Friday, November 6, 2009

Photos from Classroom Canada's PD Workshops, November 2009

Classroom Canada held 2 professional development workshops this week for our new arrivals in London: Primary & Secondary Teaching on Wednesday night and SEN Teaching on Thursday night.

We had even more teachers arrive than we expected, and were jam-packed into the Classroom boardroom with at least 27 teachers and teaching assistants at each event.  Outstanding!

The feedback from our workshop leader, Sophie Walker, is that this group is the most dedicated, loyal, flexible, adaptable and "switched on"  that she's ever seen.  Sophie's been doing these workshops for years, with teachers from around the world, so this is really BIG. 

Every day I hear positive feedback from my colleagues about the Canadian teachers and TA's in our London schools.  Well done everyone!

Tonight we have the Classroom Canada Scavenger Hunt, our most popular social event with silliness, drinks and laughter starting at the Maple Leaf Pub in Covent Garden. I'm excited!

To become part of the Classroom Canada team, sign up for our newsletters & apply through our website. Be sure to read the Guide to Teaching in London: A Survival Guide for Canadians to help you understand everything you need to know about teaching in London.




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