Dare to Explore: I Met an Astronaut!

Words cannot express how excited I am to be sharing this picture! Recently, I had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in a launch event at the University of Ottawa as part of my new role with Let's Talk Science. At this event, Let's Talk Science and the Canadian Space Agency brought together some very lucky... Continue Reading →

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Canadian STEM Femme

When a friend from my graduate studies reached out to ask if I would be willing to write a short post on Canadian STEM Femmes, I jumped at the opportunity! It's an amazing space for Canadian women to share their experiences working in science, technology, engineering and math. Check out my full post here!

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Design Thinking

During our most recent professional development day, my superstar NTIP mentor Jennifer King introduced us to the concept of design thinking and how it can be implemented and assessed in the classroom. Design thinking allows students to make an impact with design, and is rooted in empathy as we use design to create meaningful change for the user (Stanford d.school, 2017).... Continue Reading →

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Differentiation in the Classroom Using Hapara Workspace

Hapara workspace is a technology tool that works wonders in terms of providing opportunities for differentiation in the classroom. Hapara workspaces are online collaborative learning environments where students can work at their own pace through a wide variety of learning tasks. Students are able to review learning goals, access resources, complete individual learning tasks, collaborate... Continue Reading →

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Supporting English Language Learners

After reading a timely post by Cult of Pedagogy's Jennifer Gonzalez entitled "12 Ways to Support English Learners in the Mainstream Classroom," I wanted to learn more about how the Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB) welcomes and supports English Language Learners to their schools.  The OCSB's website is excellent, and they have links to various... Continue Reading →

Indigenous Education in Ontario

As a student, I was never made aware of the history of residential schools in Canada until university. University! It was so shocking to me that I went through twelve grades in the public education system in Ontario without ever learning this part of Canada’s history. After first learning about it, I become more motivated... Continue Reading →

Teaching Symposium 2017

As the final capstone to our Teacher Education program at the University of Ottawa, we had the opportunity to choose from a selection of workshops over the course of a two-day Teaching Symposium. This conference allowed teacher candidates to learn from educators in the field, leading researchers in education, and community partners supporting education through... Continue Reading →

OCSB Learning Technologies SummIT 2017

Today, I had the chance to participate in the OCSB Learning Tech Department's 2017 SummIT. As we congregated in the Learning Commons of Immaculata High School for the morning welcome, I was struck by the energy and enthusiasm of the teachers in the room. In addition, all of the presenters for the day were classroom... Continue Reading →

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