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Thursday, February 7
 

9:00am

Diamant ou poussière: comment briller sous pression tandis que d’autres s’effondrent?
Stressé? Fatigué d’être fatigué? À court de temps? À court de souffle? Où sont passées votre patience et votre joie de vivre? Pourquoi certaines personnes brillent sous pression tandis que d’autres s’effondrent? Dr Amir Georges Sabongui, PhD, vous invite à une présentation dynamique et interactive au cours de laquelle il vous apprendra à maîtriser votre stress pour retrouver votre énergie et votre passion, reprendre le contrôle de votre vie et transformer votre stress en potentiel allié. Ensuite … à l’action! Grâce à des conseils pratiques et concrets, vous aurez la chance de dresser un plan d’action personnalisé pour apprivoiser votre stress et briller, même sous pression comme les diamants, au lieu de s’effondrer comme de la poussière! Dr Amir Georges Sabongui, PhD, est psychologue et conférencier chevronné très prisé pour son humour et son dynamisme. Il détient un doctorat en psychologie et est spécialiste de la résilience et des solutions de leadership organisationnelles. Lauréat de plusieurs prix de mérite, dont les prestigieuses bourses d’excellence des conseils de recherche des gouvernements canadiens (SSHRC) et québécois (FCAR), il a mené pendant plus de 10 ans des recherches sur la résilience pour lesquels il s’est vu discerné le prix d’excellence de l’Association Canadienne de Psychologie. Il a présenté des centaines d’ateliers et relevé des mandats de consultation pour les plus grandes entreprises nord-américaines, tel : IBM, Bell, Air Canada, CAE, CGI, Banque TD, Alcan, Sears, Novartis, Price-Waterhouse, Sun Microsystems … parmi tant d’autres. Ancien officier commandant de la marine canadienne, il s’est mérité une reconnaissance spéciale pour son leadership exceptionnel pendant plus de 12 ans de service militaire. Aujourd’hui, il est directeur général de la clinique médicale Alpha et de SOS – Solutions Organisationnelles Sabongui où il œuvre auprès des entreprises pour assainir les environnements de travail et redresser les dynamiques d’équipe pour amener les employés à performer à leur plein potentiel. Il est le conférencier de choix par le Ministère de la défense pour 2017 pour les conférences affectant le corp militaire et leur familles

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Georges

Dr. Georges

Dr. Amir Georges Sabongui, PhD, has a background in behavioural neuroscience and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology, specialized in resilience and organizational leadership solutions. He works closely with Canada's largest corporations to develop and implement organizational... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Shaw CC: Hall C 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Carryl Bennett-Brown - Greater St. Albert Catholic #23
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2100
  • Grade Focus None
  • Tags French

9:00am

Sketchnoting in the Classroom
Sketchnoting, or visual note-taking, is gaining widespread popularity as an effective and engaging way to take notes and to display student learning. Participants will learn how to establish a doodling culture in class with various fun and scaffolded drawing activities throughout the session. They will also learn about the elements of sketchnoting and how to get over the "But I'm not an artist!" mentality. This is a hands-on session, so come prepared to draw!

Speakers
avatar for Sylvia Duckworth

Sylvia Duckworth

Featured Speaker, Independent consultant
Sylvia Duckworth is an award-winning teacher and sketchnoting enthusiast from Toronto, Canada. She is a Google Certified Innovator, Trainer and Apple Distinguished Educator. She is the author of two books: "Sketchnotes for Educators" and "How to Sketchnote: A Step-by-Step Manual for... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Shaw CC: Salon 8 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Jacqueline Mines - Northern Gateway #43
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

9:00am

What Great Teachers Do Differently
What are the specific qualities and practices of great teachers that elevate them above the rest? This session reveals what the most effective teachers do differently than their colleagues. Participants will focus on what the most successful teachers do . . . that others do not. Everyone will leave knowing what great teachers do differently, why these things make them more effective, and learn how to immediately implement each of these into your own classrooms and schools.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Whitaker

Todd Whitaker

Professor, University of Missouri
Dr. Todd Whitaker has been fortunate to be able to blend his passion with his career. Recognized as a leading presenter in the field of education, his message about the importance of teaching has resonated with hundreds of thousands of educators around the world. Todd is a professor... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Shaw CC: Hall D 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Pam Arnason - Parkland #10
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2000
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

10:30am

The Most Important Things In Life, Aren't Things
Teaching is the profession that makes all other professions possible, but sometimes we forget to remind ourselves of that. What we do each day makes a difference in the lives of so many others. This session will help remind us that we have chosen the most important professional of all and assist us in developing ways to continually take a positive outlook of life and of teaching.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Whitaker

Todd Whitaker

Professor, University of Missouri
Dr. Todd Whitaker has been fortunate to be able to blend his passion with his career. Recognized as a leading presenter in the field of education, his message about the importance of teaching has resonated with hundreds of thousands of educators around the world. Todd is a professor... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Shaw CC: Salon 8 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Terra Beth Dowhaluk - Sturgeon #27
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

10:30am

Teachers Want What Students Need
Join ATA President, Grey Jeffery, for a frank and open discussion about the state of education in Alberta today and how we can make it a central issue in the upcoming provincial election. President Jeffery will take questions and lead a frank discussion on various topics from curriculum change and new standards, to collective bargaining and changing political realities; nothing is off limits.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Jeffery

Greg Jeffery

President, Alberta Teachers' Association
Greg Jeffery is the president of the Alberta Teachers’ Association. He began his involvement with the Association in 1984, his first year of teaching. He joined his local council executive in 1989. Subsequently, he served as an Economic Policy Committee (EPC) member, EPC chair... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Shaw CC: Salon 12 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Mike Wheeler - Timberline #9
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

10:30am

Teachers Matter: Building Resilience in Arctic Classrooms
This inspirational keynote gives you an in-depth look into the classroom of Maggie MacDonnell, the winner of the Global Teacher Prize. Through engaging visuals and stories you are brought to an Arctic school in the village of Salluit, where students face staggeringly high dropout rates, a youth suicide crisis and disturbing social injustices. These Inuit students carry the burden of colonization and inter-generational trauma on their shoulders every day and Maggie explains how she grounds her teaching practice in feminist, post-colonial and community development theory to allow her students to become masters of their own destiny. She shares examples of how her students have developed resiliency through innovative educational programs. This resiliency has led to suicide prevention, school perseverance and the graduation of Inuit girls who were previously drop outs. This emotional keynote will underline the message of how much teachers matter, re-igniting the teaching passion for an audience of educators.

***Please be aware this keynote will discuss topics of suicide and inter-generational trauma***

Speakers
avatar for Maggie MacDonnell

Maggie MacDonnell

Maggie MacDonnell is the winner of the Global Teacher Prize, a $1 Million US purse considered to be the Nobel Peace Prize of Education. Her teaching experience is global including working with; Congolese and Burundian refugees, young Tanzanians living with HIV, to Inuit youth in the... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Shaw CC: Hall D 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Shauna Swerda - Northern Gateway #43
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2000
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

10:30am

Diamonds or Dust : How to shine under pressure while others fall apart?
Stressed? Short on time? Short of breath? Tired of being tired? What happened to your passion for life? Why do some people shine under pressure while others fall apart? The secret lies in learning to harvest your own personal resilience. Join Dr Amir Georges Sabongui, PhD, for this dynamic, interactive, and inspiring seminar. You will discover how to rekindle your energy and passion, take back control of your life, and transform stress into a potential ally. You will learn: • How to avoid the number 1 mistake that almost EVERYONE makes; What resilient people naturally do to bounce back from adversity, and why they actually SEEK OUT stress and use it to their advantage; • Why doing less will NOT fix the problem; • How to recognize the warning signs and the impact that stress is having on your physical and mental health, and what to do about it. Then … ACTION! Thanks to concrete and creative strategies, you will develop your own dash-board to monitor your physical, mental and emotional health, and build a personalized action plan to get you back to your optimal self. By the end of the seminar, you will already notice a radical change. You will feel like you can shine under pressure like a diamond, instead of falling apart like dust! Dr. Amir Georges Sabongui works closely with Canada’s largest corporations to develop and implement organizational leadership solutions, crisis response and mental health training programs. His passion is developing long term relationships to help his organizational clients improve cohesion and engagement in order to bring teams to their optimal functioning and inspire employees achieve their full potential. He currently directs the Alpha Medical Clinic and SOS - Sabongui Organizational Solutions.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Georges

Dr. Georges

Dr. Amir Georges Sabongui, PhD, has a background in behavioural neuroscience and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology, specialized in resilience and organizational leadership solutions. He works closely with Canada's largest corporations to develop and implement organizational... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Shaw CC: Hall C 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Wallace (Walley) Porter - Wetaskiwin #18
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2100
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

12:30pm

Santé mentale et blessures invisibles
En raison du TSPT dont il a souffert suite aux horreurs du génocide, le général Dallaire fut libéré de ses obligations militaires pour raisons de santé en 2000. Depuis lors, il s’est employé inlassablement à favoriser la sensibilisation au sujet des questions de santé mentale et de trouble de stress post-traumatique. Le courage dont il a fait preuve en révélant publiquement son expérience personnelle avec des questions de santé mentale lui donne incontestablement de la crédibilité sur ce sujet. La présente conférence inspirera le public et l’amènera à contrer les stigmates liés à la santé mentale. Le général Dallaire parle avec compassion et perspicacité des façons dont les défis et les désaccords concernant le traitement des maladies mentales peuvent affecter chacun d’entre nous. Étant donné que les blessures de stress opérationnel ne sont pas toujours visibles de l’extérieur, le général Dallaire parle de ce qu’il reste encore à faire afin que les personnes qui souffrent en silence ne puissent pas simplement survivre, mais qu’elles puissent s’épanouir.

Speakers
avatar for Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honorable Roméo A. Dallaire

Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honorable Roméo A. Dallaire

General Roméo Dallaire is founder of the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, a global partnership with the mission to end the recruitment and use of child soldiers. A celebrated advocate for human rights, General Dallaire is also a respected author, government and UN advisor... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Shaw CC: Hall C 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Marie Hebert - L'Unité Locale Francophone #24
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2100
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags French

12:30pm

Healthy Models of Manhood
In this presentation, Jeff challenges us to rethink manhood. He asks: what are the traditions handed down here? What do you want them to be? Jeff explores the power structures in society and how this reinforces a certain definition of manhood. He encourages men to take this conversation back into everyday ‘male spaces’.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Perera

Jeff Perera

Jeff Perera has been speaking on healthy versus toxic masculinity, and men helping end gender-based violence for over six years to tens of thousands of people across Canada. Jeff has delivered engaging and interactive multimedia talks with elementary, high school, and post-secondary... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Shaw CC: Hall D 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2000
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

12:30pm

Getting Creative with GSuite Tools
Sylvia will give you some ideas on how you and your students can get creative with GSuite tools. Learn how to create animations, video cards, digital stories, “Choose-your-own-Adventure” stories, raps, photo albums and flipbooks, interactive videos, games and more. So much is possible with GSuite! This is a hands-on session so please make sure to bring a laptop with the Chrome browser installed and create a Google account if you don’t have one already.

Speakers
avatar for Sylvia Duckworth

Sylvia Duckworth

Featured Speaker, Independent consultant
Sylvia Duckworth is an award-winning teacher and sketchnoting enthusiast from Toronto, Canada. She is a Google Certified Innovator, Trainer and Apple Distinguished Educator. She is the author of two books: "Sketchnotes for Educators" and "How to Sketchnote: A Step-by-Step Manual for... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Shaw CC: Salon 8 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Glenda Galloway - Wetaskiwin #18
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

2:00pm

Diversity, Inclusion, Social Justice and You
There are many barriers that prevent educators from providing exemplary education on topics like diversity and inclusion. Often, these barriers are shaped by society and can prevent Educators from reaching their true potential. Through poetry and personal narrative, this presentation will provide educators with an opportunity to reshape their perspectives. Educators will be given insights on how to address diversity, inclusion and social justice in a personal and authentic manner without deviating from the subject matter.

Speakers
avatar for Ahmed Ali

Ahmed Ali

Internationally recognized award-winning poet, Ahmed Knowmadic Ali, is a full-time writer, actor, public speaker and youth worker who inspires with his dynamic, thought-provoking and humorous poetry. He is the seventh and current Poet Laureate of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Ahmed is... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Shaw CC: Salon 8 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Corey Conroy - Sturgeon #27
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

2:00pm

Mental Health & Invisible Wounds
Due to the PTSD he suffered from the horrors of the genocide, Dallaire was medically released from the military in 2000. Since then, he has tirelessly worked on raising awareness about mental health issues and post-traumatic stress disorder. Dallaire’s courage in going public about his own experience with mental health issues gives him undeniable credibility on the issue. This presentation will inspire audiences to break the stigma around mental health. He speaks with compassion and insight on how the challenges and disagreements on treating mental illness can affect all of us. As mental health wounds are not always visible on the exterior, Dallaire speaks on how much more needs to be done so that those suffering in silence can not just survive, but thrive.

Speakers
avatar for Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honorable Roméo A. Dallaire

Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honorable Roméo A. Dallaire

General Roméo Dallaire is founder of the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, a global partnership with the mission to end the recruitment and use of child soldiers. A celebrated advocate for human rights, General Dallaire is also a respected author, government and UN advisor... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Shaw CC: Hall D 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Kristian Basaraba - Elk Island Public #28
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2000
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

2:00pm

Cannabis: The plant, not the politics
Cannabis is scheduled to be legalized in 2018. But while concerns about legalization and it's implications for Canadian society are top of mind for politicians, police and the general public, there are many misconceptions about the cannabis plant itself. This session is designed to give teachers a more thorough understand of the biology, physiology, cultivation and history of the cannabis plant.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Hole

Jim Hole

co-owner, Hole's Greenhouses
Jim Hole lives in Edmonton Alberta and works nearby at his family’s greenhouse and garden centre in Saint Albert, where divides his time between writing about what he does and doing what he writes about. Explaining what makes plants tick is Jim’s specialty, and he does it without... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Shaw CC: Hall C 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Shauna Swerda - Northern Gateway #43
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2100
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English
 
Friday, February 8
 

9:00am

Are We a Group or a Team - Collective Efficacy Requires a Collaborative Mindset
In contemporary educational organizations, it is abundantly clear that professionals working interdependently not only makes a significant difference but is essential to ensure systemic success for students. Simply put, teacher isolation is no longer an option! But what does effective collaboration look like and why is it still relatively rare in our schools and districts? Kurtis will examine why truly effective collaboration is so difficult to establish and explore essential components to consider when moving from a group to a team in schools.

Speakers
avatar for Kurtis Hewson

Kurtis Hewson

Lead Learner/Co-Founder, Jigsaw Learning Inc
Kurtis Hewson has been an award-winning teacher, vice-principal, and principal, as well as taught at the post-secondary level. With over a decade of experience as an administrator, Kurtis has championed the call for collaborative structures in schools to ensure success for all students... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Shaw CC: Salon 8 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Jacqueline Mines - Northern Gateway #43
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

9:00am

The Ripple Effect: Sleep, Eat, Move and Think Better
The latest research findings show that humans now have the potential to live a healthy life for 120 years or more, making optimal health paramount to a life lived to the fullest. In this engaging and inspiring keynote presentation, Dr. Greg Wells shows audiences how they can leverage the power of exponential health technologies and techniques to perform at their peak and improve their overall health and well-being. Sleep better and you’ll eat better. Eat better and you’ll move more. And if you move more, you’ll sleep better and ultimately think and feel better. This is the ripple effect of good health and high performance. And it’s also why you don’t have to make major changes or sacrifices in your life: with an improvement of just 1% in your sleeping, eating, exercising, or thinking habits, you’ll see dramatic results. With Greg’s easy-to-follow strategies and tips, you can harness the power of the ripple effect and start living better—not just for a few weeks or months, but for life. This presentation is based on Dr. Wells’ new book The Ripple Effect.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Greg Wells

Dr. Greg Wells

As a scientist, broadcaster, author, coach and athlete, Dr. Greg Wells has dedicated his career to understanding human performance and how the human body responds to extreme conditions. Dr. Wells is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto where he studies elite sport performance... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Shaw CC: Hall D 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Mike Wheeler - Timberline #9
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2000
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

10:15am

Inclusive Education: Who, What, Where, When, Why?!
This session will deconstruct what inclusive education means in today’s classrooms and communities. We will also discuss common misunderstandings and myths and leave with ideas and possibilities of inclusive leaning communities and all who benefit.

Speakers
avatar for Shelley Moore

Shelley Moore

Originally from Edmonton, and now based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Shelley Moore is a highly sought after teacher, researcher, speaker and storyteller and has worked with school districts and community organizations throughout both Canada and the United States. Shelley's presentations... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 10:15am - 11:45am
Shaw CC: Salon 8 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Brad Langdale - Parkland #10
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

10:30am

Opening an Uncomfortable Conversation on Social Justice in Education
Darren’s talk will offer a timely reminder that the important work of attending to difference is not simply about “managing diversity” or pursing harmony with our students. Bringing about social and institutional changes toward inclusion and social justice requires thoughtful advocacy and even some professional risk. Darren’s talk will offer specific insights from his three decades of work on social justice activism and human rights; he will address notions of privilege, and the need to attend to our own complex identities in this work.

Speakers
avatar for Darren E. Lund

Darren E. Lund

Darren E. Lund, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary, where his research examines social justice activism in schools, communities, and professional education programs. Darren was a high school teacher for 16 years, and formed the award-winning... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Shaw CC: Hall D 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Fran Caudron - Greater Peace #13
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2000
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

11:00am

Keeping Girls in the Game with Quinn Phillips - Ever Active Schools Health & Wellness Symposium
Ever Active Schools presents Global TV's Quinn Phillips as the feature speaker at this year's Health & Wellness Symposium. Join for this session as well as a presentations all day in the Wellness Hall as well as a few classroom-based sessions. Quinn Phillips is an Ambassador for Ever Active Schools and the Alberta Medical Association Youth Run Club, specifically the new GO Run! initiative, a Girls Only Run Club program. She is passionate about promoting gender equity in sport and physical activity and she will share her work to help keep girls active.

Speakers
QP

Quinn Phillips

Quinn Phillips is a Sports Reporter/Anchor for Global News Edmonton. Born and raised in Edmonton, Quinn grew up a fan of local sports teams. Her Dad, Rod Phillips, was the radio play-by-play man for the Edmonton Oilers and she spent her childhood at Northlands Coliseum (now Rexall... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Shaw CC: Salon 12 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

12:45pm

Success for ALL: Designing Curricular Opportunities for a Range of Abilities
This session will look at how plans can be responsive to the needs of a group of learners that include a variety of abilities, including students with intellectual disabilities. We will discuss examples and strategies of how all kids can achieve success through strategic planning of goals and designing of supports. We will look at frameworks such as Learning Maps and the Planning Pyramid.

Speakers
avatar for Shelley Moore

Shelley Moore

Originally from Edmonton, and now based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Shelley Moore is a highly sought after teacher, researcher, speaker and storyteller and has worked with school districts and community organizations throughout both Canada and the United States. Shelley's presentations... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 12:45pm - 2:45pm
Shaw CC: Salon 8 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Corey Conroy - Sturgeon #27
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 320
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

1:15pm

The Road Less Traveled
From student council President in a small rural high school, to valedictorian of her law school class, and a national TV show, Candy Palmater’s life experiences are at once unique and universal. Her varied career has included 10 years with the Nova Scotia Department of Education and a brief stint on CBC radio where Canadians fell in love with her. Harper Collins is about to publish her first book, a memoir of her wild and wonderful life. This orateur, writer and humorist will, through words of guidance and personal stories, share her passionate perspective on inclusion, radical self- acceptance and the love of reading. You will feel empowered to affect change in yourself, your family and your community. Prepare to laugh, cry, and be up-lifted!

Speakers
avatar for Candy Palmater

Candy Palmater

Partner, The Candy Show Entertainment Co.
Candy Palmater is a gay Mi’kmaw actor, writer, comic and activist. She graduated as valedictorian of her class at Dalhousie Law School and went on to practice labour law. She is the star of her own national TV show called The Candy Show on APTN and has acted in many other series... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Shaw CC: Hall D 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Rob Kelly
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 2000
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English