Calendar

Check here frequently for newly added sessions!

Please note that live OTF Connects webinars are open only to OTF members et associate members. If you are not an OTF member or associate member, you are welcome to view the past webinars.



  • January 26, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action in 2015 and the Calls for Justice in 2019, underscored the need for today’s students to learn about Indigenous issues, knowledge and history. All leaders in education need to be aware of appropriation challenges facing educators and how to do this work in a positive Decolonizing Voice – Whose Voice Is It?


  • January 28, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

In Episode 7, we deepen our exploration of Relationships and Proportional Reasoning. Our time together includes a problem-based approach to the following topics: solving first degree equations, and solving linear systems graphically. Zoom Webinar – Presentation Presenter:  Kyle Pearce & Jon Orr Audience: Grades K-12 **(A Zoom Meeting link will be sent in a separate Episode 7: Make Math Moments Through Linear Relationships & Equations


  • February 4, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

In Episode 8, we conclude our exploration of Relationships and Proportional Reasoning. Our time together includes a problem-based approach to the following topics: solving problems involving probability solving mean, median, and mode. Zoom Webinar – Presentation Presenter:  Kyle Pearce & Jon Orr Audience: Grades K-12 **(A Zoom Meeting link will be sent in a separate Episode 8: Make Math Moments Through Analyzing Data & Probability


  • February 9, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Comment pouvons-nous savoir si une information sur un enjeu électoral ou politique est fiable? L’accès à des sources d’information fiables est essentiel pour la démocratie et le vote. Découvrez comment la ressource Démocratie et compétences numériques peut aider vos élèves à développer leurs compétences en littéracie numérique pour détecter la mésinformation et la désinformation. Dans Démocratie et compétences numériques: questionnement et apprentissage hybride


  • February 11, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

In Episode 9, we turn our attention to the topic of Measurement. Our time together includes a problem-based approach to the following topics: solving problems involving perimeter of regular and irregular shapes and circles, solving problems involving area of regular and irregular shapes and circles, solving problems involving surface area of prisms and cylinders, and Episode 9: Make Math Moments Through Measurement [Part 1]


  • February 16, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Qu’est-ce qui distingue le vote des jeunes par rapport à celui des autres groupes d’âge? Découvrez comment la nouvelle version de la ressource d’Élections Canada, Élections en chiffres, peut aider vos élèves à répondre à cette question grâce à la représentation de données. Cette activité axée sur la pensée critique invite les élèves à collaborer pour analyser des données et communiquer un message créatif sur la participation électorale. Dans ce webinaire, vous apprendrez comment utiliser les nouveaux outils d’apprentissage hybride pour cette activité, que vous enseignez en classe, en ligne ou de façon hybride. Nos divers outils et stratégies peuvent être combinés en toute simplicité de la façon qui vous convient, à vous et à vos élèves. Cette leçon flexible fondée sur le questionnement peut vous aider à atteindre les objectifs d’apprentissage pour diverses matières et années scolaires. Au cours de cet atelier interactif et pratique, nous analyserons des données électorales réelles.  Zoom Webinar – Presentation Presenter: Camille Blanchard-Séguin  and  Rachel Collishaw  Audience: Grades 7-12 **(Un lien Zoom Meeting sera Élections en chiffres : questionnement et apprentissage hybride


  • February 17, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

How does youth voting compare to that of other age groups? Find out how Elections Canada’s newly updated resource Elections by the Numbers can help your students understand this question by exploring the representation of data. This critical thinking activity has students collaboratively analyze data and communicate a creative message about voter turnout. In this Elections by The Numbers: Inquiry and Blended Learning


  • February 18, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

In this final episode, we conclude our exploration of Measurement. Our time together includes a problem-based approach to the following topics: solving problems involving conversions of metric units (perimeter, area, and volume), and applying Pythagorean theorem. Zoom Webinar – Presentation Presenter:  Kyle Pearce & Jon Orr Audience: Grades K-12 **(A Zoom Meeting link will be Episode 10: Make Math Moments Through Measurement [Part 2]


  • February 23, 2021
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

It may seem premature to learn about your pension before you start your career. The average teacher works for 26 years, but receives a pension for 32 years. Most teachers wait until late in their careers before turning their minds to their pension and often regret this. This workshop will introduce Teacher Candidates to the Demystifying the Teachers’ Pension Plan: OTPP for Teacher Candidates