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Margot Filipenko. EDUC 316 TEO Orientation 2010. Bruce Seney. Shape of the Day. Morning (11:00 a.m. – 12 Noon) E-folio workshop (Maryam Moayeri) LUNCH Afternoon 1:00 – 1:15 Sue Wood 1:15 – 1:45 E-folio update (Anne and Maryam) 1:45 – 2:30 So what does the first day with the

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Educ 316 teo orientation 2010

Margot Filipenko

EDUC 316TEO Orientation 2010

Bruce Seney


Shape of the day

Shape of the Day

Morning (11:00 a.m. – 12 Noon)

  • E-folio workshop (Maryam Moayeri)

  • LUNCH

    Afternoon

    1:00 – 1:15 Sue Wood

    1:15 – 1:45 E-folio update (Anne and Maryam)

    1:45 – 2:30 So what does the first day with the

    teacher candidates look like?

    2:30 – 3:00 Conflict resolution resources


E folio workshop 11 00 12 00 noon

E-Folio Workshop11:00 – 12:00 Noon


Educ 316 teo orientation 2010

LUNCH


Sue wood laptop caf 1 00 1 15 p m

Sue Wood: Laptop Café1:00 – 1:15 p.m.


E folio update anne scholefield 1 15 1 45

E-Folio update:Anne Scholefield1:15 – 1:45


Educ 316 teo orientation 2010

So what does the first day with teacher-candidates look like?

  • brief biography of instructor

  • information cards

  • ice breaker - middle name exercise

  • course outline

  • purpose of the course

  • requirements of the course

  • course atmosphere (trust) [“sandwich feedback”]

  • e-portfolio and BCCT Standards


Who is bruce everett seney

Who is Bruce Everett Seney?

Vancouver born and raised

Graduate of UBC

Taught for 34 years

Coached sports and sponsored clubs

Husband, proud father and grandfather

Has a passion for the craft of teaching

Enjoys working with Teacher Candidates

EDUC weblog


Information cards

Information Cards

Full Name [underline your preferred name]

Contact phone number [for emergencies only]

UBC email address

Best email address

Hometown

High school that you graduated from

Most recent degree and University

Education specialty(ies) [e.g. English, Math, Physical Education, Social Studies, EAL or Modern Language]

Primary/Intermediate/Middle/Secondary?

Teaching experience


Ice breaker so what about everett and jessica

Ice breaker:So what about Everett and Jessica?


Educ 316 teo orientation 2010

Margot’s name

Margot(Greek) pearl.

Jessica(Hebrew) He sees. After my grandmother Edith Jessica Williams

Ewen, derives from the Celtic personal name Eoghann meaningyouth.


Tradition of middle names

My names

Margot

Jessica

(Ewen) Filipenko

Husband’s names

James

Douglas

Filipenko

(uses Doug)

Children’s names

Geoffrey Ewen

Matthew Douglas

Sam James

Tradition of Middle Names


Bruce s name

Bruce’s name

  • Bruce, a Norman French name, originally referred to ‘woodlands’

  • A popular baronial and place name in Scotland (‘Robert the Bruce’)

  • Popular in 1950s and 1960s

  • Everett, an Old English name, derived from ‘strong as a wild boar’

  • All of the first-born grandsons of George Everett Seney (nine of them) were given the middle name of Everett


Activity

Activity

Share your naming story with 2 other people.


So what does the first day with teacher candidates look like

So what does the first day with Teacher Candidates look like?

  • Session lasts for 1.5 hours

  • The past focus has been orientation and get-to-know-each-other activities

  • Because of the reduced instructional hours for EDUC 316C, it is suggested that the session be an introduction to the Communications course followed by a very brief overview of EDUC 311


Educ 316c course outline

EDUC 316C Course Outline

course outline and reading package

purpose of the course

Professionalism

requirements of the course: “ISS” & memory stick & laptop

Assignments, activities and readings


Educ 316c course expectations

EDUC 316C Course expectations

proposed schedule

attendance and participation

e-coaches: submit blue form (both sides) to instructor who will forward the form(s) to John Yamamoto; applicants will be hired and trained by September 30th.

course atmosphere (trust)

sandwich feedback (oht)


E portfolio bcct standards

E-Portfolio & BCCT Standards

What is the E-Portfolio? What are the BCCT Standards?

We will be discussing the e-portfolio in detail as one of the agenda items during our EDUC 316C class next week.

bring an “artifact” to Tuesday’s session (Sept. 14th)

WordPress blog will be full of artifacts and reflective writings (written in a professional style, not a personal style).

e-coaches: submit blue form (both sides) to instructor who will forward the form(s) to John Yamamoto; applicants will be hired and trained by September 30th.


The 4 b s of a teacher candidate

The 4 B’s of aTeacher Candidate

Becoming a teacher involves:

Being true to yourself,

Building real relationships, and

Belonging to an educational community.

Paula Rusnak


Conflict resolution resources 2 30 3 00 p m

Conflict resolution resources2:30 – 3:00 p.m.


Conflict resolution activities

Conflict Resolution activities

  • Classroom Management Profile (doc)

  • Scenarios for Helping Triads (doc)

  • Situational Communications Role Taking Exercise (role cards)


Brainstorming exercise think pair share

Brainstorming ExerciseThink, Pair, Share

  • Use a think, pair, share strategy to brainstorm examples of other ‘Conflict Resolution’ activities that have been useful in the past

  • Choose one activity to share with the large group


Conflict resolution readings and resources

Conflict Resolution readings and resources

  • Communication Breakdown (pdf)

  • Dealing with Confrontations (doc)

  • Entre Les Murs [The Class] (doc)

  • Preserving Your Teacher Identity (doc)

  • Blurring the Boundaries (pdf)

  • Standards in Practice (pdf)

  • BCTF New Teacher Handbook (pdf)


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