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Women’s Sport School Early Bird Registration Deadline

Jan 6, 2014 | Uncategorized

The deadline for OFSAA’s Women’s Sport School Early Bird registration has been extended to Friday, January 10th. 

Act now to get the special Early Bird rate. Rates and registration form available by clicking this link.

The Women’s Sports School is a professional development conference that brings together teacher-coaches from across the province to share ideas and get motivated. The program encompasses a wide variety of sessions for both curricular and co-curricular programs with sessions geared to high school and middle school teachers. The aim of the Women’s Sport School is to increase participants’ knowledge in several areas of school sport, expose them to new/unconventional sports, teaching methods, as well as provide opportunities for discussion groups with peers. This is an affordable professional development opportunity that should not be missed!

For more info on the schedule, presenters, trade show, and more, please visit the Women’s Sport School home page!


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