|Presented by:||Nick Radujko|
|November 24, 2022 | 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM|
|November 29, 2022 | 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM|
|December 1, 2022 | 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM|
|December 6, 2022 | 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM|
Join us for the full series or for any individual session. Each session will be recorded and available to all registered participants after the event.
PE & Wellness -Introductory Session - Nov 24 (3:45-5:15)
This session is aimed at teachers who have engaged in little to no PD in the new K-6 Curriculum. The session will include a brief summary of the components required for the full Physical Education and Wellness program along with ideas focused on Cooperative Games, Financial Literacy Ideas etc.
PEW-Financial Literacy -Nov 29 (3:45-5:15)
Each school can take a different approach to who addresses the Financial Literacy outcomes in each grade. Some schools assign these outcomes to the PE teacher, some to the classroom teacher, some to a Wellness/Fin Lit teacher (like the former Health teacher) and others may seek to use the math teacher. This session will provide a focused summary on the Financial Literacy outcomes expected in each grade from K-6 along with plenty of new ideas and approaches to teaching these outcomes. Links to external sources approved to work with students in this area using age appropriate approaches will also be shared.
PEW-Assessment -Dec 1 (3:45-5:15)
This session will offer Ideas and links on how you can assess students in the new PEW curriculum. Some ideas on doing observation checks to assess for PE class will be shared along with time to look at ideas to capture data/observations for the required outcomes in all areas of PE.
PEW- Tackling Wellness - Dec 6 (3:45-5:15)
A how to session on approaches and resources that one can utilize to address the wellness areas of the curriculum.
Nick recently retired after 29 years in education. The last 15 in central office senior leadership positions with Buffalo Trail Public Schools and the Grande Prairie Public School Division. He spent the last 8 years as Assistant Superintendent in either Human Resources or Curriculum. The experience in both rural and urban settings have provided the ability to address questions that impact either area. Nick taught a variety of courses over his years in the classroom, however his main focus was secondary English and Social Studies.
He received his Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta and his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Calgary. He also spent many years as a Professional Development representative for the local with the ATA, 5+ years on the Central East Alberta Teachers’ Convention as Program Chair. His belief in professional development that addresses the needs of the teacher and the learner was formed in these roles along with time as a Professional Development Facilitator with the Association.
He is excited to be able to assist teachers, school staff and Divisions with their professional learning needs.
Registration Fee: $0.00