Workshop, Training, and Presenter Fees
Meet Workshop Facilitator Edward Schroeter
Mr. Schroeter was a registered ETFO provincial Presenter on the Road (PotR) from 2009 to 2019. In that time he presented or co-presented more than 2 dozen successful workshops, ETFO Summer Academy Courses and OTF webinars on inquiry learning from Toronto to Peterborough to Sudbury and online.
In 2010-2011, 2016-17 and 2017-18 he led 3 Ontario Ministry of Education Teacher Learning & Leadership Program projects including The 2011 Essential Ontario Curriculum Companion (Grade 3) Planning Tool with Staci Smith and Cathy Manias-Fiddler.
Mr. Schroeter is also the author of Chapter 9 of Teaching For Deep Understanding: An ETFO Curriculum Resource Compilation, published online by ETFO in 2013, The Nelson Kindergarten Workbook (2018) for the home market, and the KPRDSB and MKN's digital resource, 55 Activities Promoting Spatial Visualization and Orientation (2019).
He has also won four awards in the Canadian National One-Act Playwright Competition for his young audience historical plays.
|Workshop presenter fee - half day (3 hours) + expenses||$500.00|
|Workshop presenter fee - full day (6 hours) + expenses||$1,000.00|
How much does it cost?
Presenters are compensated at the rate of $500 for a 3-hour, half-day workshop and $1,000 for the full-day. This includes release time (not required during July and August). There is a 50% cancellation fee if the workshop is cancelled without a 30-day written notice.
Contact me directly to arrange a time and date for your workshop.
How far in advance do you have to arrange the workshop?
You must submit your request at least 30 days before the scheduled date of your workshop.
What other costs are your responsible for?
The fee covers presenter costs related to release time, planning, and presenting. You will also have to cover the presenter's travel, meals-in-transit, and accommodations.
How many people do you need?
The workshops are designed for a maximum of 30 participants and a minimum of ten.
What other work will the local have to do?
The local responsibilities are:
arrange for the room in which the workshop will be held;
advertise the workshop among your local membership;
establish and track a sign-up sheet;
confirm the final number of participants and e-mail the information to the presenter;
print and distribute handouts and read the ETFO Human Rights Statement to the participants;
organize room set-up and help the presenter with any AV materials or other special needs;
welcome the presenter and participants, and attend the entire workshop to ensure everyone’s needs are met; and
Where can you get further information?