|Located at:||FFCA - Learning Centre|
|110 - 7000 Railway St. SE, Calgary, AB|
TARGET AUDIENCE: K-6 TEACHERS, DISTRICT LEADS AND OT/PT/SLP ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
“Have you ever wondered why students react negatively to the word “test” or “quiz” or or what authentic assessment for success looks like in our 21stcentury learning environment?
This professional development session is designed to be collaborative in nature and will provide you with low tech and high tech ways to support your students in assessing thier way to success!
This session will provide:
Come prepared to participate in the strategies and bring 5 questions you would like to include in an assessment tomorrow.
This learning opportunity is being offered through curriculum implementation funding from Alberta Education.
Tracy Woodwas born and raised in England, and moved to Canada in 2001. She has worked mostly in specialized programs and with diverse learning students who show difficulties with self-regulation, executive functioning, cognitive delay, and anxiety. Tracy’s teaching experience in Canada began at a school for students exhibiting severe behavior with students in grades 6,7,8 & 9 and then a congregated program for students who have cognitive delay K-6. While completing her MEd in Educational Technology and Curriculum Design, she became a District Diverse Learning Teacher (DDLT) for Calgary Catholic School Division. Her current research topic and passion is neuroscience, how it affects learning, and how can we as educators create a climate of success for all students.
Includes: Light Snacks