Summer Academy

SUMMER ACADEMY COURSE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!!!

Waterloo Region Occasional Teachers Local will be hosting From Classroom Management to Classroom Community, led by Michael Beetham.

Imagine a classroom where behavioural issues are reduced, all students experience success and the teacher is able to spend more time teaching and connecting with students. You are invited to join us on this engaging, three-day comprehensive course as we expand our current expertise in managing high risk students, classroom routines and procedures that prevent classroom management problems and bullying while fostering a productive classroom.

When? July 5, 6 and 7, 2017

Time? 8:30am – 3:00pm Daily

Where? WROTL Office (130 Highland Road East, Kitchener)

Registration: Click here to see all available summer academy courses!

Registration is now open for ETFO’S Summer Academy 2017.  70 three-day courses, located throughout the province, will focus on the arts,assessment, classroom management, French, literacy, kindergarten, special education and a variety of other learning areas to meet your professional learning needs.  In addition to our regular Summer Academy courses, we have additional math and technology courses available due to enhanced funding from the Ontario Ministry of Education. Each course includes practical, classroom-ready strategies and time to collaborate and network with colleagues from across Ontario. These practical and dynamic courses always fill up very quickly. Don’t be disappointed, register today.

Visit the ETFO 2017 Summer Academy website at www.etfo.ca to register today.

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