• Spring Symposium 2018
  • Theme: "Celebrating Wellness"

  • Spring Symposium 2018
  • Theme: "Celebrating Wellness"

  • Spring Symposium 2018

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Symposium de l’IJECT – Printemps 2019
Le mardi 14 mai 2019
 

Le Symposium de l’IJECT de 2018 a connu la plus forte inscription de son histoire; nous anticipons déjà celui de l’an prochain.

Félicitations à toutes les personnes qui ont contribué au succès de cette expérience éducative enrichissante tant au plan de l’organisation, de l’animation d’atelier et de sessions de réseautage et de la participation.

Introduction


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Le 15 mai dernier au-delà de 400 enseignantes et enseignants, instructrices et instructeurs, praticiennes et praticiens de la DRC ont participé au 21e Symposium annuel de l'IJECT au Humber College. La soirée d'accueil de la soirée précédente a permis aux personnes chevronnées et aux néophytes de faire connaissance et de réseauter. Les 40 ateliers du Symposium ont offert à un nombre record de participantes et de participants une variété d'opportunités d'apprentissage regroupées sous le thème de 'Célébrons le bien-être'.

Axés sur les besoins des élèves de la DRC, les sujets variés des présentations ont mis de l'avant des idées et des solutions novatrices; les enseignante et les enseignants y ont puisé des stratégies favorisant leur propre bien-être et engagement.

De l'inscription jusqu'au retour à la maison la journée s'est déroulée sous le signe de l'accueil et de la vivacité, couronnant ainsi l'excellent travail du comité de planification du Symposium. Axée sur les dernières recherches en matière de bien-être et de développement du cerveau des adolescentes et des adolescents la conférence de clôture de Dre Jean M. Clinton a offert une variété de stratégies aptes à aider les apprenantes et les apprenants à effectuer des choix et à surmonter des défis.

Des responsables des nouveaux programmes de la DRC pour adultes ont partagé leurs expériences. Ici comme pour tous les autres ateliers des documents et présentations PPT seront affichés sur ce site au fur et à mesure qu'ils seront disponibles.

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Félicitations aux gagnantes de prix du Symposium !

    • Jan Teeter
    • 1 Une nuitée gratuite - Hilton Garden Inn
    • PSE Resource Teacher
      Wellington CDSB, RPT 7

    • Lynn Krusto
    • Certificat cadeau de 50,00 $ - Best Buy
    • SHSM & Pathways Consultant
      Hamilton-Wentworth DSB, RPT 14

    • Jenny Smith
    • Certificat cadeau de 50,00 $ - Staples
    • Student Success Leader
      Renfrew County DSB, RPT 9

    • Michelle Rao
    • Certificat cadeau de 50,00 $ - Coles
    • Manager, School College Partnerships
      Georgian College RPT 13


Félicitations aux gagnantes et aux gagnants de prix du sondage de fin de session!


      • Ian Medwick
      • 1 $50 Best Buy Gift Certificate
      • Trades Development Officer
        Matawa Centre

      • Angela Barbati
      • 1 $50 Staples Gift Certificate
      • Dual Credit Teacher
        Hamilton-Wentworth DSB

      • Bryan Ledgerwood
      • "The Glory of the Tree - An Illustrated History"
        by Noel Kingsbury
      • Training Specialist
        Mohawk College

      • Audra McLean
      • "Life Story - Many Lives, One Epic Journey"
        by Rupert Barrington and Michael Gunton
      • Adult Learning Co-op Teacher
        Halton Catholic District School Board

      • Marc-André Levac
      • "Wildlife Photographer Of The Year - 50 Years"
        by Rosamund Kidman Cox
      • Enseignant - École au collège
        CEP de l'Est de l'Ontario (CEPEO)

      • Rita Haill
      • "Rainforest"
        by Lewis Blackwell
      • Work Internship Teacher
        London District Catholic School Board

Symposium de 2018 – quelques chiffres

Inscriptions : 397, incluant les 18 élèves qui ont fait une présentation – Soirée d’accueil : 100 - Ateliers : 27 – Sessions de réseautage : 13



Conférencière de 2018
Dre Jean M. Clinton BMus MD FRCP(C)

Clinical Professor
Professeure – McMaster University
Département de psychiatrie et de neurosciences behaviorales

Keynote Speaker Dr. Jean M. Clinton

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Présentations PPT/Documents distribués lors des ateliers du Symposium de 2018

Plusieurs animatrices et animateurs d’ateliers ont utilisé des présentations PPT ou ont distribué des documents au cours du Symposium. Dans la mesure du possible vous les retrouverez dans cette section. Ils contiennent d’excellents tableaux et données qui pourraient être adaptés pour faciliter votre travail. Grand merci à toutes ces personnes pour leur perspective et le partage de leur savoir.

1.01 Building Resiliency and Growth Mind Set
TARGET AUDIENCE: All adults that are in contact with students
PRESENTERS: Kristina Rivard Gobbo, Principal, Barrydowne College
DESCRIPTION: This session will share strategies that are implemented with students at Barrydowne College who struggle with mental health issues and live in poverty. Resources collected from research and community supports that focus on developing resiliency and providing opportunities to move from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset will be provided for the participants. Data collected from the students will be shared regarding what they need in order to be successful and how poverty has impacted them.

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1.02 Student Retention Strategies
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, College Advisors, SWAC Teachers
PRESENTERS: Candace Carson, Program Coordinator, Ottawa-Carleton DSB; Amber Trent, Dual Credit Facilitator, St. Lawrence College
DESCRIPTION: This is a collaborative workshop, which will analyze retention strategies and discuss best practices from a school board and college perspective to support student engagement and increase retention for Dual Credit programming.

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1.03 How to have successful Accelerated Level 1 Programs
TARGET AUDIENCE: Guidance Counsellors, Administrators, OYAP Consultants, Teachers
PRESENTERS: Lee Ann Armstrong, Leader of Experiential Learning Consultant, Hamilton Wentworth DSB; Joachim Vallentin, OYAP Consultant (Acting) Hamilton Wentworth DSB; Pat Piro, OYAP Co-ordinator, Hamilton Wentworth CDSB; Debbie DeDauw, Training Specialist
DESCRIPTION: This session will present our model of creating success in Accelerated programs including student selection criteria, student support and team approach.

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1.04 Student Testimonials - Lifetime of Change: The SWAC Experience
TARGET AUDIENCE: All
PRESENTERS: Mary Ellen Gucciardi, SWAC Teacher, Dufferin-Peel CDSB; Anna Paolitto- Primiani, SWAC Teacher, Toronto Catholic DSB; Ross Murray, SWAC Teacher, Toronto DSB
DESCRIPTION: Meet and speak with the students currently enrolled in TCDSB, DPCDSB and TDSB’s Humber SWAC program. Listen to their first-hand accounts of the program and of being on the college campus while still in high school. Also, where are they now? Hear testimonials fr

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1.05 SWAC Community of Practice
TARGET AUDIENCE: RPT Leadership teams: College Coordinators and School Board Leads
PRESENTERS: MaryJane Snoeks, SHSM/Dual Credit Board Lead, London District CSB; Tom Smith, Dual Credit/SWAC Board Lead, Thames Valley DSB - RPT 10
DESCRIPTION: This workshop is designed to explore the function of the SWAC Community of Practice within RPT 10 and to provide leadership teams within other RPTs with information that they may use to create a Community of Practice within their RPT.
Throughout the presentation we will discuss the growth and development of the Community of Practice within RPT 10 over the last couple of years, and will explore topics such as meeting organization, funding, priorities, agendas, deliverables and other topics brought forth during the session.

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1.06 Adult Dual Credits: From Conceptualization to Completion
TARGET AUDIENCE: DC Teachers, School Board Reps, Administrators, College Advisors, SWAC Teachers, College Reps, Guidance
PRESENTERS: Robert Wager, Director, SCWI and Academic Upgrading, Durham College; Sue Hawkins, Manager, SCWI and Academic Upgrading, Durham College; Maureen Cook, Head, Adult Alternative Programs, Durham Continuing Education; Karin Savage, Academic Advisor, Academic Upgrading, Durham College
DESCRIPTION: In this session Durham College and Durham District School Board Continuing Education staff will describe the process for creating its first Adult Dual Credit. The session will describe how candidates for the program were selected, how the courses offered were 7 selected, the program structure and the fantastic results that were achieved. The session will be a panel presentation.

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1.07 An Introduction to After SWAC & After Adult Dual Credits
TARGET AUDIENCE: All
PRESENTERS: Phil Hedges, Coordinator, SCWI
DESCRIPTION: After School Within a College and After Adult Dual Credits were introduced this year through Equitable Access to Post-secondary funding. The purpose of these SCWI activities will be discussed. We’ll also review the four components – all led by a “college advisor”: group presentations, one-on-one follow up sessions with students, the payment of OCAS/OUAC application fees; and PD and Reporting. RPTs see the value of the “college advisor” in improving student retention and success.

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1.08 Student Mental Health - Perspectives and Strategies
TARGET AUDIENCE: SWAC teachers, RPT leads, College Advisors
PRESENTERS: Michelle Rao, Manager School College Partnerships, Georgian College; Samantha Marriner, SWAC Advisor, Georgian College; SWAC Secondary Teachers
DESCRIPTION: To help SWAC students transition to post-secondary barriers to success need to be removed. Mental health is likely the largest barrier. In this workshop, we outline how a college advisor provides mental health awareness, builds relationships and refers students to community resources in partnership with SWAC secondary teachers. Please join us to share your strategies.

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1.09 My Anxious Mind: Summer Dual Credit Program for Anxious Teens
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, Administrators, College Advisors
PRESENTERS:
Bill Steer is the General Manager and “the originator” of the Canadian Ecology Centre. He teaches geomatics (GIS/GPS/imagery) as a course within the Environmental Technician Program at Canadore College.
Bernie Moseley-Williams is a teacher with the Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic DSB. Working within a group-therapy model, Bernie developed a blended-learning credit course for anxious teens. He believes students can be taught to manage their anxiety using evidence-based, self-help strategies.
DESCRIPTION: What is anxiety? How does it affect people? What can I do about it? Sit back or jump in with both feet and learn through experience about two evidence-based 8 strategies for managing anxiety: Exposure and Thinking Right. Practice applying three calm-mind tools. See how existing college courses are a perfect match for this topic. Gain access to free online tools (including Smartphone App) for helping people manage their anxiety. Be inspired to implement meaningful change in your program.

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1.10 OCAS
TARGET AUDIENCE: College Advisors, Adult Dual Credit Teachers and Faculty, Chairs, Coordinators, Members, Researchers
PRESENTERS: David Hong, Director, Customer and Employee Services, Ontario College Application Service; Lucy Batista, Manager, Customer Success, Ontario College Application Service
DESCRIPTION: This will be an opportunity to discuss the college application process including the use of the vouchers piloted by SCWI. Data on applications made by students in the After SWAC and After ADC pilot will be shared.

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1.11 An Introduction to the School-College-Work Initiative and Dual Credits
TARGET AUDIENCE: Anyone new to the School-College-Work Initiative or new to dual credits.
PRESENTER: Sonja Vandermeer, Coordinator, SCWI
DESCRIPTION: New to SCWI? This is a great way to start the Symposium. Need more information regarding how the School College Work Initiative, Regional Planning Teams and Dual Credits work? We’ll start with the basics, including acronyms, definitions and who’s involved. Whether you are a guidance counsellor, dual credit teacher, RPT member, college faculty, or other - come to gather information and to ask your questions. No experience required.

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1.12 Supporting Positive Mental Health in the Dual Credit Experience
TARGET AUDIENCE: SWAC Teachers, Dual Credit Teachers, Counsellors, Dual Credit Coordinators, College Advisors & Faculty
PRESENTERS: Rosie Hessian, Senior Manager, Community Outreach, Pathways and Youth Engagement, Conestoga College; Sarah Zamin, Project Coordinator, RPT 14
DESCRIPTION: Rosie Hessian, Senior Manager, Community Outreach, Pathways and Youth Engagement, Conestoga College; Sarah Zamin, Project Coordinator, RPT 14 Description: Come join us for an informative overview of our Mental Health Forum! Presentation to include; rationale for the forum, agenda design and workshop facilitation sourcing. We will provide insights into participant experience, feedback and next steps. Please come prepared to discuss Mental Health needs in your region.

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1.14 École au collège dans l'est ontarien (EPR 12)
AUDITOIRE: Tous
PRÉSENTATEURS: Marc-André Levac, Enseignant École au college; Luc Plante, Président, IJECT EPR 12
DESCRIPTION: L'EPR 12 offre un programme d'École au collège à ses élèves pendant l'été et pendant l'année scolaire depuis quelques années. Les élèves ont l'occasion de vivre une expérience qui les préparera à poursuivre leurs études post-secondaires ou à entrer sur le marché du travail. Vous aurez entre autres l'occasion de voir comment le programme a été planifié, comment il est organisé ainsi que les défis, les bons coups, les horaires du programme etc. De plus, le financement du programme sera présenté.

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.01
The Dual Credit Teacher Role - This networking session is for Dual Credit Teachers
Facilitator – Jim Keyes

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.02
SWAC Teachers Sharing Session – curriculum sharing/project-based learning/support services
Facilitator – Adriana McDonough

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.03
Session for Supervisory Officers, College Administrators, Principals/VPs
Facilitators – Michael Moher, Ken Harrison

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.04
Student Recruitment and Student Selection
Facilitator – Phil Hedges

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.05
The Future of SCWI/IJECT
Facilitators – David Armstrong, Bill Jack

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.06
The Role of Mentoring in Encouraging Students to Pursue the College Pathway - Sharing Session
Facilitators – Debra Ford, Tracy Norris

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.07
Level I Apprenticeship In-School Training Dual Credit - Sharing Session
Facilitator – John Kantola

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.08
Sharing Strategies for Student Retention
Facilitators – Angela Barbati, Lynn Krusto

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.09
Promoting Dual Credits Through Activities and Forums
- Including gr.7/8 college experiences and Dual Credit Teacher Forums
Facilitators – Michelle Rao, Dana Ramsay
Networking session description.

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.10
Sharing Session for College Staff Involved with After SWAC and After Adult Dual Credits – the Pilot Year
Facilitators – Sonja Vandermeer, Anne Coulter

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.11
Sharing Session for Adult Dual Credits – the Pilot Year
Facilitator – Art Barron

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.13
The Role of the Guidance Counsellor in Dual Credits - Sharing Session
Facilitator – Mary Gallo

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Facilitated Networking Session 2.14
Session de réseautage pour les trois EPR de langue française
Sujets qui seront abordés :
1) Remue-méninge sur la modernisation du PAJO
2) Comment bien informer les parents au sujet de l'IJECT
3) Les cours en ligne, un regard vers le futur
Facilitators – Jessica Lachance, Paul Séguin, Luc Plante, Janine Griffore

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3.01 Building Resiliency and Growth Mind Set
TARGET AUDIENCE: All adults that are in contact with students
PRESENTERS: Kristina Rivard Gobbo, Principal, Barrydowne College
DESCRIPTION: This session will share strategies that are implemented with students at Barrydowne College who struggle with mental health issues and live in poverty. Resources collected from research and community supports that focus on developing resiliency and providing opportunities to move from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset will be provided for the participants. Data collected from the students will be shared in regards to what they need in order to be successful and how poverty has impacted them.

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3.02 Student Testimonials - Meet the Current Cook and Baker OYAP students
TARGET AUDIENCE: All
PRESENTERS: James Bodanis, Co-ordinator, Cook Apprenticeship, Humber College
DESCRIPTION: Current students in the Cook and Baker Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) speak about their experience in the program and making the transition from high school to post-secondary skills training. There will be a question and answer period

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3.03 After SWAC and After Adult DCS - Pilot Year Discoveries
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, College Advisors, SWAC Teachers, Administrators
PRESENTERS: Lynn Krusto, Anne Coulter, Student Success Advisor - Pathways Programs, Humber College; Elizabeth Mochrie, After-SWAC Advisor, George Brown College; Cristina Cardelus, School-College-Work Initiative (SCWI) & Partnership Assistant, Centennial College
DESCRIPTION: Exploring the successes, challenges, and learning opportunities collectively discovered by advisors in the first year of the After-SWAC and After DC pilot projects across RPT 2.

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3.04 Inclusivity and Wellbeing: Supporting Indigenous Students
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit/SWAC Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, Administrators
PRESENTERS: Jennifer McGinn, Dual Credit teacher, DSB Ontario North East; Mellissa Connolly, Literacy Consultant Grades 6-12, Brant Haldimand Norfolk CDSB
DESCRIPTION: Using the Healing Circle structure, we will explore ways in which we can support our Indigenous and non-Indigenous students’ well-being in an inclusive classroom. We will also examine the neuro-science behind mindfulness while engaging in some hands- on activities that you can take back to your classrooms.

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3.05 Building Capacity at Secondary Schools and Dual Credit Recruitment
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit teachers, guidance counsellors, RPT members, school board leads.
PRESENTERS: Dana Ramsay, Program Coordinator, SCWI, Simcoe County DSB; Krista Barban, Student Success Consultant, Simcoe Muskoka CDSB
DESCRIPTION: In order to meet actuals for our programs we need secondary schools to partner with us in recruitment for dual credit courses. In this workshop, two school board leads will share their best practices used in building capacity for dual credit student recruitment in their secondary schools. During this interactive presentation, participants will be able to highlight their effective practices to share with the group as well. There will be opportunity for questions and discussion.

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3.06 Level 1 Math Resources
TARGET AUDIENCE: All
PRESENTERS: Kevin Hotten, RPT 8 Chair; Roy Desjardins, Part A Co-Chair; Randy Hall, Canadore College
DESCRIPTION: RPT 8, in partnership with SCWI, has created a series of three curriculum resources for students entering our Level 1 Apprenticeship Dual Credits programs. These resources are aimed at building the essential mathematical skills for students entering a career in the Culinary, Carpentry, and Motive Power sectors.

Workshop participants will review the three new Level 1 resources and have the opportunity to “test-drive” a series of hands-on activities drawn from the Motive Power curriculum.

SCWI Information & Tools web page
Under the "Level 1 Mathematics Skills Resources" heading

Six resource packages in pdf format

3.08 Dual Credit Data
TARGET AUDIENCE: RPT Chairs, RPT Coordinators, RPT Members, Researchers
PRESENTER: Sonja Vandermeer, Program Co-ordinator, SCWI
DESCRIPTION: This workshop will explore data collected on Dual Credits. The presentation will include:
• provincial level highlights related to student achievement in dual credit courses;
• transition data for dual credit students into postsecondary education;
• an overview of the many data sources that allow us to look at Dual Credit students and programs from various perspectives;
• an opportunity to ask questions and to discuss data usage.

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3.10 Skills Ontario: promoting careers in skilled trades and technologies as first-choice career options
TARGET AUDIENCE: All (Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, Administrators, College Advisors, SWAC Teachers)
PRESENTERS: Scott Verhoeve, Director of Programs; Kunal Luthra, Liaison Officer – Skills Ontario
DESCRIPTION: Skills Ontario is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting careers in skilled trades/technologies for Ontario youth. We will review Skills Ontario programs, including the Skills Ontario Competition; Elementary Career Exploration Workshops; Cardboard Boat Race and Video Challenges; Young Women's Initiatives; Indigenous Initiatives; Summer Camps; and In-School Presentations. We look forward to sharing and hearing from participants on how else Skills Ontario can help promote student success.

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3.11 Connecting to Our Communities to Support Our Students’ transitions
TARGET AUDIENCE: College Advisors, Adult Dual Credit Teachers and Faculty, Chairs, Coordinators, Members, Researchers
PRESENTERS: Nancy Britton, Education Officer; Patricia Zaroski, Education Officer
DESCRIPTION: Cesare DiDonato, Executive Director, Industry Education Council of Hamilton; Jill Halyk, Executive Director, Workforce Planning Board of Grand Erie

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3.12 Overcoming Distance in Effective Dual Credit Delivery
TARGET AUDIENCE: Administrators, Guidance Counsellors, DC Teachers and College Instructors
PRESENTERS: Laura Christie, Director of Lake of the Woods and Red Lake Campus, Confederation College; Angelina Anderson, Director of Dryden and Sioux Lookout Campus, Confederation College
DESCRIPTION: Learn how regional campuses effectively use a variety of approaches to deliver dual credit experiences to students in schools in remote locations and with low student populations.

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3.13 Organizing Successful Grade 8 Activity Days for 1200 Students
TARGET AUDIENCE: College staff and RPT members from Boards involved in organizing tours
PRESENTER: Karen Gauthier, Project Officer, Sault College, RPT 15 Algoma
DESCRIPTION: RPT15 Algoma will share its best practices, planning documents, forms and tour schedules for their Grade 8 Activity Days at Sault College when 1200 students are on campus over three days to experience fun and interactive hands-on workshops in the program area of their choice.

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3.14 Promouvoir la santé mentale et assurer le bien-être de nos élèves des DRC
AUDITOIRE: Enseignantes et enseignants de la réussite, enseignantes et enseignants de la DRC, conseillères et conseillers en orientation, directions d’école, surintendances, chargés de cours et administratrices et administrateurs du palier collegial, etc.
PRÉSENTATRICE: Andréanne Fleck Saito, BSW, RSW, Coach de mise en œuvre et de leadership, L’Équipe d’appui pour la santé mentale dans les écoles Site Web : www.smh-assist.ca Twitter : @smhassist @andreannefleck
DESCRIPTION: Cet atelier présentera les orientations provinciales et les ressources disponibles pour favoriser la santé mentale à l’école. On vous proposera ainsi une occasion d’explorer les défis particuliers auxquels sont confrontés les élèves avec qui vous travaillez et de proposer des pistes de soutien pratiques. Nous encouragerons un partage de stratégies réussies et ferons un survol d’idées à mettre en place au sein de vos écoles.

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