My Guide Inside: Knowing Myself and Understanding My World
Comprehensive Curriculum at Primary, Intermediate and Secondary Levels. Designed to bring out the best in all students. Focus on Core Competencies and suitable for Career Ed, Language Arts, Health and BAA Courses. (Intermediate available in French and Spanish also.)http://myguideinside.com
Body Mechanics for Kids: Middle School On-line Program - Module #1: “Introduction to the Body and How it Moves”
Social Studies, Science and Physcial Education:
Optimal Neutral Alignment, posture, and what looks and feels like at rest, in motion and while loading the body with various forces.
Mind/Body awareness that creates balanced and supported movement.
Movement Preparation that improves the health and performance of your actions.
Useful terms used by fitness and health practitioners that kids should know.
We will be presenting a small overview of our Orca Education Program that we have already presented to three schools this year. We will also have hats , tee-shirts, jewelry, coffe cups, travell mugs and reuseable shooping bags with pictures of Orcas and events we have partivipated in tha last couple of years.
Did you know you can post events, articles, artwork, book and movie reviews and share what's going on in your classroom or group with a community that includes over 170 non-profits with an emphasis on a one planet approach to lighter living?http://www.creativelyunited.org
Come on by the CUEBC table to learn about CUEBC, our conferences and special projects. We are pleased to be hosting the CUEBC Tech for Learning Conference next November at Oak Bay High as well as our 2020 CUEBC conference in the Lower Mainland.https://cuebc.ca
Kids Code Jeunesse is a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping kids learn how to code by supporting teachers, educators, parents and volunteers. We deliver coding workshops in classrooms as well as full day teacher trainings and after school Code Clubs. All of these programs are fully funded by the Canadian government meaning there is no cost to the school.
We deliver workshops in micro:bits, articifical intelligence and digital citizenship. Each school that signs up will receive a class set of micro:bits after the workshop to continue their coding education.https://kidscodejeunesse.org/
We teach classes in the local school districts on how to make your own beeswax wraps. We use local Saanich beeswax and purchase our pine resin and organic jojoba oil from Canadian suppliers. We also offer a fundraising program with local school groups that sell our pre-made wraps. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about making their own wraps, having us in to their classroom to teach this activity, or to purchase our ready made kits and wraps. I am a certified teacher in SD62 and work in Aboriginal Education.http://lifeisabanquet.ca
Stop by our table and learn about the opportunities for training directly with Behaviour Analysts, Occupational Therapists, and Speech and Language Pathologists. Small group and 1:1 training available.http://www.mylittlesteps.net
Mind Growth Education offers an interactive and fun reading log/incentive program, through one of three annual membership options. Currently, we are offering our first exciting program entitled “Read Across Canada” where a student records the number of minutes they’ve read at home or in their classroom on a daily basis by signing into their Mind Growth Education account. The program automatically converts the student’s minutes into kilometres and advances the student on their adventure across Canada, through various towns and cities to form a route that spans from Victoria, BC to through every province in the lower part of Canada, and back again, through the higher part of Canada, which ends in Whitehorse, Yukon. Every time a student arrives at one of the major points, a little blurb pops up with educational facts about that city or town. We also offer many useful and relatable educational resources for purchase on our website. We are wanting to offer four programs in the near future: “Read Across the World”, “Read Across the United States”, “Read Across the Solar System” and “Read Across Canada - Indigenous version”. We also offer a "Read-A-Thon" fundraiser program for schools!https://mindgrowtheducation.com
Munro's will have a host of picture books, novels and nonfiction to suit classrooms and libraries, K-12, including bins of curriculum-linked titles, Indigenous resources, and French titles. Conference participants will also enjoy 20% off all items as Munro's Books extends its special school account discount to all Tapestry purchases!https://munrobooks.com/?q=p.teachers___scho
Nelson is Canada's leading educational publisher providing innovative products and solutions for learners of all ages. Nelson values and respects the lifelong learning continuum and dedicates its business efforts to the diverse learning needs of students and educators alike. Whether it's digital or a traditional solution, we have what you are looking for. Stop by our booth to experience our teaching and learning resources!http://www.nelson.com
Come find out how the Environmental Education PSA ---EEPSA can support you in your teaching practice and learn about our new local chapter in our region --hosting events, meetings and trainings (like workshops today)!
French Books suitable for Library and Class from K-12http://www.savoirbooks.com
We carry educational materials, games, arts and craft supplies and toys. Our children’s book department has one of the best and largest selections in both English and French on the island. We also carry classroom decorations including bulletin board sets, trims, posters and charts.
To help your children with their education, we carry a large selection of workbooks in different subjects and grade levels.
Participants will get the chance to learn about how to incorporate marine biology and ocean environmental education into their classrooms in easy, hands-on, and placed based activities and methods. A display of local marine invertebrates from the shores of the Salish Sea will allow an opportunity for educators to get up close and personal with some of the best educators - animal ambassadors! Educational programs available for booking will also be described and an opportunity to sign up for our monthly informational newsletter will be provided.https://seaquaria.org/
Stop by our table and learn about the various climate action teams in your community and what they are doing. There will also be information on how to start your own climate action team. For anyone interested in joining their local team there will be sign up sheets.
Together we can demonstrate how you can move the dial on climate action and get the municipal councils taking real and accelerated actions.
The Royal Canadian Legion is a non-profit organization with the mission of serving veterans, including serving military and RCMP members and their families, to promote Remembrance, and to serve our communities and our country. Every September, you local branch connects with schools to promote our annual poster and literary contest to promote remembrance and honour those who have put their lives in danger for what we enjoy today. Cash prizes are issued at each level of judging. As an educator, you may also be interested in our youth track and field sponorship, scholarships/burasaries and what the Legion does to with poppy donations.https://www.legionbcyukon.ca
We carry 60,000 Educational items from K-12 covering Art, Math, Science, Early Learning, Special Education, Literacy, Phys-Ed and Robotics curriculum.https://spectrum-nasco.ca/
The wide range of exceptional nature education opportunities available at Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary, from directed programs to self-guided visits.https://www.swanlake.bc.ca/
Books! Usborne books focuses on learning through fun!http://www.usborneonline.ca/alyssas_bookshelf/
Educators will learn about the teacher professional development opportunnities offered through UVic Continuing Studies and the Faculty of Educationhttps://continuingstudies.uvic.ca/education-learning-and-development/topics/teacher-professional-development
Victoria Grandmothers for Africa raise awareness for the Stephen Lewis Foundation's Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, supporting African grandmothers raising their AIDS-orphaned grandchildren. As part of this mandate, they offer engaging (and free) workshops: on paper bead making to primary and middle school students, and on social justice and table banking to middle and secondary school students. Drop by to chat about/with this group of amazing Victoria women who are making a difference in the world, possibly with your help!http://www.victoriagrandmothersforafrica.ca/
Hear from youth on why they want to lower the voting age to 16 in British Columbia and sign our petition! Learn the facts about youth engagement in politics and find out about how youth are building a movement to become enfranchised.http://www.LetYouthVote.ca
one table, two chairshttp://witsprogram.ca