Monthly Archives: April 2013

Another successful student-led project!

The grade 1s held their Recycle for Good Garage Sale on April 18th & 19th.  Their goal was to raise funds to help people in Africa (through World Vision) and to help animals (through the World Wildlife Fund Symbolic Adoption … Continue reading

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Little Hands…Extended

Mrs. Caldwell and I have been very lucky to work with Microsoft Partners in Learning.  Currently, we are part of the Microsoft Expert Educator program as a result of our success at the 2012 Microsoft Partners in Learning Global Forum.  … Continue reading

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Little Hands, Big World: Lessons Learned

We were pleased to present at the Canadian Virtual Innovative Educator Forum this morning.  Unfortunately, our slides did not work, so I have posted them below as reminders of our message! 

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4 and 5 Going on 21? 21st Century Learners and the Benefits of Edugaming in Kindergarten

I was invited to contribute to Microsoft Partners in Learning Network’s Hot Topics blog on games based learning. Here’s one of my posts: As a Canadian kindergarten teacher, I spend my days immersed in the world of little people. Their … Continue reading

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Infusing Technology into Games Based Learning: It’s a Game Changer!

I was invited to contribute Microsoft Partners in Learning Network’s Hot Topics blog on Games Based Learning. Here’s one of the posts:  My first foray into games-based learning was completely…analog! Inspired by this article in NCTM’s Teaching Children Mathematics in April … Continue reading

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