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.
This two-part workshop is sponsored by the Leadership Committee for English Education in Quebec (LCEEQ). 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.
Registration for this session is presently closed. If you would like to add your name to a waiting list please send a message to email@example.com
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.
We are pleased to announce that a three-day workshop will be offered in English for Math Teachers and Counsellors (DBE - Sec. 4).
The first two consecutive days, May2-3, 2016 will take place at the at the Holiday Inn Centre Ville.
The third day will be held on May 11, 2016 at the Ministry of Education Building - 600 Fullum Street.
Each day will begin at 8:30 and finish at 16:00 - a buffet lunch will be provided.
The two presenters are :
Dr. Limin Jao
Dr. Terry Wan Jung Lin
The three modules that will be examined are:
Module 1: From mathematical action to dealing with situations
Module 2: Problem solving tasks: from learning to evaluation
Module 3: Evaluation of mathematical competencies
Moving Forward: A Conference on High Expectations!
Research on effective schools in disadvantaged areas that have high success rates shows that
teachers have high expectations of all their students.
During this one day conference, we will explore different strategies and approaches school
teams can adopt to aim for excellence by rethinking what we do and how we do it by setting
ambitious goals for our students.
Our Keynote Speaker,
Suzy Pepper Rollins, a passionate lifelong educator, created “Fast LaneLearning” to address the issue of academic success for all. Her workshops are lively, entertainingsessions which offer a wide choice of instructional strategies for teachers at all levels. Formerly the remedial education coordinator at Cobb County schools in Georgia, Suzy believes in the following mantra: every child, every way, every day. In her keynote address, Suzy will reiterate her mission which is to create academic success for alllearners by instilling instructional practices that provide widespread accessibility to the curriculum. (Learning in the Fast Lane)
“Struggling students need the most powerful instructional practices that research and practice have to offer.”
Suzy Pepper Rollins firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Guest Speaker,
Dr. Joseph Flessa, received his PhD in Educational Policy Research fromand Politics, Department of Theory and Policy Studies in Education at OISE/UT where he has been afaculty member since 2005. Much of Flessa's current work focuses on the ways that school site principals and other leaders in urban schools and districts describe and seek to address social andeducational inequalities. The major emphasis of Flessa’s research is urban education. He is a researcher at OISE/UT’s Centre for Urban Schooling and at the Centre for Leadership and Diversity. Current major projects include: case study research focused on schooling and poverty and case study research on theimplementation of Ontario class size reduction, amongst many others.
Dr. Flessa will address the topic of “attitudes and beliefs” that foster high expectations.
Join us on the beautiful McGill Campus this May to celebrate a week of Science and Technology. LCEEQ, Youth Science Canada and EAST are proud to invite you to the STEMPOWER teachers conference which will be integrated into the Canada-Wide Science Festival. We are delighted to provide this Professional development opportunity to teachers and consultants from across Canada. There will be sessions offered in French as well.
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.
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 be appropriately 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.
They both believe in the promotion of purposeful assessment that helps to move students forward in their learning and that promotes rich opportunities for both the teacher and students in the classroom.
Donna has been the coordinator of English Language Arts provincial evaluation materials for the elementary and secondary levels at the MEES for five years. Prior to that she was responsible for the elementary Cycle 3 examination and the develoment of prototype examinations at all levels of secondary in English Language Arts.
Amy is an experienced and creative educator with a passion for English Language Arts. She is currently working on a loan of service to the MEES where she is responsible for the creation of the Cycle 2 and Cycle 3 ELA examinations. Her previous roles with the Western Quebec School Board include New Teacher Coaching and Mentoring Program Co-ordinator, Literacy Consultant, and Resource Teacher.
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.