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PEF Nigeria 3h
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Dierdre Baker 2h
Spending my Sunday curating my notes and resources from So many new ideas and tools to explore! I can’t wait to bring these to and !
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Caroline Cannon, Ph.D. Oct 18
It’s reading buddy time!!
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Greg Du Bois (WMAS Paramedic) 9h
If your arteries, veins and capillaries were laid out end to end, they would measure 62,137 miles (100,000 kilometers). That’s nearly enough to stretch two and a half times around the planet!
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A-WOM Oct 20
One teacher at a time!!
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Armstrong Elementary 5h
Happy numbers= happy students
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Thomas Cavanaugh 5h
Ryan and the rain simulation. His hypothesis was that it would overflow, instead the food coloring went through the shaving cream and into the water and looked like it was raining in the cup.
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Tanya 26m
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Joanna Brookes Oct 19
All about bats! We read a book about them and wrote down facts they learned. They picked 3 facts and made a flipbook that I of course hung upside down
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Angela Dillaman Oct 19
Serious thinkers today! I love QSSSA for many reasons. This pic is one reason. When students know the answer they give a signal. Today: Pirate Patch. This is a safe risk taking teaching method where students can dialogue with their peers and learn.
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Caroline Cannon, Ph.D. Oct 18
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Yvonne Chun Oct 16
Robots taking over and doing a good job. Better start learning new skills now 🤓
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Helen Edwards Oct 20
A highlight of . Learning about birch bark canoes and how they are made.
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Megan Scott Oct 17
Halloween Parade Practice! We are so excited to show our families our program!
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calgarychristian Oct 17
Grade six students speaking to our admin! Active citizenship and democracy at work in the classroom. They did an excellent job of presenting their case, so articulate and thought-filled.
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Mrs. Wiebe’s Class Oct 20
CKLA letter sounds ghost bowling from our Booktober Fest Literacy Night on Thursday.
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Pc Jed Raven 1h
A pre warrant picture! Pc HYAM was very excited! She wasn’t wearing her hat so borrowed mine! I decided for some extra headwear! Overall a fantastic team effort, learning was done, targets arrested and fun was had! All in a days work!
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BISB Oct 19
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Tricia Richardson 9h
Makerspace-after reading and learning about spiders, students built webs that could catch bugs from standing 5 ft away. So fun!
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Donna Kane Oct 20
Love it when a plan starts coming together... after a great start using T4W with Snail and the Whale, my y2 children are so excited about our topic for next half term after spotting the formation of a new working wall!
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