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Everything i know about exponents – Alex's Blog

<b>1) Represent repeated multiplication with exponents</b><p>To represent repeated multiplication with exponents you tale the multiplication ex. (2x2x2x2) you …

biodiversity project

Curriculum and Resources

Developed in response to the call by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada for age-appropriate education materials about Indian …

What is Project of Heart? | Project of Heart

Project of Heart” is an inquiry based, hands-on, collaborative, inter-generational, artistic journey of seeking truth about the history of Aboriginal …

First Peoples Principles of Learning

This site is created to help educators in British Columbia understand how they might incorporate the <b>First Peoples Principles of Learning (FPPL)</b> into …

First Nations Principles of Learning

Dungeon of Bones (Scratch Project) – Aidan's Edublog

<b>Description:</b><p>You are trapped in a dungeon filled with skeletons that are ready to kill you. Use the WASD keys to move and the arrows keys to aim and …

Grade 9 Cody Scratch | Cody's Blog

I learned how to use Scratch in one week. The purpose of my game is to dodge crabs and beat the final boss known as the Wolverine Crab. I made my …

IT10 Scratch Project – Connor's Blog

IT 10, Uncategorized<p>My game is The Doomed Blue Cat, you are the blue cat, trying to make it to the escape before you are caught by the fast moving, …

Explore Antarctica! | Julie's Blog

<b>Plants</b><p>The majority of the Antarctic continent is covered by permanent ice and snow which leaves less than 1% of available space for colonisation by …

Biome Project – 2015 – Maggie's Blog

Tropical Rainforests in South America<p>Table of Contents:<p>1. Meterology and Geography – Kaitlyn Malcic<p>2. Botany – Irina Petrova<p>3. Zoology – Maggie …

Critical Pedagogy 3rd Ed - Practicing Pedagogy Patiently

3 Perspectives on Pedagogy<p>Introduction<p>The watercolor, which is posted below, comes directly from <i>Critical pedagogy: Notes from the real world</i>, 2005, …

OECD Core Principles for Learning Environments

First Peoples Principles of Learning

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Intro to BC’s Redesigned Curriculum

Student Engagement In Canadian Schools Dr. Douglas Willms

What did you do in school today article

The Educated Citizen – Do We Have it Right?

Over the last two weeks, I have had the opportunity to be a part of several conversations on the question of “What do we want to see, or expect to …

One teacher's comparison of the Science IRP (2006) with the BC Transformed Curriculum

Connections-based Learning

YouTube

21st Century Learning

Core Competencies

English Revolution Significant Events Time Line | Giovana's Blog

<b>English Civil War</b><p><i>Causes</i><p>Charles not ruling according to the law is the cause most responsible for the English Civil War. King Charles did not believe …

Currents from the kitchen | Hannah's Blog

In our experiment we used a lemon, an orange and a potato to try and power an led light bulb.<p>1. A complete circuit will produce electron flow.<p>2. To …

Electricity Mind Map | Tessa's Blog

QUESTIONS<p>1. What kind of energy is lightning?<p>2. What is the fastest way electricity travels?<p>3. Are energy and electricity the same exact thing?<p>4. Why …

Currents From The Kitchen – Molly's Blog

Currents in the Kitchen<p>Observation: During this experiment, we noticed that it is possible to create electricity with fruits or vegetables. The items …

Space Learning With Tanya Harrison | Tessa's Blog

This is me asking Tanya my question: Which rover were you most involved with?<p>She answered with: I was most involved with the Curiosity rover.<p>This is …

poco-opolis | Michael's Blog