Tag Archives: Student Work

Learning to Code Using Hopscotch – Engaging, Purposeful, & Challenging Learning

What is coding? I didn’t know much about it either prior to December of 2014.  I learned that it is another language and knowing how it works will open up a lot of possibilities for my students and our classroom. … Continue reading

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1 Genius Thing We Did in Our Class This Year

This is a post long in the works and one that has seen many different versions prior to me pressing the publish button.  I hope you enjoy. This past year I shared with my grade 7 students an exciting and … Continue reading

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Engaged Learners Share Learning about Artists Using Technology

The Artist Biography Projects the AWESOME students in Division 3 undertook gave them freedom to choose any artist they wished to research and learn about. The project was split into two parts. The first section included learning and documenting specific information about … Continue reading

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