Provincial Specialist Associations
What are PSAs?
The BCTF includes 33 provincial specialist associations (PSAs) . PSAs are channels for members to exchange ideas on research, teaching strategies, curriculum development, and other shared interests.
Contact PSA Council members by e-mail to ask about their PSA.
What do PSAs do?
- Every teacher needs a PSA
- PSA conferences
Each year, scores of volunteers organize provincial and regional conferences for colleagues. The PSA conferences are highlighted on the BCTF's PD Calendar.
- PSA workshops
Many PSAs offer workshops for schools or districts, often at cost.
- PSA publications
Volunteers, who are teachers themselves, produce newsletters and/or journals. BCTF members may join any of the Federation's PSAs. Subscriptions to PSA publications are available to non-BCTF members or institutions. Mail a copy of the PSA application form to the BCTF. Payment must accompany applications.
- E-mail lists
Subscribe to any of the PSA e-mail lists. Some lists are open to all members.
How does one join a PSA?
Join a PSA to share your expertise and obtain information.
Online membership registration is now available. Click here to join or renew PSA memberships now.
Alternately, download and print the PSA application form , and mail it to the BCTF with the appropriate fees.
For information concerning PSA applications, contact Betty Goto, 604-871-1802 or 1-800-663-9163 local 1802.
BCTF support for PSAs