|Located at:||FFCA - Learning Centre|
|110 - 7000 Railway St. SE, Calgary, AB|
TARGET AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL K&E TEACHERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
Alberta Education promotes the development of 8 student competencies, including:
K&E students, in particular, benefit from learning opportunities framed through competency development. When the development of competencies happens through learning experiences in the school setting, students are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and mindsets they will need to successfully navigate their personal journeys in living, learning and working. In this session we will learn how to use student competency development as a pathway to create engaging and meaningful learning that your students won’t want to miss!
Krystal Abrahamowiczis Acting Executive Director for the Calgary Regional Consortium. During her time with the CRC, she authored the Supporting High School Completion a Tool Kit for Success resource and had a key role in developing the Implementation and Planning Tool in the Government of Alberta Resource Working Together to Support Mental Health in Alberta Schools, as well as the ARPDC Weaving Ways resource which supports teachers in including Indigenous knowledge systems in their practice. Previous to this, she spent over 10 years as a Teacher, Student Services Specialist, and then Student Services Coordinator at Westmount Charter School. With extensive background and training in gifted education, and many years of experience in designing support plans for diverse learners, Krystal is a passionate believer that every student can experience success at school.
Includes: Light Snacks