Hello there! Here is another post that I will probably get finished in the middle of the summer. I’m starting it about a week before we are getting the guinea pigs Jan and Cindy. (To understand a bit more about who they are, click here.) Now, there has been a long process to get to … Continue reading My Guinea Pig Problem – A Post
Hello! You might think it weird that I’m writing a blog post in the middle of the summer, but I want to talk about what’s going to happen next year. I’ve been meaning to write this post, and I just got back from a trip, so here we go! I actually got the idea for … Continue reading Grade 9… What’s Going to Happen?
“Hello again!” For the last time. Today for our final Maker post of grade 8, I will be talking about another Blue Sky. Unlike the last one, this one is not mini. Instead of all about Star Wars, Our question and solution had to fit under the umbrella of one of the UN Sustainable Goals. … Continue reading (FAIL, The Acronym of This Project) A Sustainable Blue Sky
Hello again! This is my last ever Humanities post. Kind of crazy to think about it. Especially how all my posts have changed. I think now I’m a lot more reflective than before. Oh, look! I’m reflecting while talking about reflecting.
Hello again! Well, it’s more like a sad hello. This is my last Scimatics project and blog post. I really enjoyed this year. But I’m excited for next year. Hopefully school is back to normal (probably not) and I can go to Windsor like usual. Anyways, this is the blog post for our ULTIMATE ROAD … Continue reading ULTIMATE ROAD TRIP!!!
Welcome back to another reflection blog post! Time to delve back into the world of reflecting, observing, and commenting! Now if you haven’t read my mPOL blog post, check it out here. This one’s called a tPOL! It stands for: Transitional Presentation Of Learning. Now, I’m reflecting to see if I did all the things … Continue reading tPOLs…Huh!?
So, you might be thinking it’s a bit weird for there to be a blog post in the middle of “physical distancing.” Well, in fact, it is! If you haven’t read my previous post, check it out here. It explains how even the biggest hurdles can’t stop PLP! I think I’ll miss that, but onto … Continue reading Argh Matey! Land Ho!
Aren’t we all? This is a pretty good title of our project. (I did not come up with it). The theme of this project was that we were witnessing the history of COVID-19. It’s a pretty bad scenario right now, but we can always make the best of it! The way we are trying to … Continue reading Witness to History!
Hello! You might be surprised about this post, but although the provincial tournament for Destination Imagination was canceled, that didn’t stop PLP! After our last competition – check out that post here – the appraisers threw away our bridge. This meant that we had to rebuild a new bridge. Our goal was to get it … Continue reading DI Provincials in Self Isolation!
Have you ever heard of Destination Imagination? Well if not, it’s a pretty fun program/activity that is focused around project based learning. Destination Imagination is a series of challenges that involve receiving a challenge and completing it in the form of a play. Our challenge, Engineering, “In the Cards” was a pretty difficult one. It involved … Continue reading Destination Imagination (DIying Inside)