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Tami 2012

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Tami 2012

  1. 1. Summary of Qualifications 1 With over 20 years in education my top 5 Leadership Characteristics are: • Communicating Effectively • Getting Organized • Managing Work Processes • Making Complex Decisions • Creating the New and Different Tami BelhadjApril 2012
  2. 2. Education 2 M.Ed. 2008-2010 Ph.D. 1986-1989 B. Arch. 1980-1985April 2012
  3. 3. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 3  CAD Manager  Teaching Faculty  Undergraduate  Postgraduate  Research Faculty  C.R.F.P.  Program Coordinator  Vocational Education  Pedagogical Advisor  Continuing EducationApril 2012
  4. 4. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (continued) 4  Instructional Design Consultant  Educational Technologies Consultant  ePortfolio Consultant  Corporate Trainer  Mentor and AdvisorApril 2012
  5. 5. CREDENTIALS AND QUALIFICATIONS 5 Québec Ministry of Education Training Permit ( Brevet No BR349203 issued by the MELS in 2003 ) Emploi Québec (Canada) Certified Instructor ( Licence No 0037836 since 2001 )April 2012
  6. 6. Social Networks 6April 2012
  7. 7. Vision Statement 7 The world of tomorrow needs a well-educated, well-equipped and adaptable work force. Learning enables people to play a full part in their community. It should help everyone to acquire new skills and qualifications needed for employment and advancement. Learning should help businesses to be more successful by adding value and provide the tools to manage industrial and technological change. Formal education should encourage adults to enter and re-enter learning at every point of their lives as parents, as workers and as citizens. As we enter the paradigm shift from Knowledge age to Learning age, educational institutions are under pressure to adjust. Jobs are changing and with them the skills needed to perform in a competitive world. The imperative of the new millennium is for educational institutions to teach individuals how to learn.April 2012
  8. 8. Vision Statement 8 In our rapidly changing, high technology world, skills and knowledge are perishable commodities. The ability to learn, unlearn and relearn is what education institutions have to prepare the men and women that will make the work force for the tomorrow.April 2012
  9. 9. Vision Statement 9 The school of the future will provide training and support the acquisition of academic skills (literacy, numeracy, critical thinking, logic, problem solving), and provide specialized knowledge for various fields. Most importantly, it will have to make learning convenient and fun.April 2012
  10. 10. Vision Statement 10 In the immediate future the instructor will help building a learning path. A sequence of activities timely structured allowing the learners to acquire competencies. The learners will progress along that path at their own pace. Technology is going to play a major role in the monitoring and tracking of the progress made by learner. Teaching will be about content production, follow-up, communication, knowledge sharing and assessment. Information technology will provide convenient learning delivery. It is already happening else where in the world, and in my opinion this is the way forward.April 2012
  11. 11. Scientific Productions 11Conferences/Publications "Building a bridge between vocational and technical education", presentation given at the Québec Provincial Association of Teachers (QPAT) Convention, Montréal (Qc), Canada (2011) "Bridging vocational and technical education: A tandem experience between a school board and a college", presented at the AQPC Symposium, Sherbrooke (Qc), Canada (2010) "Strengthening professional identity using a digital portfolio: a framework for vocational education", presented at the PROCEDE Conference, Brossard (Qc), Canada (2009) "ePortfolio in Vocational Education", presented at Partnerships & Quality Practice: Recognition of Acquired Competencies (RAC) English School Boards of Québec Symposium 2008, Laval (Qc), Canada (2008) "Mapping skills with an ePortfolio in Vocational Education", presented at the ePortfolio & Digital Identity conference, Concordia University, Montréal (Qc), Canada (2008) "ePortfolio : a Map for a Learning path", presentation given at the Québec Provincial Association of Teachers (QPAT) Convention, Montréal (Qc), Canada (2006) "Collaborative Drafting on the WEB", presentation given at the Provincial Committee of RÉCIT in Vocational Training, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Qc), Canada (2002)April 2012
  12. 12. Global Education 12April 2012

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