Adapt your practices to today’s realities and learn practical techniques you can use for:
- collaboration among students
- the internationalized classroom
- creative and critical thinking
- student engagement
In this workshop you will bring the subjects, concepts and activities you find toughest to teach and as a group we'll transform them into your favourite lessons! Come prepared to be involved.
- Classroom Management Strategies is held in Castlegar at the ARIC multipurpose room on December 15 from 9 to 3 p.m.
- Classroom Management Strategies is held in Nelson on the Tenth Street Campus, P303 on December 20 from 9 to 3 p.m.
Cost is free for Selkirk College employees. The public pays $65.
Carolina Ribeiro de Almeida
Raised with farm’s life simplicity, Carolina got her Degree as Agricultural engineering at University of São Paulo. In 1998, her first Leadership seminar based on Experiential Education in Colorado was a milestone. Since then, she has been an outdoors enthusiast as a mountaineer and whitewater rafting guide. In 2001 she was part of the first Outward Bound Team of Instructors in Brazil. With talent to encourage people’s growth, she has extensive experience with social projects and corporate clients as professional group facilitator.
After a sabbatical year in 2013, Carolina decided to live with her family in Nelson, opening new life perspectives.
Fernando Murray Loueiro
With a solid background in Graphic Design and the outdoors, Fernando became a Facilitator in the early 2000. He dedicated years as an Outward Bound Instructor in Brazil, and worked as a contractor for several consulting companies in the organizational development industry. After this experience he started his own business in 2003, building a company in Brazil blending experiential learning with group facilitation techniques.
Since 2013, Fernando is living in Nelson, and in 2016 graduated at Selkirk College with an Interdisciplinary Diploma of Peace Studies, Digital Arts and Business Administration.