Professional Development Workshops
The following workshops are open to teachers, school/board consultants, board coordinators and school/board administrators:
Location(s), date(s), timing and cost determined upon request (min. 4 people)
350 Dundas Street West
Workshop Pricing & Options
Single Workshop: $25 | Two Workshops: $35 | Three Workshops: $55
Host Your Own Learning
Choose from below or collaborate to create a custom workshop to meet the needs of your professional learning group at your location. Cost: $50 for half day, $100 for full day.
Visiting Teacher Program – (free!)
Spend a day teaching and learning with students in one of our classrooms. Full day and Half day options. Contact us to arrange your visit day.
Lunch and Learn – as requested (free!)
No release time necessary! Join us via Adobe Connect for a condensed workshop of your choice. Call to book your date.
Questions & Registration?
Bring your own device to actively participate in all workshops
Online Virtual Webinars
Email to register and receive the Zoom Link
Date: May 7, 2020
Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Take an in-depth look at executive functions and the role they play in learning. Learn about ways to embed executive function learning into your lessons, strategies to help students improve and support areas of weakness and make executive function awareness a part of your classroom culture.
Executive Functions for Parents and Teachers
Date: May 11, 2020
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Learn about executive functions (EFs) and the role they play with academic and everyday tasks. Explore ways to identify and leverage EF strengths, and learn about strategies to help our kids improve and support areas of weakness.
Date: May 14, 2020
Time: 10:00am – 11:30am
Learn about the steps your students must take to climb the Reading Mountain from developing phonemic awareness skills to becoming proficient readers. Explore high yield strategies that can be used in the classroom or via remote learning to promote reading growth.
Math & Students with LD
Date: May 21, 2020
Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Explore what it means to have a Learning Disability, make connections between students’ strengths and needs and their Math learning. Explore practical accommodations, teaching practices and strategies for supporting all learners in your class.