BCTF PD Calendar

This list of professional development conferences is provided as a service to members. The Federation does not necessarily endorse all the conferences, nor does it accept liability for errors or omissions in any of the information provided. Individuals planning to attend a conference should contact the sponsoring organization to confirm the dates and other details of registration. Conferences sponsored by the Federation's provincial specialist associations appear in boldface type throughout the calendar.

Please note procedure statement 36.30.10: "That the BCTF's PD Calendar not publish PD events by outside agencies scheduled for the provincial PSA Day."

June 6, 2018 Events

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018
» Emotional Intelligence
Jun 06, Vancouver, BC
Participants in this workshop will learn to utilize emotional intelligence more effectively through self-assessment and skill development exercises. For more information, please visit: http://ca.achievecentre.com/workshops/emotional-intelligence-vancouver6-6/
Email: info@achievecentre.com
Call: (204) 452-0180
Toll-Free: (877) 270-9776

Information Session for Teachers as Collaborative Mentors, Innovative Educators and Transformative Leaders
Jun 06, Surrey, BC
This Graduate Diploma in Advanced Professional Studies has been developed in partnership with School District #36 (Surrey) for teachers who are interested in mentoring, leading through educational innovation and transformation and developing their pedagogical practice while engaging in sustained reflective inquiry.
Start: Fall 2018 (September)
Apply: Now
Apply by: July 6, 2018
Location: Surrey, BC
Length: Two years (6 terms)
Information Session RSVP: http://www.sfu.ca/education/gs/explore/information-sessions/gde-rsvp.html
More about this program: http://www.sfu.ca/education/gs/degreediploma/graddiplomafp/mel.html

Working with Stuck Kids
Jun 06, Halifax, NS
Not everyone grows up as they get older. The construct of psychological immaturity has been with us as an intuitive concept for ages, but only recently has developmental science advanced to a state where it can now yield effective strategies and interventions to address learning and behavioural challenges. Bestselling author of Hold On To Your Kids, Gordon Neufeld presents an integrated developmental approach to reaching troubled kids, using the constructs of attachment, vulnerability and maturation. In this workshop, Gordon takes the best that developmental science has to offer and delivers it in a usable form to the professionals who work with these children or those responsible for them.
His model has been honed from years of application in a wide range of settings: education, special behaviour programs, therapy, corrections, aboriginal communities, adoption, counseling, parenting, and the foster system. This material is applicable to children of all ages, from toddlers to teens. The insights and interventions apply to a wide range of presenting problems and syndromes including attention problems, bullying, impulsiveness, anxiety problems, learning disabilities, autism spectrum, oppositionality, drug abuse, aggression problems, boundary problems, alarming behaviour, boredom and much more.
For more information or registration: http://www.jackhirose.com/workshop/neufeld-kids-halifax-2018/