After exploring the #TVOmPower twitter feed, what are some Ideas and Wonderings that you might have about using TVO mPower in your school community?
I'm wondering if there might be a plan in our school board to share mPower as a resource for our primary and junior divisions? If so, how would it be rolled out and supported?
I'm also wondering if this resource might develop in the future to be used by intermediate teachers and students?
You can build a series of centers around mPower. This allows the students to focus on different aspects of the game, and it alleviates the difficulties in not having enough teach. We usually have 4: Individual Play, Partner Share n Play, Hands on (Makerspace/Art), Journal Reflection.
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