PROCEDE has a tradition of recognizing members and other individuals or groups who have contributed significantly to the advancement of English-language adult education and/or vocational training in Quebec.  As part of an overall strategy to increase visibility for adult education and vocational training in English, the organization has formalized this recognition process (https://procede.ca/recognition/).

This year, four exceptional actors from the English-language educational community have been recognized.

Tracy Rosen

Tracy joined the teams of RECIT at CSSMI as the new and only RECIT National to serve the English community. While the teams at CSSMI are numerous to cover all subjects in AGE, Tracy was one to cover the integration of technology in all curriculum.  Her task was to concentrate on the delivery of the resource rather than the content: to provide quality PD on successful pedagogical teaching strategies.

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Sonya Fioccio

Over the last three years, Sonya has been working as a curriculum consultant for the Provincial Organization of Continuing Education Directors (PROCEDE), providing training sessions and developing teacher competencies on a renewed curriculum for Math, Sciences and Technology subjects. Her main responsibilities consisted of designing and facilitating professional development activities that allow teachers to analyze course concepts, apply lab techniques and practices the Ministry’s evaluation procedures.

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Carolyn Murphy

Carolyn entered the world of education in 2007, more specifically in vocational training, with the objective of transmitting her knowledge of business, sales and English to young adults. After completing her bachelor’s degree in vocational education and a microprogram in higher education, she realized that she could have an even greater impact on young adults by becoming a course instructor at the BVE in French and English.

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Isabelle Bertolotti

Isabelle has been working as a curriculum consultant for the Provincial Organization of Continuing Education Directors (PROCEDE) over the last 3 years, providing training sessions and developing teacher competencies on a renewed curriculum for English Language Art and Social Studies subjects. Her main responsibilities consist of designing and facilitating professional development activities that allow teachers to analyze course concepts and practices the Ministry’s evaluation procedures.

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