Curriculum Leaders’ Meeting
The CIS Ontario Curriculum Leaders' Network connects academic leaders responsible for overseeing curriculum and staying abreast of Ministry of Education requirements. This Network gathers in-person, both in fall and spring, at a host school where curriculum leaders enjoy engaging days of learning, collaboration and collegiality.
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CIS Ontario is excited to share with you the details of the Fall Curriculum Leaders' Meeting. Please read the communication below from our hosts.
AN INVITATION FROM LAKEFIELD COLLEGE SCHOOL
Anne-Marie Kee would like to welcome you to her home on campus for a reception the evening before the curriculum leaders meeting. It will be a time to engage in great informal discussion, to share your learning or what's happening in our schools, and wake up at a reasonable hour on the day of the meeting. We will also offer some pre-meeting optional activities such as sunrise paddle, yoga on the docks, and a polar bear dip if you're feeling brave.
Monday, October 28, 2019 - Optional
Lakefield College School
4391 County Rd 29
- 7:00pm Arrival & Reception at the Head’s Residence
- Reception provided by LCS
- 9:00pm Wind down and/or continue the conversation
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Lakefield College School
- 7:00 am Sunrise Paddle, Polar Bear Dip, Run/Jog, Yoga on the docks
- 8:00 am Breakfast
- 8:30 am Chapel
- Breakfast provided by LCS
- 9:15 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Curriculum Leaders' Meeting
- Lunch provided by LCS
This session will focus on academic skills and feature a keynote presentation by J. Paul Grayson. Paul Grayson is a professor of Sociology at York University who has been studying the experiences and outcomes of university students for over 25 years. He has been recognized for his work in this area by the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education with the Award for Research Excellence and the Sheffield Award. Recently, Dr. Grayson has moved beyond research in this area to design courses that will assist students in overcoming their generic skill deficiencies. This Fall, his first course Skills for Success in Sociology launched at York University. After Paul Grayson's keynote, Lakefield teachers are excited to share some of their introductory work on academic skills with you as well.
Anne-Marie Kee, Dean van Dolweerd, Derek Doucet & Joe McRae
A block of rooms has been secured at the Village Inn for our group on the evening of October 28th at a rate of $112.50 plus taxes. Please contact the Inn directly to book your room at 1-800-827-5678 or 1-705-652-1910 and quote that you are part of the CIS Ontario event at Lakefield College School.
Please contact Sheri Little if you wish to attend: