The18th Annual Free Learning & the Brain Conference Inclusion: All means All
The Richmond School District and the Richmond District Parents Association,
In collaboration with the City of Richmond and S.U.C.C.E.S.S. present:
The18th Annual Free
Learning & the Brain Conference
Inclusion: All means All
On Saturday, April 1st, 2017 join us for a free morning conference where we invite you to come celebrate Richmond’s diversity by uncovering what inclusion means in our schools with our Keynote speaker: Shelley Moore. Shelley is a PhD student, a Richmond teacher and a consultant working with schools to support the learning and success for all students. Her work explores the benefits of learning in diverse contexts and embraces the strengths that every student can bring to their classroom community. Shelley is also the author of the recently published book, One Without the Other: Stories of unity through diversity and inclusion.
After Shelley's keynote, you are invited to attend one of our informative break-out sessions where educators and community leaders will help you better understand the children and youth in our lives and how we can best support them.
For more information and registration,
1) Go to the Registration Website http://latb.sd38.bc.ca
2) Drop registration off at the Richmond School Board 7811 Granville Avenue, 3rd floor
3) Drop registration off at your Catchment Elementary School - Office
Registration Timeline: February 9, 2017 - noon on March 31, 2017
Saturday, April 1, 2017
MacNeill Secondary School,
8:15 Exhibits Open
8:30 Welcome and Overview
8:45 Keynote with Shelley Moore
11:45 Conference Ends
For full conference details please go to our website http://latb.sd38.bc.ca where you will find the complete details on these workshops:
• Coding in the Classroom: Why all the fuss and what's going on in Richmond classrooms
• DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP: Strategies for home & how to keep your kids safe online.
• How Mindfulness helps our Anxious Children
• Reading at Home with Joy and Meaning
• Rethinking Prevention: What Adults Need to Know and What You Can Do to Help Your Kids
• Sense of Place: Connecting our Richmond student learning with local First Peoples
• Social and Emotional Changes: How to get along well with my teens? 社交與情緒的轉變：如何與我的子女健康快樂地度過青春期？
• Supporting Your Child in the French Immersion Program (even if you don’t speak French!)
• Supporting Your Child’s Mathematical Thinking
• The Importance of Career Awareness, Exploration and Experience in K-12 Classrooms: An Overview of the Re-Designed Career Education
•The New Curriculum and Your ELL Child
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, April 1st for a full morning of learning.