Teaching Tenaciously: A Webinar Series to Support Educators as They Navigate Through Times of Uncertainty and Change

The Ministry of Education will be launching a webinar series to support teachers across the province amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Subject matter experts will present on a range of topics relevant to teachers' interests and concerns for changing teaching and learning environments. The webinars will take place over fall within the first week of September, October and November.

Student Centered Assessment to Support Inquiry Based Learning

Date: October 8th, 3:30 pm

Second in the series is Student Centered Assessment to Support Inquiry Based Learning launching on October 8th at 3:30 pm. This webinar will provide practical strategies regarding student-focused assessment practices within both primary and high school environments. Information on the panelists for this upcoming session are below:

  • Trevor MacKenzie is an experienced teacher, author, keynote speaker and inquiry consultant who has worked in schools throughout Australia, Asia, North America, South Africa and Europe. He has two publications: Dive into Inquiry and Inquiry Mindset, both published by Elevate Books Edu.
  • Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt is the co-author of Inquiry Mindset with Trevor MacKenzie. She is passionate about finding ways to invite questions and build off learners’ curiosities and wonders. Through an inquiry-based approach, Rebecca empowers learners to explore, research and share their passions in innovative ways.

More information regarding all webinars will be released closer to their launch dates.

The webinars will be hosted on Open School BC's Open Course Resources. Registration is required to gain access to the live webinars and their recorded versions. If you are interested in viewing the full recording of the previous webinar Building Compassionate Communities in a New Normal, you may access the video in OSBC’s Open Course Resources.

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