About the Council
Joining the Council
Awards and Scholarships
Connecting Middle Years Teachers
Taking Action on Issues
Brent is the Coordinator of the Middle Years Program at Red Deer College. Prior to arriving at the college, Brent was a teacher and administrator in Wolf Creek School Division. He has presented extensively throughout Alberta on a wide variety of middle years topics. His presentations are active, hands-on and extremely practical.
Topics: Curriculum Integration, Teaming, Boys in the Middle Years
Stu is the principal of Eastview Middle School in Red Deer. Stu has been a middle school principal and District Principal for Chinook’s Edge School Division. Stu opened Fox Run School in Sylvan Lake and has a wealth of knowledge on creating a culture of success.
Topics: Middle School Philosophy, Teaming, Administration, Timetabling, Opening a New Middle School, Professional Learning Communities
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
Jock retired with over 30 years of experience as an elementary and middle school teacher and administrator. He has presented extensively throughout Canada. He is becoming very well know for his humour and practical ideas.
Topics: Essay Writing, Differentiation, Instructional Stategies, IPPs
Chris is the webmaster for the Middle Years Council and has been very involved in the ATA at both the local and provincial level. Chris teaches at St. Patrick's Community School in Red Deer and really enjoys presenting to fellow teachers. Chris recently completed his Master's Degree, and now works with at risk youth in the Turning Points program at St. Pat's.
Topics: Teaming, Advisory Groups, Inspirational Learning, At Risk Youth
Jason is the Vice Principal of Eastview Middle School 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.
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