TARGET AUDIENCE: GRADE 7-12 TEACHERS
NO bus? No forms? No counting heads? Tell me more…
We know that getting teens engaged in curriculum content can be tricky at times. That’s why we are tapping into the expertise and resources of Digital Human Library (dHL) to bring the real world into your junior or senior high class through the use of digital experiential learning. Through our partnership with dHL, we will activate your subject with amazing possibilities such as interactive 1:1 video conferences, educational virtual tours, and web-based virtual reality (no fancy goggles needed)!
A quick visit with us will help you capture the minds and attention of your students this spring. Costs are low, tech-needs are minimal, and background experience is not required!
Join us for just 30 minutes at a time in this 2-part series. Sign-up Today!
Sherri L Rossis a Saskatchewan-born Alberta Teacher who holds a B. Ed. and a B. Mus. in Music Education from the University of Saskatchewan. As a mature student, she earned a Diploma of Business Administration in HRM from NAIT and a Master of Education in Adult, Community, and Higher Education from the University of Calgary. Sherri is a national consultant in both Educational Technologies and Adult Learning, and currently supports multiple K12 organizations and school divisions across Canada. With a focus on workplace and work-based professional learning, Sherri is driven to create sustainable change that empowers others in meaningful ways; she provides support with implementing practices that honour and value existing experience, knowledge, and expertise in the workplace.
Cheryl BabinM.Ed., is a Designer of Professional Learning with the Calgary Regional Consortium. With experience in public, international and independent schools as an educator, experiential learning director, instructional coach and consultant, Cheryl currently designs and facilitates online and face to face professional development sessions and serves as an International Baccalaureate Programme Coordinator. Cheryl supported pre-service teachers as a sessional instructor for B. Ed. students at St. Mary's University in Calgary and has been an IB workshop leader in North America for 14 years. Specific areas of interest and experience include designing learning through pedagogy that ignites critical thinking, concept based curriculum and instruction, student engaged assessment, and the development of international-mindedness and global perspectives.
Part 1: Choose one of the dates below
Tuesday, May 10, 2022 OR Thursday, May 12, 2022
5:00 – 5:30 pm MST
Part 2: Choose one of the dates below
Tuesday, May 17, 2022 OR Thursday, May 19, 2022
5:00 – 5:30 pm MST
All sessions will be recorded and available to all registrants for 30 days after the session occurs.