She has a wealth of ideas, which she communicates clearly, effectively and with her unique brand of humour.
Carole Freynet-Gagné has built a solid background of knowledge in an array of fields, drawing on a multidisciplinary approach and fueled by her love of language. She is often asked to provide educational and language-based consulting services to federal and provincial agencies, educational associations, publishers, school divisions and a variety of teaching institutions.
Carole is known for her boundless energy and creativity. As a specialist in language training and cultural leadership, she helps design and develop a wide range of programs as well as teacher training.
With an infectious sense of humour all her own, Carole knows exactly where she is going and what she wants to achieve.
Language, culture, identity… Carole shares her love of the French language and culture through her consulting services in the areas of identity building, workshop leadership and language training. Whether it is to develop innovative teaching ideas, design training programs, or deliver presentations, Carole has a wealth of ideas, which she communicates clearly and effectively, using just the right examples to illustrate her ideas.
Click on the links below to view some of the projects Carole has worked on:
|Identity Building and Language Education|
|Kanata, je suis ici — Apprentissage Illimité|
|Semer, cultiver, récolter — Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)|
|Carrefour, an oral communication project for the Franco-Manitoban School Division (DSFM)|
|Voir grand, c’est élémentaire — Canadian Teachers’ Federation|
|CMEC’s nation-wide project on cultural references|
|Customized Development and Training|
|Legal terminology training – Centre canadien de français juridique|
|Art, Social Studies and Science Curriculum (in French) – Bureau de l’éducation française|
|À vous Collection – Université de Saint-Boniface|
|Course on the Language Industry - Université de Saint-Boniface|
|Facilitation and training for the Odyssey program – CMEC|
|Guest speaker – ÉFM, several school divisions, ACELF, Canadian Heritage|
|Train-the-trainer sessions on the active offer of French language services – Conseil communauté en Santé (CCS)|
|Training for FSL (French as a Second Language) teachers – Université de Saint-Boniface|
|ACELF (Canadian association of French language education)|
|ANIM — Manitoba’s bilingual trade agency|
|Bureau de l’éducation française|
|Centre canadien de français juridique|
|Centre canadien de leadership en éducation|
|Centre de la francophonie des Amériques|
|Conseil communauté en santé|
|CMEC — Council of Ministers of Education, Canada|
|DSFM — Franco-Manitoban School Division|
|ÉFM — Éducatrices et éducateurs francophones du Manitoba|
|Louis Riel School Division|
|St. Boniface Health Centre|
|Université de Saint-Boniface|
Natalie Labossière, B.Ed., is active in the areas of education and culture as a consultant specializing in train-the-trainer sessions and designing and developing teaching and training programs. Known across Canada, she works with provincial Education departments, publishers, school boards and educational associations. She recently developed a series of teaching materials on building cultural identity, francization and oral communication for Canadian francophone communities.
As a multidisciplinary artist, Natalie’s educational approach draws on her broad stage experience as a puppeteer and in television productions. Over the years, she has built a solid reputation as a dynamic and personable trainer who is sensitive to the needs of the various communities.
With more than 20 years of facilitating experience, Mariette combines the practical with pleasure by making learning fun. This energetic, vibrant and passionate speaker knows that humour and an imaginative approach are key to engaging audiences and getting a message across.
Mariette specializes in developing, coordinating and leading fun and motivating training sessions. She recently coordinated the Out of the Blue/Jasons des blues mental health awareness campaign and was a reporter for Radio-Canada’s television youth program Toutes directions. A forward-thinking facilitator with a gift for making people laugh, Mariette never fails to communicate her love and passion for her language, culture and life in the broadest sense of the word.