CTF/CTS: Teachers and Students - Partners in Practice 

Friday, January 26, 2018

We are once again offering a professional learning day focusing on CTF & CTS programming on FridayJanuary 262018 in partnership with the Edmonton Catholic and Edmonton Public Schools. This day is intended to allow CTF and CTS teachers from across the region to get together and make connections with one another as well as with presenters, all focused on successful implementation of CTF/CTS programs. This year's theme is CTF/CTS: Teachers and Students - Partners in Practice.

We are offering a variety of sessions in Information Technology, Health, Foods, Cosmetology, Fashions, Recreation, Media, Design, Trades, CTF implementation to name a few. 

We have an exciting roster of sessions this year! To see a detailed list and descriptions of sessions, click here.

To register and for more information, please click here.

Some sessions have limited space so register early to guarantee your spot.

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