The Walsh TLLP will create a training opportunity for divisions of teachers to work together and explore their inquiry-based math and science/technology lessons using hands-on manipulatives. This is directly tied to our School Improvement Plan under Numeracy. We will be modelling existing math strategies and how to best use manipulatives in our math programs. We will explore available math websites that are best suited to each of the strands in Math/Science/Tech curriculum. We will explore inquiry based problem solving using coding and robotics, as well as explore the higher order thinking skills. We will attach this learning to curriculum and compile a list of lessons learned for use in the English first language and French Immersion classrooms. We will learn how to use new tools, teach each other, and reflect on these trials in our classrooms.
Part 1: Lego in the Classroom 1. Present Slides 2. Work through material. Investigate the web pages. Share findings with group. 3. Plan a lesson. Share pictures and a brief description in TLLP Walsh Sharing Notebook. Part 2: Lego WeDo 2.0 1. Present Slides…(Show moreShow less)
Day Two of the TLLP involved working with your division partners and learning about Bee-Bots and Spheros. Part 1: What are Bee-Bots? 1. Present Slides https://granderie-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/stacey_desmedt_granderie_ca/EZqRfedQo-ZCiT-Z58btp6MBbB5-0G20WI199Lt1Q… 2. Work through material. Investigate the web pages. Share…(Show moreShow less)
Our project was shared and created in Microsoft OneNote. The blog will highlight much of the learning that was collected over the days of collaboration with the staff. Part 1: What is a TLLP? Visit our Sway. https://sway.office.com/CGDegBh3wmzfH71q?ref=Link&loc=play Part 2: What is coding? 1. Present Coding Slides…(Show moreShow less)