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bctf-advantage (read-only)
A list to provide offers and updates from the BCTF Advantage Program.

bctf-beginteach (read-write)
A list to facilitate discussion among and between beginning teachers and experienced teachers.

bctf-enfrancais (read-write)
 A discussion list open to all educators interested in the field of French education.

bctf-mentalhealthcontacts (read-write)
For teachers interested in mental health issues and in the BCTF's mental health work and advocacy, this list provides a place to access and share information on teacher and student mental health issues.

bctf-pd-issues (read-write)
An information forum for professional issues including curriculum implementation, assessment and related BCTF initiatives.

bctf-research (read-only)
Brief articles describing current research - provincial, national, and international - related to professional, labour, and social issues of interest to B.C. teachers and the education community. Information about useful online sources, including BCTF Online, is often featured. See archive here.

bctf-socialjustice (read-write)
A vehicle for the sharing of information, ideas and activities on social justice issues. The scope is broad and includes women's issues, racism, poverty, homophobia, violence, the social effects of globalization, especially the aspects of these issues which affect children, schools and teachers.

bctf-socialjustice12 (read-write)
An information forum for teachers teaching, or thinking of teaching, Social Justice 12 to share ideas, lesson plans, curriculum, and show off completed projects.

bctf-wellness (read-write)
A place to share information on wellness workshops, initiatives, and opportunities as well as coordinating wellness events. Innovative ideas and new research related to wellness is also featured. Open to all teachers interested in personal self-care as well as those interested in being a health and wellness champion in their school, local, or district.

indigenous-ed (read-write)
Gives teachers involved in indigenous education a place to ask questions, share ideas, and build a community.

ttoc-talk (read-write)
Teachers teaching on call discussion list.

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