Every year, the Western Regional Computer Advisory Committee hosts a one day Symposium of teaching with technology for leaders in the South Western Ontario Region of Ontario. The plans have been finalized and we’re looking forward to the day and welcoming ~400 principals and educational leaders on Thursday, December 9.
The venue is again the beautiful Lamplighter Inn in London, Ontario. The events of the day include a couple of external perspectives through keynote addresses and then breakout sessions highlighting some of the great things that are happening in schools from Windsor to Waterloo; St. Thomas to Owen Sound.
Keynote addresses this year will focus on our students. Ian Jukes (@ijukes) will explain why today’s students are not the children that our current schools are designed for and will offer suggestions about how to address this. And, Angela Maeirs (@angelamaiers) will help us understand the “Habitudes” of a 21st Century Learner so that the table can be set for success for them.
Breakout sessions will provide ideas for motivation and leadership for schools showing actual practice in Ontario.
- Literacy is not Enough; 21 Century Fluency for the Digital Age
- iPad in the Classroom
- Tapping into Your Curiosity, Imagination, and Expertise
- Facebook in Waterloo Classrooms
- A Personal Learning Network for Principals
- Knowledge Ontario Update
- Live Scribe Pens in the Classroom TPAC Project
- Getting it Right: Aligning Technology Initiatives for Measurable Student Results
- Young Minds, Digital Times
- Getting Along Digitally – WECDSB Peer–Led Electronics Awareness Program
- The Writing Process and Assessment with Turn-It-In.com
- Read Alouds and the Interactive Whiteboard
- Have you seen the OERB lately?
We are excited by the program this year and know that the audience for the day will leave inspired and motivated. Registration is now open and complete details about the day are available on the Western Regional Computer Advisory Committee website.