May-In-Lieu Opportunities: click here for the list!
Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows, Blended
This Graduate Diploma in Advanced Professional
Studies in Education (GDE) provides educators the
opportunity to deepen their pedagogical understanding
of identity, belonging, social justice and equity while
engaging in sustained reflective inquiry.
Register by November 7th, 2022.
Also offered by SFU – Register by November 7th, 2022.
Graduate Diploma in Education: Indigenous Education
Nelson Professional Learning Opportunities: See links below for more detailed information regarding live sessions.
See Us, Learn Us: Teaching About the Black Canadian Experience(on demand access until December 31, 2022
Link to register: https://bcadults.mindup.org/
Link to register: https://bceducators.mindup.org/
Both courses are Free, can count toward May-in-lieu, and are approximately 90 minutes long.
The Science of Reading Short Course is comprised of five, self-paced modules that can be completed in approximately ten hours. Each module has clearly stated objectives, explicitly written background information, useful video demonstrations, numerous graphic illustrations, and a variety of downloadable resources and links. Based on adult learning theory, each module includes activities to reinforce concepts, intermittent feedback through the use of checks for understanding, and a final knowledge check to support mastery of concepts. The modules are based on more than forty years of research, including several foundational conceptual modules that explain how reading works:
- How Students Learn to Read: An Introduction to the Science of Reading
- Structured Literacy
- Word Recognition: An Encounter with Phonics
- The Language Comprehension Domain
- The Reading Comprehension Domain
Cost is $100.00 (US dollars)
Historical, Systemic and Intersectional Anti-racism: From Awareness to Action
Indigenous Canada (offered by the University of Alberta):
“Indigenous Canada is a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) from the Faculty of Native Studies that explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada.
From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations.
Indigenous Canada is for students from faculties outside the Faculty of Native Studies with an interest in acquiring a basic familiarity with Indigenous/non-Indigenous relationships.
Accessible Any Time:
Pre-recorded Webinar Dr. Angela Nardozi and guests (May 2020)
What do Decolonization and Indigenization look like in the classroom?
Focused Education Resources (formerly ERAC) Webinars: K-12
Hosted by the Professional Learning Team, the Webinar Series for Educators guides you through a variety of the resources offered in the BC Digital Classroom.
Click here for archived webinars (scroll down to the bottom of the page)
All About Me (K-6) and Education Planner (7-12) Webinars:
Click here to select the type of webinar you are interested in and the available dates. (Some of these webinars are available in French and English.)
Other forms of support available: (Click on the image below to go to the support page.)
Click here for Provincial Outreach Online Learning Opportunities
Taking Making Into the Classroom Free Online Pro-d Course: (3 hour, 5 hour and 8 hour options available.)
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