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    Introduction BCT Project November19th Introduction BCT Project November19th Presentation Transcript

    • Building Community through Telecollaboration Project Second Face-to-face Meeting Palais des Congrès, Montreal, Quebec November 19, 2009
    • The Learn-Cefrio BCT Project Building Community through Telecollaboration
      • For the past two years, with the support of MELS, LEARN and CEFRIO, the BCT Leadership Team has been working with teachers and educational leaders in Quebec schools
      • The purpose of the BCT Project is
      • “ to encourage, facilitate and support collaboration among students, teachers and educational leaders to enhance learning across the community”
    • Major Goals of the BCT Project
      • The major goals of the BCT Project are to:
      • build an online community of practice to support collaboration across Quebec
      • facilitate the just-in-time learning of ICT tools and eventually include students in collaborative projects
      • encourage professional conversations amongst teachers and educational leaders within the BCT Community of Practice
    • The BCT Community of Practice
      • 45 teachers from 16 schools across Quebec
      • 18 Principals and Vice-principals support the project
      • The BCT Leadership Teams consists of:
      • Cycle One Leaders: Donna Anderson and Dorothy Taker
      • Cycle Two Leader: Mary-Helen Goyetche
      • Cycle Three Leader: Karen Rye
      • Consultants: Drs. Alain Breuleux, Gyeong Mi Heo and Ted Wall
    • Follow up on the Needs Assessment of BCT Teachers and Administrators
      • The following suggestions were made:
      • Increase the Focus on Classroom Activities
      • Improve the Face-to-Face Meetings
      • Facilitate Collaborative Knowledge Building and the Sharing of Teacher Knowledge
      • Provide Information on the Collaborative Use of Smart Boards
    • Agenda - Morning
      • 8:30 Welcome - Time to Meet and Greet
      • 9:00 Introductions and Cycle Network Updates
      • 9:30 Review and Reflections on Use of Sakai in
      • Developing the BCT Community of Practice
      • 10:00 Presentation on Developing Collaborative
      • Projects
      • 10:30 Cycle Team Planning
      • 12:00 Lunch - Palais Restaurants
    • Agenda - Afternoon
      • 1:00 Continuation of Developing Collaborative
      • Projects in Cycle Teams
      • 1:30 Demonstration of Collaborative Use of Smart
      • Boards by Cycle Team Members
      • 2:15 Cycle Group Discussions of Smart Board
      • 2:45 Updating the Yellow Pages Directory with the
      • Use of Sakai
      • 3:05 Dealing with Live Classroom Technical Issues
      • 3:25 Wrap Up and Next Steps
    • Special Thanks
      • We would like to thank the following people for their ongoing help and support of the BCT Project:
      • Bev White – Learn Quebec
      • Mike Canuel – Learn Quebec
      • Vincent Tanguay – CEFRIO