L'Instant du Mentorat
Our purpose is to create meaningful, relevant, authentic and sustainable professional development for practitioners that can be directly transferred to the classroom to creating similar learning opportunities for students. We use action-reflection and data-driven self-directed inquiry in a collaborative community.
The goals of this proposal align directly with 25 out of 31 of the K-12 School Effectiveness Framework indicators. It also alligns with Bluewater District BIPSA priorities.
Priority #1: To facilitate quality instruction and learning experiences for educators in which as-needed, individualized feedback and support is available through the development of mentor/mentee relationships, small cultures of inquiry and validation groups.
Priority #2: To co-create an equitable and inclusive environment with a common understanding of group values, goals and success criteria with the improvement of student wellbeing and achievement at the core, in which educator learning is deepened through authentic, relevant and meaningful self-directed inquiry, and with measurable improvement in student wellbeing and achievement as an outcome.
Priority #3: To promote and facilitate dialogue across subjects, divisions, levels of the Board and within the community through diverse sustainable growth over time and through the public sharing of our work.
Location: Grey and Bruce Counties
Latest Activity: Nov 8, 2016
We were honoured that the BWDSB program department invited us to run sessions at our Board-wide professional development day on September 30, 2016. We designed two sessions and invited Bluewater Action Research Network members to help facilitate…Continue
Videos coming soon - Watch this space:)We are thrilled to have hosted a second successful Symposium showcasing the results of 10 diverse action research projects from educators within our board. Huge thanks to the TLLP team who allowed the balance…Continue
In sharing what we have learned about our practice through an inquiry we reflect on where we started, where we are now and the important points along the way. By considering our audience when planning, interacting with them, and asking for feedback…Continue
We are so excited that four proposals from Bluewater educators have been accepted for the ARNA 2015 Conference:1) A BARN workshop2) 2 poster presentation proposals3) Town Hall proposalMore details to follow! I will post the individual proposals as…Continue
The BARN Facilitation team (Liz Campbell, Krystal Damm, Bradley Clarke, Melissa Juniper and myself) met via Skype yesterday to plan our first whole group meeting on Monday (Jan 12). After four snow days this week we are hoping the winds die down…Continue
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