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Taryn BondClegg Sep 13
When the Gr4 team realized their initial central idea wasn’t quite right, what did they do!? Shared that thinking w/ learners and invited them to come up with a stronger central idea to capture the big ideas that have developed throughout their inquiry
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Andria Visser 3h
Parent Coffee Morning: The Enhanced PYP.
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Taryn BondClegg Sep 14
It’s a pleasure to support an team that is willing to take risks and try new things to respect and make space for learners in the design and ongoing reflection of their UOI
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Trevor MacKenzie 20h
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Rob Marsden Sep 12
Teacher goal to involve Ss in the assessment process. Our class created a rubric today for our project on energy advancement. Ss worked collaboratively to define the learning outcomes.. Hoping this will increase self motivation and sense of self-efficacy! .
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Ajman Academy PYP Sep 12
Today’s in Grade 1 with Ms. Adele. Sharing their knowledge about transportation system!
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Kelly Sirginnis Sep 12
THIS child-centered, interdisciplinary, problem-based, hands-on, real-world, content-rich, outside, floor-sitting, connected classroom devoid of rows & mult.choice & contrived lessons is exactly what I want for my son. What I want for every child. is where he belongs.
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Glen Radojkovich 5h
Sometimes breaking it down brings clarity...
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Taryn BondClegg Sep 14
Hey community. Our Primary Leadership Team at is inquiring into our learning community- specifically inviting and involving parents/guardians in their child’s learning. What are the most creative+successful ways you’ve made this happen?
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Ellen Rogers 11h
Attention all teachers wanting a great science read aloud! Our librarian has written a stunning book about dormancy in nature. This book would be perfect to launch inquiry into plant and animal adaptations or behaviors with students.
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Glen Radojkovich 4h
Delving into conversations on concepts this week. Respecting students, providing time for their voice in developing their inquiries.
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Chantelle Parsons Sep 14
Rain did not stop play in the mud kitchen this week
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Rachel Sep 12
After facing some writer’s block as we rewrote our central idea, the kinder team found inspiration in our pledge to . 🎉 IB = integration
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Kanako Suwa 🇯🇵🇹🇼🇺🇸🇻🇳 7h
“We need to foster a widespread awareness that some of the current climate may be having counter-productive effects in the classroom, as put by Maryellen Weimer” - Learners in the Driving Seat
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Ilmesters Academy Sep 13
Fascination in nursery! Primary Colors🌈
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Int. Sch. of Uganda Sep 13
Grade 3 have been learning that we don't all need to be the same in order to be a community. We have been getting to know each other and finding out how we are connected. Mr Todd joined us for this and we found out he likes cake just like nearly all the class!
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Shannon Brennan Sep 12
Blessed with some of the best!
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Amity Global School Sep 13
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Cian Salleh Matta 17h
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Sarah Titus Sep 14
Ss go back into the ‘pit’ as they develop their understanding of input/output machines with double functions
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