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Welcome to CCI 2017!

On behalf of the DEEN Synergy Committee, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board, Lester B. Pearson School Board & LEARN are proud to co-host the 1st annual Joint Educational Technology Conference on October 30, 2017 at Laval Junior Academy (Directions/Map).

Conference Registration Form. Registration Closed on October 12, 2017

Mission Statement:

To provide teachers with Professional Development in Educational Technology that situates students as co-constructors of their own learning.

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Bienvenue à CCI 2017!

Le comité DEEN Synergy, la Commission scolaire Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier, la Commission scolaire Lester-B.-Pearson et LEARN sont fiers de présenter conjointement la première conférence annuelle sur la technologie éducative, qui aura lieu le 30 octobre 2017 à l’école secondaire Laval Junior Academy (trajet/carte).

formulaire d’inscription à la conférence  FERMÉ le 12 octobre 2017

Énoncé de mission

Offrir aux enseignants du perfectionnement professionnel sur les technologies éducatives qui font de l’élève un cocréateur de son apprentissage.
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Monday, October 30
 

11:00

Can we prevent sexting? Let’s Talk (AM)
Limited Capacity seats available

With the prevalence of mobile device use, communication has evolved from being text-based to a mixed media form such as images, audio and video clips. Our youth are now expressing themselves differently, including sexually. As technology is an integral part of their life, they now also explore and develop their own identity using the tools they have in hand. What they share and its reach has now expanded beyond the here and now. What can we do to help our students understand and reduce the risks that come with sexting and encourage empathy among them? Join us as we have an open conversation, address your concerns, share important information and collaboratively learn some new strategies for addressing sexting with our students.

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Bebbington

Sandra Bebbington

Consultant, The Digital Citizenship Initiative
Sandra is a collaborator with the Digital Citizenship Initiative and the Information Literacy Project. She is a librarian with a passion for gaming and education. Sandra is also completing a post grad diploma in online learning and educational technology at Harvard and teachin... Read More →
avatar for Caroline Dupuis

Caroline Dupuis

Education Consultant, The Digital Citizenship Initiative
Caroline is on loan of service as a collaborator on the information literacy project and the digital citizenship initiative. Her regular post is RECIT education consultant for the EMSB where she provides ongoing support for both teachers and consultants for the purposeful integra... Read More →
avatar for Julian Taylor

Julian Taylor

Librarian, MEES
Librarian working with the MEES-DSCA on Digital Citizenship, Information Literacy, and school libraries. Chair of QSLiN. On a Loan of Service from the ETS dept of the EMSB; regular position is as a Librarian Facilitator.


Monday October 30, 2017 11:00 - 12:30
A-111

11:00

Comment enseigner la compétence interagir au secondaire ?
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.


Des conseillers pédagogiques et des enseignants de CSSWL vous proposent des plans de leçon basés sur le modèle de l’enseignement explicite pour développer 5 habiletés inspirées d’Academic Conversation qui amèneront les élèves à mieux interagir lors de tâches complexes. Chaque plan de leçon présente une mise en situation, un modelage fait à partir de vidéos réalisées avec des élèves du secondaire ainsi que des activités relatives à l’habileté ciblée.

Speakers
avatar for Patricia Clohosy

Patricia Clohosy

Teacher, SWLSB
avatar for Julie Paré

Julie Paré

Conseillère pédagogique, LEARN
Depuis une quinzaine d’années, elle enseigne le FLS dans les écoles primaires et secondaires anglophones. En 2009, elle a joint l’équipe de LEARN comme conseillère pédagogique. En plus d’être superviseure de stages pour les étudiants en enseignement du FLS, elle cont... Read More →


Monday October 30, 2017 11:00 - 12:30
A-104

11:00

Learning Evaluation Situations and Evaluation Situations for Science: Technological World, Cycle 2 Year 2
Limited Capacity seats available

The focus of the workshop is to share recently developed learning and evaluation tools for the secondary cycle 2 ST, AST, and EST technology portion of the science program. The LESs were developed with the intent of emphasizing student cognitive and metacognitive strategies by incorporating Inquiry-Based teacher probes into the lessons. Presenters will demonstrate the components of their newly developed LESs and ESs. Multiple LES and ES will be made available to participants, including support documents and teaching tools (PowerPoints, handouts with answer keys). Participants will learn how to build electric circuits used in the LES, and a unit plan that has students building motion transmission and motion transformation systems. In addition, teachers will be provided with a variety of alternate lesson plans. 

Speakers
HM

Heather McPherson

Teacher, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board
Heather teaches Chemistry, EST and grade 10 ST. She is a PhD candidate studying science education in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill. Research interests are implementation of the QEP, and Professional Learning Communities. | | Andrea teaches Physics, EST and 10 ST. She was the recipient of the Prime Minister's Teaching Award (2015) and AMGEN award for Science Teaching Excellence (2011). She is interested in developing curriculum tools for Sec 4... Read More →
AV

Andrea Venditti

Teacher, Rosemere High School


Monday October 30, 2017 11:00 - 12:30
A-215

11:00

Using Literature Circles in the classroom: built in divergence (AM)
Limited Capacity seats available

The goal of this workshop is to acquaint teachers with the benefits of using Literature Circles in the classroom as a way of reaching out to the various needs of different students. Teachers will learn how to choose books, creating "Book Talks" to help their students choose the right book for them, using technology for students to work and deliver work, making videos to show their learning, as well as the many different roles students can be offered in literature circles and how to use the roles to differentiate learning (match the role to the child). Activities include choosing books to create Lit circles thematically and trying out various roles in groups.

Speakers
PD

Pierre Doyon

Teacher, Lester B. Pearson School Board
I have been teaching High School English since 1997, obtained my Doctorate in 2009, lectured in the Education department at McGill for ten years, and give workshops for the IBO. Besides teaching English Language Arts, I teach Technology and Design, Film and Sociology. I have two... Read More →


Monday October 30, 2017 11:00 - 12:30
A-209

13:15

Can we prevent sexting? Let’s Talk (PM)
Limited Capacity seats available

With the prevalence of mobile device use, communication has evolved from being text-based to a mixed media form such as images, audio and video clips. Our youth are now expressing themselves differently, including sexually. As technology is an integral part of their life, they now also explore and develop their own identity using the tools they have in hand. What they share and its reach has now expanded beyond the here and now. What can we do to help our students understand and reduce the risks that come with sexting and encourage empathy among them? Join us as we have an open conversation, address your concerns, share important information and collaboratively learn some new strategies for addressing sexting with our students.

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Bebbington

Sandra Bebbington

Consultant, The Digital Citizenship Initiative
Sandra is a collaborator with the Digital Citizenship Initiative and the Information Literacy Project. She is a librarian with a passion for gaming and education. Sandra is also completing a post grad diploma in online learning and educational technology at Harvard and teachin... Read More →
avatar for Caroline Dupuis

Caroline Dupuis

Education Consultant, The Digital Citizenship Initiative
Caroline is on loan of service as a collaborator on the information literacy project and the digital citizenship initiative. Her regular post is RECIT education consultant for the EMSB where she provides ongoing support for both teachers and consultants for the purposeful integra... Read More →
avatar for Julian Taylor

Julian Taylor

Librarian, MEES
Librarian working with the MEES-DSCA on Digital Citizenship, Information Literacy, and school libraries. Chair of QSLiN. On a Loan of Service from the ETS dept of the EMSB; regular position is as a Librarian Facilitator.


Monday October 30, 2017 13:15 - 14:45
A-111

13:15

Comment favoriser l'engagement et la responsabilisation des élèves - Le parcours d'une enseignante
Limited Capacity filling up

Dans le cadre de cette présentation, vous verrez de façon concrète comment une enseignante a utilisé la planification à rebours et de la technologie dans sa classe dans le but d'aider ses élèves à mieux intégrer leurs apprentissages et à s'engager dans leur classe de français. À la fin de la session, les participants auront des outils concrets pour s'initier à la planification à rebours et pour implanter cette approche dans leur classe.
fls.lbpsb.qc.ca

Speakers
avatar for Kim Gromko

Kim Gromko

Teacher, Lester B. Pearson School Board
Bonjour, j'ai à coeur de faire une différence dans la vie des élèves, tant au niveau de leur apprentissage du français qu'au niveau humain. Après un parcours comme enseignante d'immersion française au primaire et chargée de cours à l'université, j'enseigne présenteme... Read More →
avatar for Marc-Albert Paquette

Marc-Albert Paquette

Conseiller pédagogique en français langue seconde pour le secondaire, Lester B. Pearson School Board
Marc-Albert a à coeur de faire une différence dans la vie des élèves, tant au niveau de leur apprentissage du français qu'au niveau humain. Il est conseiller pédagogique en français langue seconde pour le secondaire à LBSPB après avoir été tour à tour enseignant, admi... Read More →


Monday October 30, 2017 13:15 - 14:45
A-104

13:15

Making Meaning and the Response Process
Limited Capacity seats available

How can we better support students as they make meaning of texts during the response process? In this session, we will begin by exploring a new video for Secondary ELA and participants will be invited to try out a new continuum for response. They will also have the opportunity to explore an online database of teacher-selected reading materials and access digital teaching resources that can support their reading curriculum and support the response process. 

Speakers
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Anne Beamish

Team Leader Secondary ELA, Ministère de l'Education et de l'Enseignement Supérieur
High school ELA teacher and now a consultant working with the Languages team of the MEES. I also work with the QRC (Quebec Reading Connection) team and I am responsible for the Secondary section. I am passionate about engaging students with authentic literature and learning cont... Read More →



Monday October 30, 2017 13:15 - 14:45
A-257

13:15

Using Literature Circles in the classroom: built in divergence (PM)
Limited Capacity seats available

The goal of this workshop is to acquaint teachers with the benefits of using Literature Circles in the classroom as a way of reaching out to the various needs of different students. Teachers will learn how to choose books, creating "Book Talks" to help their students choose the right book for them, using technology for students to work and deliver work, making videos to show their learning, as well as the many different roles students can be offered in literature circles and how to use the roles to differentiate learning (match the role to the child). Activities include choosing books to create Lit circles thematically and trying out various roles in groups.

Speakers
PD

Pierre Doyon

Teacher, Lester B. Pearson School Board
I have been teaching High School English since 1997, obtained my Doctorate in 2009, lectured in the Education department at McGill for ten years, and give workshops for the IBO. Besides teaching English Language Arts, I teach Technology and Design, Film and Sociology. I have two... Read More →


Monday October 30, 2017 13:15 - 14:45
A-209