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Une communauté de pratique en ligne qui est axée sur l’apprentissage, le partage et le leadership du personnel enseignant.

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Artifact #2 - modèle SECTIONS pour choisir l'outil technologique efficace

Started by Rachelle Baker Jun 29, 2016. 0 Replies

Dans le cadre de mon projet PALPE, je devais choisir l'outil technologique le plus efficace pour mettre le portfolio électronique à la disposition de mes élèves.En pièce jointe, j'ai inclus l'étude…Continue

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Le portfolio au service de l'élève - autorégulation

Started by Rachelle Baker Jun 29, 2016. 0 Replies

Mon projet PALPE (Le portfolio au service de l'élève) vise la création d'un portfolio numérique dans lequel les enseignant(e)s et les élèves peuvent insérer des pistes de réussite.Nous travaillons…Continue

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Outil pour gerer votre budget

Started by Claudine Laporte May 7, 2015. 0 Replies

Un outil Excel pour faire le suivi des depenses encourues dans le cadre de votre projet.…Continue

Adventures in outdoor teaching...

Started by Adam Bradley May 6, 2015. 0 Replies

It has been an awesome year for our team at Regina Street Public School. Thanks to our involvement in the TLLP, we have had many opportunities to pursue our goals related to bringing the classroom…Continue

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Comment by Louise Robitaille on June 11, 2014 at 3:01pm
Hey Derrick,
We attended the conference call with TVO and Jim today. It was a quick hour filled with valuable information about the new "teacher" online platform and how to play with it. I don't know about you, but I'm very excited about this project and the possibilities of sharing, creating and exploring.
Louise
Comment by Louise Robitaille on June 11, 2014 at 2:52pm
Hi Jaclyn,
Pete and I are presenting at BringITogether conference in November. While we are not currently in a TLLP, we continue to share our learning about inquiry-based teaching. Hope to see you in November!
Louise
Comment by Derrick Schellenberg on June 11, 2014 at 9:36am

Hey Jaclyn,

Our TLLP team from Sir William Mulock Secondary School in Newmarket will be sharing our project on authentic multimedia texts, primarily focusing on the use of GAFE and video in inquiry-based learning.  We are excited to be presenting and attending ECOO for the first time.

We are also looking forward to hearing more about what TVO has cooking regarding the online platform Jim is going to present on in today's adobe connect session.

Lots of intriguing stuff going on!

Cheers,

Derrick

Comment by Jim Strachan on June 11, 2014 at 9:18am

Hi Jaclyn -- my colleague Nick Zacharopoulos and I are pleased to be co-presenting about the TLLP with Michelle Cordy at BringITtogether. Michelle will be sharing her experiences as a TLLP project leader and we'll be offering some thoughts from the "ministry perspective".

Also - am involved in a session with TVO about the creation of an online platform for all of Ontario's teachers to explore / share / create.  "Stay tuned" for more info as we're quite excited about the potential of this platform for sharing the learning of TLLP across the province!

Happy Wednesday!

Jim

Comment by Jaclyn Calder on June 10, 2014 at 1:16pm

A team from our school board will be presenting our Blended Learning Project (all grade 9's coming in with laptops in fall 2014) at the BIT14 conference in November 2014. Myself, a couple principals, a couple superintendents and the manager of ITS will be sharing. I will be focusing on the Professional Development aspect (along with school supports with the Principals). We will be sharing our TLLP mostly. 

Will any others be at the conference? 

Comment by Nancy Morin on May 30, 2014 at 9:50am

Le personnel et les élèves de notre école ont prélevé des fonds pour la Fondation des maladies du coeur et de l'AVC en participant à l'événement Gros Vélo. Un autre beau projet qui nous a aidé à bâtir notre sens d'appartenance dans notre école et notre communauté.

Comment by Lucio Iassogna on April 26, 2014 at 1:23am

Hello fellow TLLPers , we have completed 5 PD sessions between 2 schools.  The goal of our Collaborative efforts are as follows.  

•Launching St.Eugene and Immaculate Conception as elementary BYOD schools
•Framing our work in the collaborative inquiry model
•Developing success criteria for utilization of effective Apps for students
•Students and staff mastering 1 or 2 Apps
•Allowing students to take the lead sometimes
•Sharing our learning via First Class and Job Embedded PD sessions
So far we have met many of these goals at many levels but not without challenges. 
So far our biggest challenge has been connectivity.  For reasons unexplained a few of our classrooms lose connectivity on a consistent basis.  We have been working with IT and looks like we have overcome this obstacle.  I did do some legwork in the summer to make sure this would not be a problem but the  true test of our network showed (was not too successful at first)when we needed 60 students logging in at the same time-.  That was something I could not test in the summer.  
On the bright side (and it is looking very sunny) our students are taking off with apps and software that will assist them in their 21st century classrooms.  Many of our students have learned to use Gmail, Google docs, Google drive. We have a few staff members creating notes on Google docs and have attached the entire class to the notes so that students have access to notes at home and at school.  Awesome.  
We also have a few teachers using the LMS.  This is the the Learning Management System by the ministry. It is a safe secure place for students to access information. There are many others we have discovered that I will share at a later time. 
Here is the criteria our staff put together to consider if an App would benefit our students.

Success Criteria 

In order for an app to be successful for our students at St.Eugene  it will...  

  1. improve student achievement
  2. engage student interest
  3. allow students to fulfill their expectations on their IEP.  
  4. reinforce skills being taught in class
  5. serve as a resource for students.
  6. go across all tablets/computer .
    7. provide the teacher with valuable assessment data         for each student
This is a small sample of the learning that is taking place at 2 schools.  Pre and Post data is showing that the introduction of technology and BYOD at our schools is improving student achievement.
Comment by Kim Savoie on March 3, 2014 at 5:13pm

Hi,

I am sure glad someone mentioned the artefacts. We will have to review this when our team meets again after March Break. Trying to stay on top of everything is a project in itself.

Comment by Kathy Bauman on March 3, 2014 at 3:03pm
Thank you Nick! Our team did posts prior to the Dec. Deadline but I want to review to be sure they are truly artifact quality.
Comment by Nick Zacharopoulos on March 3, 2014 at 2:47pm

Hi Kathy,

To post artefacts for your project, the process and deadlines are as follows:

Post two artefacts:

  • one before December 31st, 2013 about your learning
  • one before May 31st, 2014 about your sharing
  • Participate in 3 short surveys

If it helps to see the ‘Networking Requirements’ power point from the May training session, it is posted in the TLLP Group, under the heading “TLLP Downloads” (see left side of TLLP page) (http://mentoringmoments.ning.com/group/tllp-palpe).

Hope this is helpful.

Nick

 
 
 

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