NEXTSchool: Bringing Student Insights to the Forefront
On the blog: Do Board Games Have a Place in Education?
This week, we explore the possibility of using modern board games in the classroom with a post by guest blogger Matt Pinchuk. These aren't your grandma's board games, and the new dynamics present in many popular games today may provide new ways of improving student engagement, empathy, and understanding in the classroom.
Do Board Games Have a Place in Education? Go to site
Job Posting: Project Coordinator Provincial Resource Team, CLC Initiative
Community Learning Centre (CLC) schools are implementing a community school approach to school-community improvement. This is a Maternity Leave replacement position for a Project Coordinator who will be responsible for offering support and professional development opportunities to CLC School and school board teams, as well as to the network at large. The Project Coordinator will also be responsible for supporting the development of provincial and local partnerships, which support the growth of the CLC network.
Consult the full job posting for more details Go to page
On the blog, "Inside Birding: How community partnerships can ignite student curiosity"
Our schools are richer places because of the community connections made. Read all about a classroom and their newfound love of birding, thanks to the passion of a community partner - and blogger Ben Loomer:
Check out the way the class used technology and suggest other ways that technology could be deployed in this type of project!
Teacher Appreciation – There’s More to Teaching Than What Happens in the Classroom!
Teacher Appreciation Week on the LEARN Blog
Watch it again: Helping your child transition to CEGEP Facebook Live Event
Sur le blogue : La ludopédagogie
Nous ne cessons pas de jouer parce que nous sommes vieux; nous devenons vieux parce que nous cessons de jouer. George Bernard Shaw
Après avoir assisté à un atelier donné par Geneviève Ducharme et Emilie Laquerre sur la ludopédagogique, j’étais tellement emballée que j’ai décidé de vous partager leur excellent travail. Je les ai donc invitées à répondre à mes questions.