We used this activity at our December 2018 meeting and connected it to our Career Development roles. This allowed for professional sharing and support betwen our team members.
This is a resource for adminstrators or PeBL mentors to help set goals with their staff for their school. Beginning with a look into the Continuum of Learning and moving into the idea of Collective Responsibility, staff will be given a chance to decide where they see their school and where they want to go next. This workshop works best in small, safe groups. The adminstrator or PeBL mentor will compile the results of the workshops and present to the staff to demonstrate common threads and related action items to work toward their goals for their school.
Agenda, PowerPoint, personal booklet, and group booklet are attached.
"As anxiety increases, empathy decreases. Join bestselling author of Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World and speaker Dr. Michele Borba as she discusses the science of empathy and the practical strategies educators and families can use to create more empathetic students, schools, homes, and communities."
What the replay of this webinar.
EduGAINS is a website that houses ministry developed resources to support policies and programs related to improved learning and teaching - Kindergarten to Grade 12 - in Ontario schools.
The key audience for this website is the classroom educator and those in roles with the responsibility to support them, including:
- School Leaders
- System Leaders
- Professional Learning Facilitators
Please find the required PowerPoint presentation below. This workshop has been developed as part of the course Parents in Teaching and Learning (ECUR 823) at the University of Saskatchewan with professor Debbie Pushor.This workshop is meant to be personalized. Select the activities you wish to discuss, and spend as much or as little time on the concepts that speak fully to your school. As you select activities and where to put your focus think of what needs to be done as a school and as a classroom teacher before school begins, during school, and over the summer. Pick and choose the activities that best fit your school and your school’s needs.If you have any questions, feedback, or require clarification please feel free to call or email Melissa.email@example.com.
"All types of educators are bound to find something of use on KQED Education. Browse the classroom resources for access to high-quality videos, lesson plans, media creation ideas, and other standards-aligned content. Or read stories written and shared by other educators, and get inspiration and ideas for your classroom. Activities focus on creative use and analysis of media. For example, one teacher-created post describes how she used memes to teach media literacy. Another wrote about having students share their culture through media creation. While the site contains a mix of structured plans and ideas, it's easy to find activities that inspire forward-thinking instruction and encourage the development of a 21st century learning environment.
Check out the free professional development (PD) offerings as well: Teachers can earn certification as a PBS Media Literacy Educator by completing eight of the available modules. The site's pages are densely populated with activities, links to more KQED resources, and partner sites, but if you're willing to spend some time looking around, you'll find lots of high-quality materials." (Common Sense Media Review)
This free course from Matt Miller of Ditch That Textbook examines the heart of what you need as an educator to move to remote learning.
"Remote Learning 101 is a FREE self-paced online course with lots of tips, ideas, resources and downloadable content to help YOU think through remote learning.
• 14 modules on a variety of remote learning topics
• More than TWO HOURS of video instruction with me
• Downloadable planning guides to help you strategize
• A comment community with question prompts to engage in discussion
• Lifetime access"
This is the presentation and supporting resources that were used at the SHEA conference 2019 to develop Collective Responsibility and 21st century skills.
Select one or more of the options below to create your own personal professional learning experience!
Included: PowerPoint Presentation to guide you & choice board to guide your experience, as well a link to the rubrics.
This is a professional development plan to support face to face teachers with moving to an online environment. The intent of this framework is to provide a tiered approach to support teachers with their needs to support students and families. There are 4 parts to consider when planning for engaging online instruction.
"This learning module is designed to help teachers and other educational professionals become comfortable with the topic of reconciliation so that they can begin incorporating this important topic into their work with their students.
Estimated Completion Time: 30 to 60 minutes
This learning module was developed by Joanna Sanders while working to complete a Certificate in Reconciliation Studies that is offered by the First Nations University of Canada."
What are the top challenges teachers are encountering as they design and facilitate PBL online? Learn practical solutions for the stickiest problems of practice. Join us to engage in a highly interactive webinar with PBLWorks.
Mission: Inspiring Math Success for all Students through Growth Mindsets and Innovative Teaching.
YouCubed is a combined effort of Jo Boaler, and Stanford university. The site provides resources, courses, tasks, and various other tools to encourage growth mindset in the area of mathematics. There are a number of paid and free resources. The information and the tasks are varied across the grades and are quite expansive. There is much to read and explore through this site, it is a wealth of information and useful content.