November 20th, 2014 – Online meeting Instructions

To log on, click HERE on NOW.  Pre-show starts at 3:00 pm, official meeting beings at 3:45 pm.

Cut and past the URL below if the link is in active

https://connect.tcdsb.org/ecslitnov/

Ways to participate:
1. Gather as a class/group around one computer or project on a screen.

2. Log on individually (or in pairs) on separate computers in the library or computer lab.

3. Log on individually at home.

Meeting Agenda
3:00-3:45 – Pre-show (jokes, shout-outs, FUN)

3:45-4:00 – Online Game (win a pizza lunch for your leadership team or class)

4:00 – 4:20 – Teacher Best Practice:  Ryan Aunger (St. Jean de Brebeuf)

4:20 – 4:30 – Online Game (win more prizes!!!)

4:30 – 5:00 – Guest Speaker: Tim Leeloy (Sharelife)

5:00 – 5:15 – Wrap Up / Credits

****Like in Marvel movies, after the credits roll and the screen goes black, there will be a secret bonus scene so stay online and join the fun :) (shhhhhhhh)


Technical Requirements
1. Make sure to log on early if it’s your first time so you can install any plug-ins that are required.  Simply follow the prompts on the screen.

2. Log on as a Guests and type both your name and the name of your school so we know who you are and where you come from (eg. Inga Carter – St. Gabriel Lalemant)

2. If you’re logging on as a group, make sure you have speakers set-up so everyone can hear

3. If you’re logging on as an individual, you can simply use your built in CPU speakers if you’re in a quiet room or use headphones

4. If you want to get more involved, make sure to have your camera andmicrophone set up.  Test them when you’re logged on.  If you need help, send your questions to our team in the chat box located in the bottom left hand corner.

You can also type in any questions you have as a comment below and our team will be able to answer you promptly.

Elementary Safe Schools Symposium

Dear amazing Student Leaders,

During lunch and/or before you leave the symposium today, please complete the following 3 tasks:

  1. Click this LINK and add your thoughts to our graffiti wall.  Answer this question, “So far I learned…”
    • Double click anywhere on the wall to add your thoughts
    • You can even upload a photo
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  2. Spread the conversation beyond the people in this room by sending a tweet using #SafeSchoolsTCDSB
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  3. Answer the following polls below:


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Thank you for your participation!

BE the change you wish to see in the world! – Mahatma Gandhi

 

First E-CSLIT Online meeting: Thursday October 23, 2014 (3pm-5pm)

Click here for the link.

For more information, contact:

Aznivmarie.jorge@tcdsb.org

Ways to participate:

1. Gather as a class/group around one computer or project on a screen.

2. Log on individually (or in pairs) on separate computers in the library or computer lab.

3. Log on individually at home.

Meeting Agenda
3:00 – 3:45 – Pre-show

3:45-4:00 – Prayer, Thank You & Introductions, Attendance (schools, teachers, and students) and Announcements

4:00-4:20 –  Online Game

4:20 – 4:35 – Guest Speaker #1: Glyn Narca (Student Leader – Jean Vanier CSS)

4:35 – 4:45 – Virtue of the Month: Gratitude

4:45 – 5:00 –  Guest Speaker #2: Mr. Mike Williams (Observatory Demonstrator, University of Toronto)

5:00 – 5:15 – Wrap Up / Credits

Technical Requirements

1. Make sure to log on early if it’s your first time so you can install any plug-ins that are required.  Simply follow the prompts on the screen.

2. Log on as a Guests and type both your name and the name of your school so we know who you are and where you come from (eg. Inga Carter – St. Gabriel Lalemant)

2. If you’re logging on as a group, make sure you have speakers set-up so everyone can hear

3. If you’re logging on as an individual, you can simply use your built in CPU speakers if you’re in a quiet room or use headphones

4. If you want to get more involved, make sure to have your camera and microphone set up.  Test them when you’re logged on.  If you need help, send your questions to our team in the chat box located in the bottom left hand corner.

*Please remember only positive, appropriate, and respectful comments are allowed!*

You can also type in any questions you have as a comment below and our team will be able to answer you promptly.

See you ONLINE!!!

Angels of Hope 2014 – Don Bosco

On Friday, February 28, 355 Catholic Student Leaders from neighboring schools around Don Bosco learned about the 7 Catholic Graduate Expectations and various leadership skills.

The students learned how to put their faith in action by supporting three charities;

Meagan’s Walk

Angel Foundation

Sharelife

This event gave students the chance to experience and meet other like-minded students.

Under the guidance of Michael Consul and Justin Bacchus students learned how to be effective leaders.

Take a look at how involved young leaders are in student leadership!

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Don Bosco hosts their 5th #AngelsofHope event, featuring Share Life!

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The AMAZING MC’s; Mike and Justin!

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a Share Life responds to the poor, vulnerable, and forgotten in our communities & abroad

Serving all these amazing kids! #ThankYouShareLife

Serving all these amazing kids! #ThankYouShareLife

Thank you teachers, staff and volunteers that helped make this event possible!

Thank you to the schools that participated:

Holy Angels

St. John the Evangelist

St. Conrad

St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Dorothy

St. Teresa

Darcy McGee

St. Angela

St. Stephen

St. Benedict

St. Andrew

The event was AWESOME!

Continue getting involved in Student Leadership by:

Following @MikeCLeadership on  Twitter

or

Emailing studentleadershipcoop@gmail.com!

Student Leadership, get involved!!

Angels of Hope 2014 – Bishop Marrocco Thomas Merton

On Thursday, February 27, 362 Catholic Student Leaders from neighboring schools around Bishop Marrocco Thomas Merton learned about the 7 Catholic Graduate Expectations and various leadership skills.

Through this day students learned how to put their faith in action by supporting three charities;

Meagan’s Walk

Angel Foundation

 Sharelife

This event gave students the chance to experience and meet other like-minded students.

 Under the guidance of Michael Consul and Justin Bacchus students learned how to be effective leaders.

Thank you teachers, staff and volunteers that helped make this event possible!

Thank you to the schools that participated:

Sacred Heart

St. Ambrose

St. Pius

Our Lady of Peace

St. Raphael

St. Cecilia

St. Leo

Senhor Santo Cristo

The event was AWESOME!

Continue getting involved in Student Leadership by:

Following @MikeCLeadership on  Twitter

or

Emailing studentleadershipcoop@gmail.com!

Student Leadership, get involved!!

St. Sebastian

Santa Maria

Angels of Hope 2014 – Brebuef College

On Thursday, February 13, 300 Catholic Student Leaders from neighboring schools around Brebuef College learned about the 7 Catholic Graduate Expectations and various leadership skills.

The students learned how to put their faith in action by supporting three charities;

Meagan’s Walk

Angel Foundation

Sharelife

This event gave students the chance to experience and meet other like-minded you leaders.

Under the guidance of Michael Consul and Justin Bacchus students learned how to be effective leaders.

Check out the video below! It shows how empowering younger students can be!

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Getting ready for a day of empowerment!

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Starting our day right with a small prayer service!

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Angel Foundation gets kids involved!

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Thank you to Meagan’s Walk for such an inspiring presentation!

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Pumping up the crowd!

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Kids getting a hang of doing a thumbs up! “Student leadership, get involved!”

Thank you teachers, staff and volunteers that helped make this event possible!

Thank you to the schools that participated:

St. Timothy

St. Henry

St. Wilfrid

St. Antoine Daniel

Prince of Peace

St. Paschal Baylon

St. Agnes

Holy Redeemer

The event was AWESOME!

Continue getting involved in Student Leadership by:

Following @MikeCLeadership on  Twitter

or

Emailing studentleadershipcoop@gmail.com!

Student Leadership, get involved!!