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Marcus Blair Sep 15
Heading into this semester, I had two specific pedagogical goals for my Philosophy 12 debut. I wanted to both infuse authentic inquiry into the course and I wanted to make the course as relevant to students as possible. I believe this assignment does both.
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MsVelazquezG Sep 18
Agency lets our students express their feelings, ideas&dreams. After researching facts about 🇲🇽, Aylin took a few moments to express her feelings about her home country. It’s amazing to see them interact with critical information and make it their own💕
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Hafsa Quadri 13h
Culture is an important part of our . Students interviewed their parents and were fascinated to know about their culture. They also inquired about cultural mistakes their parents have made in other countries and enacted them.
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Matt Vogel Sep 17
Construction is collaborative and also social-emotional work- one boy : “When I got angry I calmed my body down and kept building. I kept going.”
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Elevate Books 19h
👍👍Get the right book for your needs ✅Dive into Inquiry Middle and High School ✅Inquiry Mindset for Elementary and Middle 💙💙Inquiry For the Win 💙💙
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ʟɪɴᴅsᴀʏ ᴡᴇsɴᴇʀ Sep 18
A brilliant day of with Grade 6 teachers from The Grove Primary. I can’t wait to see this unit unfold in your classrooms! Shoutout to & for the planning strategy inspiration!
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Ms.Dahmer'sVoyagers Sep 18
Slowly adding personal touches to our learning space; our version of a wonder wall! Can’t wait to watch students add their curiosities to this wall and have a chance to explore those wondering this year!
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Suparna Mitra Sep 19
Loads of excitement in grade 4 today! We had set up experiment centres to explore and understand animal adaptations.
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Kieran Sep 17
Encouraging students to follow their ideas and see where they may go in 2nd grade!
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MsVelazquezG Sep 17
Utilizing informational text to compare and contrast, draw conclusions, understand the function of non-fiction text features and compare our local community to a global perspective. Students loved this activity!
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Wilshire Library 20h
These young K students took an active role in their structures & building by independently choosing the texts that they need in their classroom to support their learning.
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Katie Stears Sep 18
Curiosity and excitement were evident on our living things hunt
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Alison Keller Sep 14
Soft Starts have been a simple and transformational shift (from morning work) that helps us build a joyful culture for thinking and inquiry where kids know their choices and voices are important from the first moments of their day...
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Brittney Merryweather Sep 17
Their questions are getting so much better!!!
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Maia Bassett Sep 12
In a learning space there is this synergy of simultaneous of what children wonder and what I wonder they wonder. I can’t wait to see what happens in our new table...
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Trevor MacKenzie Sep 16
Tag a 🌟⭐️SUPER HERO⭐️🌟teacher librarian who makes a difference for you!!
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David Gostelow Sep 16
Rising water levels and water management are major problems of our times. The solutions and skills to be able to solve the problems can begin in the sandpit.
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Miss Presslak Sep 16
Students created identity maps showcasing their favorite things about themselves. We then went around the room and made connections. Some of us learned as many as 20 new things about our classmates!
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Derrick Kunsman Sep 17
Mr. Steward’s 6th grade science class exploring the uniqueness of water and energy transfer using a balloon and a flame.
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MsField Sep 17
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