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This professional development will walk a school through how to implement 21st Century Skills in their school from a SCHOOL and CLASSROOM level.
The group will work through the school implementation process and set a timeline for implementation, and then based on that timeline, the classroom teachers will plan their implementation.
Please note - the key to successful implementation is NOT time intensive - the key is introducing and then fully implementing the language and skills into your DAILY ROUTINES and classroom life. Once the skills are introduced it should become part of your day and not require set time - it will be part of everything you do!
Algebra teachers, Juliana Jones and Marlo Warburton, have common philosophies and expectations in their algebra classrooms but use their own unique teaching styles and structures to create consistent experiences for students. Collaboration is an important part of that process and allows teachers to provide common learning experiences in their classrooms despite different teaching styles and structures. This video takes a look at the warm-up, lesson, strategies for group work, classroom expectations and routines to discuss commonalities but also identify ways in which each teacher personalizes their classrooms based on their own teaching style and personality.
This webinar will give you a refresher on top notch lesson planning criteria that we all know to be effective…except with a twist! The twist is sharing tips and tricks for doing this in an online environment! The tips are tricks will include how to:
-engage online learners
-create navigational patters and repeated routines for our learners
-connect with our students and families
-provide timely and meaningful feedback
-deliver content clearly and effectively
-activate prior knowledge
-apply new knowledge to their personal lives
Most of all, we will share templates, strategies, online tools to help us all create fun and engaging learning experiences for us all!
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.
Principal Giselle McGee from PS 58 in Brooklyn, New York, and Aron Chizik, History teacher at West Islip High School, Long Island, New York, are first time attendees at the annual Celebration of Teaching and Learning Conference in New York City, produced by WNET, the premier public media provider of the New York City metropolitan area and parent company of public television stations. This video follows McGee and Chizik during their conference experience and upon their return to their schools to share and implement their learning.WNET provides innovative educational outreach at both the local and national levels.
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.
Welcome to the UnboundEd Mathematics Guide series! These guides are designed to explain what new, high standards for mathematics say about what students should learn in each grade, and what they mean for curriculum and instruction. This guide, the first for Kindergarten, includes three parts. The first part gives a tour of the standards for Counting & Cardinality using freely available online resources that you can use or adapt for your class. The second part shows how Counting & Cardinality relate to classification of objects in Kindergarten (K.MD.B). And the third part explains where Counting & Cardinality is situated in the progression of learning in Grades K-2. Throughout all of our guides, we include a large number of sample math problems. We strongly suggest tackling these problems yourself to help best understand the methods and strategies were covering, and the potential challenges your students might face.
This webinar explored the Senior ELA courses that are offered by the Sun West Distance Learning Centre. During this orientation, an expert DLC ELA teacher will tour participants through DLC online courses to share resources, tips and tricks for online teaching and show them how to gain access to DLC courses. The resources shared will include rubrics, assignment ideas, note packages, instructional videos, outcome road maps and power point presentations. In addition this webinar will connect participants with experienced online teachers who are able to meet with participants one-on-one after the webinar for a personal tour and to provide support.
This webinar will explore the high school math courses that are offered by the Sun West Distance Learning Centre. During this orientation, expert DLC math teachers will tour participants through our online courses to share resources, tips and tricks for online teaching, and show you how to gain access to our courses. The resources shared will include rubrics, assignment ideas, note packages, instructional videos, outcome roadmaps, and power point presentations. In addition this webinar will connect you with experienced online teachers who are able to meet with you one on one after the webinar for a personal tour and to provide support.
This webinar explored the high school Science courses that are offered by the Sun West Distance Learning Centre. During this orientation, an expert DLC Science teacher will tour participants through DLC online courses to share resources, tips and tricks for online teaching and show them how to gain access to DLC courses. The resources shared will include rubrics, assignment ideas, note packages, instructional videos, outcome road maps and power point presentations. In addition, this webinar will connect them with experienced online teachers who are able to meet with them one-on-one after the webinar for a personal tour and to provide support.
"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.
For the past two years, Dinsmore Composite School has been developing a mentorship program for K-8 as part of the school timetable. The purpose of the program was to provide opportunities for older students to develop leadership skills and to foster collaboration, communication and problem-solving skills among all students. The planning and implementation process as well as an overview of the learning outcomes and activities will be highlighted. Participants will be invited to share their own experiences with mentorship in their schools and classrooms.
The following is a Professional Development on Differentiated Instruction & Personalized Learning following the PeBL Philosophy.
The PowerPoint presentation is narrated. Please look in the bottom right of each slide for the speaker icon and click it to hear the narration. The presentation will take approximately an hour to an hour and a half to go through depending on if you take time to do the activities within or not. Please allow at least one hour to work through it.
The presentation covers: differentiation, personalization, content, process, product, REORDER, pyramid of growth, transfer of responsibility, and much more!
There is also a note-taking outline available to download and print below. It is suggested that you do this before working through the presentation.
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
Establishing Norms for Meetings, PLCs, or a Classroom
Establishing norms helps set clear expectations that everyone in the class or learning community can build together and agree to.
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.
Sometimes it's our own kids, and other times it's other people's kids that send us into the restroom crying. Either way it's no fun and can begin to weigh us down to a slow drudge on our morning commute into work. Take a minute to absorb this free eBook and "Stop Crying in the Restroom [it ain't that deep]."
Aboriginal children under age 14 make up 7% of all children in Canada and the Aboriginal population is the fastest growing demographic in this country. Eighty percent of Aboriginal children attend off-reserve provincial schools. In terms of school success, there are significant gaps in learning outcomes and graduation rates between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students.
This site provides many links to articles and resources that discuss this issue and provide examples of how different provinces are striving to close that gap and improve the educational opportunities to help Aboriginal students meets academic success.