Opportunities

Webinar and Monthly Meet-up Schedule  
January-June 2023

Click on the following link for schedule:  CYCEAB 2023 Events Schedule

Jan. 25, 2023, 1:00-2:30 pm EST – Role of Indigegogy in CYC Education – $40.00
– Facilitated by Joanna White, Indigenous Curriculum and Cultural Advisor, Community Studies, Red River College Polytechnic
– Join Joanna and experience holistic learning through Indigegogy, while unpacking the important role Indigegogy can and should play in the future of teaching and learning in CYC education. Explore how your program would meet CYCEAB accreditation requirements.

February 22 2023, 1:00-2:30 pm EST Universal Design for Learning in CYC Post-Secondary Education (poster is coming) – $40.00
– Facilitated by Alex Thompson, Masters of Occupational Therapy, Paediatrics, Mental Health, and Adventure Therapy
– Join the movement of UDL. This webinar is an introduction to Universal Design Learning and its principles. Learn and discuss practical ideas to design your course syllabus, assignments, and lectures in post-secondary education. Come ready to participate in a variety of experiential exercises and learn as a community.

March 23, 2023, 12:00-1:00 pm EST – Accessing and Utilizing CYC Literature in Your Program – no cost
– Hosted by Dr. Christine Slavik, CYCEAB Board Director and Professor, University of the Fraser Valley
–  This member meet-up is linked directly to CYCEAB’s requirement in the Self-Study that “80% of literature resources used in the course are authored by experts in the CYC profession or are comprehensive and recognized as linked directly to excellence in CYC practice.”

April 26, 2023, 1:00-2:30 pm EST – Experiential Learning: Sharing Best Practices – no cost
– Hosted by Kim Laush, Vice President, CYCEAB, and Associate Dean of Community Studies, Mohawk College
Kim has worked in post-secondary for 19 years and she has been actively engaged in field placement, both as a Field Placement Coordinator, Professor, and in her current role as Associate Dean of Community Studies at Mohawk College.
– Kim invites you to share how your post-secondary institution is integrating experiential learning in your Child and Youth Care program, with a focus on how this translates to practice during practicum experiences. This is a great opportunity to share best practices and learn from each other how to provide optimal experiences for learners both inside and outside of the classroom.

April 27, 2023, 12:00-1:00 pm EST – The Accreditation Process: An Overview and One Program’s Experience – no cost
– Hosted by Wendy Weninger, CYCEAB Accreditation Coordinator, and Dr. Christine Slavik, CYCEAB Board Director and Accreditation Lead and Professor of the CYCEAB-Accredited Bachelor of Arts Degree in Child and Youth Care, University of the Fraser Valley

May 10, 2023, 12:00-1:30 pm EST – How Do I Get Published (poster is coming) – $40.00
– I can write … I have something to share … How do I get published? This webinar is a facilitated discussion with publishing representatives.
– The CYCEAB accreditation process includes a question to faculty on how they are contributing to the development of the CYC profession and CYC post-secondary education. Faculty are also asked about professional training and development. If writing and sharing your work is important to you, join this webinar to learn more about how to get started and how to work through the steps to get your work … or that of your students … published. A great session for both new and experienced writers!

June 22, 2023, 12:00-1:00 pm EST – Self-Care for CYC Educators – no cost
– Hosted by Dr. Christine Slavik, CYCEAB Board Director and Professor, BA in Child and Youth Care, University of the Fraser Valley

 

 

 

Position Descriptions

CYCEAB Site Reviewer – Click on this link for Position Description.

Board Director – There are currently three vacancies.
Click on this link for Position Description