Learning Beyond the Brick Walls
This project was undertaken to explore nature and to increase our knowledge and use of the outdoors and our local conservation area with our FDK program. We wanted to implement changes to the physical space and gather outdoor teaching resources.
Keyword(s):forest, kindergarten, learning, nature, outdoor
Math Continuum Development
A two-year math learning continuum was built to support educators while planning and assessing, responding to students’ needs and the differentiation of instruction, all while keeping in mind the developmental readiness of students in kindergarten.
Keyword(s):continuum, kindergarten, math
Through the creation of a Staff Wellness Committee, activities were planned to promote staff well-being to educate staff on the importance of overall wellness with the idea that staff well-being has a direct impact on student well-being and success.
Keyword(s):mental health, staff, student success, well being, wellness
Traditional Algonquin Knowledge and Wellness for Newcomers and Their Teachers
Our project focused on how teachers of Adult ESL courses can integrate traditional knowledge and realities of Anishinabeg (Algonquin) on whose territory they teach. This focus on wellness was applied to curriculum that meets MOE Expectations for ESL.
Keyword(s):anishinabeg, esl, first nations, traditional knowledge, well being