A quick read from Edutopia to get a sense of what inquiry-based learning is and looks like in the classroom. This article also includes 4 steps to inquiry-based learning.
We know there’s no silver bullet for improving learning outcomes for kids, and Stanford researcher Carol Dweck, who originated the concept of growth mindset, has spoken out recently against the misapplication of her findings. But with a deeper understanding of the idea, and more exploration around what proper implementation looks like, growth mindset has a lot of potential. If you’d like to learn more, or want to clarify the idea for the people around you, these five videos offer something for every audience—from preschoolers to parents and colleagues to college kids.
Dans le cadre de son 175e anniversaire de naissance, découvrez l’histoire et les legs du premier premier ministre francophone du Canada. Participez au concours en écoutant attentivement les cinq capsules animées. Invitez vous élèves à répondre aux questions et remplir le formulaire de participation. Téléchargez aussi une bande dessinée et un guide pédagogique.
ERAC is a cooperative member based organization. We work in partnership with our members, BC public school districts as well as independent schools. Our goal is to support quality education for public and independent K-12 students. ERAC evaluates print, software, and digital learning resources. The results are documented and shared in our online database providing members with an ever-expanding ERAC Resource Collection. Search for books, movies and ressources and see what other teachers have to say about it!