Friday, May 6th, 2016 - 3:30 - 3:30 pm
BCAMTL is ecstatic to partner with the Provincial Intermediate and Middle Years Teachers' Association (MyPITA) as well as the BC Teachers of English Language Arts (BCTELA). This tri-PSA collaboration has organized a fantastic spring conference for teachers in beautiful, picturesque Whistler, BC.
Do you wish you had more time for your favourite BCATML conference workshops? Maybe you would like to explore the new Core French curriculum further and learn how to develop unit plans, lesson ideas or hands-on activities. Or perhaps, you would like to learn more about the First Peoples Principles of Learning and finding ways to infuse Aboriginal ways of knowing into your curricula. Maybe, you would like to develop your understanding and expertise with using technology in your classroom or you would like to get inspired by developing your writing power. Our Whistler conference has it all!
Join us at the Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa for half-day explorations with six exciting and passionate presenters. You will come away with great new ideas and handouts and meet other teachers who share your interests. Full workshop descriptions and presenter information can be found in the conference brochure below.
Surrey Teachers please note that because it is your District Pro Day, Surrey Pro D funds cannot be accessed.
Workshop Presenters Information
We are thrilled to offer another great list of workshop presenters who will facilitate a variety of topics pertinent to Elementary, Middle Years and Secondary teachers.
We are delighted to invite crowd favourites who will not only engage you, but also inspire you! With eight workshop from which to choose, we feel that there will be something to appeal to all educators!
Nonfiction Writing Power
Effective Writing Instruction
Stacia Johnson & Rome Lavrencic
Getting a grip on the new Core French curriculum
Avez-vous WiFi? Web applications for the French classroom
Screencasting: You and your students can explain everything
Assessing the new curriculum
Indigenous perspectives that benefit all students