Tag Archives: SGDSB

Play: Essential for Learning

One of the most effective ways to nurture creativity is to provide an environment where artists can explore and experiment freely.  My grade 10 students were introduced to reduction printing this week, and we spent a number of classes having fun with … Continue reading

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Conditions for Learning

This one’s called “To Be A Teacher.” #newspaperblackout#blackoutpoetrypic.twitter.com/kwJIcA057p — Austin Kleon (@austinkleon) November 21, 2014   One question from yesterday’s session is still unanswered, and that bugs me.  A lot. How am I going to lead this learning when I … Continue reading

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Clay Connections

This past weekend, my daughter discovered some beautiful clay in a stream (my children call this area ‘the gully’) behind our house.  The clay is surprisingly smooth, and is easy to harvest in shallow water since it is already divided … Continue reading

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