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Food for Thought: Secondary CSL Networking Dinners 2017

Do you have an appetite for change? The ideas, questions, and possibilities are endless! Join us for three evenings of focused sharing & collaboration around communicating student learning, assessment, and our current explorations in the secondary classroom! At each school-hosted evening we will: Share from teachers at each host school (5-minute learning stories from each … Continue reading

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Engaging the Digital Learner: May 2 EdTalks & Jennie Magiera

#SD36learn EdTalks: Brette Barreiros (Kindergarten Teacher) The Power of Voice: Exploring the Possibilities Carol Sirianni (Fine Arts Helping Teacher) Arts Education for Everyone Seth Young (student at Johnston Heights Secondary) IB Personal Projects: My Hoverboard Ami Kambo (English, First Nations Studies, Work Experience Teacher) Engage, Inspire, Be Vulnerable! Sharing Our Stories for Endless Possibilities in … Continue reading

2 Days to #CSLcamp36!
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2 Days to #CSLcamp36!

Good afternoon #CSLcamp36 participants! Thank you for taking the time out of your schedules to attend our two-part CSL Camp based on Open Space Technology, an approach to professional learning that brings participants together with a collective purpose in mind. Our purpose for the two days will be to unpack, ideate, and fortify a personalized action … Continue reading

What happens when kids educated in the 21st century become educators?
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What happens when kids educated in the 21st century become educators?

If you’ve ever had discussions with me about educational buzzwords,  you’ll know that I find that phrases that start with “21st century”are completely cringeworthy: 21st century learning, 21st century tools, 21st century students, etc… I would say that we’re pretty much living in the 21st century – just look around … or down at the handheld (likely … Continue reading