LCEEQ offers workshops and events for teachers, administrators, consultants and other members of the English Education Community across Québec.
Please choose from the following list of currently available workshops. They are listed in chronological order. You will be prompted to login if you have not already.
Any notes regarding changes or cancellations will appear here, although you will also be notified directly.
The purpose of these days will be to provide a comprehensive review of the various activities and resources that have been developed by CDP/STIC since the inception of this program.
The goals will be
● To ensure that all consultants are aware of the activities/resources that are available
● To share insights about which activities/resources have proved to be most successful and consequently, which should be prioritized
● To promote a discussion and sharing of best practices around these activities/resources
This will be achieved by having the most valuable activities/resources laid out in ’stations’ around the STIC lab and having structured conversations about each.
Science & Technology consultants accompanied by ONE teacher per day
Pearson Electrotechnology Centre 5000 Rue René Huguet, Lachine, QC H8T 1M7
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A five-day residential Writer's Workshop for teachers, administrators and professionals working with students at the Elementary, Secondary and Post-Secondary levels. Participants will learn effective strategies for improving student writing by actively engaging in a writer's workshop.
This two-part workshop is sponsored by the Leadership Committee for English Education in Quebec (LCEEQ).
Graduates of previous Leadership for School Improvement Workshops are eligible for the Graduate session. You may choose to attend in April and/or August depending on your interest and availability.
There is no registration fee for Quebec educators. Cost for travel and accommodation are the responsibility of the School Board/School. There are substantial subsidies available for such through the LCEEQ Cost Sharing Policy. To see how it applies for residential projects visit LCEEQ.ca in the Documents section.
Over the course of two days we will work together to build effective strategies to implement in your classroom that will enable your students to become competent readers and writers. Through the use of children’s literature we will demonstrate methods for integrating technology and planning the ELA
curriculum in a way that encourages student learning.
Assessment of that learning needs to beappropriately placed throughout the course of the year so that you can use that information to facilitate further learning.
You will be working with Donna Sinclair and Amy Curry. Break-out sessions will be organized to direct the focus towards specific and effective strategies for Cycle 1 and, Cycle 2 and Cycle 3 teachers.
What participants can expect to learn and practice...
•Cross-curricular teaching and learning strategies
•How to plan for and use formative and summative assessment in ELA
•Effective integration of technology
•Questioning and feedback strategies
•Effective use of a variety of text types
There is no registration fee for this session - spaces are limited. Once registered you will receive information about reserving your accommodations at the Auberge des Gallant.