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PYP Virtual Roundtable

Please join us for a CAWS Virtual PYP Roundtable to discuss successful teaching strategies and share engaging lessons with IB colleagues in your subject area from around the state. This is not meant to take the place of IB training; it is a collaborative networking session for teachers in specific IB subject areas. The subject, time and registration link is below. Once you register, your Erin Knight, PYP IBC and IBEN trainer will host this event. She, will send you a Zoom link prior to the roundtable. This event is limited to 25 participants. Please be sure to let your teachers and administrators know about this exciting educational opportunity.
If you have any questions please contact me.
Best regards,
CAWS Executive Director
A message from Erin Knight:
Our intention is to share best practices amongst ourselves and help each other out as we face the start of a most interesting and challenging new school year.  This is a collaborative event, and our role is to facilitate, not to lead the session.  I have kept the agenda open so we can discuss what you would like to when we meet. If you have something specific please just add it to the comment portion of your registration form and we will make sure to cover it. This will serve as a starting point for our discussion, and we can always explore new ideas further.
Also if you have any resources to share, please place them on our shared Padlet.  Our Padlet.
If you have any questions, comments or ideas, please email Robin Oliver CAWS Executive director.
Thank you for all that you do and we will see you on the 18th
All the best,
Wednesday, August 18th:
Time: 10:00 am to 11:30 am
Virtual Roundtable Protocols
  • Each session is 90 minutes 
  • A CAWS board member facilitates the initial meetings
  • Limit to 25 participants maximum
  • Participants registration deadline:
  • August 17 for August 18th
  • Zoom board host emails Zoom login information to registered participants
  • Expectation: teachers share best practices for distance, virtual or hybrid learning, and IB curriculum in general
  • All participants’ mics will be muted by default prior to joining the meeting
  • Participants will use the raise hands function to speak
  • Zoom host facilitates questions and links shared in the chat
  • The chat file will be saved and sent out to participants
  • Meetings will not be recorded due to privacy issues