This is a collection of Professional Development / Inservice offerings from past years.
Each year managers of the site should remove the month categories from posts and select Past as the new category for the post so that previous offerings show here and not in current months of the year.
-the benefits of spending time outside -conducting a risk- benefit assessment -building a routine to take your students outdoors -connections to the science curriculum -LOTS of hands-on, nature-based activities
Contact James Davis Education Program Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 250-386-5255 ext.245
You are invited to attend an EASE workshop for K-7 classroom teachers! EASE is a collection of evidence-informed anxiety management and resilience-building classroom strategies for use with students. The stand-alone activities align with the BC Curriculum and designed to benefit all children by fitting into existing classroom routines and practices. Interested teachers who wish to utilize the resources must attend the training session with Bev Baker, District Contact and Trainer for EASE. Please see attached for more details including registration, location and compensation information.
Wade Repta, BHSc, OT, is an Occupational Therapist and Certified Disability Management Professional who has spent almost 20 years working with teachers to help them minimize barriers and remain in the classroom.
This work has allowed Wade to develop a unique understanding of the challenges facing teachers in today’s dynamic educational settings.
What: Learn strategies to help manage personal wellness
When: Friday, May 10; 9:00-2:30
Where: PRNTA Office at 9912 101 Ave.
All participants will receive a copy of Wade’s book
Seats are limited so register by April 30 to secure your spot!
Email Connie Stones email@example.com, to register; please indicate any dietary restrictions.