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Teaching Literacy is an Important Part of Science… or any Class

Guest Blog by Rhiannon Johnson. Rhiannon has taught in various Science settings. Her current role is collaboratively teaching in a middle school model at Charles Bloom Secondary in Lumby, BC. Rhiannon is a master at incorporating literacy strategies into her Science…

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Scientific Models: Practical Uses of 3D Printing in Science Classes

Guest Blog by Craig Howard. Craig is a Sr. Chemistry and Physics Teacher at WL Seaton Secondary in Vernon BC. He actively looks for ways to incorporate technology into his practice.@craigihoward Science classes have always been enhanced by the use…

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Turning Your Approach to a Lesson Upside Down

If you’re looking for a fresh take on your favourite (or not so favourite lesson), how about designing your lesson upside down? Jennifer Gonzalez, from @cultofpedagogy, has a wonderful video giving an example of how to teach an inductive learning…

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