Conseil scolaire Catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) director of training and secretary-treasurer Lyse-Anne Papineau has introduced she is retiring from the board after 11 years within the function.
Papineau, who has labored inside the subject of schooling considering that 1989, has been a teacher, a curriculum representative, a college important, an assistant superintendent and a superintendent.
In her role as director of training, she leveraged her talents to expand and put in force a formidable multi-yr strategic plan.
Recognized for her noticeable talents as an educator, she set excessive standards for scholar educational overall performance upon beginning her mandate as director of education further to focusing her interest at the cultural, nonsecular, physical and social improvement of (CSCNO) college students, said a press launch.
“Over the route of the ultimate 11 years, I had been blessed by having the notable privilege of being able to anticipate centered and dedicated school trustees, a professional management group and committed employees who’re in reality dedicated to making sure the success and well-being of our students,” Papineau said.
“I can promise that irrespective of where lifestyles take me for the duration of my retirement, I will continue to serve as a heartfelt Nouvelon ambassador and remain a steadfast promoter of French-language Catholic schooling both in Ontario and right across our united states.”
“Lyse-Anne Papineau has demonstrated her abiding dedication to offering Nouvelon college students with a tremendous French-language Catholic training,” stated CSCNO president André Bridal.
“Her dynamic management enabled our board to face out at every degree via setting Catholic Francophone college students at the heart of our decisions. We sincerely appreciate her lengthy-standing contributions to our college students, that have enabled us to offer the quality French-language training in our territory.”
Ms. Papineau additionally had an effect on the provincial degree as she chaired the Conseil ontarien des directeurs et des directrices de l’éducation Catholique (CODEC), the Comité orientation de l’éducation Catholique de langue française (COREC), was an executive member of the Council of Directors of Education (CODE), and chair of the Catholic Education Committee and diverse other provincial bodies, the press launch stated.
Role-play and Simulations: Students work in businesses to create real-life, or imaginary, eventualities to expose using discovered vocabulary and/or grammar factors. The simulations are supposed to be real existence roles (e.G. A enterprise meeting). The function-performs are usually imaginary and can be used to show a scenario (e.G. Meeting a pal). Students are assessed for their performances in keeping with specific guidelines put in place through the teacher. After the function-play, there may be a class dialogue approximately what passed off.
Inquiry-Based Learning: A method of teaching in which college students actively take rate in their personal studying. The elegance is led with the aid of scholar questions and pursuits as opposed to the teacher’s lesson plan. The teacher adapts the instructions to assist the students to examine what they want to examine. Open gaining knowledge of takes location, due to the fact the scholars are asking questions looking for solutions that don’t have a single solution. The predominant goal of this method is to train the students to research on their own by using asking questions.
Mastery Learning: A method of learning based totally at the idea that each one college students can learn however want unique quantities of time to accomplish their responsibilities. Two critical elements of Mastery Learning are feedback and consistency. The trainer pre-assessments scholars to find their errors. Then, designs a lesson to correct the students’ mistakes and re-checks the scholars to make certain that all the scholars have mastered the competencies. A lesson is then made which have the scholars use the abilities they’ve discovered and mastered inside the previous lesson.