Grade 7 Teachers: Sharing Out Our Learning

 

Are you stuck finding resources and making unit plans for the grade 7 curriculum? Come to a half day workshop where we will share and collaborate to make lesson and unit plan that support Curricular Competencies, Big Ideas and Content in all curriculum areas. It’s an excellent opportunity to work with fellow grade 7 teachers and grade 6/7 teachers. Bring your favourite unit or lesson plans to share with other participants.

 

Snacks, coffee and tea will be provided. Please bring a mug.

 

 

Target Audience

7 or 6/7

To Bring/Important Notes

Participants can bring their favourite lesson or unit for grade 7 or 6/7 students. They should bring a laptop or tablet to work on units and lesson shared via Google Docs or other sharing applications. 

Sessions

10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Hillcrest Elementary School

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This workshops is held offsite at Hillcrest Elementary School - 18599 65 Avenue - Surrey, BC - - Canada

Presenter

  • Anne-Marie Middleton

     

    Anne-Marie Middleton has been teaching for 28 years in the Surrey School District, predominantly in the grade 6/7 area. Her focus on Formative Assessment has transformed her teaching and she has shared this passion with many colleagues in the Surrey School District as a presenter on Formative Assessment. Currently, Anne - Marie is a mentor with the SD36 Mentorship program and is working with a variety of teachers from grade 2 to 7. She has a Masters of Education in Priority Practise which focussed on Growth Mindset and self assessment practises.. Anne-Marie enjoys spending time with her husband, sons and dog, Kona,  especially going out tracking on Sunday mornings.

     

     

  • Nicole Hurtubise

    Nicole Hurtubise is a teacher at Hillcrest Elementary. She has been teaching in the Surrey School district for ten years, primarily in grade 6 and 7. She has a Masters of Education from Simon Fraser University in Justice, Law and Ethics in Education. Currently, Nicole is a school associate with SFU. She loves chocolate, her nephews and books - but not in that order.