Monthly Archives: March 2014

Microsoft Global Forum: Day 3

Day 3 was a unique day at the Microsoft Global Forum.  Educators from around the world were put into international teams of 4-6 people to work together.  Our goal was to create a learning activity that we could do with … Continue reading

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Microsoft Global Forum: Day 2 Reflection

Day 2 of the forum began early Wednesday morning with Team Canada breakfast, followed by opening remarks and a keynote presentation. Anthony Salcito delivered an engaging keynote, which we really enjoyed and we heard many points that resonated with us. … Continue reading

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Microsoft Global Forum: Day 1

On Tuesday, our day started with 7AM Team Canada breakfast, followed by conference registration and team pictures! Photo credit: Kate Taylor Next, we set up our Little Hands Extended display. Our brand new Microsoft Surfaces  were waiting for us at … Continue reading

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Day 2 in Barcelona

We wanted to experience more of Barcelona, so we took a big walk on Monday once we were better rested. We saw many beautiful buildings, historical places and went on a food tour.  Our favorite area was the Gothic Quarter. … Continue reading

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2014 Microsoft Global Forum: We’ve Arrived!

Mrs. Devon Caldwell and I were selected to be a part of Team Canada at this year’s Microsoft Global Forum.  We are in Barcelona, Spain for the week for this special event, which focuses on recognizing innovative teachers and schools, … Continue reading

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Students Reflect on our Olympics Project

                   

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Reflecting on another Successful Project

Although reflection is an ongoing part of the project based learning model in our classroom, I want to take time at the end of this special Olympics project to think about the learning and teaching involved.  Some reflections from my … Continue reading

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