John Oliver is very fortunate to have four of our stakeholders attend this year’s BCSSAA Fall Conference. A lot of information was transmitted and as they attempt to process and reflect upon the day, they offer some of their thoughts and feelings regarding personalized learning and 21st Century Learning.
Big Thanks to Superintendents, Steve Cardwell and Jordan Tinney, for extending the invitation to our students – the only students at the conference.
Very excited and honored to have the opportunity to go to Victoria for the BCSSA conference. With me are four students who will participate in the discussions around 21st century learning, personalized learning and the future of public school education in British Columbia.
A couple of my students will be video podcasting their thoughts and ideas surrounding their experience and the discussions that took place in their round table facilitated by experts and district superintendents. At the end they will offer a reflection that will summarize the two day event and give their take from a young high school student’s perspective.
As a prelude to our Desination Imagination challenge, I decide to challenge my students with an oldie but a goodie for fun and some team building.
DI students and Mini 9 IT students tackle the Egg Zorb challenge. The students need to draw their team logo on their egg, then build a capsule to house the egg that will eventually go out the window and down to the ground.
Lesson Plan Outline:
200 free movies on the web. Classics.
It appears that many of you need a little more time to submit your metering and compensation assignments. So, I am extending the deadline which is firm to Monday.
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