Winter Workshop 2014

By , October 15, 2014 7:52 pm

Manitoba Association of Multi-age Educators  is proud to present the following multi-age workshops:

Tuesday, November 18, 2014                                            


Victor Wyatt School – 485 Meadowood Drive, St. Vital

Please select one of the following two workshops:

SESSION 1: Differentiated Literacy Lynn White, Student Services Teacher, Louis Riel School Division. This session will focus on strategies and activities to implement a differentiated literacy program in your early year’s classrooms. Using the Beverly Tyner model for small group reading instruction participants, will explore the stages from Beginning to Fluent readers and corresponding activities for word study and writing. Join Lynn for this interactive session and leave motivated to implement engaging literacy activities.


SESSION 2: Using iPads in the Early Years to Enhance Literacy and Math Skills and Student Engagement Kathy Klenk, Ange Neufeld and Julie Van Caeyzeele, Teachers, Louis Riel School Division. Grade 1/2 teachers from H.S. Paul will share their experiences with using iPads in their classrooms. They will share ideas that use both content-based apps for developing literacy and math skills as well as project-based learning apps that develop creativity and problem solving. Project ideas will be discussed which use apps such as QRafter, Book Creator, Draw and Tell, Popplet and Aurasma. Participants are encouraged to bring their iPads with them to have an opportunity to try some of these apps and project ideas out throughout the session. They may wish to download the above-mentioned apps prior to attending the session.

Multi-age Workshop Fees

MAME Member- $20.00 (Those who registered for a MAME session for Sage)

Non-member – $35.00 (Includes membership)

Registration Deadline: November 11. Spaces are limited.                                          

Pizza and beverages provided.

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