Centennial Christian School
Principal: Edgar Veldman
Grades: PreK - 12
Centennial Christian School in Terrace is located in the spectacular Skeena Valley of Northern British Columbia. Our multi-denominational school offers an excellent educational program with a wide variety of activities that honour God. The smaller school environment and classes allow for unique field trips and opportunities that enhance the development of all students. Visits to Ottawa (Socials 11) and the Haida Gwaii (English 11), along with band and sports trips, broaden students' experiences and perspectives and provide for dynamic learning situations. Outdoor activities and overnight trips connected with Sciences and Applied Skills put into practice classroom learning. What a place to live and learn!
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Summer Unit Design Session
Designing Formational Learning Experiences:
An Invitation to a Better Story
July 2 to 6, 2013, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
at Surrey Christian Secondary School
Do you want to create curriculum units built on a solid biblical worldview? Do you want to collaborate with other passionate Christian educators in a supportive learning environment that models assessment for learning? This five-day, 30-hour summer session is hands-on and practical. Endorsed by the CTABC, CPABC, SCSBC, and PCCE, it has course equivalent status to a university-level Christian perspectives course, subject to your board's approval.
TWU Summer Institute for Teachers
Review the role of principals and other educational leaders in nurturing a healthy professional climate and sustaining teacher growth. Develop an integrated model for continuous staff development. Consider how best to supervise and evaluate school personnel. Scrutinize methods of staff selection, induction, and dismissal. Throughout, the focus will be on strategies for building positive school cultures.
EDUC 624 Summer 2011 Syllabus
Date: July 2 - 12; M-F: 8:30 am - 2 pm; (9 days)
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