Is Canada’s education system accessible, equitable, and representative of our country’s diversity?
Join The Conference Board of Canada as we engage in interactive discussions around major challenges facing our country’s education and skills development systems.
Agenda at a glance:
– Skills for the Workplace of Tomorrow
– Decolonizing the Education Experience
– Early Childhood Education Essential to the Education Continuum
– Matching Skills to Jobs: Tools that Enable Labour Market Transitions
– Achieving Social Change Through Education Partnerships
– Building Mentally Healthy Campus
Join Dr. Stuart Shanker and the TMC crew, July 8th – 11th 2019, for our 5th annual Self-Reg Summer Symposium. Our theme this year is Self-Reg and Democracy: The Future lies in the Hands of Self-Reg Parents, Schools, and Communities.
SRSS 2019 will focus on how Self-Reg can help sustain democracy and civil engagement, one community, one classroom, one family, one child at a time. How can Self-Reg help us raise today’s kids in ways that promote the prosocial behaviour and civic engagement that society needs?
The BC Partners in Online Learning, in partnership with the Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn), invite you to the 16th annual Digital Learning Symposium April 7 – 9, 2019 — Fostering Inquiry: Personal Learning in Digital Environments. The focus of the 3-day Symposium is on leading flexible learning models, environments and instructional approaches. The event attracts over 400 educators from BC and across Canada: technology coordinators, curriculum developers, and leaders from K-12 and post-secondary. Network, learn, be challenged and enlightened at this premier CANeLearn event.
The conference is an opportunity to share, learn and network with educators from K-12 and post secondary settings. It will include presentations and break-out sessions with leaders in assessment and opportunities to connect your learning with your own teaching context. Guest speakers will include CAfLN’s founding members – Ken O’Connor, Lorna Earl and Damian Cooper.