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Summer@St. Mark's College 2017

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BC Teachers: Come Learn with Us this Summer!

Professional Education Workshops @St. Mark's College, 2017

Welcome to Summer@SMC, hosting timely and applicable professional development workshop opportunities for BC teachers this July 11th, 12th and 13th.


This year we're happy to provide the expertise of two well-known Vancouver educators. Aboriginal Success Teacher, writer and conference presenter, Stephanie Maki, will be leading three BC Indigenous education workshops, including Aboriginal Education 101, Embedding Authentic Aboriginal Authors in the Mainstream Classroom for Secondary Classrooms and Traditional Oral Story Telling in the Classroom.


For BC Math educators, Michael Pruner, high school mathematics teacher of 23 years from North Vancouver, BC and the president of the BC Association of Mathematics Teachers is providing two workshops on "Thinking Classrooms I & II", giving teachers a collaborative problem-solving and learning through experience perspective, while showing math education in a fun and exciting way. Michael's 3rd workshop, New Curriculum and Assessment, focuses on how teachers can assess math skills as they align assessments with the shift in learning standards.


Workshops are all 2-hour formats, running in morning and afternoon sessions. Mix and match, or fill up on three days of professional development skills and training that you can use for Fall, 2017.


Make your summer count!


Summer@SMC 2017

Tuesday, July 11th

Courses – Morning (10am-noon): Thinking Classrooms I, Michael Pruner

Courses – Afternoon (1:30-3:30pm): Aboriginal Education 101: Understanding the Past to Move Forward, Stephanie Maki


Wednesday, July 12th

Courses – Morning (10am-noon): Thinking Classrooms 2, Michael Pruner

Courses – Afternoon (1:30-3:30pm): Embedding Authentic Aboriginal Authors in the Mainstream Classroom for Secondary Classrooms, Stephanie Maki


Thursday, July 13th

Courses – Morning (10am-noon): New Curriculum and Assessment: Math, Michael Pruner

Courses – Afternoon (1:30-3:30pm): Traditional Oral Story Telling in the Classroom, Stephanie Maki


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continuinged@stmarkscollege.ca

604.822.5514

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