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Wednesday, February 3 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Disrupting School Culture

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Do you wish you could be “that school”? The school that has enabled its faculty to take risks, motivated them to embrace change and truly encouraged them to share? The school that has moved well beyond the traditional classroom model, using technology in purposeful and rich ways? Do you long to personalize your program to cater to a broad scope of learners and tap into each child’s unique needs?

At Holy Trinity, we believe we are on the right trajectory to a place where the mindset is that of an innovator. We will share a number of our best practices, including our ground-breaking faculty growth model and our strategies for ongoing professional development. Our leadership model is one that bridges a deep collaboration between academic leaders and our technological leaders . As a learning institution, we are all learners, foster a flexible and agile mindset, a portfolio that celebrates and honours the teacher’s learning and their students, and we intentionally work towards breaking down the silos that are remnants of an outdated model of schools. There are three key pillars to our workshop: Visionary Leadership, Innovative Teaching and Learning and Ongoing Professional Development. Together these pillars support our work in building a strong future for our school that is not only relevant today, but meaningful and purposeful well into the future.

Speakers
avatar for Helen Pereira-Raso

Helen Pereira-Raso

Deputy Head, Holy Trinity School
Lover of all things learning, passionate educator, learner, thinker and most of all dreamer. My teaching career began in 1999 in the public school system in Ontario. Over the past 16 years I have been privileged to teach grades 7-12 in both the public school system and the independent schools in Ontario. The last two roles of my professional career brought me the greatest growth, challenges and joy. As Lead Teacher: Curriculum Innovation and... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Stephens

Stephanie Stephens

Executive Director of Innovation, Holy Trinity School
In every aspect of Stephanie's current role, she has had the opportunity to imagine and be creative. Whether it be in the development of new projects with teachers, building and evolving innovative professional development program or supporting student technology learning. As Executive Director of Innovation and Technology at Holy Trinity School, Stephanie's role is to disrupt teaching and learning practices and ensure that effective change... Read More →



Wednesday February 3, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
14B

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