Concordia University’s Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) wishes to recognize and celebrate the fine work that is conducted by teachers across the province. There will be two one-thousand-dollar prizes awarded to teachers who have demonstrated innovation in their teaching.
We are pleased to announce that the residential model will return this year, with a slight twist. Previously the focus was on new recruits with services provided to graduates. This year we are inviting our graduate population to “Bring A Colleague” in order to continue to nourish the ever-growing leadership network across the province.
OUR MONTHLY WINNERS
Every month we pick a random registered user who re-visited the site in the previous month and give them a $100 gift card. That's right, just by visiting us, and logging in, you too are eligible for our monthly prize drawing.
Anik Malenfant is starting her 14th year as a French as a Second Language Consultant at the English Montreal School Board. Year after year, she applies for PDIG projects and truly enjoys developing innovative and creative resources. This year, in collaboration with partners from the network, a group of motivated teachers are preparing grammar activities that are based on literature books. They are eager to share these new resources with the community.
Anik received a one-hundred-dollar gift certificate from Indigo/Chapters as the LCEEQ Website prize winner for the month of December. Winners are chosen at random from those logging into their LCEEQ account. Follow Anik’s example and check into your account regularly and we may see your name as the winner in the coming months.