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« May 2018 »
Tuesday May 1 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Brain Architecture Game

 

Calling all educators who work in early learning programs!

Come and play! The Brain Architecture Game is a tabletop game experience that builds understanding of the powerful role of experiences on early brain development – what promotes it, what derails it, with what consequences for society.

The game helps people appreciate the impact of early childhood experiences on outcomes across the lifespan.

 

For more information on the game click here.

To register click here to use our LMS system ( Found under Quality Measures).

Location: College Boreal- room 3606
Contact: Natalie Halushenski

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Wednesday May 2 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Groupe d'étude: Comment apprend-on? Pédagogie de l'Ontario pour la petite enfance

Le Collège Boréal a le plaisir de faciliter, une dernière fois, un groupe d’étude sur le document Comment apprend-on? Pédagogie de l’Ontario pour la petite enfance.

Veuillez vous inscrire au portail LMS de la Ville du Grand Sudbury, cliquez sur le lien 'Pedagogy and Programming'.

Location: Collège Boréal
Contact: Natalie Halushenski / natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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  6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Empowering Teams & Peers through Collaboration
This next workshop focuses on guided conversations that lead to guided outcomes. Utilizing the skills of active listening and conflict resolution, teams will incorporate quality authentic feedback to motivate as they work together. Alternate approaches to progressive learning through goal setting, personal growth and habits of mind, acknowledge teams in meaningful ways. Guided conversations affirm the importance of individuals to the team, challenge each person to look deeper, encourage individuals to rethink and/or reflect, interpret and make decisions.
Facilitator: Tanya Taylor RECE
When: March 21 to May 23 – Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30
 
Please click here to register on LMS under Leadership
Location: Cambrian College room 4202 (ECE lab space)
Contact: natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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Monday May 7 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Brain Architecture Game

Calling all educators who work in early learning programs!

Come and play! The Brain Architecture Game is a tabletop game experience that builds understanding of the powerful role of experiences on early brain development – what promotes it, what derails it, with what consequences for society.

The game helps people appreciate the impact of early childhood experiences on outcomes across the lifespan.

For more information on the game click here.

To register click here to use our LMS system ( Found under Quality Measures).

Location: College Boreal Room 3606
Contact: Natalie Halushenski

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Tuesday May 8 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Connect and Reflect with School Age Educators

Join us for a morning of connecting and reflecting with like minded School-Aged Educators!! We will follow a "Communities of Practice" model so come prepared to have powerful conversations with your colleagues.

Topic/ Guest: Melanie Martin RN from Health Promotion Division of Public Health Sudbury who will speak to us about Body Image and changes that are occur with adolescents in your care. 

Please click here to register on LMS under Professionalism

Location: Carl A Nesbitt School - 1241 Roy Avenue
Contact: natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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  6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Be Mindful and Bounce Back II

Looking at mindfulness, trying it on for size in our own lives right here right now. Mindfulness provides a simple but powerful route for getting ourselves unstuck, back into touch with our own wisdom and vitality. Like all the best things in life, mindfulness is better done rather than just talked about.

If you attended the first session of Be Mindful and Bounce Back then this is the session you have been waiting for!  We listened to your feedback and are offering a second session to continue our journey of mindfullness. Although this is series two, anyone is welcome to attend.  If you attended the first session, feel free to bring a friend.

Please register on LMS under Professionalism to attend these workshops.  For more information click here.

“Everything is created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.”

                                                                                  Robin S. Sharma

 

Location: College Boreal room 1150k
Contact: mlelievre@cptm.ca

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Wednesday May 9 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Groupe d'étude: Comment apprend-on? Pédagogie de l'Ontario pour la petite enfance

Le Collège Boréal a le plaisir de faciliter, une dernière fois, un groupe d’étude sur le document Comment apprend-on? Pédagogie de l’Ontario pour la petite enfance.

Veuillez vous inscrire au portail LMS de la Ville du Grand Sudbury, cliquez sur le lien 'Pedagogy and Programming'.

Location: Collège Boréal
Contact: Natalie Halushenski / natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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  6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Empowering Teams & Peers through Collaboration
This next workshop focuses on guided conversations that lead to guided outcomes. Utilizing the skills of active listening and conflict resolution, teams will incorporate quality authentic feedback to motivate as they work together. Alternate approaches to progressive learning through goal setting, personal growth and habits of mind, acknowledge teams in meaningful ways. Guided conversations affirm the importance of individuals to the team, challenge each person to look deeper, encourage individuals to rethink and/or reflect, interpret and make decisions.
Facilitator: Tanya Taylor RECE
When: March 21 to May 23 – Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30
 
Please click here to register on LMS under Leadership
Location: Cambrian College room 4202 (ECE lab space)
Contact: natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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Thursday May 10 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Executive Directors Network Meeting
Executive Director's Network Meeting
On the second Thursday of the month
 
On days that there is a Cell Meeting, the Executive Directors Meeting will take place after the Cell Meeting.
Location: Montessori School of Sudbury, 295 Victoria Street, Sudbury, P3C 1K5
Contact: 705-673-2211

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Wednesday May 16 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Supervisors Network Meeting

On the third Wednesday of the month

Location: Montessori School 295 Victoria St, Sudbury
Contact: jdisley@cptm.ca or donna.whitmore@ocof.net

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  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Groupe d'étude: Comment apprend-on? Pédagogie de l'Ontario pour la petite enfance

Le Collège Boréal a le plaisir de faciliter, une dernière fois, un groupe d’étude sur le document Comment apprend-on? Pédagogie de l’Ontario pour la petite enfance.

Veuillez vous inscrire au portail LMS de la Ville du Grand Sudbury, cliquez sur le lien 'Pedagogy and Programming'.

Location: Collège Boréal
Contact: Natalie Halushenski / natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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  6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Empowering Teams & Peers through Collaboration
This next workshop focuses on guided conversations that lead to guided outcomes. Utilizing the skills of active listening and conflict resolution, teams will incorporate quality authentic feedback to motivate as they work together. Alternate approaches to progressive learning through goal setting, personal growth and habits of mind, acknowledge teams in meaningful ways. Guided conversations affirm the importance of individuals to the team, challenge each person to look deeper, encourage individuals to rethink and/or reflect, interpret and make decisions.
Facilitator: Tanya Taylor RECE
When: March 21 to May 23 – Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30
 
Please click here to register on LMS under Leadership
Location: Cambrian College room 4202 (ECE lab space)
Contact: natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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Wednesday May 23 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Empowering Teams & Peers through Collaboration
This next workshop focuses on guided conversations that lead to guided outcomes. Utilizing the skills of active listening and conflict resolution, teams will incorporate quality authentic feedback to motivate as they work together. Alternate approaches to progressive learning through goal setting, personal growth and habits of mind, acknowledge teams in meaningful ways. Guided conversations affirm the importance of individuals to the team, challenge each person to look deeper, encourage individuals to rethink and/or reflect, interpret and make decisions.
Facilitator: Tanya Taylor RECE
When: March 21 to May 23 – Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30
 
Please click here to register on LMS under Leadership
Location: Cambrian College room 4202 (ECE lab space)
Contact: natalie.halushenski@greatersudbury.ca

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Thursday May 24 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM High Five - Quest 2

This one-day training helps supervisors and staff improve risk management in children’s programs by learning how to assess and measure quality with the HIGH FIVE scientifically validated QUEST 2 Tool. They will also learn how to debrief the results of the assessments with staff in a positive way.

Learner Outcomes

At the completion of this training, learners will be able to:

  • Use the QUEST 2 scientifically validated Tool for assessing children’s programs
  • Identify the risk of not assessing programs and the benefits of regular program assessment
  • Identify how to conduct an effective debrief with staff

Please register on LMS under Quality Measures

Location: Minnow Lake Place 1127 Bancroft Drive, Sudbury, ON
Contact: jane.tousignant@greatersudbury.ca

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Monday May 28 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM High Five - Quest 2

This one-day training helps supervisors and staff improve risk management in children’s programs by learning how to assess and measure quality with the HIGH FIVE scientifically validated QUEST 2 Tool. They will also learn how to debrief the results of the assessments with staff in a positive way.

Learner Outcomes

At the completion of this training, learners will be able to:

  • Use the QUEST 2 scientifically validated Tool for assessing children’s programs
  • Identify the risk of not assessing programs and the benefits of regular program assessment
  • Identify how to conduct an effective debrief with staff

Please register on LMS under Quality Measures

Location: Minnow Lake Place 1127 Bancroft Drive, Sudbury, ON
Contact: jane.tousignant@greatersudbury.ca

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Wednesday May 30 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Leadership Series Cohort 4 Session 7

Preregistration required

Location: CCR, 662 Falconbridge Road Sudbury
Contact: Miranda Mackie

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