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Monday, April 25 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Rethinking Professional Learning: A Systemic Action Research Model

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Rethinking professional learning, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools has developed an action research model that has significantly shifted resources and processes. This co-constructed professional learning model was developed by a broad-based committee as a result of collaborative exploration of research in the areas of literacy, job-embedded professional learning and the use of action research to improve learning outcomes for all. With a targeted focus of improving literacy outcomes from kindergarten to grade 3, division support was scheduled within schools supporting teachers in their classrooms collaboratively reflecting on student data, providing instruction and reflecting on their impact on student learning. Teachers are engaged throughout the year outside of the classroom in order to collaborate with teachers and explore student literacy learning along a continuum. School administrators are also engaging in action research throughout the year focused on providing literacy leadership and reflecting on their impact on teacher learning using targeted questions and feedback. Please join us for an overview of our experience in developing and deepening our culture of learning.

 

Speakers
avatar for Terri Fradette

Terri Fradette

Terri Fradette is an Assistant Superintendent of Education with Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools in Saskatoon.  Her background includes teacher, literacy coach, vice-principal, principal and coordinator.  Terri is passionate about teaching and learning.  Currently, she is working with division teams to make professional learning meaningful, authentic and lead to improved student outcomes.
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Kent Gauthier

Kent Gauthier has been a teacher and administrator with the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division since 1993.  Kent has been an administrator for twelve of years, serving a variety of families and students in Saskatoon.  He has recently been working with the GSCS Learning Leader team to help fellow administrators plan and execute action research in their schools.
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Joanne Weninger

Joanne Weninger serves as a Superintendent of Education for Greater Saskatoon Catholic School and has been a teacher and in-school administrator with the division for the past 27 years.
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Lauren Willey

Lauren Willey is a Literacy Support Teacher for Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools. In her role, Lauren supports classroom teachers through a job embedded professional learning model. Her background includes classroom teacher, teacher librarian, and gifted education teacher. 


Monday April 25, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
New Brunswick Room