The Continuous Professional Development Program equips participants with tools to learn about research methodology, how to collect, analyse and use data in decision making as a way to improve current practices to affect positive changes in the teaching and learning processes.
The skills enhanced during this program prepare participants to conduct action based research and further develop their critical thinking skills.
A two-day interactive workshop on Mentoring that will help create a positive working environment, build confidence, empower your mentee to set and achieve goals and most importantly give you a sense of achievement in knowing that you have made a difference in somebody's life.
So, come, join us and together, let's take a leap of faith and make the magic of Mentoring work!
The workshop consists of six modules which cover different aspects of functional grammar, public speaking, active listening, written expression, common errors, vocabulary building as well as email etiquette.
There will be fun, activities, music and laughter all the way for the willing learner!
In this session let's look at the mathematics we think we know, play with it, push it, and take it whole new directions! Module Details: Powerful Number Pictures, Fractions and non-fractions, Exponents and roots, The surprising geometry of angles, Powerful Pythagoras ... and more!
This workshop plays with topics like directed numbers and number sense; properties of place-value and connections to polynomial work; beliefs of equality; solving equations and simultaneous equations; role of area throughout algebra; exponents and roots; fractions, decimals, and the construction of irrational numbers, deep consequences of the Pythagorean theorem, elements of geometry and more! It will help teachers understand how to keep mathematics true and genuine and to ultimately show how mathematics can beautifully shine for itself.
This one day workshop covers the power of area throughout the curriculum; quadratics: their algebra and their graphing, polynomials, exponents and logarithms, the story of trigonometry, complex numbers, etc. The participants will understand how to bring the joy and wonder of this material into the classrooms.
The workshop aims to help its participants understand the nuances associated with learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, NVLD (Non Verbal Learning Disability) and ADHD. Along with an overview of each type of disability, the workshop will also provide effective and relevant strategies.