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Type: Language Arts (TQS 3) [clear filter]
Thursday, February 25
 

9:00am MST

LIVE SESSION: Encouraging Youth Civic Engagement Through YPI Live SessionKate Gatto School and Author-Artist Collaborations In the Time of COVID Pre-recorded SessionAlexis Marie Chute Bougez, observez, parlez ! Des stratégies théâtrales pour encourager le langage parlé. Pre-recorded SessionMarylou Gammans A Data Driven Approach to Teaching Literacy Pre-recorded SessionBryan Allen • Kenny Yeung • Lisa Taylor • Nathan Bane BLAST: A Multi-Grade Literacy Intervention Pre-recorded SessionNancy MacLellan Comics and Graphic Novels for Adolescent Readers Pre-recorded SessionDavid Lewkowich Comics and Language Arts Pre-recorded SessionDavid Lewkowich Creative Writing to Cope with Stress and Build Resiliency Pre-recorded SessionAlexis Marie Chute Creatively Approaching Shakespeare 1.0 Pre-recorded SessionBill Jacobsen Creatively Approaching Shakespeare 2.0 Pre-recorded SessionBill Jacobsen How to Get Your Students Writing Pre-recorded SessionRobin E Pawlak How to Make the Most of Story Prompts Pre-recorded SessionMarty Chan How to Use Folktales to Teach Narrative Pre-recorded SessionMarty Chan Introduction to SWI Pre-recorded SessionAmber Cahill Leveraging Feedback to Improve Student Writing Pre-recorded SessionKaren Filewych • Erin Hart Literacy and Well-being in Your Schoolyard: Fun with Words in the Outdoors Pre-recorded SessionKathy Worobec Making a Matrix Pre-recorded SessionAmber Cahill Poetry Expedition Workshop Pre-recorded SessionBrigitta Goerres - Edu-Best Educational Resources Teaching Reading Comprehension Success – Identify and Interpret Ideas and Details Skill Building Pre-recorded SessionBrigitta Goerres - Edu-Best Educational Resources Using Reader's Theatre and Choral Speech in Skill Building Pre-recorded SessionBill Jacobsen Vivid Creative Writing: A Roadmap to Crafting Original Stories Pre-recorded SessionRiley Quinn Reading Comics with a Numeracy Mindset Pre-recorded SessionDavid Lewkowich Teaching Students to Write Cool Characters, Superheroes, and Themselves Pre-recorded SessionAlexis Marie Chute Using Visual Journals in the Elementary Classroom Pre-recorded SessionCassandra Christen Writing that Stirs the Heart Pre-recorded SessionAlexis Marie Chute Year Planning in ELA by Theme Pre-recorded SessionAndi Molloy Words Matter: Word Study in Grades 4-6 Pre-recorded SessionKaren Filewych Speak Up Pre-recorded SessionMiranda Krogstad What Could Go Wrong? The Simple Question Your Students Can Build a Story Around Pre-recorded SessionRobin E Pawlak Writing 101 Pre-recorded SessionRobin E Pawlak Making Learning Visible: Photographing and Co-Creating Learning Stories Pre-recorded SessionKristy Wolfe Making Learning Visible: Student Photo Books Pre-recorded SessionKristy Wolfe The Importance of Ethics in Data Science: The Human Aspect of Computational Thinking Pre-recorded SessionVerena Roberts Using A.I. for Character Analysis in English Language Arts Pre-recorded SessionDavid Hay The Dark Side of the Force and the Problem of Evil Pre-recorded SessionDr. Gerard McLarney The Lion, the Witch, and the Teacher: The Life and Writings of C.S. Lewis Pre-recorded SessionDr. Gerard McLarney Expanding Students' Worldview with Data Science in Social Studies Pre-recorded SessionDavid Hay How to Teach Family History and Genealogy in a Grade 4-12 Classroom! Pre-recorded SessionAngela Boyes Resisting Evil: Teaching about Radical Change Pre-recorded SessionCathryn van Kessel The Canadian Arctic - What it Can Teach Us About Life and Adaptation to Change Pre-recorded SessionRobert Feagan Using Stories to Bring History To Life Pre-recorded SessionMichelle Holdway

12:30pm MST

2:00pm MST

 
Friday, February 26
 

9:00am MST

12:30pm MST

2:00pm MST