2014-2015 RECIT FGA Service Offer

These are the workshops and other ways you can take advantage of what the RECIT FGA Services have to offer in 2014-2015.
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DevPro - Professional Development for Teachers... Flipped! Subscribe at www.youtube.com/theflippedconsultant

The Flipped Consultant/DevPro channel is where Tracy Rosen & Avi Spector, both from the RECIT network, and other contributors share the flipped consultancy v.

So, what is it a teacher should know to be the best he or she can be? PD Mosaic has some ideas for you!

So, what is it a teacher should know to be the best he or she can be? PD Mosaic has some ideas for you!

RECIT Provincial and Regional Services for General Adult Education *** 2014-15 Service Offer. Free for Quebec teachers (General Adult Education teachers have priority when space is limited).

RECIT Provincial and Regional Services for General Adult Education *** Service Offer. Free for Quebec teachers (General Adult Education teachers have priority when space is limited).

Subscribe to the Pedagogical Quickies YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/lalandema.

Subscribe to the Pedagogical Quickies YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/lalandema.

This workshop is about creating better video lessons for your learners using widely available tools: Powerpoint and Audacity. Do's and don'ts for both form and content are addressed. One month after the ½-day workshop, participants are invited to hand-in their work for personalized feedback.

This workshop is about creating better video lessons for your learners using widely available tools: Powerpoint and Audacity. Do's and don'ts for both form and content are addressed. One month after the ½-day workshop, participants are invited to hand-in their work for personalized feedback.

Gamification is a very promising concept for learning and working environments. But what can be done, and what's just a little out of reach, within the confines of our current education system? This one-hour lecture explores the differentiation possibilities of gamification and presents practices that can be implemented in your classroom tomorrow.

Gamification is a very promising concept for learning and working environments. But what can be done, and what's just a little out of reach, within the confines of our current education system? This one-hour lecture explores the differentiation possibilities of gamification and presents practices that can be implemented in your classroom tomorrow.

Almost everybody is getting ready for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), but all should tread carefully. Some past experiences are rich with lessons on how to implement BYOD correctly. There are classic mistakes that can be easily avoided. This one-hour lecture explores how.

Almost everybody is getting ready for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), but all should tread carefully. Some past experiences are rich with lessons on how to implement BYOD correctly. There are classic mistakes that can be easily avoided. This one-hour lecture explores how.

The prevailing evaluating practices are out-of-touch with the times... Do they truly prepare for the future or are they relics of another era? If you agree with the latter, then you won't want to miss this 1-hour lecture on how we should go about measuring student competencies in a connected environment.

The prevailing evaluating practices are out-of-touch with the times... Do they truly prepare for the future or are they relics of another era? If you agree with the latter, then you won't want to miss this 1-hour lecture on how we should go about measuring student competencies in a connected environment.

Digital Citizenship workshop (1.5 hours): Students might be experts at using their own devices but often still need a teacher’s guidance in knowing how and when to use their technology for learning. How can we help our students with information literacy skills (critical thinking, search strategies, copyrights) and safe and responsible on-line behavior?

Digital Citizenship workshop (1.5 hours): Students might be experts at using their own devices but often still need a teacher’s guidance in knowing how and when to use their technology for learning. How can we help our students with information literacy skills (critical thinking, search strategies, copyrights) and safe and responsible on-line behavior?


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