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Monday, April 27


A1 The Power of Extreme Writing A10 Moccasin Walk A11 Pun-ny for Your Thoughts (secondary) A12 Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum (elementary) A13 Accelerating the Progress of Students in Reading/Writing (elementary and middle) (**repeated in D12) A14 We Can Bead- exploring math through patterns (elementary) A15 Appreciation at Work A16 PE is Fun! Minor games for all ages and spaces A17 Feed Your Body, Feed Your Soul- Tips and tools to help you make your relationship with food a positive one. A18 Reframing Behaviour (elementary) A19 Developing a Primary Nature Program (primary) A2 Cooperation and Teamwork Through World Music and Movement A20 Embodying Peace A21 Gladys we Never Knew Cross Curricular Lesson Modules for Secondary Schools A22 T.E.C. in the Classroom- Traditional Secwepemc Knowledge and Exploring the Connection to the Land Through Carving Cottonwood Dugout Canoes A23 Inclusive Teaching Strategies to Support ELLs (elementary) A24 The 'art' of critical inquiry (focus on the arts) A25 Framing critical inquiry questions A26 Making the Past Come Alive: Engaging Students in Historical Thinking A27 Curated display of picture books supporting the core competencies (K - 9) A28 Social Studies LSA (secondary) A29 Supporting Students in Effective Research and Inquiry A3 Differentiating the BC Digital Classroom (Intermediate focus) A4 3 Artsy math Lessons Which Never Fail (grades 4–10) A5 A Cross Curricular Approach to Inclusive Education (Elementary) A6 Fostering Resiliency with Indigenous Students A7 Screenagers: Growing Up In the Digital Age (**repeated in Session D5) A8 Crafting Safe Spaces for Authentic Connection A9 Thistle Prickle Your Fancy!- Invasive Plants in the Classroom (**repeated in D7) E1 Infusing Aboriginal Content (K – 9 focus) E2 Mix It Up, Art! (elementary) E3 Secondary Careers LSA Meeting (secondary) E4 Build a Wewtsk E5 Plants, Knowledge, You & Your Classroom E6 Say Your Name: Reclaiming Cultural Identity After Residential School (grade 4 +) E7 Creative Relief From Overwhelm; Discover the Path to Your Intuitive Artist. E8 Teaching and Assessing Competencies


B1 Differentiating the BC Digital Classroom (primary focus) B10 The Culture of Teaching (**repeated in C10) B2 If You Can’t Fail, You Can’t Succeed: How to Practice Risk B3 Rap Battle Strategy (secondary) B4 Move Their Bodies, Move Their Minds B5 Linking indigenous ways of knowing with critical inquiry (** repeated in C6) B6 Local Traditional Plants and Medicinal Uses B7 Secwepemc History, Language and Land. ‘Connectedness’ (**repeated in C8) B8 La Pensee critique chez de jeunes eleves au primaire B9 Social Media Ethics, Digital Literacy and New Media (secondary) D1 Guys Write! 10 sure-Fire Ways to Capture Your Reluctant Boy Writers (and your girls too) D10 Digital and Scientific Literacy (secondary) D11 Coast Salish Weaving- through a math lens (elementary) D12 Accelerating the Progress of Students in Reading/Writing (elementary and middle) (**repeat of A13) D13 Reggio Inspired Practice: Story Workshop, Loose Parts and Physical Environment D14 "Taking the Lead" using Emotional Intelligence D15 Growth Mindset and Inclusion (elementary) D16 BC Blanket Exercise: Exploring Historical Relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples D17 Gladys: The Life of a Child in a BC Residential School. The short life and tragic death of a BC residential school student (elementary and middle school) D18 Aboriginal and Inuit Games D19 The Bees Knees and the Bees’ Needs (grades 4-7) D2 The BC Digital Classroom- District Education Staff/TL Focus D3 Surfacing Stories: Transforming the Ordinary to the Extraordinary (elementary) D4 Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation D5 Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age (**repeat of A7) D6 Teaching Archaeology: the Secwepemc World from the Ice Age to Now D7 Thistle Prickle Your Fancy! (elementary) (**repeat of A9) D8 Truth Before Reconciliation: Inviting Students to Think Historically About Canadian History D9 Pickleball Skills


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