LCEEQ Newsletter

March 2018

The LCEEQ Newsletter - Issue 036 - The March to March

In this issue:

The LCEEQ Annual Conference - 2018

The Thinking Classroom

A Little Change of Pace

Spring is just around the corner...

Our monthly winner

When logging in is all you need...

Upcoming dates...

PD Subcommittee (PDSC)
March 14, 2018

DEEN Meeting
March 15-16, 2018

Regular LCEEQ Meeting
March 21, 2018

LCEEQ Steering Committee
March 22, 2018

See the calendar!

The LCEEQ Newsletter - Issue 036 - The March to March

The LCEEQ Annual Conference - 2018

The Thinking Classroom

Members look at EMF

The middle of February marks two important events, Valentine’s Day and the Annual LCEEQ Conference. Registrants from all corners of the province, representing pre-school through post-secondary and adult public and private education, came together at the Sheraton Laval Conference Center on February 12-13, 2018 to learn more about The Thinking Classroom. The largest LCEEQ professional learning event of the year provided the opportunity to network, to reflect, to dig into deeper learning and to celebrate many of the projects that are taking place in our educational institutions. Read one participant’s response to the event and find out what the keynote speakers had to offer.

For those who attended the Conference but who have not completed the Evaluation Form, there is still time to win the hundred-dollar prize by using the evaluation link you received via e-mail.

To see the video and read about it click here.

A Little Change of Pace


LCEEQ hopes that the scheduled break provides you with an opportunity for a change in your daily routine and the chance to do something you really enjoy doing that you simply do not have the time to do in your regular work day. Enjoy some quiet time alone, time with family, the outdoors, a sporting activity, a good book or that stack of magazines you have been trying to get to. However you decide to spend the time …..ENJOY and make the most of it!

Our January Winner

Monthly Winner

Mary Louise Rodgers is in her sixth year as Principal of Golden Gate School in the Val D’Or, Abitibi region. Before becoming a principal, she taught in elementary school, high school and a youth detention centre. Her favorite subject to teach is Math, but she also considers herself a grammar snob. Mary Louise is an active participant in the Elementary Math Focus Project. She will be attending her third and final Summer Institute this coming August.

Golden Valley School is the most populous rural school in the Western Quebec School Board. She is very proud of the staff and students. To relax, she enjoys cooking, reading (mostly audio books now!) and photography.

As the LCEEQ prize winner for the month of January 2018, Mary Louise received a one-hundred-dollar gift certificate from Indigo/Chapters. She can stock up on a few new audio books for her library. You, too, can win by simply logging into you LCEEQ account on a regular basis. Winners are chosen at random.

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