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



REGISTRATION
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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
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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



HOTEL
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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)



FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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Please contact Kirsten Goldthorp if you require any additional information or support.
       kgoldthorp@nfsb.qc.ca
       450-691-1440 or 1-800-461-1440 (Ext. 251)




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Sonya Fiocco

Lester B. Pearson School Board/PROCEDE
Sonya has worked in adult education for 10 years as a math and science teacher for the LBPSB. She is currently working as a provincial consultant for PROCEDE for the subjects of Math, Science & Technology. She enjoys the challenge of designing professional development opportunities that bring the DBE curriculum to life, and in so-doing, engages teachers in hands-on activities that have them learning and practicing the very concepts and techniques they are supposed to teach in the classroom. Sonya feels very fortunate to be working with dedicated teachers and centre-directors from across the province who are working very hard to understand the new curriculum and overcome the obstacles to implementation. She looks forward to another year of problem-solving and collaboration with all educational stakeholders.

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, October 25
 

14:45

 


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