ADSB is offering paid professional learning for teaching staff on August 30 & 31. Check your Board email in early August for registration details.
ADSB is inviting all daily occasional teachers to a paid Professional Development session on the topic of Human Rights, Slurs, and Human Trafficking. Please see the message from Ryan at your personal email address for more information.
Register here: https://forms.office.com/r/F6WypY3QNy
Looking for some great after-school professional learning?
The Ontario Teachers’ Federation has a great lineup of free spring webinars that will explore hands-on, classroom-ready approaches for Supporting Teacher Efficacy and Student Engagement. All sessions are on Tuesdays or Thursdays after school.
View the OTF webinar calendar to see what’s offered and register.
OTF is offering a limited number of grants that you can use to participate in a French as a Second Language (FSL) professional learning program/activity of your choosing or to purchase resources to support your FSL proficiency and teaching. You can work with other FSL teachers in a collaborative learning team of two to four teachers, or you can apply for an individual grant. For those working in a team, the maximum grant is $500 per team member (maximum $2,000 per team), and for those working individually, the maximum grant is $250.
The deadline for applying for a grant is 5:00 pm on Thursday, October 14, 2021. Successful applicants will be notified by November 5, 2021.
To find out more about the Ici on parle français – Take 2 grant program and to apply, click here.
ETFO AQ courses continue to offer high-quality professional learning. These popular courses, developed by teachers for teachers, are current, practical and provide exemplary learning for teachers and members.
Please visit the etfo-aq.ca to view the updated course calendar and find registration details.
ETFO is seeking content contributors for the highly subscribed etfoassessment.ca website. Successful candidates must demonstrate a depth of knowledge in sound assessment practices, the Ontario Curriculum and the ability to integrate principles of equity within their assessment work.
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