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Ms. Williams Grade 1 Oct 16
We are learning to count high numbers by taking an inventory of objects in our classroom!
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Lindsay Langford Oct 16
Today in math, students received feedback on their bar graphs and used the suggestions to improve their work.
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Lindsay Langford Oct 16
Need convincing that providing feedback to a student works? Same student, same data displayed on a graph. One picture was taken before descriptive feedback was provided the other picture was after. The student worked on this graph independently.
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ONEderKids Oct 10
A student was beside me as I began to log in when he said, “Hey, that guy looks like me! He must be Punjabi too!”. Don’t underestimate the power of having our students’ image being valued and represented throughout.
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ONEderKids Oct 15
Sean-Lucas brought in two maps from home: a map of Canada’s Wonderland and one of Camp Spooky. Rich discussion, focused observations, thoughtful questioning. Another form of text to be deconstructed. Reading is not just about books.
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ONEderKids Oct 15
The exploration of the map of Wonderland sparked this incredibly sophisticated learning.
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ONEderKids Oct 15
Why curiosity and interest should be a focus: S states “I think Wonderland is bigger than Disneyworld.”. T suggests they research and introduces the concept of area. To represent the difference, they use Base Ten blocks. IN GRADE 1.
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Peel District School Board Oct 10
Tomorrow: A PA day for Peel elementary & secondary schools Monday: Thanksgiving Day : 😃😆🤪😜😍 Have fun sliding into the extra long weekend! See you on Tuesday!
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Whaley's Corners PS Oct 10
Just a reminder that we have a PL day tomorrow...no school for students. staff, we’ll see you in the morning!
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Natalie Hussey Oct 9
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Chris Varughese Oct 4
Thank You to all the wonderful teachers who are helping together in building our future!
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Lindsay Langford Oct 8
Ss explored different communities in Ontario. In partners, they reflected on the different characteristics of these communities, potential jobs that might be there and reasons why someone would like to live there.
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ONEderKids Oct 7
A reminder that “The Hundred is there” if we choose to see it and value it. (Poem: The Hundred Languages by Loris Malaguzzi).
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ONEderKids Oct 7
Today the students’ interest in flying their paper airplanes provided an authentic opportunity to use a number path to compare the difference between two numbers.
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Tanya Tymkiv Oct 7
TY Kate Sharp, Vickita Bhatt, & Bhumika Monroe for joining us today to share your Focus on Feedback to support our learning journey.
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Monica Simmons Oct 7
Grade 1 Ss enjoying our new 'REST' area in the music classroom.
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Lindsay Langford Oct 7
We began a mini reading unit on predicting today using the popular short stories series ‘And Then It Happened.’ Ss loved predicting what would happen next for Gordon and his group of friends.
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Ms. Middleton Oct 7
My heart is bursting listening to this radio advertisement for created by C in drama today.
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Whaley's Corners PS Oct 8
Don’t forget that we have picture day tomorrow, ...can’t wait to see your smiling faces!
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Peel District School Board Oct 6
IMPORTANT: All Peel board schools WILL BE OPEN & buses will run on Oct. 7, 2019. Before-school programs will not run tomorrow, but after-school programs will operate. Childcare programs for infants/toddlers/preschoolers will open at 8:30 a.m. RT. MORE: .
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