Kindergarten Inquiry in the Outdoor Classroom
We promoted inquiry learning in kindergarten by using natural materials to create provocations in the outdoor classroom. We examined ways to help children communicate their thinking and extend their explorations.
Keyword(s):inquiry, loose parts, natural materials, outdoor learning, provocations
Team Teaching Mathematics in the Intermediate Division
Explored the impact of team teaching and collaboration between teachers and between students with our 3 intermediate classes. We collaborated to deliver a rich learning environment, improve instructional strategies, and make math accessible for all.
Keyword(s):assessment, collaboration, instruction, strategies, team teaching
Developing Global Competencies in Mathematics Using Loose Parts
Using loose parts to teach mathematics to kindergarten students through inquiry to promote creativity, critical thinking and global competencies.
Keyword(s):critical thinking, global competencies, inquiry, loose parts
Using STEM (Lego Robotics EV3) to Increase Student Engagement with Students with a Mild Intellectual Disability
By using Lego Robotics EV3 kits, this project aims to increase student engagement in a special education classroom through student inquiry and project-based learning.
Keyword(s):ev3, lego robotics, special education, student engagement, student inquiry
Listening to Student Voices on Identity Safety