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Symposium de l'IJECT - printemps 2020

Au nom du comité de planification du Symposium je voudrais remercier nos conférenciers Cesare Di Donato, Carol Simpson et Stephen Speers, les animatrices et animateurs, modératrices et modérateurs, facilitatrices et facilitateurs, personnes en appui technique, et de manière toute spéciale, les participantes et participants qui ont fait de notre Symposium annuel un des plus couru et certainement fort unique dans les 23 ans de l’Initiative. Nous ne savons pas si le symposium virtuel de cette année constitue une solution innovatrice en réponse à une situation sans précédent ou les débuts d’une nouvelle ère. D’une manière ou l’autre je tiens à vous remercier pour votre contribution à cet incroyable événement dans l’histoire de l’IJECT.

David Armstrong
Agent de projet
Initiative de jonction écoles-collèges-milieu de travail

Symposium 2020 – Genèse d’un succès virtuel

Mise en scène : à la mi-mars 2020 c’est décidé – le Symposium en présentiel n’aura pas lieu. Compte tenu de l’importance et de la popularité du Symposium des membres du comité organisateur assistent à un webinaire sur la préparation d’une conférence virtuelle. On apprend que l’organisation d’un Symposium virtuel peut prendre de six à neuf mois.

La date du Symposium de l’IJECT était déjà fixée au 12 mai. Était-ce possible d’organiser le tout avec seulement 8 semaines à faire?

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Commentaires reçus en marge du Symposium de 2020

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Gagnantes et gagnants de prix tirés au sort

Rosie Hessian, Présidente, RPT 7, Conestoga College
- Une nuitée gratuite, courtoisie du Hilton Garden Inn, Toronto Airport

Joe Valerio, PAJO, London District CDSB, RPT 10
- Une nuitée gratuite, courtoisie du Fairfield Inn & Suites, Toronto Airport

Leonard Bumbacco, Coordonnateur PAJO, Waterloo CDSB, RPT 7
- Une nuitée gratuite, courtoisie du Hampton Inn & Suites, Toronto Airport - Une nuitée gratuite, courtoisie du Hampton Inn & Suites, Toronto Airport

Gagnantes du tirage au sort parmi les répondants au sondage

Pat Piro, OYAP Coordinator, Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic DSB, RPT 14
- Certificat électronique de 50,00$ d’Indigo

Elizabeth McCormick, Experiential Learning Consultant, Catholic DSB of Eastern Ontario, RPT 9
- Certificat électronique de 50,00$ de Best Buy

Mary Vesia, Financial Services Coordinator, Humber College, RPT 2
- Certificat électronique de 50,00$ de Staples

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Cesare Di Donato

Executive Director, Industry Education Council of Hamilton
Presentation: "Building the Talent Pipeline, through Partnerships that Support Experiential Learning"

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Carol Simpson

Senior Consultant, Simpson Consulting Services
Presentation: "Using Labour Market Information to determine employment demand and training requirements in the skilled trades"

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Stephen Speers M. Ed.

Chair – Workforce Development & Partnerships – Trades Conestoga College - Brantford Campus
Presentation: "The Community College Connection"

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Présentations des ateliers et séances de réseautage - Symposium de l’IJECT du printemps 2020
1: Workshop Session Details
1A: Dual Credit Data
TARGET AUDIENCE: RPT Chairs, RPT Coordinators, RPT Members, Researchers
PRESENTERS: Cristina Ilas, Senior Statistical/Research Analyst, Ministry of Education
DESCRIPTION: The Dual Credit Data presentation will include:
• provincial level highlights related to student achievement in dual credit courses;
• an overview of the many data sources that allow us to look at Dual Credit students and programs from various perspectives;
• and an opportunity to ask questions and to discuss results, data quality checks, and data usage.

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1B: La promotion des métiers spécialisés et les technologies aux jeunes de l’Ontario
TARGET AUDIENCE: All teachers are welcome
PRESENTERS: Dan Cardinal & Valérie Brosseau, Liaison Officers, Skills Ontario
DESCRIPTION: Compétences Ontario aide la formation de la main-d’œuvre de demain pour les métiers spécialisés et les technologies. Notre engagement auprès des élèves, des parents, des employeurs et des mentors fait en sorte que nous créons des liens entre l’éducation, l’expérience et l’emploi. Nous effectuons des présentations dans les écoles, organisons le plus grand concours des métiers spécialisés au Canada, offrons des camps d’été axés sur le perfectionnement des compétences.

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1C: A Beginners Guide to Pathways to Apprenticeship: Options for Secondary Students
TARGET AUDIENCE: Guidance counsellors, co-operative education teachers, college advisors, Leaders of Experiential Learning, dual credit teachers, RPT members
PRESENTERS: Phil Hedges, School-College-Work Initiative Provincial Program Co-ordinator; Sonja Vandermeer, School-College-Work Initiative Provincial Program Co-ordinator
DESCRIPTION: Through the School-College-Work Initiative (SCWI), thousands of students have started on their pathways to apprenticeship. We want to help you to help your students explore whether apprenticeship is right for them – and where available and appropriate -- to consider participating in the wide range of SCWI activities and dual credits. This session is specifically designed for participants with no experience. Please bring your copy of Pathways to Apprenticeship (scwi.ca/scwi/policies.php)

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1D: Engaging the Disengaged Student
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance, Administrators, College Faculty, Advisors, High School Teachers
PRESENTERS: Sue Hawkins, Manager SCWI & AU; Melissa Bosomworth, Wellness Coach- Durham College
DESCRIPTION: This workshop explores several theories to engage SCWI’s primary target group – disengaged youth. The connection between engagement and motivation, the importance of connections, encouraging a sense of belonging, and restorative practices are examined. Suggested resources are provided for those who are interested in learning more.

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2: Facilitated Networking Sessions
2A: School Within A College Teachers’ Networking
Facilitators: Adriana McDonough, Tom Smith

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2B: Supporting Dual Credit Students in Their Next Steps
Supporting Dual Credit Students in Their Next Steps
Facilitators: Sarah Zamin, Ken Harrison

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2C: Session de réseautage pour les trois EPR de langue française
Facilitators: Janine Griffore, Maurice Proulx

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3: Workshop Session Details
3A: Promoting Skilled Trades and Technologies to Youth in Ontario
TARGET AUDIENCE: All Teachers are welcome
PRESENTERS: Dan Cardinal & Valérie Brosseau, Liaison Officers, Skills Ontario
DESCRIPTION: Skills Ontario is helping to build Ontario's skilled trades and technologies workforce. Engaging with students, teachers, parents, volunteers, employers and mentors, we ensure our programs connect education, experience and employment. We deliver in- school presentations across Ontario, host Canada's largest skills competition, and run summer camps for skills development.

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3B: What Makes Dual Credits Effective – Some Practices to Consider
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Dual Credit Faculty, School Board and College Leads
PRESENTERS: Alexa Farley, Dual Credit Faculty, Georgian College; Janice DeFazio, Dual Credit Support Teacher, Simcoe Muskoka CDSB; Krista Barban, Student Success Consultant, Simcoe Muskoka CDSB; Michelle Rao, Manager School College Partnerships, Georgian College
DESCRIPTION: We will review some of the practices that have proven effective in supporting student dual credit success from before class starts to the final celebration. Topics will include communication tools, student supports, teacher-faculty relationships and college pedagogical approaches. The focus is on non-SWAC dual credits.

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3C: Strategies to Support OYAP Student Success in Level I Dual Credit Programs
3C Strategies to Support OYAP Student Success in Level I Dual Credit Programs
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, College Faculty, Secondary School Administrators, Student Success Teachers, Coop Teachers
PRESENTERS: Pat Piro, Hamilton-Wentworth CDSB OYAP Coordinator; Joachim Vallentin, Hamilton-Wentworth DSB Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program Coordinator
DESCRIPTION: An overview of Level One Accelerated OYAP programs in the Hamilton- Wentworth Region. OYAP Level One programs have added value to the secondary school diploma in Hamilton for over 10 years. Preparing students for these challenging opportunities is critical to the programs' success. OYAP Coordinators will share their strategies and insights into student selection, retention and student achievement in a variety of apprenticeships.

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3D: Dual Credit Rescue
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, College Faculty, Secondary School Administrators, Student Success Teachers
PRESENTERS: Lynn Krusto, Specialist High Skills Major and Pathways Consultant; Hamilton- Wentworth DSB; Bryan Ledgerwood, Specialist, Community Access and Engagement, Mohawk College.
DESCRIPTION: Dual Credit Rescue is a college delivered dual credit program that targets students within 1 or 2 credits of graduating. This program targets at-risk students who without this intervention would not graduate with their cohort. Schools with low four year graduation rates and low OYAP post-secondary participation rates are identified and students at that school are selected for this program.

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4: Facilitated Networking Sessions
4A: Sharing Strategies for Student Retention, Student Success & Graduation
Facilitators: Deb Ford, April-Dawn Blackwell

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4B: Ideas for the Future of SCWI/IJECT
Facilitators: David Armstrong, Janine Griffore

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4C: Level I Apprenticeship In-School Training Dual Credits
Facilitators: John Kantola, Kevin Hotten

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5: Workshop Session Details
5A: Promoting Women in Skilled Trades - Activities to Encourage Non-Traditional Careers
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, Administrators
PRESENTERS: Rosie Hessian, Chair, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Conestoga College; Katelyn McCreary, Activities & Events Coordinator, Dual Credit/SCWI, Conestoga College
DESCRIPTION: Join us in exploring activities to encourage young women to choose non- traditional careers in skilled trades.

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5B: Dual Credit Planning to Enhance Student Success
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, Coop Teachers, Administrators, School Board Consultants
PRESENTERS:Anne Nahorny, Dual Credit Program Coodinator, SLC; Jenn Halligan, Dual Credit Facilitator, SLC
DESCRIPTION: Strategies to Enhance Student Success! This workshop will look at various strategies to get the right students in the right dual credit courses. We will look at different options and factors that determine which programs are best for your Dual credit students. We will discuss delivery methods, course selection and student recruitment and selection. You will leave this workshop with student recruitment and selection strategies galore.

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5C: SCWI Activities to Promote Trades and Technology to Gr. 7 & 8
TARGET AUDIENCE: Gr. 7 & 8 Teachers, Guidance Counsellors, Administrators, Experiential Learning Leads, College Faculty, Administrators, Marketing and Recruitment
PRESENTERS: Antonio Stefanile, SCWI RPT 11 College Advisor and Gr. 7 & 8 Activities Coordinator; Jim Keyes, SCWI RPT 11 Coordinator
DESCRIPTION:SCWI RPT 11 provides the opportunity for up to 900 Grade 7 & 8 students to spend a day at Confederation College. Students experience hands-on and interactive activities with a key focus on skilled trades and the opportunities they present. Recent enhancements have expanded these activities to offer an evening on campus for students with their parents.

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5D: Engaging the Disengaged Student
TARGET AUDIENCE: Dual Credit Teachers, Guidance, Administrators, College Faculty, Advisors, High School Teachers
PRESENTERS: Sue Hawkins, Manager SCWI & AU; Melissa Bosomworth, Wellness Coach- Durham College
DESCRIPTION: This workshop explores several theories to engage SCWI’s primary target group – disengaged youth. The connection between engagement and motivation, the importance of connections, encouraging a sense of belonging, and restorative practices are examined. Suggested resources are provided for those who are interested in learning more.

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Du nouveau cette année: Composantes d’avant Symposium


    • Introduction à l’Initiative de Jonction Écoles-Collèges-milieu de Travail
      présentée par Janine Griffore, conseillère spéciale de l’IJECT et par Maurice Proulx, agent de liaison de l’IJECT
    • L’Initiative de Jonction Écoles-Collèges-milieu de Travail (IJECT) est nouvelle pour vous ? Pourquoi ne pas visionner ce webinaire enregistré avant le Symposium ? Vous cherchez plus de renseignements en marge de l’IJECT, du fonctionnement des Équipes de planification régionales (EPR) et de la double reconnaissance de crédits (DRC) ? Que vous soyez conseillère ou conseiller en orientation, enseignante ou enseignant de la DRC, membre d’une EPR, professeur ou chargé de cours au collège, ou encore si vous occupez une autre fonction, ce webinaire répondra à plusieurs de vos questions. Aucun préalable n’est nécessaire. (Enregistré en avril 2020).
      Regardez le webinaire

  • Si vous avez manqué des présentations en anglais de nos conférenciers d’années antérieures vous pouvez y accéder ici :

    • J_Clinton

      Dr. Jon Callegher
      Executive Director - Job Talks
    • Balanced Intelligence: Why Skilled Trades are Better(2019)
      Skilled tradespeople are among the most fulfilled workers in the country. Learn about Balanced Intelligence and promoting pathways to Skilled Trades.
      Watch video.

    • J_Clinton

      Dr. Jean M. Clinton BMus MD FRCP(C)
    • Connecting with Adolescent Learners – The Heart of Well-Being” (2018)
      Learn how we can focus on harnessing the novelty, creativity, and emotional intelligence teens have due to their “adolescent brain”
      Watch video.

    • S_Middleton

      Dr. Stuart Middleton
      Director of External Relations Manukau IT, NZ
    • Breeching the Walls: A New Way of Bringing Success to Students” (2017)
      Learn about the Tertiary High School in New Zealand where failing grade 9 students are brought to the MIT to complete high school and tertiary technical skills qualifications.
      Watch video.

    • Brian_Weishar

      Brian Weishar
      Simcoe Muskoka Catholic DSB
    • Adolescents Can Learn Anything: The Growth Mindset Explained for Teachers” (2015)
      Learn about the adolescent brain, the educator’s role in shaping it, and approaching learning with a growth mindset to help teens.
      Slides and Audio.

  • Notes:

    • Il est préférable d’écouter Adobe Connect les enregistrements en mode classique.
    • Vous n’avez pas besoin de vous inscrire pour accéder à ces activités d’avant Symposium

    Si vous cherchez à lire d’autres documents d’intérêt accédez aux onglets ‘Recherche et rapports’, et ‘Bulletin IJECT’ du site iject.ca .

Accédez ici aux archives des trois derniers symposiums incluant les PPT d’ateliers ainsi que d’autres ressources.