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Music Is Not My Strongest Subject But… Of all the curricular content I teach as an elementary school educator, music is likely my weakest subject
Playing math games encourages strategic thinking, flexible problem solving and computational fluency. Teachers depend on game play in classrooms to provide opportunities for repetitive practice
In this workshop teachers, educational assistants, school councillors and other district personnel are invited to broaden their understanding of how a school garden can be used like any other classroom.
This full day workshop provides a clear plan forward for Westcoast school gardens. Practical tips and tricks are shared with inspirational stories of school garden transformations.
So this is new to me! For a class on action research with Dr. Cynthia Nicol, I’ve been asked to think about how I might
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Playdough is surprisingly entertaining for kids of all ages. Adding lavender playdough as a sensorial play opportunity in the school garden becomes a delightful way to integrate student learning and
In British Columbia we are working with a revised curriculum that is practically written to be taught outdoors! The big ideas and curricular content of seasonal change is required teaching
Did you know that by labelling your kid’s stuff, you are teaching them valuable pre-literacy skills? (This post contains affiliate links for your convenience!) Environmental print is a term used to describe
What a fun night with colleagues from the Niagara District School Board! Thank you to all who joined in on our first session of the series. The session was framed