The Lakehead OT Local is hosting the ETFO workshop; Classroom Management that Works for the OT. The workshop provides an opportunity to access effective classroom management strategies based on the ETFO resource I am the Teacher: Effective Classroom Management for the Occasional Teacher. Teachers receive practical classroom-tested strategies as well as networking opportunities with other occasional teachers. The goals of the series are to:
Assist in the development of predictable classroom routines;
Determine how to empower students through self-discipline and responsibility;
Explore effective classroom management strategies; and
Review the correlation between instructional practice and classroom management.
Participants will engage in dynamic workshop training that will highlight the strategies introduced in the book in relation to their practice. Each participant will receive a copy of the resource: I am the Teacher: Effective Classroom Management for the Occasional Teacher ($10 value).
Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Time: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Location: Victoria Park Training Centre
125. S. Lillie St. (next to the Board Office, entrance off the parking lot)
Presenter: Sue Continelli
The workshop is limited to 30 participants. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, December 21.
The meeting will be held on
4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
965 Cobalt Cres.,
with dinner following the meeting.
We will be celebrating the ETFO 20th Anniversary at the meeting.
Please RSVP Nancy Calonego by October 26th if you plan to attend: email@example.com
The June newsletter is available. Read it HERE
Lakehead Elementary Occasional Teachers’ Local
invites you to our year-end social.
When: Tuesday, June 19th
Drop-in: Anytime between 4:30 – 7:30
Where: Sleeping Giant Brewery Taproom
712 Macdonell St (Behind Pinewood Ford)
Join us for drinks and appetizers!
Please RSVP Kristen if you are planning to attend the social.
A workshop has been planned for OTs to learn more about student mental health in the classroom as well as their own mental well-being. OT assignments can be very challenging, particularly when constantly working with a variety of students in different school environments. Dr. David Tranter, a professor at Lakehead University and Mental Health Lead for Lakehead Public Schools, will be the presenter. He has co-authored the book, The Third Path, with Lori Carson and Tom Boland, a relationship-based approach to teaching. This will be a very informative workshop. Three copies of the Third Path will be given away as door prizes. Dinner will be available.
Presenter: Dr. David Tranter
Date: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Time: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Place: LETO Office, #5-1112 Russell St
To Register: email Kristen as soon as possible
Please notify her of any food allergies.