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French beyond the walls #fslbeyond

French beyond the walls              #fslbeyond | Ontario Edublogs | Scoop.it
Using a communicative and action-oriented approach to teaching French, we hope to put meaningful and authentic communication at the centre of all activities. Using technology, teachers and students will explore opportunities to interact with other French speakers from various sociocultural groups in real-life contexts. Join us!
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Musings from Room 207

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Musings from Room 207: A busy teacher's guide to implementing inquiry in the intermediate years.
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A SOLE Journey Through Education

A SOLE Journey Through Education | Ontario Edublogs | Scoop.it
In this blog you will find my students work using SOLE. Here’s the thing about it. Can you tell which students put the most effort into their work? Who is autistic? Who has a learning disability? Who has a behavioural issue In the class? They are all equals when it comes to SOLE.

To find out my thoughts about using SOLE go to http://mysolexperiences.blogspot.ca/.
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whatchareading

whatchareading | Ontario Edublogs | Scoop.it
I have always been asked WHAT ARE YOU READING by kids, parents and teachers. I constantly find myself talking to people about books, that is why I have started this blog. It is designed for anyone looking for some excellent books to read. Most of the books are appropriate for kids in grades 6 and up. If you have read any of these books and want to let other's know what you think, please feel free to add your ideas.
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Chasing Squirrels

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Changes in education happen frequently. With curiosity, patience, and persistence it is possible to float, calmly in the ambiguity of change, as long as we remain mindful of the ways change affects us. It takes effort to manage our wellness; planned o
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