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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.
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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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2-Elementary & Secondary [clear filter]
Friday, November 30
 

10:15am

Designing Game-based Learning Activities for Social Sciences: Making our History and Geography courses more fun!
Limited Capacity filling up

Using the vast resources available in the Elementary and Secondary sections of LEARN Social Sciences, this session demonstrates and provides tools for the creation of playing-card games, mapping games, and also for ways to integrate multimedia elements (images, videos, 360 degree virtual reality tours, etc.) into a game-based learning strategies. Samples of games that practice the various “Intellectual Operations" will be presented, along with time for designing your own games using LEARN’s resources, similar techniques and completely free technologies, in order to make your class more fun!

Speakers
avatar for Paul Rombough

Paul Rombough

Educational Consultant, LEARN
Paul is a pedagogical consultant in Social Sciences for LEARN. Educated in Literary Studies, English & History from U. of T., and Education from McGill, he is a former high school teacher and RECIT consultant who has worked in the Montreal area, and in Inuit, Cree and Mohawk comm... Read More →


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

Financial Literacy for Students - The Money Fair Project
Limited Capacity seats available

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.


Speakers
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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. Instrumental... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am
2261

10:15am

Intro to Lego EV3 Robotics
Limited Capacity seats available

Catering to Grade 4 - 8, this will be an introduction to Lego Ev3 kits and the teacher's edition software that goes with it. Participants will be hands-on with Lego EV3 kits and will need a laptops with the software installed prior to the workshop. The software can be found at goo.gl/tC5WFg

Speakers
MA

Matthew Albert

Educational Consultant, LBPSB
Matt has been working on integrating innovative programs such as FIRST robotics , Video Game and Coding initiatives in elementary and high school for the past two years. He works as a consultant with the LBPSB.


Friday November 30, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am
2178

10:15am

Learning at the Beat of your own Drum: First Nations Cross-Curricular Project
Limited Capacity seats available

This presentation will be modeled according to high pedagogical standards, with time being chunked into learning and application chunks. Participants will be given digital access to my whole unit plan and given hard copies of the pieces we do together. Participants will learn about the online resources available to teach about the Residential school system and collaborate to create creative pieces to encourage healing and reconciliation. Participants will leave will practical, ready-to-use material for their classroom and be invited to join an on-line community of practitioners to continue collaboration once the session is over.

Speakers
JB

Jennifer Beaudoin

Teacher, LBPSB
Secondary Social Studies / ERC / ELA / Dance teacher at LCCHS for 12 years (mostly with special needs cohorts). Starting my Ph.D. in Education at Concordia University where my research will investigate best practices for school-based interventions to assist students who have experienced... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am
1149

10:15am

Micro:bits to Animate your Curricula
Limited Capacity seats available

Join Kids Code Jeunesse to dive into multiple curricular activities using the Micro:bit. Not just for science teachers and maker spaces, we see micro:bits as an engaging programmable gadget to enrich all kinds of teaching. We’ll walk through projects that have simple mechanics and flexible application in Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, and other subjects too. You will come out with several ways to make coding serve your class, not the other way around.

Speakers
MD

Mike Deutsch

Mike Deutsch leads the Education Development team at Kids Code Jeunesse. He focuses on curriculum and pedagogy, helping KCJ produce great, approachable teaching in classrooms and events across Canada. He also researches computing education as a Master’s student at McGill University... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am
2184

10:15am

Our Journey to Deep Learning.
Limited Capacity seats available

As our school board is adopting an “Engage the World Change the World” stance, our enthusiastic educators are redesigning the learning, along with capturing Deep Learning in action. We will share our way of connecting with other educators and school communities in order to build clarity and shared understanding. Our creative data platform shows a story of an evolutionary shift: students are embraced and have taken an active role in becoming great citizens of the world. The presentation is in English however, both presenters are bilingual.

Speakers
MP

Marie-Josee Paquette

Marie-Josee and Cristina are both passionate teachers from Forest Hill SR. who have been involved in building the capacity of our peers towards Deep Learning.
CS

Cristina Scuccimarri

Teacher, Lester B. Pearson School Board (Forest Hill Sr. School)
Cristina and Marie-Josee are both passionate teachers from Forest Hill SR. who have been involved in building the capacity of our peers towards Deep Learning. Universal Design of LearningClub Energie


Friday November 30, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am
2187

1:00pm

Comment réussir une intégration des TIC en classe
Limited Capacity seats available

Tout d'abord, je partagerai ma vision des TIC en classe, non pas comme des gadgets, mais comme des outils au service de l'apprentissage. Je présenterai ensuite des outils et des ressources à ma disposition pour démontrer la richesse et l'accessibilité du numérique pour l'enseignement. Les participants seront alors amenés à utiliser leur appareil électronique (téléphone) dans des activités qui leur montrera l'utilité de cet outil. Finalement, je présenterai des projets que j'ai réalisés avec mes élèves au cours des dernières années et des idées de projet que j'ai, autant pour l'écriture, l'interaction, la compréhension, et des idées de projets multidisciplinaires, autant pour des classes de secondaire que pour des classes de primaire.

Speakers
avatar for Mathieu Gagnon

Mathieu Gagnon

J'enseigne le français langue seconde depuis maintenant 6 ans. J'ai toujours cherché à innover dans ma salle de classe, autant dans mes méthodes d'enseignement que dans les projets que je conçois et je me demande toujours si les TIC pourraient jouer un rôle d'outil lors de ces... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm
2277

1:00pm

Meaningful Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Notre présentation (Équipe du Bison News Éric Arsenault et Fiona de Pippo) va présenter aux enseignants ce que l'équipe a créé à notre école pour améliorer la diffusion de nouvelles. L' équipe va aussi présenter leur atelier qu'ils offrent aux élèves du primaire afin de les aider à utiliser les nouveaux outils technologiques disponibles dans leurs écoles pour créer leur propre canal de nouvelles. L'équipe a documenté leur expérience en créant une vidéo qui présentent en image un compte-rendu de cet atelier. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTpoFKqDYyg&t=34s
Par la suite, l'Équipe voudrait soumettre les enseignants à un petit exercice de création d'une vidéo (création de questions, tournage avec Ipads que l'équipe va leur prêter, montage de leur vidéo et téléversement de leur vidéo vers leur nouveau canal youtube. Voici un mini aperçu de la présentation qu'Éric et Fiona veulent présenter.
Aperçu d'une mini présentation de leur projet en mai 2018 aux commissaires d'écoles de LBPSB
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEyeBS13GCI

Les participants vont apprendre qu'en utilisant les nouvelles technologies pour diffuser de l'information, on expose les apprenants dans un contexte d'emploi réel. De là vient le titre de la présentation Meaningful Learning. Par exemple, le Bison News est devenu un travail pour les étudiants. Toutes les semaines, les élèves avaient une job précise et ils ont appris que si quelqu'un ne faisait pas sa job comme il faut, il compromettait toute l'équipe. Pour notre responsable de scénario (élève de sec. 3) qui était dans un programme spécial parce qu'elle était faible en anglais a appris que c'était important de donner son 200% sinon, s'il y a des erreurs, ça retarde le tournage et la directrice de plateau (élève de sec. 5) lui fait savoir les conséquences de ses erreurs), etc... J'ai plein d'exemples à donner... Les participants vont apprendre qu'en observant des élèves de différents âges dans une même classe (équipe), ils apprennent à s'entraider entre eux et que le message passait beaucoup mieux par un élève plus vieux ou plus jeune que par une prof.

Speakers
avatar for Nancy Robitaille

Nancy Robitaille

Teacher, Lester B Pearson Schoolboard


Friday November 30, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm
2283

1:00pm

Micro:bits to Animate your Curricula
Limited Capacity seats available

Join Kids Code Jeunesse to dive into multiple curricular activities using the Micro:bit. Not just for science teachers and maker spaces, we see micro:bits as an engaging programmable gadget to enrich all kinds of teaching. We’ll walk through projects that have simple mechanics and flexible application in Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, and other subjects too. You will come out with several ways to make coding serve your class, not the other way around.

Speakers
MD

Mike Deutsch

Mike Deutsch leads the Education Development team at Kids Code Jeunesse. He focuses on curriculum and pedagogy, helping KCJ produce great, approachable teaching in classrooms and events across Canada. He also researches computing education as a Master’s student at McGill University... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm
2184

1:00pm

Teaching Computer Science for Beginners
Limited Capacity seats available

Many teachers get parachuted into Computer Science classes without a background in it. Thankfully there's never been more tools out there to help teach the topic - whether you're guiding students along a self-taught path, reducing complicated robot language to colourful blocks, or having your students code their way out of a dungeon full of skeletons and ghouls!

In this session I'll introduce teachers to a handful of fun, web-based tools for teaching everything from coding to web design to video game development. I've used these throughout the high school grades, but they could easily be modified for elementary schools.

Speakers
MG

Michael Gabe

As a teacher in the Lester B Pearson School Board for the past 12 years, I have always believed in using technology to augment good pedagogy as well as the value of project- and group-based learning opportunities. Whether teaching either of my long-time courses - Computer Science... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm
2172

1:00pm

The Value of Creating an Entrepreneurial Spirit through the Classroom!
Limited Capacity seats available

With an approach to social entrepreneurship and awareness, participants will discover how to bring the entrepreneurial spirit through their classrooms by an inquiry based approach where students will identify a problem or need in their school, community or globally and find ways to take action or solve that problem through creation of a product, service or event. This interactive and inquiry based learning will foster students understanding and importance of 21st century skills such as Collaboration, Creativity, Citizenship and Critical thinking to be the future young, successful social entrepreneurs.

Speakers
NB

Nancy Battet

Nancy Battet is a Pedagogical Consultant with the Lester B. Pearson School Board, working to develop business and community partnerships to bring relevance to the curriculum being taught in the classroom. As well, she oversees the Entrepreneurship initiatives, developing an entrepreneurial... Read More →


Friday November 30, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm
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