TRIBES LEARNING COMMUNITY BASIC COURSE FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL – SERIES

Session Description

Every school should be a model home, a complete community actively developing future compassionate citizens capable of creating, leading and contributing to the kind of democratic communities – in which we all long to live.”

This 8-module in-depth basic training will be presented over 5 days and is intended for teachers, administrators and all support staff.

While the session will be geared for middle school age students, the Tribes process is used with all grades.

Teachers using this approach spend far less time managing inappropriate behavior and more time facilitating learning.

Date: January 29, 2018- full day 9:00-4:00

January 31:  Wednesday evening session 5:00-8:00

February 2:  Friday full day 9:00-4:00

February 7:  Wednesday evening 5:00-8:00

February 10:  Saturday full day 9:00-4:00

Please note:  Rural teachers unable to travel for the evening sessions will participate via google hangout.

Target Audience: classroom teachers, administrators, LATs, school teams, district staff, educational assistants, all are welcome

Please indicate preference for text:  Elementary, Middle or High School.

Limited to 20 participants

Time:  See times attached to dates above       

Location: Bert Bowes Middle School Library

Facilitator:  Dale Boissonneault, District Tribes Trainer

Registration Deadline: January 17, 2018

Registration Contact:  Dale Boissonneault at dboissonneault@prn.bc.ca.

 

TRIBES LEARNING COMMUNITY TRAINING 101 Introduction – Oct 20, 2017

“Every school should be a model home, a complete community actively developing future compassionate citizens capable of creating, leading and contributing to the kind of democratic communities – in which we all long to live.”

This session will provide participants with a basic background in the Tribes program.  The philosophy and strategies of Tribes can be implemented in a variety of ways at all levels – elementary, middle and high school.  

We are hoping this introductory session will excite and encourage participants to enrol in the in-depth basic training course.

Teachers using this approach in their classrooms spend far less time managing inappropriate behaviour and more time facilitating learning.

Date: Oct 20th         

Target Audience: classroom teachers, administrators, LATs, school teams, district staff, educational assistants, all are welcome

Time: 9:00-3:00         

Location: Bert Bowes Lounge Area   

Facilitators:  Dale Boissonneault

Registration Deadline: October 10

Registration Contact:  Marie Westergaard at mwestergaard@prn.bc.ca