Welcome to the BJEC Day workshops!
On the side you will notice different options. Please tick your grade level and session 1 or 2 before choosing your category, as some workshops are different based on the session you are looking at. Please make sure to write down the title and category of your session 1 and session 2 workshops so that it will simplify your registration. When you have made all your choices, click the registration button on the bottom of the page. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Bienvenue aux ateliers de la journée pédagogique de BJEC!
Sur le côté, il y a divers options. S’il vous plaît choisissez votre niveau et numéro de session avant de choisir votre catégorie car il y a des ateliers qui sont différents selon la session. N’oubliez pas de noter le titre et catégorie des deux ateliers qui vous intérressent car cela facilitera votre inscription. Quand vous êtes prête, cliquez sur le bouton pour l’inscription au dessous de la page. On a hâte de vous voir bientôt!
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STEAM Curriculum as an Approach to Learning and the Technology used to Enhance it
December 11, 2017 @ 9:20 am - 10:50 am
Brian Seltman, Principal at Hebrew Foundation School
This workshop will offer educators an opportunity to explore practical ways to use technology to enrich their STEAM curriculum. Project ideas will be given for each grade level followed by thoughts about what technologies could be used for each. An examination of the design process and its importance in engaging our students, will also be explored. Participants will leave with examples and resources, all of which will be available for download.
Brian Seltmann has taught at both the high school and elementary levels and holds a Bachelors of Education and a Masters degree in Educational Technology. He has also been a technology consultant and is currently in his ninth year as a school administrator. Always the innovator, Mr. Seltmann is responsible for creating the iCan technology intensive program at Heritage High School, the first of its kind in Canada. Mr. Seltmann is a regular guest lecturer at Concordia University.