LCEEQ Newsletter

May 10, 2023

The LCEEQ Newsletter - Issue 098 - The May Edition

In this issue:

You Certainly Can Find an Hour for Your Wellbeing

A webinar on May 31

LCEEQ Invites Applications for Researchers

Two positions available

The “Moderation Process” Made Clearer

Webinar recording now available

Upcoming dates...

ACES Meeting
May 25, 2023

Mental Health Webinar
May 31, 2023

LCEEQ Regular Meeting
June 1, 2023

See the calendar!

The LCEEQ Newsletter - Issue 098 - The May Edition

Mental Wellness in the Education Community is Vital for ALL

Our Sesame Street friends give us some simple but sound advice about taking care of ourselves in this tweet.


It is not always as easy as it sounds. You and those dear to you need to have strategies to help deal with the daily pressures you experience both in the workplace and at home. Join educators at all levels in a special evening webinar presentation by Dr. Gretchen Moran Marsh. It will be an hour well invested for you and your family.

The webinar will be held on May 31, 2023 in the evening. Details and registration information can be found here.

LCEEQ Invites Applications for Researchers

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Last year LCEEQ initiated a research process based on the question What Does the English-speaking Educational Community in Québec Envisage Beyond the Pandemic? The first phase of the project identified four critical questions.

Phase II of the project is designed to collect data on these four questions from the various stakeholders in the English-speaking Educational Community. LCEEQ is presently inviting researchers to serve as a Primary Researcher and as a Junior Researcher. The deadline for submissions for consideration is June 1, 2023.

Details and how to apply for the Primary Researcher can be found here - English, Français
Details and how to apply for the Junior Researcher can be found here - English, Français

The “Moderation Process” Made Clearer


Those involved with Ministerial examinations in Secondary Cycle II have often been confused by the process the Ministry employs to ensure that there is balance between student results during the school year and those on the provincial examinations. One hundred fifty educators participated in a recent webinar to explain the process. Jeff Harvey, member of both the Mathematics, Science and Technology Committee (MaST) and the Committee for Assessment, Reporting and Evaluation (CARE) animated the presentation.

The webinar was recorded and is available here on the LCEEQ website.