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ILoveTeaching Mar 23
Even big kids love creating ocean bottles! Fun Science Monday
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ILoveTeaching Mar 9
Thank you Lily for sharing your engaging presentation on the Bermuda Triangle using .
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Ashton Fischer Nov 26
Success! Our filtration systems made the dirty water come out clear!
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Mary Beth Backewich Dec 20
Santa needs help dropping presents! Egg drop challenge challenge!
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ILoveTeaching Mar 23
Great having a Google Meet with Ss this morning discussing how we can use different platforms to stay connected and learn. Great part is you can link your meet to your Classroom. Tomorrow let’s try a literature circle and cast a Christian Meditation
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Chris Woodcroft Feb 14
Innovation Days an enormous success thanks to Ms. Nijhuis for your organization and implementation of our first
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Michael Leonard Mar 26
Today is Arts for . There are a lot a great resources on Building Beats. Give it a try and explore the Arts!
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Rolland Mar 22
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Mary Beth Backewich Dec 9
How to encourage active/ responsible citizenship 1)encourage questioning 2)show then their voice matters. During guided reading S wondered about food contamination in recycling so we called the call centre. Ss were SHOCKED.
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Jessica Collins Feb 24
Earlier this year we learned how to make stop motion videos for a contest. Now it has become our favourite way to show what we’ve learned when given choice of format for final projects.
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Jessica Collins Jan 30
Google Expeditions has definitely changed my practice for teaching science! So much fun and so REAL! We explored various body systems to get ideas for writing our creative stories about travelling through one of our body systems.
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Miss. Major Feb 18
More fun with our cardboard creations today! Students made connections to our simple machines unit using screwdrivers, screws and saws!
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Jessica Weber Nov 15
staff reflecting on innovative pedagogies while exploring carousels- Experiential Learning, Embodied Learning, and Computational Thinking.
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Justyna Knopinska Mar 23
Day #1 - Science: Exploring changes in states of matter ! Give these experiments a try! Tweet out and share your learning/ creations using !
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Ferdinand Krauss Mar 23
Using United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals we can empower students to think critically & work on solving problems holistically using comp science to make a positive impact on our environment
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Ashton Fischer Nov 12
Showing our computational thinking by battling our coded
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Dawn Butson Dec 9
Ss are creating videos to share their learning on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Ts are trying to find cross-curricular connections between the French and English classes and tying them to an innovative learning experience.
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Loretta Notten Nov 18
Inspirational presentation this evening profiling our TLLP projects - developing deeper learning competencies in mathematics and gamification and simulation in the secondary classroom
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St_Kateri_CES Nov 16
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Susan Barrett Feb 22
Congratulations on a terrific TEDx talk . Thanks for bringing innovation to education!
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