Focus: How can we increase our students’ numeracy skills and basic mathematical understandings, while providing opportunities for interventions and extensions and cross-grade interaction?
Focus: Will the completion of a guided inquiry project early in the school year enable students to apply the Spiral of Inquiry and some of the First Peoples’ Principles of Learning to complete a personal inquiry at the end of the year? The personal inquiry question will be — How does your spark connect to the world around you and make it a better place?’”
Focus: On building student’s ability to independently read and interpret non-fiction texts in order to support their learning in inquiry style Science and Social Studies units.
Focus: To determine if building longboards/skateboards would contribute at-risk student attendance and engagement in the core competencies.
Focus: How can an immersive day of teachings from our local First Peoples, the Musqueam people, on Musqueam land enrich the understandings of students with diverse Aboriginal ancestries, in terms of building a sense of identity, and connection to history, culture and land?
Focus: To combine two early literacy screeners to administer with our K-2 students in order to have a tool to identify specific early emergent foundation skills (phonemic and phonological awareness – as identified in the revised curriculum) in order to use the data to identify students that need early instruction, in order for all students to become successful readers by the end of grade 3.