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ROOM 17 HAS BEEN EXPLORING THE QUESTION "HOW CAN WE CARE MORE ABOUT EACH OTHER'S LEARNING?"
one student is cheering another on as she tries a very challenging pattern with the loom band bracelets. He did everything from finding her place on the page, to helping her figure out what the picture was telling her to do.
in this picture the students are problem solving together as they listen, accept and try out each others ideas to help build a challenging structure with the Magformers.
Makerspaces in the Library with room 17.
Here we see students in room 17 working with Rig-a-ma-Jig to create a structure for their team to sit in. Great use of the materials!
Students in Mr. Delgado's class are learning the 4 c's...communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity...through instant challenges!
Students from room 17 are exploring artifacts to deepen their understanding of first Nations people in Manitoba.
A Knowledge Building Circle provides opportunities for students and teacher to build knowledge, nurture student engagement by asking open-ended questions that support questioning and dialogue and improve on their collective ideas.
Room 17 is exploring patterning through art. Using collage materials the students are practicing building and extending patterns.
Assiniboine Forest is a wonderful place to learn about forest and wetland habitats!