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Nationalism – The Past vs The Present

As our final project of quarter two is coming to an end it’s time to reflect on the learning we’ve done. Over the course of four weeks, we created six videos with an essential question for each. However, the driving… Continue Reading →

Rakki’s In A Revolution

To wrap up the first half of quarter two, our latest project has come to an end and it was a weird one to say the least. Tying back in with our revolution topic, this time instead of focusing on… Continue Reading →

Metaphors In Revolutions – Part 2

After another long week of constant learning and creating, we’ve finally found ourselves and the end of our latest project titled β€œStorm The Barricades.” I’ve already covered the first half of this project in a formative post so if you… Continue Reading →

Metaphors In Revolutions – Part 1

Usually the only posts I write on here are to bring a project to an end, but with the amount of work we are doing, I will be writing what I learned half way through the course of the project…. Continue Reading →

RUN! And Don’t Look Back

Now that things are somewhat back to normal and everyday life is slowly moving on the right track, this means schools have reopened but many safety precautions have been put in play. So this year, instead of having four classes… Continue Reading →

Life In New France

Our final humanities project has come to an end so naturally, we’d have to finish on a high note. It was weeks of putting in my best effort, and pushing myself to create the best possible work so I could… Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Road Trip

When it comes to road trips there are many places to go, a drive around CanadaΒ or go through South America, but none of those excite me like my ultimate road trip does; a full trip around Iceland seems like the… Continue Reading →

TPOL 2020

This is the question I’ll be answering throughout this post.   Damn, that’s the word that comes to mind when we talk about the past year of my schooling. Grade 8 has been quite the journey to say the least,… Continue Reading →

Capturing Covid Through A Camera

Over the course of 4 weeks, our Maker 8 class has been practicing our photography skills alongside our story telling capabilities to build a photoessay that answers our driving question β€œhow can we as photo journalists tell stories of our… Continue Reading →

Viruses And Voyages

We’re already two months in to this quarantine lifestyle and we’ve completed our first fully online project. Lead by our two driving questions, β€œwhat is the historical significance of your explorer” and β€œhow do cells and diseases interact” we set… Continue Reading →

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