Webinars & Live Streams
Recorded Webinars and Live Streams
Recorded sessions and discussions for various subjects across the curriculum.
Kindergarten and Cycle 1 Elementary
Engaging K-Cycle 1 Learners Online ft. Tiffany Templeton
The LEARN team and Tiffany Templeton, EMSB Cycle 1 online teacher, shares and demonstrates the tools that help make her classes interactive for her youngest learners.
DOCUMENT OF RESOURCES: K-Cycle 1 - Nov. 24th 2020
PRESENTATION SLIDES: Engaging K and Cycle 1 Learners Nov. 24, 2020 : Tiffany Templeton
Outdoor Education for our Youngest Learners
Ten minute teaser.
View the full length webinar.
Graspable Math Webinar
Archived Webinar with Audrey McLaren online on June 3rd, 2020.
Graspable Math is an online tool that enables students to experiment with math and algebra in a whole new way. In this video, Audrey McLaren, an online Math teacher at LEARN explains how she uses this tool with her students.
Here are the practice links used in the webinar:
Français Langue Seconde
Rendez-vous virtuels en FLS! Comment s’outiller pour enseigner le français, langue seconde en ligne?
LEARN, LBPSB et le RÉCIT de la communauté anglophone vous invitent à un rendez-vous virtuel avec Shawn Lefebvre, enseignant en immersion française à Foothill School Division en Alberta.
Dans le cadre de cette conversation virtuelle, il partagera avec vous ses succès, ses erreurs, mais surtout ses apprentissages qui lui ont permis de développer sa confiance en tant que nouvel enseignant en ligne. Ce rendez-vous virtuel sera également l’occasion pour chaque participant d’échanger leurs expériences et leurs questions.
ARTS CONNECTION: Practical Ideas and Planning for Teaching the Arts during Pandemic
Webinar recorded August 24th, 2020
In collaboration with the MAD2 Sub-committee for the Arts, LEARN hosted a workshop about the unique challenges and solutions for Arts teachers during COVID-19.
Check out LEARN’s Social Sciences Online Learning sections for teachers. Here you will find tips, tricks and tools to help you teach online and in a digital age, with videos and sample activity ideas that illustrated how things might play out during different inquiry phases
Engage Example - Image analysis for WW1 War Experiences
This overview video describes an example of how to Engage your students online. Using an organizer on a live Google Drawing, students collaboratively note down their questions and responses, connect historical events to prior knowledge, share the impressions they have with the class, etc. For more capsules that describe examples of different learning phases in an inquiry process visit Social Sciences - Online Learning in a Digital Age
Investigate Example - Using timelines and maps for First Settlements
This overview video describes an example of the Investigate Phase. Students "Establish Facts" related to various first settlements (Port Royal, Tadoussac, Quebec) and "Situate them in Space and Time" using online collaborative tools like Google Draw/Slides and Cartograf. For more capsules that describing different learning phases visit Social Sciences - Online Learning in a Digital Age
Explore Example - Using videos and Pictures for Irish and French Migrations
Student examine pictures and videos, as ways to "Explore" the Irish and French Migration experiences and realities of people who moved to and from the Canadas in the 1800s. Students work in a collaborative online environment using Google Slides. For more capsules that describing different learning phases visit Social Sciences - Online Learning in a Digital Age
LEARN's Open Creative Space
LEARN's OCS website has resources and activities you can apply in synchronous or asynchronous learning situations. You will find everything from professional development opportunities, to conferences, and even STEAM challenges.
Engaging Students with Hands-On Learning Webinar
Archived webinar from August 27th, 2020.
Join the LEARN Ped team for a Zoom session focusing on how to engage students with hands-on learning, be it online or in person.
STEAM Capsules - OCS Livestream and Archive
In order to meet the challenge of social distancing, LEARN is bringing the Open Creative Space days to you online. These 20- 30 minute sessions were recorded last spring and archived so you can catch them outside of class time. You can find the OCS sessions and other playlists on the LEARN Youtube Channel OCS Playlist. Detailed descriptions of the capsules and lists of materials are available on the OCS site.
In this episode we look at creating musical instruments (aka noise makers) with everyday household items.
In this episode we look at creating a chain reaction, using simple machines made from item we find laying around the confines of our homes.
In this episode we look at making objects that spin, using resources found in our homes. Learn about the science and symmetry required to make a spinner.
In this episode we look at Newton’s 1st law – “objects at rest stay at rest, objects in motion stay in motion”. We also explore design objects or structures that affect a force on an object, the use of measuring instruments., the technological design process, Mathematics, units of measurement for length and angle, along with probability and distribution
In this episode we look at telling stories and how to create the artifacts that represent the city or the country where stories get told.
#LightUpOurDays is a huge theme in STEAM education. The ideas explore how to use light and shadow to create unique forms of art and expression…
Educators can use these resources to inspire their students to play with light and shadows all the while creating amazing artifacts of their learning.
Hey Educators… Our final Live Stream of this school year explores cardboard in all its grandeur. The Ped Team explored techniques, ideas, and integration possibilities both for Online and F2F learners.
In this virtual makerspace, the LEARN team is #ExploringBalance with balancing sculptures, mobiles, homo-polar motors, and much more. Key concepts of balance, like gravity, mass, center of gravity, and distribution of mass.
In this virtual makerspace, the LEARN team explores #StopMotion. We look at the design process, material suggestions and sample productions to make great StopMotion animations. Learners are so engaged, they remember incorporated content without even trying.
LEARN's ShiftED Podcast Series
In conversation with various educators. This podcast series brings you into real classroom situations as Educators chat informally about life in the classroom.
ShiftED Podcast 1: Transitioning your elementary class online.
Today I interviewed Jennifer Oner of Westmount Park Elementary school of the English Montreal School Board. We discussed transitioning from F2F teaching to Online.
Listen to Jennifer's responses to the following questions. What are some challenges? What does 'a day in the life' look like in your virtual classroom? How do you pace your lessons? What kind of support are you getting from the School Board? What physical tools do you have in the set-up for your class? What is your online set-up? What kind of digital management system are you using to communicate with young learners and their parents? What advice do you have for teachers who are just starting to take their class online?
ShiftED Podcast 2: Transitioning grade 4/5 online
In this episode we talk with a grade 4/5 teacher from Lester B. Pearson School Board from Edgewater Elementary, Daphne Amster. We caught up on her transition from F2F to online…
ShiftED Podcast 3: A Conversation with Principal Chris Morgan Butler Elementary ETSB
Today I had a great conversation with Chris Morgan the principal of Butler Elementary of the Eastern Townships School Board. We talked about how principals have been dealing with health and safety issues surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as Butler’s reopening experience.
ShiftED Podcast 4: A Conversation with SWLSB Pedagogical Consultants
LEARN reached out to a couple of pedagogical consultants, Tim Foreman and Ron Turchyniak whose dossiers are to get teachers and staff at Sir Wilfred Laurier School Board (SWLSB) comfortable with integrating educational technologies into their classrooms. All this changed in March. Their jobs became all the more crucial as teachers shifted from classroom to online teaching amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. It is safe to say that Tim and Ron's time was essential in getting educators online, and comfortable with using tech tools that would facilitate this shift in practice. Countless professional development sessions later, LEARN caught up with these two rock stars to chat about this transformational shift and how they we faring in this new "normal."
ShiftED Podcast 5: A Conversation with Teacher Russell Dennis (Cycle 3 elementary)
LEARN caught up with Russell Dennis, a Cycle 3 Elementary teacher at Dr. Wilbert Keon School, in Chapeau, part of the Western Quebec School Board. He shared his experiences teaching his small school, which houses both elementary and secondary students in northern Quebec, and how it has fared during the pandemic. We discussed the challenges of online teaching, how to engage students virtually and what the future holds for education come August 31st, 2020. Great chat!
ShiftED Podcast 6: A Conversation with Teacher Jeremy Wouda (High School)
A Conversation with Jeremy Wouda, teacher at Philemon Wright HS, WQSB. This discussion includes the transition from Face-to-face, to online teaching.
ShiftED Podcast 7: A Conversation with Zak Likely
A conversation with Eastern Shores School Board’s Math and Science consultant Zak Likely to discuss how our most eastern English school board is coping with the ever-changing reality of a Covid-19 world. Evolving educational practices and engaging online learners.
ShiftED Podcast 8: Vanguard School
Conversation with Stephanie and Alexi, team-teaching in cycle 1 elementary. Differentiation and diversity for learners with learning disabilities.