Welcome to CCI 2018!
On behalf of the DEEN Synergy Committee, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board, Lester B. Pearson School Board & LEARN are proud to co-host the 2nd annual Joint Educational Technology Conference on November 30, 2018 at Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School (Directions/Map).
Conference Registration Form. Registration will close on November 26, 2018
Mission Statement:
To provide teachers with Professional Development in Educational Technology that situates students as co-constructors of their own learning.
Bienvenue à CCI 2018!
Le comité DEEN Synergy, la Commission scolaire Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier, la Commission scolaire Lester-B.-Pearson et LEARN sont fiers de présenter conjointement la deuxième conférence annuelle sur la technologie éducative, qui aura lieu le 30 novembre 2018 à l’école secondaire Pierrefonds Comprehensive (trajet/carte).
formulaire d’inscription à la conférence  La date limite d’inscription est le 26 novembre 2018
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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Friday, November 30 • 10:15am - 11:45am
Financial Literacy for Students - The Money Fair Project LIMITED

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It is never too early to talk with our kids about money (www.talkwithourkidsaboutmoney.com).
The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education provides students, teachers and parents the resources to discuss important financial literacy topics and provides our youth, beginning in elementary school cycle three, the tools to begin understanding the importance of managing and saving their money. Students will be encouraged to work on “money” projects with the ultimate goal of putting on their own “money fair”. Through an interactive inquiry based method, students choose a topic on money which interests them in their daily lives. These topics might include: cost of a cell phone, how much does it cost to play hockey?, what is the cost of my upcoming graduation?. Students will be encouraged to research a topic of interest and collaboratively plan a presentation of these projects to their class, multiple classes in the school, or in the auditorium to a larger group. The reality of what things cost today and credit protection for youth is an important aspect of the Talk with our Kids about Money program. Students become inspired by taking part in a money fair which will guide them on the importance of being informed financial citizens in their future.


Brian Smith

Brian Smith Vice - President, Quebec Operations - Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) Recent addition to the CFEE team. Brian will be responsible for the development of strategic partnerships in Quebec. Likewise to facilitate the use of CFEE resources in the province... Read More →

Friday November 30, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am EST

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