Indigenous History in Canada

We were lucky in our program to have a course specifically dedicated to Indigenous Education. It’s important for educators to introduce students to First Nations, Inuit and Metis cultures in Canada and the lasting impact of colonization. Not only is there an important new emphasis in the curriculum, but it will help our students better…

Hands-on Activities for Key Science Concepts

Due to some unforeseen circumstances, I wasn’t able to blog as regularly in my second semester as in my first. In spite of this, I wanted to share some examples of our in-class science activities, since many of them could easily be used to teach important science skills in a variety of grades. Below, I’ve…

Summarizing My Inquiry Into a Poster

How my Inquiry Started When I began my inquiry, I knew exactly what I wanted to learn, but I was concerned about framing it in “the right” words. For nearly a decade, I’ve worked as Education Assistant in both public and private education systems. This experience has made me extremely passionate about reaching out to children who have…

Preparing for my Passion Project

Initially, I was planning to run a prototyping workshop for my Cohort in early December when our major projects had been handed in. However, it seems that my classmates are fairly burned out from this semester, and would rather participate next semester. I’ve put the workshop on hold for now, but I will send another Facebook…