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Trevor MacKenzie 56m
Thrilled to host and in my classroom today discussing all things , collaboration, and learning. Feeling fortunate for the power of the PLN and the landscape of education in BC!!
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Trevor MacKenzie Jun 13
Check out our Structured Planning Tool to help you take some intentional steps into unit planning for personalization!
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ImogenMcLennan 14h
So excited that this just arrived ! Can’t wait to read it.
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Southridge Kindies 1 49m
Jackson loved Ms.Loupos' boat challenge! He added a flat bottom to make his canoe "more sturdy" and then tested his creation. Later he added a flag and all the members of his family.
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Southridge Kindies 1 6h
While releasing our painted lady butterflies on Friday we had the opportunity to look at them up close and examine the markings on their wings. Seeing them fly off for the first time was magical! πŸ›πŸ¦‹πŸ”Ž
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Aaron Larsen 14h
A new tool for Heritage perhaps? I'm loving the fact that this site find prevalence of names around the world and gives the geographic data.
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Futurum Global 7h
authorities in Britain have launched an internal after unsafe medicines for common conditions were stolen from Italian hospitals, sold to UK pharmacies and potentially reached .
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Southridge Kindies 1 7h
We released 3 of our painted lady butterflies on Friday! Our students were so excited and very respectful of throughout the process. We hope to see them again while visiting our space. πŸ›πŸ¦‹
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Emily Diotte 21m
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David Tong Jun 16
Taking in some thought-provoking ideas at the Interplanetary Festival.
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Hedgucational Resources 18h
The bottom line is that old school history instruction is boring for most students !!
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St. Martin Mustangs 23h
Grade 3s teaching the Grade 1s how to play their Probability games.
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Southridge Kindies 1 5h
Today Wolfie asked: Do you like chrysalises? He shared, "I like monarch chrysalises cause they're light greenish." Aarav said, "I like chrysalises cause they turn to butterflies!" A great connection to the learning happening in our classroom. πŸ›πŸ¦‹
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Southridge Kindies 1 5h
Over the weekend a new chrysalis formed in our terrarium. Wolfie suggested that perhaps it happens while we're not at school because they like quiet. Addison & Neva were excited to draw their observations and watch the caterpillars crawling. πŸ›πŸ¦‹πŸ”Ž
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MsWiddifield'sClass 4h
Building our 3D models of the various human organ systems
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Sarah O'Connor 4h
The students had so much fun creating shadow pictures this morning during outdoor pod!
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Mr. Carrotte 19h
This week the grade 2 Ss presented their projects. The Ss have improved their oral communication skills so much since September! πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬πŸŒŽπŸ’¬
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Ruth Rosenau Jun 15
Here you go .... we aren’t going to be quiet, we won’t go away, we want some truth and justice for
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Bartholomew Miller Jun 12
How can and in education combine to empower learners and teachers? That's the driving question of my upcoming Twitter chat, 'Inquiry Going Digital!', on Monday, June 17 at 12:00 UTC.
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Lars Jefferson Jun 14
Boat parade for recycled materials races at XLIS.
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