OTF FLYER **NEW SESSIONS ADDED**
Check out the OTF Connects 2017 Fall Program
The Ontario Teachers’ Federation is pleased to continue supporting self-directed teacher learning through OTF Connects. Developed for teachers by teachers, our free professional learning webinar program provides you with easy-to-access PD right at your home computer or mobile device.
OTF Connects invites teachers to learn, share and collaborate with colleagues from across the province through rich, relevant professional learning opportunities. Teachers leave each session with immediately useful ideas for their classroom.
This year, our focus will be supporting teachers to enhance their classroom practice in Mathematics, technology, curriculum, Kindergarten, and wellness.
Check the OTF Connects 2017 Fall Calendar and share with your colleagues.
Oct. 18 Take Your Lessons Digital with OTF Planboard!, Andrew Bieronski
Oct. 19 Digital Citizenship in your Next Generation Learning Classroom,
Oct. 23 Creating Math Moments That Matter, Kyle Pearce and Jon Orr
Oct. 24 Structures for Promoting Deep Understanding, Garfield Gini-Newman
Oct. 25 Subitizing in Kindergarten, Tracy Sims and Cheryl Emrich
Oct. 26 Coding the Five Strands of Mathematics with Scratch in Primary,
Oct. 30 BYOD in Primary and Junior Grades? Yes you can!, Vickie Morgado
Nov. 1 Supporting Inquiry with Digital Provocations, Tina Zita
Nov. 2 #Mathematize This!, Matthew Oldridge
NEW SESSIONS ADDED
Nov. 30 Feeling Better Now®: Supporting Teachers’ Mental Health,
Dr. Parikh and Kathleen Qu – NEW
Dec. 4 Modern & Easy Digital Assessment with Growing Success,
Andrew Bieronski and Jaime Reaburn
Dec. 5 An Idea Worth Spreading: TED-Ed talks,
Elke Baumgartner and Megan Lowe
Dec. 6 The Power of Paperless: Little Shifts Bring Big Change,
Dec. 7 Nurturing Habits of Mind through Intermediate Math Inquiries,
Dec. 7 Stress behaviour vs. Misbehaviour, Becky Kennedy – NEW
Missed a session? Find recordings and resources from previous OTF Connects on our extensive Resources page.