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Apr 28

EdTech Team Google Summit

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What: “High intensity two day event focuses on deploying, integrating, and using Google Apps for Education and other Google Tools to promote student learning in K-12 and higher education.” When: May 3 & 4, 2014 Where: Mulgrave School in Vancouver, B.C Cost: $299 To register: Click here

Apr 22

IT4K12 Conference


IT4K12 (Information Technology for Kindergarten to Gr 12) Technology in the Digital Age of Learning Created by: ERAC (Educational Resource Acquisition Consortium) in 2012. (a member based organization working as a consortium with BC public school districts) ERAC’s Mission: “goal is to support quality education for public and independent K-12 students.” When: June 6th & …

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Apr 17

Introduction to Project Based Learning

Introduction to Project Based Learning Pro D Day: May 16th Description: If you are interested in learning about the basics of  Project Based Learning as well as being provided with time to collaborate and create your own potential lessons then this is a great place to start. Location: WCLT (103- 814 Goldstream Ave.) Time: 1-2:30pm …

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Apr 03

Primary Teacher Early Childhood M.Ed


Are you a primary teacher interested in pursuing your M.Ed. in Early Childhood? Do you like to work with colleagues and friends, discussing ways to improve your practice and sharing ideas? Come hear about the possibility of an Early Childhood cohort program at UVic, to begin summer 2015! Spend two summers (the month of July …

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Mar 10

What’s replacing BCESIS?


Curious as to what will be replacing BCESIS by Dec 2015? Want to know what the new system looks like? Check out Graham’s blog post for all the details!

Feb 13

PRO D Day: March 7, 2014 Universal Design for Learning

Description: What’s the Buzz about UDL? Want to learn more about a proactive planning framework to support all learners in a diverse classroom? Curious about how technology ‘fits’? Then this workshop is for you! Be prepared to roll up your sleeves to develop lessons and learn how you can apply the UDL framework and incorporate …

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Jan 10

Jason Ohler Free MOOC on Digital Citizenship

  Free Course of Digital Citizenship – starts next week Dr. Jason Ohler, professor Emeritus, Educational Technology, University of Alaska, is an excellent presenter on digital literacy and digital citizenship.  Here is a link to his site filled with great resources:       Ohler is offering a free MOOC on Digital Citizenship starting next week.  …

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Jan 08

Science and Student Inquiry, Free Online 4 Week Coursea Course

Inquiry Science Learning: Perspectives & Practices 4 – Student-Centered Inquiry In this course, teachers will develop the skills essential to move from a top-down content delivery model of science instruction to one in which the teacher is a guide, enabling students to create shared meaning of important science concepts. Rice University is offering this for …

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Jan 08

UBC’s MEd in Technology Studies Education

If you are interested in pursuing your Masters, UBC has just posted all of the information and links for their Technology Studies program. UBC¹s MEd in Technology Studies Education, with a focus on Digital Learning and Curriculum (DLC). The program begins in July, and applications will be accepted until February 15. This month we¹ll be …

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Dec 02

Technology Symposium Feb 2014: Moving EdTech from Enhancement to Transformation


Registration for the annual Technology Symposium, is now open! This is the third annual technology symposium organized by the Centre for Educational Leadership and Policy (CSELP) at SFU. The details are as follows. Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Location: Segal Graduate School of Business; 500 Granville Street at West …

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