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This year’s PROCEDE Conference will be taking place from October 24-26, 2018 at Mont Gabriel Hotel & Spa.

To register for the PROCEDE 2018 Conference, first select your workshops from the list below.

Once you’ve made your selection, complete your registration by clicking here.

The conference registration fee is $345 (Includes all meals- Wednesday dinner to Friday breakfast)

Please register by Monday, October 1st, 2018

Payment must be made by cheque (payable to New Frontiers School Board) and must be received no later than October 8, 2018.

Please mail payment to:
       New Frontiers School Board
       c/o Kirsten Goldthorp
       214 McLeod
       Chateauguay, QC, J6J 2H4

Please note that you are responsible for booking your own room by calling 1-800-668-5253 or visiting www.montgabriel.com
Room cost per night: $119 (Standard room)

Please contact Kirsten Goldthorp if you require any additional information or support.
       450-691-1440 or 1-800-461-1440 (Ext. 251)

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Nadia Naffi

Concordia University
Assistant Professor- Educational Technology Program

Dr. Nadia Naffi is an assistant professor at Concordia university, in the educational technology program, expert in instructional design, performance consulting, disruptive pedagogy, experiential learning, elearning, social media and social inclusion. 

Dr. Naffi is also one of Concordia University’s inaugural Public scholars (2017-2018), an MT180 laureate, a Concordia University Newsmaker of the week, a SSHRC Storyteller winner, and the winner of the Media Outreach for Graduate Research Communicator of the Year 2016-2017 Award.

As a performance consultant and researcher by training, Dr. Naffi examines the influence of social media propaganda on the inclusion and the integration of newcomers. Her proposed model “Get Ready to Act Against Social Media Propaganda”, which transforms passive bystanders in contexts of cyberbullying into active agents of change was shared widely by the readers of her pieces published in the Conversation and the Conversation France.

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