Join us in celebrating Ontario’s best teachers!

The OTIP Teaching Awards recognize and celebrate teachers who make a difference… teachers who light a spark in students, inspire their colleagues and give parents confidence. Our winners are hosted at a fall awards ceremony in Toronto where they are presented with a personal award of $1,000 and a Certificate of Recognition. Their schools also receive a $1,000 prize and a Certificate of Recognition.

Nominate a deserving teacher!

Gold-Star-40px Nominations open January 09, 2018

Gold-Star-40px Nominations close March 31, 2018

Anyone can nominate a teacher in Ontario’s publicly funded schools, including public, Catholic, and francophone school boards. A winning teacher will be selected in each of three categories: elementary, secondary, and a beginning teacher in the first five years of teaching. Nominations can be submitted from the first school day in January to March 31st of each year.

Nominate a deserving teacher!

Nominations open
January 09, 2018
Nominations close
March 31, 2018

Anyone can nominate a teacher in Ontario’s publicly funded schools, including public, Catholic, and francophone school boards. A winning teacher will be selected in each of three categories: elementary, secondary, and a beginning teacher in the first five years of teaching. Nominations can be submitted from the first school day in January to March 31st of each year.

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Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan (OTIP)

For over 25 years, OTIP has been serving the education community with reliable, affordable insurance and financial solutions. Their goal is to meet the unique insurance needs of Ontario’s education employees. OTIP is a non-profit organization directed by a Board of Trustees consisting of two representatives from each of the four education affiliates (AEFO, ETFO, OECTA and OSSTF). www.otip.com

Ontario Teacher’s Federation (OTF)

OTF is the advocate for the teaching profession in Ontario and for its 160,000 teachers. OTF members are full-time, part-time and occasional teachers in all the publicly funded schools in the province — elementary, secondary, public, Catholic and francophone. OTF is composed of four affiliated groups: l’Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO), the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO), the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA), and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF). www.otffeo.on.ca

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