Higher Order Thinking in Math, Writing, Social Studies and Science
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadawritingblogging see Will Richardson's hierarchy of blogging8screenshot of blog/google reader, student working
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadawriting, science, social studies, careerscritical thinking projects (should Canada's bilingualism policy be changed to reflect modern demographics?)8
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadamath"Meyer math", problem based, divergent thinking math projects8ticket roll, holes, speeding clip
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadasocial studiesskyping Mexican classroom, creating mind maps and google docs8skyping youtube from PV, bubblus from blog, google doc on water questions
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadasocial studiessharing video perspectives with Mexican classroom8Mexican culture youtube from PV blog
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadacareerscomparing companies to work for8
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadawriting, social studieslearning another language and doing assignments written in that language (Hatiian Creole and Spanish)8Haitian Creole and Pythagorean Theory
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadamathmath field trips comparing prices and products using spreadsheet and goodguide8Carter/Tanner spreadsheet, good guide screenshot
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadalanguage artscomparing jokes with Mexican class8
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadasocial studiescreating google doc with partners in Mexico to generate critical questions about water8
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaall subjectsmind maps using bubbl.us8
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaall subjectsmini-critical thinking projects such as "what is the most dangerous water bourne disease?"8critical thinking wiki
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaGrade 1 ScienceBats Inquiry-Are Bats Harmful or Helpful?
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaGrade 6 Social StudiesDo Place and Culture Influence Values and Beliefs? Have used Wordle and Google spreadsheet Purpose was to make inferences. The question needed to be more critical. Wordle I thought was useful as students had to rank their beliefs and values (like a mini-challenge)Google spreadsheet Wordle
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaGrade 2/3 Social StudiesCommunity Workers Inquiry - Would This Be the Best Job for Me?
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaScienceWhat is the biggest issue with our water and what can we do about it?
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadasocial studiescomparing and contrasting Buddhism, Judaism and Islam using a Venn diagramVenn Diagram for religion
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaScienceopen computer exam with open ended questionsopen computer science test
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaLanguage artsCreated 'story previews' to highlight events in story and build dramatic tension, through the use of Photo Story7 and 8photo story
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaLanguage artsresearch an invention and create your own to make that invention better6/7/2011
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaSocial StudiesUsing the form of power that is the most fair, effective and sustainable choose an issue from the past (restidental schools), present (school problem) and future (treaties) and come up with a plan of how you would affect change. Design a poster that outlines your plan.Grade 5 and 6Tried Wall Wisher and Google spreadsheet. A few tried glogster.
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaScience/SocialUsed Today's Meet to create open ended questions regarding the Japanese Tsunami. Studnets created questions and researched answers using the internet and communicating with each other through Today' Meetgrades 7 and 8computer - today's meet
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaReadingUsing online books to engage readers and increase comprehension with an increase in F & P scores averaging 4 levels for the classGrade 3-6
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaLa - Writtingused Bubble Us to plan an writting responds based on a promptgrades 7 and 8bubble us
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaL.A.creating comic strips on Toon Doogr. 6/7
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaSocial StudiesCreated 'Untold Stories' using multi-media players to create research projects based on either Chinese head tax or Residental Schools gr. 7/8multi-media player
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaL.A.using photo story, create a story that has conflict and how the problem was resolvedphoto story
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaScience?Using smartboard to compare weather and look at different landscapes on google earth, discussing what they like about each season
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaArtUsed photo's taken by student and created a photo album that would describe 'a winter's day' by the use of photo storygr. 7/8photo story
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaL.A.creating interviews and public service announcements through multi mediagr 6/7telemedia studio
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaMathUsing smartboard to show different ways of using money/ making change in different waysgrade 3-6
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confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaSocial StudiesWhich form of power is the most fair, effective and sustainable? Brainstorm and categorize using a venn diagram, using examples in the media students identify and rate which examples are the most sustainable, fair and effective. grade 5/6
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confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaMathUsing smartboard to create and read different graphs monthly. Students decided they like the bar graph the best and that it is the easiest to understandGrade 3-6
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Confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaLanguage ArtsWriting a persuasive piece to sell a book and then creating a book trailer that convinces others to read the bookGrade 7photostory
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confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaSocial StudiesLook at governments, quality of life, and compare distribution of power and privelege for people in Canada and Haiti. Decide which country has the most privilege and decide 5 most significant factors show that.(http://www.ifitweremyhome.com/index/AU)grade 5/6
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confederation ParkSaskatoonCanadaIntro to InquiryFor First Nations people was the bison like Superstore?Kindergarten
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