Welcome to BJEC’s Annual Teachers’ Conference workshops for 2018!

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Make sure that with your final selection you have either one full-day workshop or a morning and an afternoon workshop by looking at the time given in the workshop description. Please make sure to write down the code and/or the title of your choice(s) to 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 du congrès annuel des enseignants du CBEJ!

Sur le côté, vous remarquerez que vous pouvez décider quelles catégories sont visibles pour vous. Veuillez choisir votre niveau scolaire et/ou le(s) langue(s) qui vous intéressent pour vous offrir la meilleure sélection pour vous.

Assurez-vous que votre sélection finale inclut un atelier d’une journée entière ou un atelier du matin et de l’après-midi en regardant l’heure dans la description. Veuillez vous assurer de noter le code de l’atelier et/ou le titre de votre choix pour simplifier votre inscription. Lorsque vous avez fait tous vos choix, cliquez sur le bouton d’inscription en bas de la page. Nous avons hâte de vous voir bientôt!

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October 2018

(All teachers) The making of an activist

October 22 @ 12:45 pm - 3:30 pm

Gail Klinck, Teacher and Union officer, Appalachian Teachers' Association Julie Montpetit, Executive Assistant, Quebec Provincial Association of Teachers Workshop Code: #LL14 Room: 270 Like it or not, or believe it or not, young people are inheriting a world in peril. Educators are placed in a unique position to help students see the importance of responsibility and action, whether it’s at a personal, local or global level. This workshop will focus on how to incorporate social action issues and themes into…

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(All teachers) Creating a work-Life balance – SESSION FULL

October 22 @ 12:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Dr. Zina Suissa, Executive Coach/Psychologist, Resonance Executive and Team Coaching Workshop Code: #LL15 Room: 360 The goal of the workshop is to provide teachers with an understanding of the importance of work-life balance, as well as to help them gain a balance for themselves. This workshop will be both knowledge-based and interactive. We will cover the reasons why creating a work-life balance is important, have a discussion on priorities and barriers, and review habits of people who have achieved a…

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(All teachers) Blogging to preserve our stories – SESSION CANCELLED

October 22 @ 12:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Melinda Cochrane, Teacher, Author and Founder of Melinda Cochrane International Workshop Code: #LL16 Room: 230 In this workshop, you will learn how to use blogging as a way for students to interact with the world around them. Students will be able to create an ongoing blog as they learn more in your class about how to grow and develop their own story. Your bloggers will read, research and produce blog posts for their fellow students to learn from and to connect…

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(Elementary) Implementing the Maker mindset – SESSION FULL

October 22 @ 12:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Sylwia Bielec & Chris Colley, Pedagogical Consultants, LEARN Workshop Code: #LL18 Room: 350 Are you curious about Makerspaces, Art Hives, Genius Hours and Passion Projects? These open-ended, interest-driven learning spaces provide learners of all ages and abilities with the unique opportunity to engage with various technologies as agents and creators. From exploring circuitry by connecting a board to a computer to creating wearable technologies and robots that draw, the Maker movement has expanded the way we see our place in…

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(Elementary) Infusing Jewish history within our curriculum

October 22 @ 12:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Leila Roiter, Professor, Dawson College Workshop Code: #LL19 Room: 236 As Jewish Studies teachers, our goal is to help our students connect with the Jewish tradition and community. By teaching in a student-centered manner, we can help our students write themselves into the narrative of Jewish history. Together, we can identify opportunities that organically present themselves within existing programs and curriculum. In this workshop, we will discuss ways of infusing Jewish history into our teaching in order to complement the curriculum and…

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