Webinars

Join us every two weeks to learn, discuss, collaborate and share! Our new webinar series will connect you with resources and provide space for discussions to connect our community during the pandemic. These webinars will be recorded and posted on our website for asynchronous learning.

Some OHASSTA Tuesdays will be interactive presentations, while others will be OHASSTA Happy Hour, a moderated informal discussion, sharing, and Q&A. Bring your favourite beverage and join us in coversation. Collaborate with colleagues in small groups to talk about pressing questions and solve the world’s problems!

Let’s talk about Bridging Grade 7-10 HistoryJune 2nd, 3:30 How do we connect and bridge elementary and high school history?  Let’s work together to explore misconceptions and common ground between the two panels. How can we help all of our students engage in historical thinking and inquiry learning?

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Economics: Thinking and Doing June 16th, 3:30                                                                      CIA4U and CIE3M  e-learning course writer Jan Haskings-Winner, and lead reviewer, Zoe Flatman share the process of creating the inquiry-based online learning activities rich in economic thinking for grades 11 and 12 Economics. They will share their favourite activities and assessment tasks and facilitate guided exploration and discussion in breakout groups. The session will include conversations about adaptations for emergency distance learning, as well as for blended learning in the face-to-face classroom. Whether you’re new to e-learning or have lots to share, we hope you will join us for this interactive webinar.

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Archived Events

OHASSTA Website Tour – April 21st, 3:30 pm
Join the OHASSTA web designer, Jim Pedrech, for an interactive exploration of the newly revised association website. You’ll have a chance to explore the site with a small group of colleagues and be inspired by what you find.

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Let’s talk about AssessmentMay 5th, 3:30 How do I decide what’s really essential learning? How do we assess for, as, and of learning? How do we give rich descriptive feedback? How do we support student wellness while assessing with integrity?

What were they thinking? May 19th, 3:30                             CHY4U e-learning course writer Jim Pedrech, and lead reviewer, Rachel Collishaw share the process of creating the inquiry-based online learning activities, rich in historical thinking for World History 1500-present. They will share their favourite activities and assessment tasks and facilitate guided exploration and discussion in breakout groups. The session will include conversations about adaptations for emergency distance learning, as well as for blended learning in the face-to-face classroom. Whether you’re new to e-learning or have lots to share, we hope you will join us for this interactive webinar.

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Contact Us to learn more or to suggest a discussion topic!