to students and parents/guardians.
Communicate effectively and professionally with diverse audiences using various media including both face-to-face interaction and online methods, in written, visual and oral forms.
Adopt a professional demeanour in both school and university contexts, develop professional relationships, and follow ethical standards of practice.
Adapt and refine teaching practices through inquiry and reflection, using a variety of sources and resources, including collaborative, professional learning networks in face-to-face and digital environments.
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