21st-century learning at St Joseph School

21st-century learning and exploring at St Joseph School
Posted on 04/19/2022
Student learning

St. Joseph Catholic School is learning and exploring how 21st-century learning tools can support the delivery of the Ontario curriculum. Ms. Fauvelle, the project lead, has been working with classroom educators in Grades 1 - 6 to identify specific science and mathematics learning goals and curriculum expectations to deliver engaging lessons using 21st Century learning tools. The Technology Enabled Learning Teacher with Superior North Catholic District School Board (SNCDSB) has been supporting the school team to learn how to use these tools and support them with planning lessons.

Student learning

The team has had the opportunity and privilege to learn from Lisa-Anne Floyd as she has been providing lessons and guidance for the lessons involving Scratch and Makey Makey. The mathematics curriculum goals have focused on the new coding expectations and including spatial sense expectations as students explore the attributes of 2-D shapes including angles, sides and vertices.

Student learning

The project will continue throughout the school year and include learning tools such as Squishy Circuits, Dash robotics and Makey Makey. Students have been engaged in learning using 21st-century tools while developing their global competencies. A special thank you to Ms. Fauvelle for spearheading the project and Lisa-Anne Floyd for providing her expert knowledge, her collaboration with Superior North Catholic District School Board is greatly appreciated.

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