Category Archives: deep learning pedagogy

Hour of Code – Meaningful Learning & 6Cs

Alas, the day came when I had to bite into a chunk of learning that certainly made me shiver at the word; coding.  Yes, coding. The amazing @mraspinall has been an advocate of students coding for quite sometime.  Through viewing … Continue reading

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Getting our youngsters into politics via NPDL

As a Political Science graduate of Acadia University, I never really thought I would be applying what I learned in my 4 or so years to my middle school teaching practice. Yet, here I am, nearly 10 years later, embarking … Continue reading

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6Cs – Setting Students up For Life

Today was perhaps better than yesterday.  My class of 27 seems to truly understand the meaning of fun and grasp the concept of community without question; a teacher’s dream. This being said, I cannot wait to see my students grow … Continue reading

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Why I will not be setting up my classroom …

… at least not right away.  Why not?  Because I want my students to have a say in a collaborative fashion that tailors to their needs based on what we have.  In essence, I wish to set my students with … Continue reading

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