A new perspective

During today's class,  some fellow teacher education students delivered a  workshop exploring how to support blind and low vision students in inclusive classrooms. A variety of resources were provided, and I've shared some of the highlights below. What Do Blind People See? Imagining a life from a blind or low vision perspective can be challenging for people who have always had... Continue Reading →

Boats that float!

During the last week of math camp, we challenged our Mathletes to use the construction and math skills that they had been practicing to individually and economically build a boat that would float. The parameters of the challenge were simple: Goal: Using the materials from the list below, design and construct the least expensive boat possible that will float... Continue Reading →

Building bridges through collaboration

To kick off the second week at Summer Numeracy Camp, we again wanted to challenge our Mathletes with a team-building exercise that required collaboration and communication: building bridges! We began with a simple question: "What does good collaboration look, sound and feel like?" This question generated a great discussion about the skills and attitudes necessary to work... Continue Reading →

DIY: Teacher survival kit

Searching for a creative year-end gift for that awesome teacher in your (or your child's) life? Look no further! I was inspired by the 'Teacher Survival Kit' post on a blog called Tried & True (great for crafty things!). This spring, I decided to adapt the tutorial presented on that blog post to create a unique... Continue Reading →

Community mosaic

During my time on practicum, I was lucky enough to be able to participate in the grade 6 retreat. For this half-day event, all the grade 6 students and teachers travelled to Saint Bernard Parish, where they participated in a number of games and activities. My fellow student teacher and I were in charge of leading... Continue Reading →

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