Whether the province's teachers should continue to supervise extra-curricular activities will be put to a vote this weekend at the BC Teachers' Federation annual convention.

The union meet begins Saturday in Vancouver.

Members will go behind closed doors to discuss how to respond to the back-to-work legislation that went into effect Saturday. The legislation prohibits teachers from going on strike, imposes a cooling-off period, and appoints a mediator to facilitate contract negotiations.  

The teachers complain Bill 22 puts many controls on how they do their jobs while doing nothing to improve classroom conditions.