Recently, a friend responded to my blog post on curriculum integration, asking two important questions- Where do I begin? And, how do I naturally pique curiosity for the purpose of [...]
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You STREAM, I STREAM, We all STREAM...What is STREAM? STEM Education for the purpose of Curriculum Integration Acronyms are commonplace in education, but when it comes to curriculum integration, one [...]
Designing the Learning Environment : Why students, pedagogy and critical reflection should come firstrcannone2019-08-25T15:09:04+00:00
Here we are again, on the brink of a new school year and for many teachers, this means that preparations are well underway for a classroom transformation of sorts. Although [...]
“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” -Albert Einstein https://youtu.be/M6AHcHxLpxc I recently visited the Ontario Science Centre to visit Andy Forest, co-founder of STEAMLabs, a non-profit community makerspace, where people [...]
“Design is not just what it looks like; Design is how it works.” - Steve Jobs https://youtu.be/0bTKK7yKJpI Meet Zelia Capitao Tavares, an Elementary Teacher currently teaching Grade 4, [...]
Make a real impact with the "10-year challenge" The “10-year challenge” is the latest trend to fill up social media pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Side-by-side collages featuring a [...]
My classroom, the newsroom Everyday is a different day in the world of news. From accidents to major announcements, weather notices and world-wide events, there’s always something to be shared. [...]
On cultivating curiosity in the classroom When I first started as a teacher, I struggled with implementing an effective three-part lesson plan - specifically, one that would have a strong [...]
Science education in elementary and secondary schools has provided students with opportunities to question and explore the complex world in which we live. In the context of Science education, “our [...]