2019 MFIS Educators' Conference

DIGITAL LANDSCAPE - CULTIVATING LEARNING

Date: Monday, April 8, 2019
Time: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre (1808 Wellington Ave.)
Cost: $100/person (includes hot buffet lunch)

Featuring Keynote Presenter Darren Kuropatwa (a teacher and teacher educator, with a unique skill set – an in-depth knowledge of pedagogy, leading-edge technology skills, and boundless creativity, making him a strong change agent in 21st-century education) with the exciting opening topic - Tales of Learning and the Gifts of Footprints.

Closing Keynote – Joel Semeniuk (founder and CEO of HORIZONthree; an international thinktank focused on innovation and human sustainability) speaking on Preparing for the Future of Work, Today.

There will be a variety of breakout sessions both in the morning and the afternoon.
Space is limited in all of the sessions so register early.
We will try to accommodate your choice in order of your ranking.

Important Note:
When registering please indicate your ranking for the breakout session you wish to attend.

Name of School *
Participants First and Last Name *
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Participants Email Address *
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The Morning breakout session I would like to attend is : Rank your choice of Sessions *
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Creating a Collaborative Classroom with Blackboard Learn - McGee & Frederickson
Digital Ethics or the End of Age of Legends - Kuropatwa
Everyone Can Code - Apple Canada - Patel
Google Tools for Learning - Taylor
Inquiry-Based STEAM Projects from the Manitoba Association of Physics Teachers - Striemer
Literacy with ICT Across the Curriculum - Prokopanko & Robb
Supercharging Pedagogical Practice of Assessment for Learning - Brewer
The Afternoon session I would like to attend is : Rank your choice of Sessions *
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Five Secret Ways to Immunize Your Students Against Fake News, Alternative Facts, and Click and Bait! - Prokopanko & Robb
Innovation in Schools - Apple Canada - Patel
Integration of Technology in French: Communication Culture, Grades 4-8 - Hallet, Strauss, Bonin
Moving Toward, a Multimodal Literacy Environment - Bartok
STEAM - Rethink on what technology is - Goel
Taking Ownership of Your Professional Growth and Curating Your Resources - Taylor
The King's School's Transformation to Google Education and use of Chrome Books - Newediuk
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