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Web Experience

What is a webExperience?

An engaging new approach to professional development. Live and interactive online sessions designed and delivered by teachers for teachers – offering fun and innovative ideas and activities to support your curriculum delivery.

Open to all Kindergarten to Grade 12 Catholic teachers, WebExperience offers bite-sized professional development accessible from anywhere you are (with an internet connection).

All previously recorded WebExperiences can be found in the Members' Center of the website, and you will need your username and password to login!

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Check out our library of recorded webExperiences!

Faith and Wellness
Faith & Wellness: A Daily Mental Health Resource (Primary)
DATE(S) TIME AUDIENCE
September 24, 2020
October 22, 2020
4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Primary

Faith and Wellness: A Daily Mental Health Resource was developed in partnership between OECTA and School Mental Health Ontario. It offers a collection of high-quality, everyday mental health practices to enhance the social-emotional learning skills and well-being of students. These practices are rooted in the Catholic Faith and align with Ontario’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum, the Ontario Catholic School Graduation Expectations (OCSGE), Learning Skills and Kindergarten Frames.

Join this session to learn more about the important role that teachers play in helping students develop the skills necessary to learn about and care for their mental health. The session will explore how this free, easy to implement, evidence informed mental health resource can be incorporated as part of your daily practice.

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Faith & Wellness: A Daily Mental Health Resource (Junior/Intermediate)
DATE TIME AUDIENCE
October 8, 2020 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Junior & Intermediate

Faith and Wellness: A Daily Mental Health Resource was developed in partnership between OECTA and School Mental Health Ontario. It offers a collection of high-quality, everyday mental health practices to enhance the social-emotional learning skills and well-being of students. These practices are rooted in the Catholic Faith and align with Ontario’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum, the Ontario Catholic School Graduation Expectations (OCSGE), Learning Skills and Kindergarten Frames.

Join this session to learn more about the important role that teachers play in helping students develop the skills necessary to learn about and care for their mental health. The session will explore how this free, easy to implement, evidence informed mental health resource can be incorporated as part of your daily practice.

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