Suite 300-999 – Canada Place Vancouver, BC – V6C 3B5
1 800 663 1515
Time: 1pm to 5, followed by AGM and museum tour
The district reps meeting will be held at Trev Deeley Motorcycle conference and museum site. Pre registration is required (we will accept more than one person from a district at this meeting), email Randy.Grey@sd71.bc.ca
Dinner will be provided and it is hoped that people will stay for the AGM after.
Please check out Trev Deeley web site: http://deeleyexhibition.ca/exhibition/
Below is the agenda for the 2017 BCTEA District Representatives Meeting. Each School district is asked to provide a district rep person to attend the annual Technology Education district reps meeting to learn the most current information concerning Technology Education, and to provide input to the BCTEA executive from their district.
If you are a District Rep or LSA president, please contact Randy Grey to confirm your attendance at the meeting.
|Meeting Starts at 1:00pm with Introductions and District Reps reporting out||Randy Grey & District Reps|
|Applied Design, Skills and Technology presentation|
A panel of experts will share the current information that has given direction to the new ADST curriculum. We will cover the why our curriculum has changed and then look at how it can be achieved in our Technology Education classes.
|Susan Crichton, Associate Dean, Associate professor and Director of the Innovative Learning Centre at the University of British Columbia Okanagan. Expert on Design Thinking.
Jason Leber, Auto Service Technician by trade and head of the youth division of the ITA.
Zale Darnel, Nigel Reedman, Russell Evanisky, from the ADST writing committee.
|Skills Exploration courses||Jason Leber, Steve Claassen|
|Youth Trades Capital Equipment Program funding||Jason Leber|
|Shop floor layout and equipment spacing||Peter Halim, Tech teacher in Vancouver school district, has created shop floor plans based on ministry of education sizes for new shops, and placed machines in the space with the recommended safety zones|
In the 2017/2018 school year the Construction Foundation is looking forward to working with shop teachers and industry to bring personal protective equipment grants and safety focused presentations to shop classes.
|Issues brought forward during our sharing time or prior to district reps meeting||Randy Grey|