Tips for Teaching Credentialed Pathways
|Date:||December 06, 2010|
|Time:||4:30 am – 5:30 pm|
|Course code:||CARC-Dec 6|
About this learning opportunity
Are your students and their parents excited about successfully achieving community and/or industry-related credentials while taking CTS courses? Does your administration want you to offer a credentialed pathway? Mary-Lou was a curriculum manager during the new CTS development and will discuss tips for offering these exciting opportunities for students.
About the facilitator(s)
Mary-Lou Stacey is a CTS and science teacher with the School of Hope, a provincial online school within the East Central Catholic School Division. She has taught in online, blended and home education programs with the School of Hope for 12 years, including instruction in CTS, PE and Health, Biology 20 and 30, Music and grades 1 to 6 in all subject areas. Previous to her career in education, Mary-Lou was a Registered Nurse specializing in Pediatrics and Public Health. Mary-Lou was the lead curriculum manager for the new course development in Health and Human Services, Recreation Leadership, Health Care Services and Community Care Services Occupational Areas in CTS. During her role with Alberta Education, Mary-Lou worked extensively with the pilot schools and teachers in multiple jurisdictions assisting with pathway development, transitioning to the new programs of study, resource reviews, and implementation strategies for the new CTS Health pathway programs.