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Changing Education Paradigms: Student Success

  • North London Optimist Community Centre 1345 Cheapside Street London, ON, N5V 3N9 Canada (map)

CHANGING EDUCATION PARADIGMS, PART II: STUDENT SUCCESS

Monday, September 21, 2015

North London Optimist Community Centre, 1345 Cheapside Street, London

6:30-9:00pm [Doors Open: 6:00pm]

FREE Admission ~ Open to All [suitable for 12+] ~ FREE Parking ~ Light Refreshments

Child Minding On Request - call [ tel:519-453-3198 ]519-453-3198 to arrange for this

  We are pleased to have two keynote speakers to help us focus our conversation on:

•  "Redefining Student Success" - William Neal, Vice Principal-London International Academy

• " How Can We Apply New Education Paradigms to Student Success?" - Paul Cook, retired Principal and former head coach of Western's women's hockey team

During the evening, we plan to have breakout groups, each tackling common questions as they apply to:

Students with Exceptionalities

Students of Vocational, Applied and Technical Schools

Academic Students

"New to Canada" Students

Northeast Community Conversation has put a lot of volunteer time and effort to make this possible for the London community and we hope that through respectful and intellectual dialogue, we can learn from one another; share perspectives, concerns, insights; and discuss in a open but safe space lived experiences and issues parents, students, teachers and those who are part of support system, to help children and youth achieve success in their daily lives - academic and otherwise.

Respectfully yours,

Jacqueline Fraser

Lead Organizer, Northeast Community Conversations

Tel: 519-453-3198 * Email: [ mailto:necommunityconversations@gmail.com ]necommunityconversations@gmail.com

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ABOUT US: Northeast Community Conversations (NECC) is an informal, intergenerational, grassroots, collective of London residents who are passionate about building healthy communities and promoting transformative change through respectful dialogue and shared thinking.  Since fall 2012, our volunteer members have organized inclusive organic community conversations in safe spaces within which we can engage in dialogue on a diverse range of broad-based topics which influence, involve and affect our way of life, our city, or our country.  NECC also supports London’s growing ethno-cultural population and diversity by hosting unique, cultural sharing awareness events through its “The Inside Scoop On…” series.

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