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The article from The Conversation discusses the concept of "numberless math" in elementary education, where tasks involve only pictures to encourage students to think and visualize algebra. This approach helps students develop mathematical ideas and engage in problem-solving without relying on numbers, promoting deeper understanding and discussions about algebraic concepts through visual and interactive methods.
The 15th Canadian EdTech Leadership Summit and STEM Showcase, themed 'Navigating the Future of Education in an AI Inspired World', will take place from October 31 to November 2, 2024, in the newly constructed Sam Ibrahim Active Learning Spaces Building at University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC).
Embrace the fundamentals with digital tools in the classroom! ✍️ Grab your pen (or your keyboard!) and contribute as an author to the upcoming winter issue of Engaged Learning magazine, or share your experiences with inspiring initiatives related to this theme. Read on for more details…
YR Hacks is a hackathon for York Region District School Board (YRDSB) students that is run by students for students. Over the two-day event, students have 24 hours to create an innovative project to pitch to judges. Find out more about it here.
Now that spring is in full bloom 🌱! Have you seen LEARN's blog post encouraging educators to take advantage of the beautiful weather by bringing lessons outside? It also includes some great apps to bring along!
Here are some invaluable resources for Quebec's anglophone educators looking to strengthen their delivery of the new Culture and Citizenship in Québec (CCQ) program.
Grade 6 and 7 students at Kedron Public School participated in a three-week innovative project that had them plan, design, and print accessible solutions for people with disabilities.
Canadian K-12 educators have an great opportunity to engage students in sustainability through innovation. MindShare Learning, in partnership with Dell Technologies, has launched the 16th annual Schools of the Future [Student Innovation] Challenge. This year’s theme is “Empowering Sustainable Smart Communities through UN SDGoals”.
Grade 12 students cohost The Train Station, a podcast that explores pressing issues in Canada, with a focus on topics that affect youth.
The English Montreal School Board hosted its first Canadian Affiliate Bowl of the Future Problem-Solving Program International (FPSPI) on Saturday, April 20 at the LaurenHill Academy Junior Campus in St. Laurent

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Role-playing in the classroom allows students to engage deeply and develop meaningful social relationships. Players create a shared story in different universes, generating interest and motivation. Whether in primary / elementary schools, role-playing can be integrated in a variety of ways.
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School entrepreneurship in Quebec aims to provide educational situations to undertake and realize projects. Discover in this article how the Entrepreneurial Project Canva can help you take action.
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Discover the innovative and effective learning methods used by the teaching team at the Montessori bilingual school in Lund, Sweden. A holistic approach that fosters creativity, problem-solving and the development of critical thinking skills. Not to be missed!
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Learn how entrepreneurship at school nurtures students' personal development and encourages them to take action to have an impact in their communities.
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Discover how teachers can help students become "future ready" for a changing workforce by developing skills like creativity, communication, adaptability, and innovation. Read more to learn 10 ways educators can prepare students for the future.
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