Workshop Registration

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This experienced based program will provide Physical and Health Education
teachers with hands on opportunities to increase their knowledge, skills,
and confidence in the development and implementation of outdoor
winter activities. The program will focus on developing the competencies
of the physical education and health program through the presentation
of learning and evaluation situations for the outdoors. Activities such as
winter survival, shelter building, site development, team building, winter
first aid, and night wandering will be vehicles used to explore pedagogical
considerations for planning, teaching and assessment in relation to
the PEH program. Interdisciplinary connections (science and nature,
Indigenous knowledge and content, connections to place and land) will be
highlighted throughout the program. Program blocks will include:
• Introduction to teaching in a cold environment
• Nordic skiing (equipment, preparation, technique instruction)
• Snowshoeing
• Winter survival

 

This program is targeted at both elementary and secondary teachers. An LES for Cycle 3 elementary will
be presented as well as program content ideal for a Secondary 5 leadership class. Teachers with limited
experience teaching outdoors in the winter will gain foundational skills while more experienced teachers will
be exposed to a variety of pedagogical strategies for structuring classes and learning situations outdoors in
the winter. This program will be facilitated by Gordon Oliver and Dr. Lee Schaefer.

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 is for all six days - April 20-22, 2020 and August 10-12, 2020

This 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.  REgistration for the August session will be opened later.

There is no registration fee. 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.

A five-day 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.