Once again, the Ontario Teachers’ Federation has put together an incredible summer offering for Ontario Educators. These sessions pull interested teachers together in an education environment for some intensive learning, typically for three days, focused on specific topics. For $50, you get accommodations, meals, and a great learning opportunity. How can you go wrong?
The highlight of the summer is a reprise of the OTF Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century featuring Garfield Gini-Newman, Will Richardson, and the Minds on Media crew.
Then, each of the subject associations sponsor subject specific workshops. If you’re interested in computer opportunities, then you’ll want to check out what the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario is offering. As I look up and down the list of offerings, locations such as Bark Lake, London, Belleville, Toronto, Sudbury, there’s a real attempt to be inclusive making things available throughout the province.
I’m fortunate to be able to be involved with a couple of these sessions. In July, Johanna Lawler and I will join the Minds on Media gang at the OTF Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century session. In August, Kelly Moore and I will again offer our Wikis and Web 2.0 session.
If you want to be involved, you need to act quickly. Closing date for registration is June 19. You can read about the OTF Summer Program 2011 by clicking here.
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