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Donna Indrakumaran
Passionate Playmaker. OCT. Reggio Inspired through playful inquiry.
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Jodie Williams Dec 8
Renowned artist Isaac Murdoch works with Brampton and Mississauga schoolchildren through language of art
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Donna Indrakumaran Dec 5
Replying to @MrsKJKhan
so happy to see all the things you are putting into practice!
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Miss. Carey & Ms. Pecoraro’s FDK Nov 5
Discussing play, pedagogy, inquiry, documentation and planning with FDK colleagues at today’s inservice! 🤗📝
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A. Sousa Nov 18
Learning in Kindergarten is child-centred. In play-based learning, educators, children, and family members collaborate to support children’s learning.
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Miss. Carey & Ms. Pecoraro’s FDK Nov 18
Day 2 of the Kindergarten Inservice ✌️As educators we are called to be reflective practitioners. Great day spent with fellow FDK educators discussing how we can best meet our students needs, inquiries, wonder, creativity, passion and learning in our classrooms.
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Donna Indrakumaran Dec 4
After 3 days of sharing our pedagogy - my heart is full of hope. How do we elevate the child in our school communities? We must begin with the child. Thankful to all the educators who came to the session with an open mind and open heart.
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 25
Replying to @DPTechTeam @DP_math
Lots of 1:1 counting - count the number of squares then program Bee-Bot with the same number to have her move to that location - coding Bee-Bot to travel to different sizes of stacking dolls. The children are adding turns.
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Nov 22
Advocating for an OCT and DECE team in every classroom. Our children deserve nothing less.
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José Vilson Nov 23
A reminder that our students aren’t a 1 or a 4. They achieved a 1 or a 4 on a snapshot assessment. They’re fully complicated human beings worthy of our best efforts, regardless of that assessment.
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 22
Replying to @DPTechTeam @DP_math
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 22
Coding Bee-Bot to visit places in our neighbourhood after reading Last Stop on Market Street. Intro to the 15cm x 15cm grid today.
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 21
Last Stop on Market Street❤️❤️❤️ The children loved it. So proud of all the work that went into this project
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 20
Replying to @ComboniFDK @MrsBadura
Thank you for the kind messages - the children loved every detail including the rainbow tape.
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DP_MATH Nov 20
, TY 4 sharing ur mathematicians' explorations thru fun w/ 'Bumble'! So much learning! K teams: We invite u to join in & share using the hashtag . & r loving all the activity in the "hive." ✅ out DPBeeBot SharePoint too 👍
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 20
Replying to @MsAdusei @MTClife
We were dancing to the beat in Kinder!
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 20
Replying to @DPTechTeam @DP_math
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 20
Bee-Bot fun. Before we introduce a grid, children are practicing one-to-one counting when pressing the coding arrows on ‘Bumble’. They built a structure and tried to estimate how far Bumble needs to travel to knock it down!
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 19
Story Workshop using The Little Hummingbird. “The little hummingbird had water on her back.”
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 19
NTIP session 2 - lots more collaboration as we build relationships with each other, materials, and our understanding of our journey in raleion to the Kjndergarten Program.
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Donna Indrakumaran Nov 19
Replying to @Rm19FairviewKs
We noticed this worm today. So many questions and theories! “He wiggled up into the snow!”
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