Registration for the "Bill 21 and Teaching in Quebec" workshop (Feb 4, 2020)
Please complete the details below to confirm your registration for the upcoming workshop on February 4, 2020 from 4:00-5:30 pm, at EDUC 233, 3700 rue McTavish.
Your responses will help us adapt the workshop to your interests and needs. The full workshop will be based on the majority interests and needs of all the workshop participants.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. W. Y. Alice Chan, Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Centre for Civic Religious Literacy (CCRL) at:
**The workshop capacity is 25 people. If you are unable to attend, please email Alice so that those on the waiting list can attend in your place.
1. What is your first and last name? (This will be the name noted on the certification at the end of the workshop.)
2. What is your McGill email address? (We will use this to confirm the workshop details with you.)
3. What is your current year of study at McGill?
4. What type of school setting do you hope to teach in, in the near future?
Outside of traditional school settings
5. Do you hope to teach in Quebec or elsewhere in the near future? Select all that apply.
Quebec - in Montreal specifically
Quebec - outside of Montreal
Other parts of Canada
6. What is your main teaching subject(s)?
7. What questions do you have about teaching in a Bill 21 school environment? (Your response will remain confidential and will not be shared in the workshop discussions.)
8. Apart from your response in question #7, is there a specific reason you want to attend this workshop?
9. Which of the following topics do you want us to discuss during the workshop? Select all that apply. Your vote will inform how we structure our workshop.
Understanding the legal and policy implications of Bill 21, and how a teacher should respond to them.
Understanding how to balance your own thoughts about Bill 21 with those of others.
Understanding how to have civic dialogue about Bill 21 in the classroom.
Understanding how to have civic dialogue about Bill 21 with other teachers and colleagues during your stage.
Understanding religious bullying and how it relates to Bill 21.
Understanding how to discuss religious, spiritual, and non-religious beliefs and communities in a professional and academic way.
10. Additional comments:
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