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This session will review challenging learning environment “hot moments.” During the session, participants will be introduced to a process for handling such moments through issue identification, guiding principles, types of “hot moments,” and support options. Participants will also learn different strategies for handling “hot moments,” as well as collaborate with colleagues using scenarios. The goal of the session is to provide a starting point for managing and resolving such challenging events and to create a more conducive atmosphere for learning and growth.
Jeralyne Manweiler's Bio
With an impressive 23-year journey in education, Jeralyne Manweiler is a seasoned professional instructor and educational developer. Jeralyne's extensive experience encompasses a diverse range of roles within the education sector. As a high school teacher, high school administrator, and a literacy and adult education instructor, she has demonstrated a strong commitment to meaningful, inclusive learning experiences for learners of all ages. Rooted in a solid academic background, Jeralyne holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alberta, a Master's degree in Canadian Heritage and Development Studies from Trent University, a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Ottawa, and a Master's in Adult Education and Community Engagement degree from the University of Regina. Jeralyne is driven by a passion for continuous growth and learning. She currently works for the Instructional and Leadership Development Centre at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus as an educational developer and instructor providing professional development instruction and support to Saskatchewan Polytech faculty. Jeralyne's professional interests include active learning strategies, authentic and alternative assessments, promoting anti-oppressive education, mentorship, and educational technology. Jeralyne is delighted to share what she has learned in her learning journey and is always eager to learn from others.