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Trevor MacKenzie
Family man, teacher, learner, outdoor enthusiast. Teacher in . Author of published by . blogger
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Replying to @EdTechHelper
It's one of my favourites!!
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Replying to @KindyNick
February! We'll be releasing details in the coming months :) Thanks for the support. I'm sure you'll love it!
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You'll love it Marilyn!!
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Marilyn McAlister Nov 21
Just got the book. I was floored to see in the review. Love the list of digital & analog supplies. Can't wait to try something new. ❤️
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Thanks Sylvia! Email sent 😀
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Trevor MacKenzie Nov 22
READ: our essential question How Do We tell Stories? Why Are Stories Important?
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Dana Bjornson Nov 21
Snowball Math today. Write 1 q on paper (x3) Make 3 snowballs. 2 minute fight. Collaboratively solve your snowballs that are land in your end. Pass completed balls around for all to proof. Hand in!
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Annieville Kinders Nov 21
Can you name the lines you found in the forest last week? Using Pic Collage to add our thinking to our picture documentation.
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MindShift Nov 21
One way to get at the HOW of changing up traditional learning structures
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Melissa Armstrong Nov 21
Connecting math, visual arts & well being: Jackson Pollock-inspired collaborative art as we focus on process over product. Thinking about colours, movement, how it makes us feel
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Dr. Kenneth L. Bowen 6 Aug 16
If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Dr. Wayne Dyer
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Mark Chubb Nov 21
In math, all Ss should be able to answer a variety of problem types on any given topic. While every Ss should be able to do same problems, they will likely demonstrate understanding in varied ways, BUT our Qs need to be open enough to allow for this to happen!
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Mark Chubb Nov 21
We are best at offering Differentiated assessment opportunities in writing class: -we give everyone the same prompt, and everyone does something completely different with it. Now we just have to figure out how to do this in other subjects!
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Rethink Thinking Nov 20
"Children come into the world biologically designed to educate themselves." — Peter Gray, PhD. We couldn't agree more. Kids flourish when they're given space & support to pursue their own learning.
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Janice Novakowski Nov 20
How do materials inspire mathematical thinking? Using clay in The Studio at to play with the idea of decomposing 3D shapes
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Karen MacKinnon Nov 20
What is Explorations? A chance to explore our wonders and passions
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Mr. Dyck Nov 21
Grade 7s creating angles with only paper folding and then justifying the measures.
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