Newsletter for October

Welcome Message

We are now well into the school year as we start October and it is a perfect time to pause for a moment and reflect on our teachers.

October 5 is World Teachers Day, a day that began in 1966 with Unesco’s recommendation concerning the status of teachers. It is a day to celebrate and support teachers. I think this is especially poignant this year as teachers are continuing to support their learners within the context of a global pandemic.

One and a half years into the COVID-19 crisis, the 2021 World Teachers’ Day will focus on the support teachers need to fully contribute to the recovery process under the theme “Teachers at the heart of education recovery.” (Unesco site, paragraph 5

Our network is blessed with supportive, caring, and rigorous teachers who truly place our learners at the centre of their learning paths. Please pass on this message of thank you and recognition to them.

Nia:wen, Welàlin, Tshinaskumitin, Migwetc, Merci, Thank you

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RÉCIT, Équipe-Choc, TRÉAQ

Récit + Équipe-Chocupcoming events

We are offering a variety of webinars in the month of October.

Please note that we will be offering Math workshops in English after the holidays in collaboration with the Pedagogical Équipe-choc. Stay tuned! 

Please visit the French site to see webinars offered in French.

Here are some English language workshops offered by our partners:

October 13th, 2021, from 9 to 10 am Learning with Dysphasia – Student workshop (students and teachers are invited) presented by Micheline Ammar from the Équipe-choc Pedagogical

Better understand the chain of verbal communication processes in adults with dysphasia. The workshop targets interventions allowing for progression and success. Oct 13 Zoom link.

Wednesday, 27 October starting at 10 am – Adults with ADHD – Student workshop (students and teachers are invited)

How can ADHD affect the learning process? How can Adult and Vocational students develop strategies to become better learners?  October 27 Zoom link

Provincial Math Workshops

In case you missed last year’s math webinars, you can still access the recordings and resources!

A hands-on approach to arithmetic and algebra in different learning spaces: physical, virtual, and hybrid models

This workshop was originally presented by Micheline Ammar and Martin Francoeur on January 29, 2021.

Hands on Approach 1 recording and resources

A hands-on approach to geometry and data collection in different learning spaces: physical, virtual, and hybrid models

This workshop was originally presented by Micheline Ammar, Louise Roy and Martin Francoeur on March 26, 2021

Hands on Approach 2 recording and resources.

Vanessa.Boily@cssmi.qc.caJulie.bourcier@cssmi.qc.ca

News from the TRÉAQ

New SVI tools designed by the TRÉAQ’s organizational team

Thanks to a recent Canada-Quebec agreement, the TRÉAQ has been able to adapt tools produced by their organizational team to support managers, professionals and teachers who offer the Socio-Vocational Integration (SVI) program in Indigenous Adult Education Centres. To start, we wish to share this video on the SVI program of study. It provides extensive information on the curriculum and the program’s four dimensions. Enjoy!

*Special thanks to Ms. Diane Labelle of the FNAESC for producing this video.

Upcoming Events

Social Sciences Training Sessions from the Ministry of Education

Please note – at the moment the sessions are advertised as French only. We are hopeful that the MEQ will agree to simultaneous translation in English and will keep you posted on this.

History of Quebec and Canada

Session goals: To gain a common understanding of the History of Québec and Canada program and become familiar with the evaluation instruments.

We encourage your history teachers, centre admin, and consultants to attend this in large numbers. It is a perfect opportunity to present our feedback on how this course and the exams impact our learners.

October 29, 2021, 1:30 – 3:30 – Registration deadline, October 15 registration form (form in French only)

Financial Education

Session goals: To gain a common understanding of the Financial Education program and become familiar with the evaluation instruments

October 29, 2021, 9:00-11:00 – Registration deadline, October 15 registration form (form in French only)

Indspire National Gathering

Note – there is a reduced rate for groups of 10 or more. If network members are interested in attending, we can look into group ticket prices. Contact Tracy if you are interested in this.

This year’s Indspire National Gathering for Indigenous Education will take place virtually.

A Shared Responsibility: Charting a Course for our Tomorrow
November 24 – 26, 2021 – information and registration.

Teachers’ Convention

This is an annual conference for teachers in the English sector. This year, it will be held virtually and portions of it are open to all. While it is mainly in English, some workshops will be presented in French.

QPAT Annual Teachers’ Convention
October 14 – 15, 2021 – information and registration.

Quebec Social Integration Network

The Quebec Social Integration Network is a group of teachers and consultants who support each other in their work within Social Integration (SI or SVI) programs.

Their first meeting will be October 13 from 4 – 5 pm.

Go here for more information and to register. Please share this with anyone at your centre who works in SI who may be interested!

For a little background and many great teacher-built resources, here is the network website.

Stay Connected

No matter where you choose to connect, you will still stay in the loop!

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Nia:wen, Welàlin, Tshinaskumitin, Migwetc, Merci, Thank you

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