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Structured Inquiry: Not a Bad Way to Begin the Semester

The response to this #inquiryed graphic has been amazing! Thank you everyone! #edchat #inquiry #bcedchat #21stedchat pic.twitter.com/ptuxFaY1Ok — Trevor MacKenzie (@trev_mackenzie) April 26, 2016 I learned so much more about inquiry thanks to my students in first semester; their willingness … Continue reading

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Challenging Assumptions: Classroom Design

I love having conferences with my students, but my set-up needs work. Any suggestions? #TLLP #DiveIntoInquiry @925East #SGDSB pic.twitter.com/ovLJY0ogOT — Colleen Rose (@ColleenKR) January 19, 2017 Conferences have always been a part of my interactions with students, but I can’t … Continue reading

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#EarthToParis

  How can artists communicate their concerns about global warming?  How can we use materials to effectively share a critical message?   Do we rely on artists to represent the concerns of humanity?     Grade 11 & 12 students … Continue reading

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The Value of Value

Grade 9 students learned about value today.  In art, value is the lightness or darkness of a colour or tones. After watching the introductory video, we began to look at the art of Baroque artists Caravaggio & Gentileschi. We discussed the … Continue reading

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