Documentation of Math – Specifically Spatial Relations
Understanding Spatial Reasoning in kindergarten.
Keyword(s):four frames, kindergarten, pedagogical, spatial reasoning
Using 3D and VR Technology to Enhance Social Studies and Historical Inquiry
This project explored the use of augmented and virtual reality in grades 6-8 including the use of 3D images and 360° photographs, HP Reveal and CoSpaces Edu to create virtual spaces, and the creation of an augmented reality sandbox.
Keyword(s):augmented reality, geography, history, inquiry, virtual reality
Making a Difference: Using Assessment for Learning and the Three-Part Lesson Plan to Improve Student Achievement in Math
Our project focused on the use of the three-part lesson plan, a problem-solving model, a constructivist framework and various assessment strategies to increase students’ conceptual understanding of volume, mass, displacement and capacity.
Keyword(s):capacity, displacement, grade 5, measurement, volume
Coding with Math
This project will provide resources on how to introduce and embed coding into a numeracy block. There will also be insight on how to apply the gradual release model on integrating coding through lesson planning and student assessment.
Keyword(s):coding, gradual release, math, scratch, technology
Podcasting, Triangulation and Accommodation
We used podcasts as instructional and assessment tools in English, history, geography and photography classes. Students recorded via online platforms Anchor and Soundtrap to capture rich discussions of complex issues within each discipline.
Keyword(s):critical thinking, oral communication, podcast, technology, triangulation