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Ruth Rosenfield

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Montreal Teachers Association

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Montreal Teachers Association

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English Montreal School Board

www.emsb.qc.ca [cached]

Ruth Rosenfield (second from the left) has announced that she will retire as president of the Montreal Teachers Association on July, after 26 years on the job.


www.esteachers.org

Gail Klinck (ATA), Ruth Rosenfield (MTA), Ray Venables (ESTA), Steve LeSueur (RTU) and Serge Laurandeau (QPAT)


www.montrealfamilies.ca

Ruth Rosenfield, the president of Montreal Teachers Association (MTA), notes that the education reform, which began 10 years ago in Quebec, created confusion with regard to evaluating students.
Instead of basing grades on knowledge, i.e. how much or how little a student could demonstrate he had learned over the year, teachers were expected to evaluate "competencies" (focused more on how students used certain skills in their learning). Rosenfield says many teachers found grading competencies difficult and the report cards often left parents unsure about what their children were learning in school. Rosenfield says she is concerned that teachers will not have enough time to be properly trained before they must meet their first report card deadline on November 20. She is also concerned that report cards do not carry the same weight in terms of how they count towards a student's final grade. The first and second report cards will be worth 20 per cent each, while the third one is worth 60 per cent of the final grade. She says that this is not necessarily a problem in the elementary-school years, but in high school, students may not work as hard in the first two terms because the grades are worth less.


A C D S A - Part 2

acdsa.org [cached]

Ruth Rosenfield, head of the Montreal Teachers Association, saw signs of bloc voting in the first 13-10 vote on Carlyle.
The board's Council of Commissioners has been politically divided for years, with commissioners often aligning themselves in two camps. "I still find it shameful that they did bloc voting," Rosenfield said.


Parent commissioners demand new meeting on English Montreal School Board’s closings « A C D S A

acdsa.org [cached]

Ruth Rosenfield, the head of the Montreal Teachers Association, whose members teach at the EMSB, has called it the worst start to a major school change consultation that she has seen.
"This is a sham now," Rosenfield told The Gazette last week.


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