STEAM in Early Primary
Develop and implement Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) activities in the kindergarten and primary classrooms that will help differentiate instruction, integrate curriculum expectations and support inquiry-based learning.
Well-Being and Achievement Along the Play-Inquiry Continuum
If we place metacognition at the centre of our practice, supporting students as they process multi-sensory experiences through play and inquiry, we can remove worry from learning and increase awareness, well-being and achievement.
Keyword(s):assessment, inquiry, metacognition, play, self-regulation
Student Success Through the Development of Self-Awareness and Self-Regulation Skills
“The Well-Being Project” provides students with a strong foundation for emotional health that focuses on the identification of emotions in oneself and others, and identifies and implements useful strategies for self-regulation and resiliency.
Keyword(s):emotional health, resiliency, self-regulation, stuart shanker, zones of regulation
Providing Purpose and Hope for Students to Enhance Well-Being
Engagement comes from understanding the purpose behind what you are doing, and being able to clearly articulate why it is personally meaningful for you. This is what we want for our students, and it comes when we provide them with purpose and hope.
Keyword(s):engagement, hope, instruction, purpose, well being
Reach for the Stars (Part 2)
Social readiness is a key factor in promoting well-being in children and directly impacts their health in all areas and success in school. As educators in early years, we desire to promote healthy relationships and social thinking with our students.
Keyword(s):early years, emotional development, mental health, social thinking