Call for Content - Ontario Teachers

Call for Content - AT @ School is looking for presenters and content for educational professionals who work or advocate with students with learning disabilities.

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TA @ school is looking for presenters and content that will inspire all teaching professionals who work or intervene with students with learning disabilities (LD). All submitted proposals will be considered as presentation proposals for the 8th edition of the Annual Colloquium of Teaching Professionals and as content proposals for the TA @ school website, if applicable.

The LD @ School website provides education professionals in Ontario with information, resources and research on learning for students with LDs, as well as webinars, videos and articles on practices and strategies to use in the classroom.

Presentation criteria and guidelines

For proposals to receive full review, presenters must meet the following criteria:

  • align with Ministry of Education initiatives and policy / program notes;
  • meet the needs of Ontario's teaching professionals;
  • not be for commercial purposes;
  • provide delegates with practical takeaways;
  • have a current research study or have practical experience teaching students with LDs;
  • clearly link current research to practice, and provide professionals with pedagogical approaches that can be used in Ontario classrooms.

Topics

Areas of interest for the presentations sought include:

  • e-learning strategies, lessons learned from COVID-19; numeracy and literacy strategies for students with LDs; mental health and well-being;
  • assessment strategies for students with LDs;
  • educational differentiation;
  • mixed diagnosis (ADD, ADHD, LD and giftedness, etc.);
  • spatial reasoning;
  • screening and identification;
  • working with parents of students with LDs;
  • etc.

Proposals must be sent before February 19, 2021. Full information can be found on TA @ school website.

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