Événements et formation

Événements et formation

Vous trouverez ici la liste des événements du ROPE, les activités de financement, les initiatives de tiers et la formation offerte aux bénévoles. Pour plus de renseignements sur l’un ou l’autre de ces événements, cliquez sur son titre.

Si vous désirez parrainer un événement, veuillez communiquer avec Ashley Richer (aricher@onfe-rope.ca). Pour les événements organisés par des tiers, communiquez avec Ben Gardiner (bgardiner@onfe-rope.ca).

Les séances de formation et d’orientation offertes par BDEO sont offerts principalement en anglais pour le conseil scolaire OCDSB.

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mars 2019

How to Support English Language Learners – Online Self-Paced Training (en anglais seulement)

mars 24 - juin 16

This training is meant specifically for those interested in supporting English language learners (ELLs) in Ottawa District School Board (OCDSB) schools. Most of the students you will be working with our recent newcomers to Canada, some will have gaps in their learning or not yet developed age-appropriate literacy skills in their first language but due to a variety of factors. Some will be Canadian-born students, who also learning English as an additional language. There some students from Metis, Inuit or…

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Volunteering with Poverty in Mind – Online Self-Paced Training (en anglais seulement)

mars 25 - juin 17

A 6-hour self-paced course for all volunteers. To access this course, please send an email to lscott@onfe-rope.ca. As a volunteer, you can play an integral transformational role in a child's life. The information for this course is taken directly from author and educator Eric Jensen’s book, “Teaching With Poverty in Mind: What Being Poor Does to Kids’ Brains and What Schools Can Do About It.” “If life experiences can change poor kids for the worse, can’t life experiences change also change…

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Assistive Technology Online Self-Paced Training (en anglais seulement)

mars 25 - juin 17

A 20-hour self-paced course for volunteers aspiring to become educators, learning strategists or assistive technology trainers. To access this course, send an email request to lscott@onfe-rope.ca. Training Outcomes: Better understanding of the different types of assistive technologies and how they offer independent and academic support for English language learning students. Knowledge of learning strategies to help all students Experience and knowledge of the accessibility laws and rights of students with disabilities Teacher specific information for those who want more training Hands-on…

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Learning Strategies: Skills you can teach students for academic success – Online Self-Paced Training (en anglais seulement)

mars 25 - juin 17

This online course focuses on learning strategies to help the students that you support as a volunteer become better, more independent learners. You will learn literacy and numeracy skills, personal management skills, and interpersonal and teamwork skills that you can pass on to your students to improve their learning and achievement in school, the workplace, and the community. Teaching the students learning strategies will build their confidence and may motivate them to pursue opportunities for success in secondary school and…

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mai 2019

Volunteer Orientation May 1st (en anglais seulement)

mai 1 @ 9:30 - 11:30

Volunteer orientation is mandatory for all new volunteers. Workshops are held at the Richard Pfaff Alternative Program location (Beside McNabb Community Centre) | 160 Percy Street | Room 21 | Ottawa   Please register to attend https://orientationmay1.eventbrite.ca

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How to Use Math Manipulatives in Elementary Schools (en anglais seulement)

mai 2 @ 9:30 - 12:00

OCDSB Math Coaches Stephanie Bishop, Ann Chevier, and Karli Bergquist are hosting a workshop for volunteers assisting students in elementary math in OCDSB schools. The workshop will focus on how to use math manipulatives (number rods, base ten blocks, etc.) to help prepare you to support math students (elementary grades and newcomer high schoolers) by offering sage advice and hands-on training. Registration  is required

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Supporting Indigenous Students May 8 (en anglais seulement)

mai 8 @ 1:00

A 'must attend' event for all Canadians. The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) is committed to working with volunteers to ensure that First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students have opportunities and resources to achieve academic success and to further their personal well-being. Presented by Jody Alexander, System Vice Principal, First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education, Nancy Henry, Instructional Coach, Kris Meagasige and Kareena Butler itinerant teachers. Please register on this link

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