Are you looking for a community resource to supplement your school or classroom’s learning experience?
Check out our newest VLC page, under Teaching and Learning Resources: learningcommons62.sd62.bc.ca/information-centre/community-resources/
If you have a recommendation for an addition, please email Melissa Horner, firstname.lastname@example.org
This learning session is for all teachers of all grades and subject areas!
Join Melissa Horner and learn more about:
● The SD62 District Resource Centre (DRC)
● Resources available through the Public libraries (GVPL and VIRL)
● SD62’s Virtual Learning Commons (VLC)
● ERAC – evaluated resources, curriculum starting points and the digital classroom
Time: 3:45 – 4:45
Where: SBO Annex meeting room
K-2, March 11
3-5, April 1
6-8, April 3
9-12, April 8
Please RSVP to email@example.com before noon on the day of the session (or earlier). You will need to bring a device.
Resource Review (3)
The Workshop Model is a way to organize your lessons and class time that is student centered. It maximizes student work and practice time, focusing on practice, growth, and reflection while minimizing the amount of time the teacher spends in the front of the classroom. The Workshop Model’s focus on the student, allowing time for students to “get messy with learning,” reflect on their learning, and pursue self-driven inquiry. Not only that, the workshop might very well be the best classroom routine we have for building student independence an self-regulation.
The SD62 Curriculum and Learning Team is offering a series of 6 Classroom Workshop sessions:
Implementing Math Workshop in your K-3 Classroom: Feb. 20, 3:45-5:30
Implementing Math Workshop in your 4-7 Classroom: Feb. 27, 3:45-5:30
Building Thinking Classrooms in your 8-10 Math Class: April 17, 3:45-5:30
Implementing Reading Workshop in your 4-9 Classroom: March 7, 3:45-5:30
Implementing Writing Workshop in your K-3 Classroom: March 11, 3:45-5:30
Implementing Writing Workshop in your 4-8 Classroom: March 14, 3:45-5:30
More information here: Workshop series