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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

Tags: technologie, choisir, pour

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

Tags: autorégulation

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 Kathy Bauman on March 3, 2014 at 2:30pm

Could someone help me?  I am looking for the Ning  TLLP Downloads page, specifically: Networking Requirements

Thank you!

Comment by Derrick Schellenberg on March 2, 2014 at 8:20pm
It was our pleasure, Jaclyn. It gave us a nice chance to visit each other and steal ideas from our own group members. The discussion was also awesome, talking with a group that is heading down the BYOD/blended learning path. A lot of interesting challenges lie ahead.
Look forward to seeing you in the fall.
Comment by Jaclyn Calder on March 2, 2014 at 7:15pm

A HUGE thank you to Derrick and his TLLP team at Sir William Mullock SS. They hosted a team from our two, small secondary schools last thursday. We had some weather barriers that left half our team stuck behind that awful 100-car pile-up (not in the accident just stuck on the highway for 4 hours), but the SWMSS team rolled with the changes. We had the opportunity to observe a variety of English classes and then work with the team to help guide us. 

THANK YOU very much for your generosity of time and expertise! 

Comment by Jaclyn Calder on February 16, 2014 at 11:51am

The Educational Computing Organization of Ontario (ECOO) call for presentation proposals is now open. If you are interested in sharing your work, check out: 

Comment by Nancy Bellemare-Perron on January 26, 2014 at 7:03pm

It's been 4 months and our project is moving along nicely. The premise of our project is to increase students' self esteem in oral communication in the French language.  We've created groups across our primary and junior divisions (grades 3,4,5 and 6) and meet on a weekly basis. Students participate in a variety of oral communication activities that allows them to feel comfortable speaking in French.  Every week, students will approach us and ask 'Quand est-ce que l'on se rencontre encore?'  I am confident in stating that we are enjoying success with our TLLP.  We are very proud of the progress our students have made thus far.

Comment by Jaclyn Calder on January 23, 2014 at 7:30pm

Our group has continued sharing on our blog. I am still the one (as project lead) mostly writing the posts. However, we are in the process of getting the rest of the team to each share an activity from their classes. 

Our blog was discussed on this blog here last month: 

Here are some blog posts we've shared lately: 

Please join in the conversation at 

Thanks for all the sharing here. 

Comment by Darlene bailey on December 25, 2013 at 12:43pm

Dana and I have been working with 4 other teachers and several EA's to help implement one component(visuals) of our Structured Learning Model  in our three kindergarten classrooms. We organized a half day workshop for our teachers to give them the background information.  They have selected students and the implementation of visual schedules has been happening for the past 3 months.  The students are responding well and are able to complete tasks using their visual schedule.  During one of our EDD I was able to meet with another high school and present a powerpoint on Structured Learning.  Also on Dec. 5 I was invited to the vice-principal meeting to discuss Structured Learning. This involved 25 vice-principals. This was a great opportunity to get the information to staff who lead schools.  They were very responsive and I was able to reinforce the need for administration to support the staff if they are interested in this model.  It involves a hugh committment.     Dana and I also organized our first tour of our demonstration classrooms on Dec. 10. There were 14 participants from 4 different school.  The feedback was very positive.  It sparked a high interest from these schools to go back and start implementing Structured Learning in their classrooms.  I have not posted in a  while so I just wanted to update you on what we were doing.  Dana and I will continue to keep you upadate.  Have a very merry Christmas. It is time for turkey now.  :)   

Comment by Nancy Morin on December 12, 2013 at 2:56pm

Déjà les membres du personnel organisent des activités et mettent sur pied des traditions dans notre nouvelle école. Le projet nous permet de collaborer et de partager nos forces; on se sent de plus en plus comme une équipe. Entre autres, nous avons planifié un banquet d'honneurs pour célébrer les succès académiques de nos élèves.

Comment by Ted McKinney on November 26, 2013 at 7:54pm

Lots of great learning going on with all the projects.  Our team has been meeting regularly since September.  We are recording our journey through the TLLP process on a website.  IPADS4MATH  Please come by and see what we have been doing.

Comment by Jaclyn Calder on November 14, 2013 at 10:35pm

Thanks for sharing Derrick, 

We had a great week this week. We had our parent information sessions, visited the elementary schools and a TLLP meeting. Our teachers will be using a variety of tools. We've talked a lot about all choosing the same tool vs. choosing different tools. We ended up going with what works best for each teacher/class. Some teachers will be going with D2L, other with a combination of teacher website and edmodo. Many want to use Google Drive with some apps for feedback on the writing process. 

Is your TLLP project around your use of Google? 

We shared about our parents night and tllp meeting here:



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