Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Practicum Information

The Practicum Office is the main link between schools in Ontario and the Faculty of Education for the practical component of the Bachelor of/Diploma in Education program.

Practicum Office staff obtain and monitor practicum placements (PRAC) for both the Undergraduate Concurrent and Final Year Concurrent/B.Ed./Dip.Ed. programs.

Candidates in any of the education programs can find out about the PRAC courses and requirements on the Faculty’s intranet.  Candidates must log on with their NetID and password.

Undergraduate Concurrent Practicum Years 1-3

Role of Host Professionals/Associate Teachers (Years 1-3)

Role of Host Professional (Years 1 and 2)

Host professionals are essential to the successful education of our Concurrent Education candidates in years 1 and 2.  Host professionals play a crucial role in helping shape candidates' professional attitudes and instructional approaches. They are exemplary role models and they set standards of excellence for candidates by demonstrating the care and competency that contribute to a productive learning environment for students.

Concurrent Education candidates complete a two week (or equivalent) Experiences in Education placement in first year and a three week (or equivalent) Experiences in Education placement in second year.  In first year, candidates mainly observe and assist the host professional in small group and one-on-one situations (Year One Overview). 

In year two, candidates are expected to make additional observations of students and to learn about the teaching learning process through co-planning and co-teaching three lessons (Year Two Overview).

Role of Associate Teachers (Year 3)

Associate Teachers play a crucial role in helping shape candidates professional attitudes and instructional approaches. They are exemplary role models and they set standards of excellence for candidates by demonstrating the care and competency that contribute to a productive learning environment for students.

Concurrent Education candidates complete a three week (or equivalent) Introduction to Schools placement for their third practicum. The third year practicum days (equivalent of 15 days) along with all their practicum days in their final BEd year, will count toward their 80 day requirement for certification with the Ontario College of Teachers.

Candidates are expected to co-plan and co-teach 5 lessons (preferably three of them consecutively) so the candidate can build on their strengths and make any necessary changes prior to co-teaching the next lesson (Year Three Overview).

Assessments, Information, Guidelines & Policies for Concurrent Education

Guidelines & Policies

Concurrent Education Placement Information Form

Letter to Placement Employers

The Government of Ontario student training programs requires each placement employer (school) to sign a declaration form regarding coverage under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and fax a copy to the Practicum Office (Queen’s). Schools placing more than one candidate need only to sign one declaration form.

Some Ontario District School Boards have signed the Employer Letter on behalf of their schools and candidates will not have to take the Employer Letter to their school principal in these boards.  Boards who have signed on behalf of their schools (board coverage) are indicated by 'BC' on the information page on the Board Protocol list.

Assessments

Assessments for Concurrent Education candidates (Years 1 and 2) are different than the assessments for Final Year Concurrent Education and Consecutive Education teacher candidates. Starting in 2019-2020 all practicum reports are completed and submitted online.

All hosts/associate teachers who are mentoring a Concurrent Education candidates will be provided the URL as well as the UserName and Password to access the practicum reports. If you do not receive the email, contact the Practicum Office at practicum.office@queensu.ca.

Additional Qualification Compensation

Honoraria is not paid to host professionals taking Concurrent Education candidates completing their Experiences in Education placement in years 1 and 2. Although it is a mandatory part of the Concurrent Education Program, it is not a Ministry of Education requirement, but a programmatic requirement. It is not formally assessed, nor supervised by faculty liaison. Host teachers are eligible for a rebate on the tuition fee for an on-site or on-line AQ or ABQ course, or a Professional Learning Course.  Please see below.

Honoraria is paid to Associate Teachers taking Concurrent Education candidates in their Introduction to Schools practicum in year 3 (PRAC 310/311).  This three-week Introduction to Schools practicum, along with all practicum components in the Final Year B.Ed. program, will count toward the practicum requirement for OCT certification.  Information for Honoraria purposes is now part of the online summative assessment. You will be asked for your OCT number, date of birth and, home address as well as whether the candidate worked with any other teachers during their practicum.

Host Teacher Rebates on Continuing Education Courses

AQ/ABQ

The Faculty is offering a $100 rebate on tuition fee for on-site or on-line AQ or ABQ course to Queen's Associate Teachers.  To be eligible, you must have supervised a Queen's Undergraduate Concurrent Education candidate within the current year, or within the last three years..  The rebate must be used within three years of the academic year in which you supervised a Teacher Candidate.

Professional Learning Courses

The Faculty is offering a $50 rebate on tuition fee for an online Professional Learning course.  To be eligible, you must have supervised a Queen's Undergraduate Concurrent Education candidate within the current year, or within the last three years. Courses such as Brightspace (D2L) in the Classroom; Integrating iPads and Tablets in Teaching and Learning; Gamification in the Classroom; and Teaching the Digital Learner are now being offered through our Continuing Education department.  The rebate must be used within three years of the academic year in which you supervised a Teacher Candidate.

Associate Teachers and Schools (B.Ed./Dip.Ed. Program)

Role

Over 1100 teachers at approximately 200 Associate Schools are essential to the successful education of our Teacher Candidates. Associate Teachers play a crucial role in helping shape Teacher Candidates' professional attitudes and instructional approaches. They are exemplary role models and they set standards of excellence for Teacher Candidates by demonstrating the care and competency that contribute to a productive learning environment for students.

Teacher Candidates are assigned to Associate Schools as a part of a professional learning community. Each Associate School designates a School Liaison and is assigned a Faculty Liaison. Responsibility for teaching assignments within each Associate School rests with the school liaison or principal. The Faculty Liaison teaches a professional learning course in the Fall and Winter terms. During the Fall and Winter term practicum, Teacher Candidates are expected to meet weekly in their Associate Schools and to report their discussions to their Faculty Liaison. The program fosters learning from experience as a basis for professional learning.

Consecutive B.Ed./Dip.Ed. candidates start in May and complete 17 weeks of regular in-school practicum and 3 weeks of alternative practicum.  Final Year Concurrent candidates start in September and complete 10 weeks of regular in-school practicum, 3 weeks of alternative practicum, and have the option of completing another 4 weeks of regular practicum in Summer 2.

As a general rule, teachers should have a minimum of two years of service before becoming an Associate Teacher. To become an Associate School, principals can contact the Practicum Office (practicum.office@queensu.ca) or contact their District School Board to indicate their interest in working with the Queen’s Faculty of Education program.

Information for Associate Teachers & Schools

Thank you very much for your willingness to serve as an Associate Teacher. We depend very much on you to provide our Teacher Candidates with suitable types of experience as they prepare to enter the profession. We ask that you provide your Teacher Candidate with an appropriate balance of guidance in establishing their roots and freedom to test their wings.

Associated with the practicum is the course PROF 410/411 Theory and Professional Practice. Please assist your Teacher Candidate in arranging a teaching schedule that permits her or him to meet with other candidates in your school for 3 hours each week during school hours, over the three Fall and Winter practicum components. Each week, the candidates will be engaging in mandatory discussions and collaborative information gathering related to these courses. You will find the questions candidates use each week on our website: please feel comfortable sharing ideas with the candidate in your classroom.

Teacher Candidates should be encouraged to participate in a variety of professional activities beyond their classroom teaching. For release to attend workshops or conferences, we ask you and the school liaison to follow the same practice as for the permanent teaching staff.

The continued development of our program depends on the good will and professional support of many people. We welcome suggestions for improvement in the design of the program, in the ways in which we work together, and in this resource.

Please feel free to call on your Faculty Liaison to support your work.

Sincerely,

Andrea Martin, PROF 410 Coordinator
Chris DeLuca, PROF 411 Coordinator
Peter Chin, Associate Dean of Teacher Education

Practicum Handbook, Guidelines, Policies & Info

The Practicum Handbook (2019-2020)

    Guidelines & Policies

    Teacher Candidates' study groups

    The two-three hours per week of Teacher Candidate group time (3 hours for Primary-Junior candidates and 2 hours for Intermediate-Senior candidates) is not structured as additional planning time for candidates. The candidates must learn how to balance planning, teaching, and non-school commitments much like experienced teachers. However, candidates also have responsibilities for academic inquiry and reflection. The weekly meeting time allows Teacher Candidates an opportunity to work together on the assignments for their field-based course. Research shows that learning is enhanced when Teacher Candidates have opportunities to discuss their teaching with people at a similar career stage. The meeting time is also invaluable for discussions with the Faculty Liaison.

    Teaching placements over the Fall and Winter practicum components

    Candidates are normally placed in one of their teaching subjects (secondary) or in one of either primary or junior classroom (elementary) during the two consecutive Fall practicum components. Teacher Candidates will still have an opportunity to gain experience in their second subject or division during the Winter or Summer 2 practicum component. Meanwhile the candidate benefits from an extended placement in one subject or division.

    Outdoor and Experiential Education candidates will be completing the Winter practicum component in an Outdoor or Experiential Education setting. Candidates will be returning to their Associate School for the Summer 2 practicum, and can be placed in a subject or division in which they did not get experience in the Fall term.

    *Candidates in the Aboriginal Teacher Education (ATEP) candidates may not be returning for the Winter practicum component as they may elect to be placed in a First Nations school or a school with a large Aboriginal student population. Candidates will return to their Associate School for the Summer 2 practicum component.

    Focus courses

    Focus courses (FOCI) are courses that allow Teacher Candidates an opportunity to begin building an area of expertise. They are intended to be practice-oriented and 'hands-on'. A few examples are: School Leadership, Teaching At-Risk Adolescents and Young Adults, Teaching Exceptional Children, and Outdoor and Experiential Education. The Alternative Practicum relates to the candidates FOCI course.

    Extra-curricular Activities

    Teacher Candidates are encouraged to make a reasonable contribution to extra-curricular activities. They may also co-direct or co-coach with an Associate Teacher, but should not have sole responsibility for a team or activity. The co-directing or co-coaching arrangement is especially important in cases where the on-campus instructional periods may coincide with playoffs or other culminating activities.  Activities that take candidates away from teaching time for more than one day are discouraged as candidates must meet the Ministry's mandatory number of teaching days for certification.

    Assessments for B.Ed./Dip.Ed. Candidates 2019-2020

    Assessments for Final Year Concurrent Education and Consecutive Education Teacher Candidates are different than the evaluations completed for Concurrent Education candidates in Years 1 and 2). The third practicum for Concurrent Education candidates now counts toward the mandatory teaching days for OCT certification. The assessment is very similar to the summative assessment for the Introduction to Schools assessment for the B.Ed. program.

    Teacher Candidates and Associate Teachers should approach the assessment based on reasonable expectations for a Teacher Candidate at the particular point in their B.Ed./Dip.Ed. year. Each practicum component is graded separately therefore, it is imperative that the online summative assessment be completed by the last day of the practicum. It is important to discuss the assessment with the Teacher Candidate prior to submitting so there are no surprises once the candidate receives their copy.

    Once completed online, the assessment will be verified by Practicum Office staff and a PDF version of the assessment will be emailed to the Teacher Candidate, Associate Teacher and Faculty Liaison.

    During the second Fall practicum, as well as the Winter and Summer 2 practicum components, Associate Teachers complete an online Interim Formative report at the mid-point of each 4-week practicum. Once completed and submitted, a copy will be emailed to the Teacher Candidate, Faculty Liaison, as well as back to the Associate Teacher. The Interim Formative report gives as well as the Candidates' self-assessment is used as feedback to the candidate and Faculty Liaison, on how the candidate is progressing at the mid-point of the 4-week practicum components. It can also be used as a starting point for conversation regarding suggestions for improvement.

    Practicum Assessments for the 2019-2020 academic year

    Due dates for submission of the online assessments are as follows. The URL for the online assessments is https://educ.queensu.ca/practicum-forms

    An email with the UserNames and Passwords of the forms has been sent to each Associate Teacher. If you did not receive the email with this information, please contact the Practicum Office.

    Summer 1 Term 2019

    May 24 - Summer 1 Summative Assessment (Consecutive candidates only)

    Fall Term 2019

    October 9 - Candidates complete a self-assessment
    October 18 - Short Summative Assessment
    November 1 - Interim Formative report from Associate Teacher
    November 1 - Candidates complete a self-assessment
    November 15 - Full Summative Assessment

    Winter Term 2020

    February 21 - Interim Formative report from Associate Teacher
    February 21 - Candidates complete a self-assessment
    March 6 - Full Summative Assessment

    Summer 2 Term 2020

    May 15 - Interim Formative report from Associate Teacher
    May 15 - Candidates complete a self-assessment
    May 29 - Full Summative Assessment

     
    Supporting Teacher Candidates in Difficulty

    Please see pages 15-18 in the Practicum Handbook for additional information.
    The Associate Teacher should contact the Faculty Liaison at any time there is concern that the candidate is having difficulty and success in the practicum is in jeopardy.  The Faculty Liaison and Associate Teacher will complete a Supporting a Candidate in Difficulty form outlining reasonable and realistic recommendations for sustained improvement, to be demonstrated by the Teacher Candidate within 3-5 days. The Associate Teacher and Faculty Liaison must keep appropriate documentation regarding all areas of inadequate progress in order to provide detailed recommendations for improvement on the Supporting a Candidate in Difficulty form.

    Candidates should have a minimum of 5 days remaining in the practicum component in order to have 3-5 days to fulfill the recommendations for improvement. The number of days will be negotiated between the Associate Teacher, Faculty Liaison and Teacher Candidate.  Candidates must receive an Overall Rating of Progressing Toward Expectations in the Fall term and a minimum overall rating of Meets Expectations in the Winter and Summer 2 terms, in order to be successful.

    A candidate who is receives an overall rating of Inadequate Progress on the online Interim Formative assessment in the Winter or Summer 2 practicum components must be assisted with a formal Supporting a Candidate in Difficulty process, to try and achieve an overall rating of Meets Expectations on the summative assessment. Candidates who are not achieving a minimum overall rating of Meets Expectations in the Winter and Summer 2 practicum components, are not meeting the required expectations for professional practice required by Queen's University. 

    If the candidate is unable to fulfill the recommendations for improvement in the allotted 3-5 days for which the Supporting a Candidate in Difficulty form was initiated, the overall rating must be Does Not Meet Expectations, and the practicum component will be graded as Fail. 

    Supporting a Candidate in Difficulty forms (Parts 1 and 2)

    It is recommended you save the document to your desktop first by right clicking the link you want and selecting 'Save link as'. 

    Part 1 will outline the areas of concern and the recommendations for improvement and give the date by which the recommendations must be fulfilled.

    Part 2 is completed after the 3-5 days indicating the outcomes and whether the candidate successfully met the recommendations for improvement.

    Supporting a Candidate in Difficulty form - Part 1 (2019-2020) - Word doc
    Supporting a Candidate in Difficulty form - Part 2 (2019-2020) - Word doc

    Honoraria/Additional Qualification Rebate

    Honoraria Requests

    Starting September 2019, honoraria is based on $35/per week/per candidate, pro-rated if a candidate works with more than one teacher in a given practicum component.

    Starting in the Summer term of 2019, associate teachers will be asked for their OCT number and other pertinent information for honoraria purposes while completing the summative assessment at the end of each practicum.

    Honoraria for both the Summer 1 and Summer 2 terms will be paid in late June.

    Honoraria for the Fall practicum component will be paid in late January.

    Honoraria for the Winter practicum component will be paid in late May.

    *Please Note:  If honoraria paid in September puts the yearly honoraria total for an individual over $500, a T4A must be issued which will require a SIN number. Teachers will be contacted by email for their SIN number, date of birth and, address.

    Honoraria is not paid for the Alternative Practicum because, although it is mandatory, it is not a formal practicum. The Alternative Practicum is a programmatic requirement, not a Ministry requirement.

    Associate Teacher Rebates on Continuing Education Courses

    AQ/ABQ

    The Faculty is offering a $100 rebate toward tuition fee for an on-site or on-line AQ or ABQ course to Queen's Associate Teachers. To be eligible, you must have supervised a Queen's B.Ed./Dip.Ed. teacher candidate within the current year, or within the last three years or, have coordinated the Associate Teacher program in your school. The rebate must be used within three years of the academic year in which you supervised a Teacher Candidate. Upon completion of the course, a cheque for the rebate amount will be issued.

    Professional Learning Courses

    The Faculty is offering a $50 rebate toward tuition fee for an online Professional Learning course.  To be eligible, you must have supervised a Queen's B.Ed./Dip.Ed. teacher candidate within the current year, or within the last three years or, have coordinated the Associate Teacher program in your school. Courses such as Brightspace (D2L) in the Classroom; Integrating iPads and Tablets in Teaching and Learning; Gamification in the Classroom; and Teaching the Digital Learner are now being offered through our Continuing Education department.  The rebate must be used within three years of the academic year in which you supervised a Teacher Candidate. Upon completion of the course, a cheque for the rebate amount will be issued.

    Associate Teacher & Associate School Awards

    Award Information & Nominations

    Associate Teacher awards are given annually to up to five Associate Teachers for outstanding contributions to the Faculty of Education and its Teacher Candidates. The awards recognize Associate Teachers whose programs and mentoring are exemplary, and whose commitment has resulted in excellent practicum placements for our candidates. Nominations may be made by Principals, Teacher Candidates, the Practicum Office, Associate Teachers and Faculty members.

    Associate School awards for support of Teacher Candidates are given annually to one elementary and one secondary school participating in the Bachelor of/Diploma in Education Program. Associate Teachers who work directly with our Teacher Candidates are critical to the process, but so is the leadership of the principal, the friendliness and service provided by the support staff and all of the encouragement and assistance by the teachers who are not acting as associates. Nominations may be made by Teacher Candidates, the Practicum Office, and Faculty Liaisons.

    Nominations

    To nominate an Associate Teacher or school, send a nomination letter (or email) outlining the qualities and attributes you feel demonstrate the type of mentoring, and/or environment conducive to learning, nurturing, community, and well-being. Letters should be submitted to the Practicum Office in person or by email practicum.office@queensu.ca.

    The selection of recipients will be made by a committee that represents Associate Teachers, Teacher Candidates, the Practicum Office and Faculty.

    Associate School of the Year Award Winners

    Associate School Winners 2012-13.

    2018-2019

    • St. Thomas More Catholic School, Kingston / Regiopolis Notre-Dame Catholic High School, Kingston

    2017-2018

    • Woburn Junior Public School, Scarborough / John McCrae High School, Ottawa

    2016-2017

    • J.G. Simcoe Public School, Kingston / Napanee District Secondary School, Napanee

    2015-2016

    • Forest Run Public School, Vaughan / Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts, Scarborough

    2014-2015

    • Lions Oval Public School, Orillia / Nepean High School, Ottawa

    2013-2014

    • Dr. S.J. Phillips Public School, Oshawa / Centennial Secondary School, Belleville

    2012-2013

    • ​Holy Name Catholic Elementary / Sharbot Lake High School, Sharbot Lake

    2011-2012

    • Lions Oval Public School, Orillia / Sydenham High School, Sydenham

    2010-2011

    • Perth Road Public School, Perth Road / Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School, Scarborough

    2009-2010

    • Mother Teresa Catholic School, Kingston / Queen Elizabeth Collegiate & Vocational Institute, Kingston

    2008-2009

    • Central Public School , Cornwall / Loyalist Collegiate & Vocational Institute, Kingston

    2007-2008

    • St. Barbara Catholic Elementary School, Toronto / Regiopolis-Notre Dame Catholic High School, Kingston

    2006-2007

    • St. George Catholic School, Ottawa / LaSalle Secondary School, Kingston

    2005-2006

    • Breslau Public School, Breslau / Char-Lan District High School, Cornwall

    2004-2005

    • St. Leonard School, Ottawa / Nicholson Catholic College, Belleville

    2003-2004

    • Frontenac Public School, Kingston / Gloucester High School, Ottawa

    2002-2003

    • Loughborough Public School, Sydenham / Sydenham High School, Sydenham

    2001-2002

    • King Edward Public School, Peterborough / I.E. Weldon Secondary School, Lindsay

    2000-2001

    • Havenwood Public School, Mississauga / Nicholson Catholic College, Belleville

    1999-2000

    • J.E. Horton Public School, Kingston

    1998-1999

    • James S. Bell Public School, Etobicoke

    1997-1998

    • Emery Collegiate & Vocational Institute, North York

    1996-1997

    • Queen Elizabeth Collegiate Vocational Institute, Kingston
    Associate Teacher of the Year Award Winners

    A Faculty Liaison and Associate Teacher with her award.

    2018-2019

    • Lori Pond, Grade 3/4, Harrowsmith Public School, Harrowsmith
    • Maja Rundo, Grade 3, Swansea Public School, Toronto
    • Kristen Saganowski, History/Geography, Weston Collegiate, Toronto
    • Duncan McGregor, Social Sciences, Sydenham High School, Sydenham
    • William Tom, Math/Physics, Nepean High School, Ottawa

    2017-2018

    • Monika Sklepowics, Science, Fellowes High School, Pembroke
    • Megan Ransom, Science, Weston Collegiate Institute, Toronto
    • Lori Drawetz, Teacher/Librarian, Moraine Hills Public School, Richmond Hill
    • Chris Alfano, Music, LaSalle Secondary School, Kingston
    • Luisa Italiano, Gr 5/6, King Edward Public School, Toronto

    2016-2017

    • Melanie Lee, Grade 5/6, Park Dale Elementary School, Belleville
    • Steve Rymal, Construction Technology, St. John Catholic High School, Perth
    • Carrie Wilson, French, Glenview Park Secondary School, Cambridge
    • Sharon Gerulath, French, Clarkson Secondary School, Mississauga
    • Gregg Legge, French, Sydenham High School, Sydenham

    2015-2016

    • Rob Switzer, English, Loyalist Collegiate, Kingston
    • Andrew Cotton, Grade 2, Central Public School, Kingston
    • Stephanie Thomson, Kindergarten, Kars on the Rideau Public School, Ottawa
    • Rebecca St-James, Kindergarten, R.G. Sinclair Public School, Kingston
    • Michele Desveaux, Grade 4, Dr. S.J. Phillips Public School, Oshawa

    2014-2015

    • Wes Cole, Chemistry, Regiopolis Notre-Dame Catholic High School, Kingston
    • Geoff Petznick, Construction, Ernestown Secondary School, Odessa
    • Julie Anderson, Grade 3, Charles H. Hulse Public School, Ottawa
    • Tim Pendergast, Science, Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School, Kingston
    • Allison Gladhu, Grade 6, Loughborough Public School, Sydenham

    2013-2014

    • Ms. Fauzya Alarakhiya, English, Weston Collegiate
    • Jamie Lee, Grade 1, Discovery Public School, Markham
    • Brett Walker, English, St. Pius X, Ottawa
    • Patti Ann Whalen, Grade 2, John XXIII Catholic School, Kingston
    • Cheryl Dempster, Truedell Public School, Kingston

    2012-2013

    • Megan Valois, History, St. Pius X
    • Ken Flynn, English, Christ the King
    • Brock Palmer, Grade 6/7, ​Frontenac Public School
    • Jessica Beckstead, Grade 3 /4, First Avenue Public School
    • Carol Ann Sabean, English, Math, Religion, St. Michaels
    • Amanda Mitchell, MATH, Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School

    2011-2012

    • Mr. Rami al-Khatibu, Geography, Weston Collegiate, Toronto
    • Ms. Barb Brough, English/History, Trinity College, Port Hope
    • Ms. Andrea Clarke, English, Sydenham High School, Sydenham
    • Ms. Terri Dupuis, 5/6, Westdale Park Public School, Napanee
    • Ms. Martha Gray, English, Loyalist Collegiate, Kingston

    2010-2011

    • Mr. Jeff Culhane, History, Centennial Secondary School, Belleville
    • Ms. Leila Knetsch, Science, Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute, Scarborough
    • Mr. Mark McKechnie, English, LaSalle Secondary School, Kingston
    • Ms. Nadine Pharand, French, St. Thomas More School, Kingston
    • Ms. Deb White, 6/7, R.G. Sinclair School, Kingston

    2009-2010

    • Michael Mol, Manufacturing Tech., Sydenham High School, Sydenham
    • Linda Latour, Visual Art, Regiopolis Notre-Dame Catholic High School, Kingston
    • Gus Skarlatakis, Grade 4, Brian Fleming Public School, Mississauga
    • Shelly Quan King Blake, Drama, Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School, Scarborough
    • Angie Braiantsis, Grade 3/4, Brownridge Public School, Thornhill

    2008-2009

    • Tyler Wilson, English, Bayridge Secondary School, Kingston
    • Bob Chambers, Manufacturing Tech., LaSalle Secondary School, Kingston
    • Pam Simon, History/English, Queen Elizabeth Collegiate & V.I., Kingston
    • Andrew Dickson, Geography/History, Quinte Secondary School, Belleville
    • Pat Grew, Math, Frontenac Secondary School, Kingston
    • Carla Cinelli, Special Education, St. Joseph School, Richmond Hill

    2007-2008

    • Chris MacDonald, Geography, Holy Cross Secondary School, Kingston
    • Judy Skinner, Kindergarten/1, Yarker Family School, Yarker
    • Deborah Ruttan, Grade 1/ J.R. Henderson Public School, Kingston
    • Maria Broumas, Grade 4/5, Havenwood Public School, Mississauga
    • Natalie Edgar, Grade 4/5, Corvette Junior School, Scarborough

    2006-2007

    • Stephanie Soto Gordon, French, W.L. MacKenzie Collegiate, North York
    • Beth Hurd, Math, John McCrae Secondary School, Ottawa
    • Anita Cuddy, Grade 1/2, Parkland Public School, Markham
    • Jamie Swaine, Math, Loyalist Collegiate, Kingston
    • Frank Halligan, Science, Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School, Kingston

    2005-2006

    • Allison Doyle, Biology, LaSalle Secondary School, Kingston
    • Mark Gallagher, History/English, St. Mary's Secondary School, Cobourg
    • Gary Giller, Social Science, Sharbot Lake High School, Sharbot Lake
    • Sarah Lasko, French, Loughborough Public School, Sydenham
    • Claudette Oegema, Grade 2/3, Adelaide McLaughlin Public School, Oshawa

    2004-2005

    • Lisa Barton, Grade 2, Lundy's Lane Public School, Kingston
    • Eric Finn, Physics, Loyalist Collegiate, Kingston
    • Ester Jackson, English, R.S. McLaughlin Collegiate, Oshawa
    • Gary Rasmussen, Chemistry, Sydenham High School, Sydenham
    • Agnes Zalai, Biology, Earl Haig Secondary School, Toronto

    2003-2004

    • Krishna Burra, History, Sydenham High School, Sydenham
    • Beth Dalgleish, PHE, Albert Cambpell Collegiate, Toronto
    • Kim Latourell, History, LaSalle Secondary School, Kingston
    • Elizabeth McCuaig, Grade 3, Sawmill Creek Public School, Ottawa
    • Barbara Plumb, Grade 2, Welborne Avenue Public School, Kingston
    • Darren Reed, English, North Peel Secondary School, Brampton

    2002-2003

    • Rich Coram, Geography, Victoria Park Secondary School, Toronto
    • Marg Finney, English, Albert College, Belleville
    • David Fry, Grade 5, Grenoble Public School, Toronto
    • Sandra Hefford, Grade 5/6, Duncan McArthur Public School, Kingston
    • Dale Huddleston, PHE, Ernestown Secondary School, Odessa

    2001-2002

    • Michelle Denison, Grade 4/5/6, Dr. F.J. McDonald Catholic Elementary School, Ottawa
    • Wayne Goodyer, Drama, Napanee District Secondary School, Napanee
    • Lisa McFarlane, Grade 7, Lundy's Lane Public School, Kingston
    • Marian Moon, History, Prince Edward Collegiate, Picton
    • Sarah Twomey, English/Drama, Queen Elizabeth Collegiate, Kingston

    2000-2001

    • Mary Grimley, English, Prince Edward Collegiate
    • Caroline Halliwell, Grade 2, Thorncliffe Park Public School, Toronto
    • Ken MacNaughton, Science, R.S. McLaughlin Collegiate, Oshawa
    • Deb Michea, Grade 3/4, Duncan McArthur Public School, Kingston
    • Don Voteary, Construction Tech., Queen Elizabeth Collegiate, Kingston

    1999-2000

    • Shirley Clow, Grade 4/5, First Avenue Public School, Kingston
    • Marjorie Hutchins, Grade 1/2, Collins Bay Public School, Kingston
    • Ian Johnston, English/Geography, Pickering College, Newmarket
    • Heather McCormick, Grade 1, Frontenac Public School, Kingston
    • Tom Parsons, Grade 3, Grove Public School, Peterborough
    • Tracey Rombough, English, Sydenham High School, Sydenham

    1998-1999

    • John Cheesman, Liaison, Napanee District SS, Napanee
    • John Esford, Communications Technology, Holy Cross CHS, Kingston
    • Elizabeth Fraser, Grade 2, Loughborough Public School, Sydenham
    • Syed Haider, Science, Centennial Secondary School, Belleville
    • Hazel McKegney, Grade 1, R.G. Sinclair P.S., Kingston

    1997-1998

    • David Borrowman, Math, Loyalist C.V.I., Kingston
    • Peter Brodribb, Liaison, Gloucester High School, Gloucester
    • Su Brown, English, Napanee D.S.S., Napanee
    • Liz Evans, Grade 4/5, J.G. Simcoe Public School, Kingston
    • Penny Vanderzand, Grade 5/6, Frenchman's Bay P.S.,Pickering

    1996-1997

    • Doug Birch, Biology, East Northumberland S.S., Brighton
    • Jan Hartgerink, Grade 6, Loughborough P.S., Sydenham
    • Philomena Bonis, Grade 7/8, Queensmount Sr. P.S., Kitchener
    • Bill Lundy, Grade 7/8, Prince of Wales P.S., Belleville
    • Paul Doig, Science, Kenner C.V.I., Peterborough

    1995-1996

    • John Templin, Biology, R.S. McLaughlin CVI, Oshawa
    • Cheryl Hoyle, Grade 6, John Dryden P.S., Whitby
    • Gail Simmons, English, Gananoque S.S., Gananoque
    • Scott MacKellar, Grade 2, Loughborough P.S., Sydenham
    • Steve Stenman, Grade 5/6, Lancaster P.S., Kingston

    1994-1995

    • Pam McKibbon, Drama, Centennial S.S., Belleville
    • Garth Brooks, Grade 2, Blossom Park P.S., Ottawa
    • Kathleen Allen, Grade 1, R.G. Sinclair P.S., Kingston
    • Wanda Butcher, Grade 5, College Street P.S., Trenton
    • Dale Midwood, English, Sydenham H.S., Sydenham

    1993-1994

    • Bob Bonisteel, PHE, A.Y. Jackson S.S., Kanata
    • Susan Billings, Grade 2/3, Sydenham P.S., Kingston
    • Malcolm Pacey, Grade 6, Dr. L.B. Powers P.S., Port Hope
    • Dave Peters, Transportation Tech, Ernestown S.S., Odessa
    • Tony Raudnask, Grade 6, J.E. Horton P.S., Kingston

    1992-1993

    • Barbara Elliott, Grade 1/2, Loughborough P.S., Sydenham
    • Ellen Dempsey, Math, Crestwood S.S., Peterborough
    • Brian Nesbitt, History, Bayridge S.S., Kingston
    • Don Greenham, Grade 7/8, Greenbank E.S., Ottawa
    • Helen Broomfield, Grade 5/6, C.R. Gummow P.S., Cobourg

    1991-1992

    • Paul Albertson, Social Science, Sydenham H.S., Sydenham
    • Terril Butterworth, Grade 2, Glen Tay P.S., Perth
    • Mary Davidson, Grade 7/8, Calvin Park P.S., Kingston
    • Joanne Lancaster, Grade 5/6, Sweets Corners P.S., Lyndhurst
    • Ken Stewart, History, Loyalist CVI, Kingston

    1990-1991

    • Jim East, Grade 8, R.G. Sinclair P.S., Kingston
    • Hugh McDonald, Science, East Northumberland S.S., Brighton
    • Russ Davies, Grade 7, J.R. Henderson P.S., Kingston
    • Michael Howe, History, LaSalle S.S., Kingston
    • John Jerome, English, Colonel By S.S., Ottawa

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