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Quick turnaround on this BCTF ELA teachers!         Jan. 16th is the deadline

The BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) is seeking 18 public school teachers willing to participate as BCTF representatives to the Ministry of Education’s Framework for Classroom Assessment Teams in the following areas: Science (Grades 10–12), English Language Arts (Grades 10–12), and ADST (Grades K–12).

Being a PSA member is one of the selection criteria that will be considered in the selection process for this posting.

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Get Your Conference Powerpoints Here!

Thank you to presenters who have shared their powerpoints from the Oct. 2018 BCTELA Conference. Some are posted below!

We enjoyed our time together and are grateful for the opportunity to network and learn from so many wonderful educators!

Think Alouds -Jeff Wilhelm

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Diving Deep Into Nonfiction -Jeff Wilhelm

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Critical Literacy -Leyton Schnellert

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Fiction Reading -Kyla Hadden

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Primary Readers & Writers-Faye Brownlie

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The Podcast Project -Lisa Green

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Exploring the New ELA 10-12 -SD 41 Team

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Understanding Identity – Vicki Roberts, Seanna Hyndman

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Core Competencies (link) -Kelsey Keller

The website is Kelseykeller.com and the power point is under handouts and PPTs (password: neverland).

 

Inquiry Based Literature Circles -Tanya Hobbs

Link to prezi – http://prezi.com/qljiysffuxtv/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

Handouts –

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2018 BCTELA Conference Registration Now Open! Download the conference brochure and share with your colleagues!

 Register Me Now:

Register BCTELA 2018 Conference

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**Please note the correct address of the new Moody Middle School location!

BCTELA’s annual conference brings together passionate educators who are committed to
teaching practices that respect, engage, and include all learners. This year’s sessions will
focus on topics that empower learners to take ownership of their learning, connect ELA to
the core competencies, consider gender identities; infuse aboriginal perspectives and
principles of learning; and explore exciting possibilities in ELA 10-12.

Jeffrey Wilhelm

-EMPOWER YOUR TEACHING: Cognitive apprenticeship
and inquiry to promote powerful reading, composing and
social action!

The keynote will explore how inquiry as cognitive
apprenticeship is THE model of instruction for developing
motivation, as well as developing deep conceptual and
procedural understanding that leads to transfer and application
of learning in the real world.

 

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