A Day in the Life at a Northern School

This will be an interactive webinar on the daily life of an educator in a northern school. You will hear more about what it is like to live and work in the North and information on successes and challenges will be shared. Our panelist will also share pictures from their community and classroom. A brief overview of Teach For Canada’s programming will be shared, as well as a review of the common experiences teachers go through during the school year.

This webinar will be hosted by a member of the Teacher Recruitment Team. Questions will be posed to our panelist live or answered directly in the chat box by our staff. We encourage all participants to participate through the chat box or by answering the occasional poll question. Are you interested in going North with non-teaching family members? We encourage them to participate in this webinar so they can assess their own fit for a northern First Nation.

Teach For Canada is dedicated to making our events accessible for all participants.  Closed captioning will be available in English. Should you require any other accommodations (e.g. audio/visual support) to participate fully in this event, please contact selection@teachforcanada.ca.

If you are unable to attend this webinar, please let us know. All registrants for this event will receive the recording the following day. Please email selection@teachforcanada.ca for more information.

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April 06, 2022

7:00PM - 8:00PM EST

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    I am certified as a teacher (K-12) in one or more Canadian province/territoryI am a student in a Canadian teacher education programI am certified as a teacher in another countryI am a student in an international teacher education programI have a different type of teaching certification (e.g. ECE, TESL, TEFL)I am not a teacher but I'm generally interested in Teach For Canada's work