Transforming Pedagogies Learn – Design – Innovate
Since the late 20th century, new understandings of learning have continued to emerge. These new understandings arise from the fields of neurology, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and ecology. It is imperative that those responsible for optimum learning in a system understand the transformations to pedagogies that support and promote learning throughout the system. Partner Research Schools and Galileo Educational Network collaborate to bring this event alive.
On November 22, 2019, ministry and faculty of education representatives, Directors of Education/CEOs, and other K-12 leaders from across Canada attended our EXCLUSIVE professional learning session, where they:
Learned the fundamental principles and evidence behind workplace well-being in K-12 education
Found out how investing in educator well-being can heighten student achievement and save precious resources
Discussed ways to go beyond one-off unsustainable programs to a long-term, system-wide approach
Couldn’t make it? Stay tuned for our Spring National Summit on K-12 Workplace Well-being
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Cannexus, Canada’s largest bilingual National Career Development Conference, returns to Ottawa, Jan. 27-29, 2020, to help educators prepare students for the future of work.
Bringing together more than 1,200 career development professionals from K-12, post-secondary, community, government and private sectors, the conference will provide insights on:
•Youth career education and career exploration
•Integrating career into curriculum and experiental learning
The 3-day conference is presented by CERIC, a charitable organization advancing career development research and education in Canada.
This experiential K-Post-Secondary changemaker education day will give participants the opportunity learn from youth and the ingenuity of our Canadian youth-focused Ashoka Fellows. By providing an immersive experience in living a changemaker education, Ashoka Canada and Rideau Hall Foundation aim to further our goal of helping all young people see themselves as Canada’s future innovators who create change for the good of all.
In this unique un-conference, educators will learn from and alongside young changemakers with some of the most creative minds in the country.
This Conference offers an outstanding professional development experience for K-3 teachers, literacy coaches, spec ed teachers interested in expanding common understandings and effective literacy practices to maximize young student achievements. The Conference is widely recognized as the country’s premier professional development experience for teachers of early literacy. Sessions are designed to present sound learning theory together with instructional best practices. Over two days, there will be keynote speakers, in depth workshops and a trade show of publishers with classroom materials.
We invite you to our 16th Annual Highly Rated Conference on April 30th – May 3rd 2019, join us for 4 days of early childhood conference presentations. Over 80 presentations. Continuing Education Credits Offered. Over 1,000 attendees expected. Topics for Typically Developing Children topics on Special Needs, Autism, Speech and other conditions
Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Principals, Directors, Speech, OT, PT Therapists, Psychologists, & Social Workers.
The Deep Equity framework addresses the dynamics of power, privilege, and the impact that implicit biases have on our schools and our students. This capacity-building approach to cultural competence and culturally responsive teaching empowers educators to close the racial and socio-economic gaps in student achievement. Deep Equity builds the foundation for organizational growth by giving educators the tools and skills to have authentic conversations, drive positive change, overcome equity barriers and become courageous leaders of cultural transformation.
The Corwin Equity Institute engages educators in the real work of school reform to create systemic change from the bottom up. Learning from real experiences of public school practitioners and students, attendees will leave with a renewed energy and a more engaging approach to their practice. Teachers and school leaders will gain a deeper understanding of how to impact change and discover what it takes to create more equitable learning experiences for all students.
At the Ottawa Deep Equity Institute, you will learn to:
I’m thrilled to invite you to participate in Canada’s 9th Canadian EdTech Innovation Summit — “Designing Sustainable Learning Environments.”
We’re challenging education & industry leaders along with students to join forces to help solve some of the most pressing challenges we face in education across Canada to get beyond pockets of innovation.
As we’re in the midst of finalizing our program, we have a call out for presenters and sponsors to support what promises to be an engaging and thought provoking day that will inspire and challenge you and your colleagues in raising the bar in keeping Canada at the forefront of innovation in education across the world!
New this year! We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with University of Toronto Mississauga as the host site of this year’s Summit.
Please don’t hesitate to drop me an email email@example.com or call me at, 416-569-2106 to discuss how we can partner with you to maximize you and your team’s participation in our national EdTech Leadership Summit.
nternational Conference on Educational Success, April 25, 26, 27, 2018
Centre des Congrès, Québec City, Canada
Organized as part of
7th World Conference on « Violence in Schools and Public Policy »
7th Biennial Conference of the «Québec Committee for Youth with Behavioural Difficulties/ Comité québecois pourles jeunes en difficulté de comportement (CQJDC)
This conference is widely recognized as Canada’s premier professional development experience for teachers of early literacy. Sessions are designed to present sound learning theory together with instructional best practices for K–3 teachers, Reading Recovery Teachers, Literacy Consultants and Coaches, Resource, Special Education teachers and Early Childhood Educators.