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Ateliers

Le jeudi 31 mai 2018
série d’ateliers 1
De 10 h 15 à 11 h 30

Panel :
- Michael Salvatori, EAO, Ph. D., chef de la direction et registraire, Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario
- Jan Robinson, chef de la direction et registraire, Ordre des vétérinaires de l’Ontario
- Katya Masnyk, présidente-directrice générale, Alliance canadienne des organismes de réglementation de la physiothérapie

Identifiant de séance : RP-1EF
(en anglais avec interprétation simultanée en français)

Dans le cadre de cette séance, trois organismes de réglementation expérimentés issus, entre autres, du secteur de la santé présenteront leur récente expérience collaborative dont l’objectif était d’examiner l’efficacité réglementaire. Ils donneront un bref aperçu de la réglementation professionnelle – de ses origines liées aux gouvernements et aux employeurs de la fin du XIXe siècle à une perte de confiance conjuguée à une perception d’échec dans les années 1990. Des agents d’influence tels que le programme sur l’efficacité réglementaire de l’Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques (OCDE), la réglementation équilibrée et les travaux de Malcolm Sparrow feront l’objet d’un débat en rapport avec l’élaboration d’un cadre contemporain d’évaluation et d’atténuation des risques. En plus d’exposer un cadre de travail visant à recenser et à aborder les risques, le panel présentera des stratégies pour éclairer les conseils d’administration et les faire participer à un dialogue sur l’efficacité réglementaire.

Animation : Jordan Max, Manager, Policy, Professional Engineers Ontario

Identifiant de séance : RP-1aE
(en anglais)

This interactive learning session will let you experience holding hackathons or sprints to identify and solve problems, and to prototype and test solutions. While hackathons are typically being used for rapid software development, they can also be applied to policy or program development, using Design Thinking (aka Human-Centred Design) methodology. Groups will work on self-identified or facilitator-generated problems, brainstorm, prioritize, and build prototyped solutions, and present them to the other groups.

Animation :
- Phillip S. Rogers, Ed.D., Executive Director, National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification
- Anne Marie Fenton, Ed.S., Director, Educator Assessment, Georgia Professional Standards Commission

Identifiant de séance : IP-1E
(en anglais)

Preparation providers and employing schools can teach beyond pedagogy – they can teach all future and current educators to understand the ethics that will guide the decisions they must make in this complex, highly nuanced profession.

The purpose of the session is to collaboratively explore how preparation providers and P-12 schools can intentionally focus on instruction in ethical principles that foster safe learning environments and promote professional decision-making. Participants will examine how real world ethical dilemmas and innovative practices can be embedded throughout pre-service preparation and in-service professional learning support, using the Model Code of Ethics for Educators (MCEE) as a guide.

Animation : Maurice Switzer, Nimkii Communications

Identifiant de séance : IP-1aE
(en anglais)

Understanding the Treaty Relationship that made possible the peaceful settlement of Canada is fundamental to making any meaningful progress on the 94 Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Treaties that recognized that First Peoples of Turtle Island (North America) are nations with inviolable land rights preceded the 1867 Act of Confederation by over a century, and the sanctity of those agreements are affirmed in Section 35 of Canada's 1982 Constitution Act.

Honouring these sacred and legally-binding commitments is key to Indigenous peoples achieving the same quality of health care, the same standards of education, and the same economic opportunities as the millions of immigrants whose ancestors agreed to share the wealth of the lands with the peoples who had occupied them since time immemorial.

By hearing the stories encoded by treaty partners in Wampum Belts, participants in this workshop will gain an understanding of how Canada was built on the promise of a partnership between equals, and how the country's moral, political, and fiscal potential can only be accomplished by respecting the original relationship.


Le jeudi 31 mai 2018
série d’ateliers 2
De 11 h 45 à 13 h

Animation : Michel Séguin, Ph. D., CRHA, professeur titulaire, École des sciences de la gestion de l’Université du Québec à Montréal, et président, Services Praxie

Identifiant de séance : RP-2FE
(en français avec interprétation simultanée en anglais)

Il n’est plus nécessaire de démontrer l’importance de l’enjeu éthique au sein d’un ordre professionnel. Cependant, des questions demeurent relativement à la manière de répondre à cet enjeu. La présentation proposera une démarche reposant sur une approche concrète ayant pour finalité l’établissement d’un climat harmonieux entre les parties prenantes au sein de l’ordre. Au terme de cette présentation, le participant sera en mesure d’identifier et de comprendre les enjeux éthiques propres à l’organisation, d’effectuer un diagnostic sur les risques éthiques qui prévalent au sein de l’ordre et de connaître une approche d’intervention ayant pour objet la mise en place d’une culture organisationnelle favorisant le respect de l’éthique.

Animation :
- Bill Byrd, President and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Safe Schools Network
- Robert Milkovich, Writer and Equity Rights Advocate

Identifiant de séance : IP-2E
(en anglais)

Youth violence is a serious problem that can have lasting harmful effects on victims and perpetrators alike, including their families, friends and communities. This informative and practical workshop is designed for school staff, administrators and others who work with youth and who want to find ways of stopping violence from happening in the first place. Participants will explore the myriad forms of school violence such as gangs, bullying and cyber bullying, fighting, weapons use, the rising wave of violence through social media, hate crimes and hate speech and learn about effective violence prevention strategies that can be implemented in schools with minimal cost.

Animation : Staff from the Ontario College of Teachers

Identifiant de séance : EAO-2E
(en anglais)

Wondering what it means when terms, conditions and limitations are listed on an Ontario Certified Teacher’s certificate? Do you have questions about the implementation of the New Employers’ Area? Have you thought about becoming an accredited additional qualification provider? Are you confident you understand an employer’s obligation to report certain criminal charges against members and incidents of professional misconduct to the College? If you are new to your role or if you just want a refresher course, this session will help answer your questions about the College and its processes.

Animation Wanda Botsford, Senior Policy Analyst in Education, Métis Nation of Ontario

Identifiant de séance : IP-2aE
(en anglais)

As Canada (and Ontario) move forward with reconciliation, it’s critical that providers of teacher education, regulators and employers of Ontario Certified Teachers learn about the Métis people in Ontario. More than ever, there is an urgent need for anyone involved in education to understand the history, lands, culture, governance, perspectives and issues of Métis people as told through authentic Métis voice. This session will be led by the Métis Nation of Ontario, working with a growing network of Métis OCT-certified teachers and other educators. Background information and best practices will be discussed.


Le jeudi 31 mai 2018
Séance plénière
De 14 h à 15 h 15

Animation : Sir Harry Cayton, CBE FFPH, directeur général, Professional Standards Authority

(en anglais avec interprétation simultanée en français)

L’approche visant à adapter la réglementation aux besoins souligne que la réglementation devrait créer un «cadre où règne le professionnalisme». En tirant profit de la recherche de la Professional Standards Authority, Sir Harry Cayton explorera la manière dont les qualités inhérentes au professionnalisme ont changé au gré de l’évolution de la société, de même que la façon dont le rôle de la réglementation doit s’adapter aux nouvelles circonstances, avant d’orienter la réflexion sur ce que signifie être professionnel au XXIe siècle.


Le jeudi 31 mai 2018
série d’ateliers 3
De 15 h 30 à 16 h 45

Animation :
- Dr. Paul Shaw, Ed.S., Director of the Educator Ethics Division, Georgia Professional Standards Commission
- Anne Marie Fenton, Ed.S., Director, Educator Assessment, Georgia Professional Standards Commission

Identifiant de séance : IP-3E 
(en anglais)

Educational leaders must balance the increasing complexity of their work, including high stakes decisions, across their many areas of responsibility. Part of their charge as leaders is to establish a school-wide vision of commitment to high standards. School leaders have a shared opportunity for and a professional responsibility to themselves, their teachers and staff, the profession, and most importantly, to children in their buildings' classrooms, to take an aggressive, thoughtful, intentional approach to become ethical leaders, not just in regulatory enforcement, but also in ethics education, outreach, and prevention.

In this interactive session, participants will explore the critical role and responsibility of educational leaders to ensure the school cultures they build embrace an intentional focus on both conduct regulations and ethical principles to guide professional decision-making. Resources and strategies will also be shared and examined.

Animation : Noni Classen, Director of Education for the Canadian Centre for Child Protection

Identifiant de séance : IP-3aE
(en anglais)

This session introduces the prevalence of child sexual abuse in Canada, a scan of a misconduct within the Canadian school environment and provides information gleaned from Cybertip.ca – Canada’s tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children. It discusses steps to take to identify and correct professional misconduct before it can escalate to illegal conduct. It further addresses how to mitigate risks and provides schools the tools to create policies, procedures and employee codes of conduct to reduce the risk of child sexual abuse and create safe environments for children and youth in their care.

Animation : Irwin Fefergrad, CS, BA, BCL, LLB, Registrar, Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario

Identifiant de séance : RP-3E
(en anglais)

Once upon a time regulators had a clear mandate – to look out for their members and, with luck, to make the public feel confident about the services they were receiving. But what is the purpose of regulators today? In the health care sector we talk about acting in the public interest, which means putting patients first. While these are laudable goals, they need to be defined and have measureable outcomes. How do we build consensus on modern regulatory mandates? Who is best to fulfil those – elected members, appointed “public members” or a combination? Who decides how we define “the public interest” – government, College council, the Minister? Changes to Ontario’s Regulated Health Professions Act are putting these issues in the spotlight. Irwin Fefergrad, Registrar, Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario will look at the impediments and the solutions on the road to regulatory efficacy.

Animation : Personnel de l’Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario

Identifiant de séance : EAO-3F
(en français)

Vous vous demandez ce que signifient les conditions ou restrictions inscrites sur le certificat d’un membre? Avez-vous des questions concernant la mise en œuvre de la nouvelle section réservée aux employeurs? Avez-vous déjà songé à offrir un programme agréé menant à une qualification additionnelle? Comprenez-vous bien l’obligation qui incombe à un employeur de signaler à l’Ordre certaines accusations criminelles portées contre un membre ainsi que les incidents d’inconduite professionnelle? Si vous venez d’entrer en fonction ou si vous voulez tout simplement vous rafraîchir la mémoire, cette séance apportera des réponses à vos questions au sujet de l’Ordre et de ses processus.


Le vendredi 1er juin 2018
série d’ateliers 4
De 8 h 30 à 9 h 45

Animation : Frederick Lane, Author, attorney, educational consultant, expert witness, and lecturer

Identifiant de séance : RP-4E
(en anglais)

It's safe to say that we all have opinions – politics, sports, food, the guy your friend is dating – and to varying degrees, we enjoy sharing those opinions. Until recently, the potential audience for our opinions was relatively small. But now, thanks to the powerful combination of smartphones and social media, we have the ability, 24/7, to share our thoughts and opinions with a global audience. We all should think twice before clicking "send" but professionals have a particular obligation to do so. For professionals, an ill-considered post, tweet, or status update can result in a variety of negative and possibly career-ending consequences: embarrassment, economic harm, ethical violations, civil litigation, and even criminal prosecution. This presentation, using recent real-world examples, will educate attendees about the potential cybertraps arising from the use and misuse of digital devices and social media.

Animation : Dr. Burke Baird, M.D., FRCP(C), Staff physician and Medical Lead, McMaster Children's Hospital Child Maltreatment Assessment Program

Identifiant de séance : IP-4E
(en anglais)

With 85,000 confirmed cases in Canada every year, child maltreatment is very common. The physical impact of child maltreatment ranges from bruises to permanent brain injury to death but the most frequently encountered long-term adverse impact of maltreatment is on the emotional and mental well-being of the child.

Teachers and other regulated professionals who interact with children are in a position to detect and report concerns and suspicions that a child may be experiencing one or more forms of maltreatment.

This presentation will use a case-based format to illustrate the kinds of injuries, statements and behaviours that an abused child might demonstrate that should raise concern that he/she is being maltreated. The presentation will include a discussion of the neurobiology underlying the impact of maltreatment and other chronic, toxic stresses on the emotional (and therefore behavioural) functioning of children.

Animation :
- Ryan Pestana, Communications Officer, College of Kinesiologists of Ontario
- Mark Sampson, Social Digital Media Specialist, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

Identifiant de séance : RP-4aE
(en anglais)

Whether you’re a large, well-resourced regulatory body or a small organization with a one-person communications team, you’ve probably considered what role social media can play in getting your messages out and engaging with stakeholders. Communication specialists Mark Sampson and Ryan Pestana will deliver this joint presentation on how regulators – both big and small – can use Twitter, Facebook, WordPress and more to connect with the public they are committed to protect.

Animation :
- Mark Pearmain, surintendant et chef de la direction, North Vancouver School District
- Scott Stanley, directeur général des ressources humaines, North Vancouver School District

Identifiant de séance : EAO-4EF
(en anglais avec interprétation simultanée en français)

En tant qu’organisme responsable des écoles publiques, comment savez-vous si vos employés font preuve d’engagement pour votre organisme? Comment obtenez-vous l’appui de leur syndicat et de leur association? Pendant l’année scolaire 2016-2017, le North Vancouver School District a effectué un sondage auprès de ses employés, à l’échelle du conseil scolaire, leur donnant ainsi l’occasion de communiquer à leur employeur, de façon directe et anonyme, leur point de vue sur l’état des affaires de l’organisme. Dans le cadre de leur présentation, Mark Pearmain et Scott Stanley décriront le processus qu’a suivi le North Vancouver School District pour répondre aux questions soulevées. Ils révèleront les résultats de ce sondage et donneront des exemples du type de données et d’observations que les employeurs peuvent recueillir en offrant une possibilité de communication directe avec leur personnel. Ils décriront ensuite les mesures prises par leur conseil scolaire pour tirer le meilleur parti des connaissances ainsi acquises.


Le vendredi 1er juin 2018
série d’ateliers 5
De 10 h à 11 h 15

Animation : Crystal Levonius

Identifiant de séance : IP-5cE
(en anglais)

Educators are expected to act in a way that promotes the physical safety and well-being of the students entrusted to their care. They are role models in their schools and communities and are expected to conduct themselves professionally and ethically at all times. Nevertheless, sexual harassment, sexual assault, improper relationships and abuse by educators are increasing in occurrence. This workshop will review specific cases, applicable laws, and means for educators to support those who have been harmed and ways to prevent future harm.

Animation :
- Angela De Palma, EAO, présidente du conseil, Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario
- Michael Salvatori, EAO, Ph. D., chef de la direction et registraire, Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario

Identifiant de séance : IP-5aEF
(en anglais avec interprétation simultanée en français)

Dans le cadre de cette séance, Angela De Palma et Michael Salvatori présenteront les mesures politiques et de gouvernance qu’il a fallu prendre pour modifier la Loi sur l’Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario, laquelle protège les élèves de la province. Apprenez comment l’Ordre a navigué à travers les divers canaux politiques et de gouvernance afin de faire intégrer les recommandations issues de l’examen indépendant de ses pratiques disciplinaires à la Loi protégeant les élèves.

Animation : Michael Saver, OCT, Michael Saver PD & Consulting Inc.

Identifiant de séance : RP-5E
(en anglais)

In the brief time since the beginning of the 21st century, members of caring professions have been challenged by seismic shifts. This new reality produces a startling range of reactions – from puzzlement to denial to terror to exhaustion. Frequently, these responses manifest as “compassion fatigue”, making it difficult for practitioners to maintain appropriate professional boundaries, thus compromising their capacity and effectiveness. This session will explore the impact on professionals of these changes as well as the leadership dispositions and skill set necessary to appropriately support colleagues to re-engage and enhance resilience. Proven strategies for developing heightened self-awareness, applied emotional intelligence and for building authentic collaborative professional communities will be examined.

Animation :
- Paula Naponse, OCT, Education Policy and Research Analyst Chiefs of Ontario
- Nicole Nicolas-Bayer, OCT, Lifelong Learning Coordinator, Chiefs of Ontario

Identifiant de séance IP-5bE
(en anglais)

This workshop will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of how First Nations are working in partnership with the province of Ontario to address the needs of First Nation learners in the provincial education system. Five broad priority areas including; relationships, language and culture, curriculum, information access and accountability and policy development will be broken down into several areas of focus for in-depth discussion.

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