The 2019 National Leaders Post Conference Call for Workshop Proposals are open until December 7. Apply here.
Other Conferences & Resources
CAIS schools are leaders in education. Many of our schools develop programs for educators, and we encourage you to check out these world-class opportunities in our sections below.
Aditionally, from time to time, CAIS promotes Professional Development opportunities led by credible organizations with missions and values that are aligned with CAIS.
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CAIS School Conference & PD Opportunities
CAIS schools are leaders in education. Many schools develop programs for educators, and we encourage you to check out these world-class opportunities.
Flourish: The Positive Education Conference
Ridley College, St. Catharines, Ontario
June 16th & June 17th, 2019
Learn. Connect. Be Inspired.
This inaugural conference on Positive Education will be a unique gathering of educators fromacross North America.
The event will serve as an exciting opportunity to advance the understanding of PositiveEducation, to share promising practices and to
connect to a global movement dedicated to wellbeing and achievement.
We look forward to hosting you for two exciting days of:
- Wellbeing activitiesValuable workshops
- Panel discussions
- Locally sourced Niagara food & wine
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. Lea Waters,
PhD, President of the International
Positive Psychology Association,
Professor and Founding Director of the
Positive Psychology Centre at the
University of Melbourne.
We look forward to hosting you for this memorable Niagara experience!
View the PDF here.
Fraser Academy is pleased to offer the AOGPE Orton-Gillingham Training Course (Associate Level).
Fall 2018 (Every other Fri-Sun in November X 3)
Time: 8:00 to 5:15pm Friday and Saturday; 8:00 to 4:15pm on Sunday
Module 1: November 2, 3, 4
Module 2: November 16, 17, 18
Module 3: November 30, December 1, 2
Application deadline: September 28, 2018.
This 70-hour course is certified by the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators, the largest OG organization in North America. The training is composed of 3 modules, for a total of 9 sessions.
It consists of high-quality training in structured, multisensory language instruction that goes far beyond the basic level of teaching phonograms.
Participants learn advanced word attack and writing skills as well as comprehension and study strategies for teaching both elementary and secondary school students with dyslexia and other language-related learning disabilities.
This approach also gives participants the opportunity to learn the structure of written English, as well as systematic and multisensory teaching techniques.
Learn more here.
Regional PD Opportunities
Quebec Association of Independent Schools (QAIS)
QAIS promotes collaboration, provides services that further educational leadership and advocates independent English language education in Quebec on behalf of its member schools.
Independent Schools Association of British Columbia (ISABC)
The purposes of the ISABC are to foster and encourage the establishment and operation of independent schools in BC. In a spirit of collaboration, the Association draws more closely together the Heads of School, school administrators, teachers, and students. The schools engage in collaborative professional development as the basis for enhancing teaching and learning in the schools.
Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario
Mission: To advance educational excellence in our member schools.
CIS Ontario is an association of independent schools working together to support member schools in their missions to prepare students for the 21st Century.