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2019 Partners in Education Luncheon - Kurtis Hewson   PASSWORD: North
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Thursday, February 7 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
3 Great Ideas from 3 Great Teachers on 1 Great Subject: Gr.10-12 Science

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Title 1: A Chemistry 20 Lab Exam: My successes and why you should try it too. For the past three years my colleagues and I have developed an refined a practical final exam for our Chemistry 20 course. Originally designed as a way to encourage ownership for skill development in increasingly large classes, we have seen huge increases in engagement during lab activities as students strive to master techniques. Speaker: Reuben Mahaffy Title 2: Forensic Science Mock Crime Scene Final Assessment Task Speaker: Jenna Willman Title 3: Performance Assessment in the Chemistry Lab Speaker: Tyler Buchan

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Tyler Buchan

Teacher, Salisbury Composite High School
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Reuben Mahaffy

Reuben teaches Chemistry, Biology, and General Science at Spruce Grove Composite High. He is a dynamic and iterative teacher who is always looking for ways to improve his practice. His preschool-age children indulge his various nerdy pastimes and make excellent test subjects.
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Jenna Willman

High School Science
Jenna has been teaching for 12 years, specializing in biology and forensic studies.She is also the First Nations-Métis-Inuit teacher lead at her school. One of her professional goals is to continue incorporating Indigenous perspectives into her science classroom.




Thursday February 7, 2019 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Shaw CC: Hall D Level - Room D2
  • Chairperson Donna Chanasyk - St. Albert Public #73
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 60
  • Grade Focus 43809
  • Tags English