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Thanks for another great year of convention! 


HOW TO ACCESS RECORDINGS
  1. Recordings will be uploaded to SCHED by Sunday at midnight. (Sorry for the delay. It’s taking more time to edit the session recordings than anticipated.) 
  2. Log In using the link in the top right of your browser window.
  3. Click on the title to open the session details window then click on the green "Play Recording" button to open the video.
  4. Keynote videos are password protected. Check your email for the password.
  5. Recordings will be available until March 30, 2022 at 11:59 pm. 


FILL OUT EVALUATIONS TO WIN PRIZES!!!
To be entered in random draws to win hundreds of dollars in prizes including $500 Visa gift cards from Morgex:
  • Submit session feedback - Click on the sessions you attended at this year’s convention and fill out the simple smilie face and comment box feedback form. Session feedback closes on Sunday at 11:59 pm. 
  • Complete the annual post-convention survey - This survey closes on March 11 at 11:59 pm.


Thanks again to Morgex Insurance for providing the Zoom licenses for all Alberta teachers’ conventions. There’s still time to enter to win 1 of 2 cash prizes worth $15,000 to help you explore Canada from Coast to Coast. Click here for more information.

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Friday, February 25 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Big Ideas, Student Projects and Current Issues with Project AGRICULTURE

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Explore big ideas like democracy, consumerism, diversity, sustainability, histories, innovation, technology and globalization through agriculture! Find out how to use the project AGRICULTURE curriculum-based program in junior and senior high Social Studies and Science classrooms. Access examples of sources and stories, engage with interesting and quirky trivia questions, find Alberta farm and farmer photos and videos and explore student-created projects that help students make connections between big ideas and agricultural issues and challenges.

This session will provide practical suggestions for using project AGRICULTURE with students as project-based, or simply, activity-centred learning,  and within in-class or remote learning contexts. Download any of the project/activity teaching guides, students learning sources, assessment tools and vocabulary supports or receive free print versions of any of the resources.



Speakers
avatar for Patricia Ramsay

Patricia Ramsay

project AGRICULTURE Lead Consultant
Patricia Ramsay is a former classroom teacher and consultant, who currently works on the development of curriculum-based resources and professional learning for organizations interested in supporting effective learning and teaching in Alberta classrooms. She led the creation and development... Read More →

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Friday February 25, 2022 10:15am - 11:15am MST
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