Ted is the Past President of the MYC. He completed his M.Ed. with a focus on middle level curriculum integration in 2005. He has been a teacher, team leader and administrator at the elementary, middle and post-secondary levels. Ted has presented throughout western Canada and loves to work with teachers.
Topics: Curriculum Integration, Middle School Philosophy, Administration, Teaming, Building Relationships, Instructional Strategies, Language Arts Curriculum and Instruction
Chris is the past president and current conference chair for the Middle Years Council and has been very involved in the ATA at both the local and provincial level. Chris is a vice principal at St Terea of Avila School in Red Deer and really enjoys presenting to fellow teachers.
Topics: Teaming, Advisory Groups, Inspirational Learning, At Risk Youth
Jason is the Principal of G.W Smith in Red Deer. Prior to Eastview, Jason worked as a teacher and counselor in Red Deer and La Ronge, Saskatchewan. His presentations are inspirational, full of humour and multimedia.
Topics: Building Relationships, Advisory, Counseling
Jeremy is the President of the MYC, Team Leader and Science teacher at Eastview Middle School in Red Deer. He has presented at a wide variety of conferences and conventions, including the National Middle School Association Conference. Jeremy’s message reminds you of all the great things about teaching young adolescents.
Topics: Teaming, Building Relationships, Science Curriculum and Instruction
Jeremy is the webmaster of the MYC. Jeremy is a humanities teacher at Eastview Middle School in Red Deer. Jeremy has presented on a variety of topics at conventions and conferences in Alberta. Jeremy has a passion for integrating technology into his classroom.
Topic : Teaming, Building relationships, Language Arts and Social Studies Curriculum and instruction, Technology in the classroom
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Mike is a Junior High classroom teacher as well as a Northern Area representative for the Middle Years Council of the ATA. He enjoys presenting sessions to fellow educators about the Middle School philosophy and the importance of creating positive connections in schools.
Topics: Middle School Philosophy, Building Relationships
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Abby Stilwell is a teacher and assistant principal at Whispering Ridge Community School, in Grande Prairie, AB.
She has been teaching since 2006 and working as a school administrator since 2013. Relationships, connections, and culture are her passions and areas that she would love to support fellow teachers and leaders in, as they navigate each school year. She has been the Northwest Representative for the Middle Years Council since 2012 and loves the connections she has made through her involvement with this specialist council.
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Shawna is an Executive Council Member with Middle Years and has been involved with the council for eight years. She is completing her master in Psychotherapy Counselling, has a Masters in Curriculum and Leadership and holds a Learning Leader position at Annie Gale School in Calgary, Alberta. She really enjoys learning and presenting to fellow teachers.
Topics: Health and Wellness, Adolescents mental health, At Risk Learners and Tips and Tricks to teaching in the Middle Years