Duncan Whittick, the executive director of the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) let us know that they are partnering with the Environmental Educators' Provincial Specialist Association (EEPSA) on this year's Leadership Clinic (April 29 - May 2). The clinic will be offered in our region this spring and is especially hoping to attract local teachers who are collaborating to support Place Based Education. This opportunity will build on last year's clinic and will hopefully help to facilitate the development of a Local Chapter of the EEPSA.You can find the information and application online here: http://cbeen.ca/leadership-clinic.
In addition to the Leadership Clinic, CBEEN also provides a number of other pro-d opportunities and resources for teachers, including bursaries, webinars, workshops, events, awards, teaching resources, curriculum resources, exemplar videos, a community partner directory and a funding directory.
Please check out the video of last year's clinic and the document below for more information.
Friday, May 12, 2017 - Whistler Westin Resort
Register for the 2017 Whistler conference proudly co-presented by:
myPITA (The Provincial Intermediate and Middle Years Teachers' Association
BCAMT (British Columbia Association of Mathematics Teachers), and
BCSSTA (BC Social Studies Teachers Association)
Featuring the following half day workshops:
AM: Nonfiction Writing Power
PM: Reading Power: Review and What’s New?
Dr. Peter Liljedahl
AM: Building a Thinking Mathematics Classroom
PM: Assessment for a Thinking Classroom
AM: Visual Thinking Across the Curriculum
PM: Intention: Critical Creativity in the K–12 Classroom
Read full workshop description in the conference brochure PDF.
Conference Details & Registration
Registration includes one PSA membership.
Discount fee available until April 18/higher price applies April 19
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