As a prelude to the upcoming Canada Summit to be held at the University of British Columbia in April 2021, College Board is hosting a series of national webinars in Canada. These events will bring together key leaders from postsecondary, public, and private secondary schools/systems to discuss how K–12 and higher education can work together to help students select an academic pathway that will provide them with the skills to thrive academically, professionally, and personally.
College Board Canada Pre-Summit Workshops
Online Learning Environments: Inspiring Learning Beyond Worksheets
Dec. 4, 10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. PST
This panel discussion will focus on innovative practices and programs in which educators are going beyond merely delivering content and engaging their classes as citizens, researchers, and cocreators of the world around them. Confirmed panelists include:
- Michael Furdyk, Cofounder and Director of Innovation, TakingITGlobal
- Dr. Peter Holowka, Director of Educational Technology, West Point Grey Academy, Vancouver
- Natasha Peddle, AP Capstone Diploma Program Teacher, St Malachy’s Memorial High School, New Brunswick
- Anne-Marie Scott, Deputy Provost, Academic Operations, Athabasca University
We chose these topics based on our ongoing dialogue with College Board member institutions, including many of Canada’s top universities, and feedback from some of the 700+ Canadian high schools that use our programs.
On-Demand Recordings of Past Webinars
Supporting K–12/Postsecondary Transitions in the Age of Covid Watch the Replay
Nov. 5, 2020
This panel discussion will focus on K–12 and postsecondary policies and initiatives that are helping to assist with the transition between Grade 12 and higher education, given the realities of covid. Confirmed panelists include:
- Meaghan Blight, Vice-President, University Growth, Huron University (Western), Ontario
- Leslie Grant, Superintendent, Peel District School Board, Ontario
- Melissa Padfield, Registrar, University of Alberta
- Dan Seneker, Director of Student Recruitment and Retention, Bishop’s University, Quebec
If you have questions, please email: [email protected].