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CODE will once again have a key role in facilitating Phase Three of the Student Injury Prevention Initiative (SIPI).

This phase focuses on ensuring that student injury prevention is approached in a sustained, proactive and systematic way.

To learn about the exciting changes taking place I encourage you to read the Technology and Learning Newsletters that tell the story of technology changing teacher practice and the growth of 21st Century student learners.

Recently posted Newsletter #4 shares board success stories of opportunities to increase student achievement, and includes student and teacher testimonies about the significant impact that technology has on their learning and their life.

Reporting on the Findings from the Ontario Ministry of Education's First Nations, Métis and Inuit Focused Collaborative Inquiry Initiative 2013 – 2014, Year One and 2014-2015, Year Two are also posted. Student well-being "lives" in the context of child and youth well-being and as such, school boards and public health units share in this important mandate.

Strong partnerships that focus efforts on strategic priorities can improve health outcomes for children and students, positively affect their achievement and reduce preventable illness and injuries, which in turn will contribute to a healthier and better-educated citizenry.

And to furtherthose aims, CODE has launched , a"one-stop" online community for questions,and to shareresources that enhance student injuryprevention measures in schools and school boards across Ontario.The Listening Stone Project Year Three Report now available, focuses on Starting Points, Turning Points and Learning Points.This report documents change over time and provides details on the work accomplished through the Fist Nations, Métis and Inuit – Focused Collaborative Inquiry 2015-2016.Posted here you will find the Curriculum Services Canada reports and the artefacts developed by the district school boards.These documents show the positive results of the development of new learning in Ontario enhanced by the Technology Learning Fund. CODEC - Conseil ontarien des directeurs et des directrices de l’education catholique CODEP - conseil Ontarien des directions de education des conseils publics ECCODE – English Catholic Council of Directors of Education PCODE - Public Council of Ontario Directors of Education The purpose of CCSLI is to enhance the educational experiences and outcomes for all students and staff.

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