Manque de temps pour assister à des congrès ou pour suivre des formations. Les cyberconférences sont là pour vous ! Vous pouvez participer, apprendre et partager grâce à ces conférences en ligne animées par des spécialistes, des enseignants ou des consultants qui explorent des sujets engageants sous diverses formes : présentation, groupe de discussion, etc.
Si vous avez manqué une cyberconférence, veuillez consulter les présentations enregistrées ci-dessous et n'hésitez pas à les partager avec vos collègues.
Playing with Poetry
In this interactive and hands-on hour, teachers will come away with numerous methods to bring playful poetry into their English Language Arts curriculum. Geared for the elementary classroom, this session encourages and exposes the power and passion that poetry possesses. Participants will read, write and share a vast array of poems guaranteed to promote a love of words and wordplay. This is important since merely whispering "poetry" frightens almost everyone away.
June 10, 2013
Public ciblé : Elementary ELA Teachers
Presenter Melanie Stonebanks has been part of the education community for the past 20 years. She has enjoyed her roles as elementary teacher, sessional lecturer at McGill University, consultant and team member at MELS in English Language Arts and pedagogical consultant at LEARN.
Applying UDL Principles to my Class
Many of you will have encountered this term at conferences, in training and publications. It sounds appealing, ground breaking and slightly daunting!
This session will seek to introduce the basic concepts of Universal Design for Learning from a hands-on-perspective: What is it? Why is it becoming increasingly important in achieving inclusion? How can I start exploring and implementing it as a teacher everyday in my own clasroom?
February 3, 2014
Public ciblé : Secondary Teachers
Presenter Frederic Fovet brings to the field of inclusion a unique profile in the sense that he has a combined background in Law (he was a practising solicitor in the UK) and an academic research interest in Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (he holds a MEd in SEBD from the University of Birmingham in the UK). It is undoubtedly this dual perspective that makes UDL so appealing. He has himself been a Special Ed teacher and the principal of a residential school for adolescents with Learning Disabilities and behaviour difficulties for over a decade, before triggering at the head of the OSD at McGill a radical and campus wide drive for UDL implementation.