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COTA Keynote Speaker Links

Sep 03, 2020 jjamison

If you missed Dr. Deborah MacNamara's keynote or want to revist it, here is the link  https://youtu.be/AddQFoXyBVE Here is a link to Dr. Hayley Watson's Keynote address https://youtu.be/6EV2FRoxdLA

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The Conversation

Sep 02, 2020 jjamison
The Conversation

  View in browser   CA Edition | 31 August 2020 Academic rigour, journalistic flair       After the horrific Aug. 6 explosion in Beirut, millions of dollars in money and aid poured in from around the world. Foreign government, non-governmental organizations, rescue workers and local and international volunteers…

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Connecting With Families when it's more important than ever - Webinar - Thursday, September 3rd

Sep 02, 2020 jjamison
Connecting With Families when it's more important than ever - Webinar - Thursday, September 3rd

View this email in your browser.     School-family partnerships have never been more important than they are now. Whether students are learning at home, in person, or in a remote model this year, parents and caregivers will play a big role…

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Learn - The Newsletter of BC Education

Sep 02, 2020 jjamison
Learn - The Newsletter of BC Education

Shouting Whales Offers Fun Lesson Plans for Grades 6 to 8 Looking for a fun way to bring ocean science into your classroom? Shouting Whales is a great new resource that allows teachers to "plug in and play" an introductory inquiry unit in marine science, specifically in the fields of marine biology and acoustics.Developed jointly by Ocean Networks Canada and Open School BC for students in grades 6…

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UBC Faculty of Education September Newsletter

Sep 02, 2020 jjamison
UBC Faculty of Education September Newsletter

September 2020 | PDCE Newsletter | UBC Faculty of Education   The new school year ahead With schools set to open in BC on September 10, teachers are no doubt left with many questions about how exactly things will work for them and their students. Teachers have done so much work to adapt…

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