# Constructivist Classroom

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These simple Think, Pair, Share sheets make an excellent addition to any lesson or activity to provide students with an opportunity to reflect on their learning with a peer, collaborating to consolidate their knowledge and understanding of the
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Critical Thinking, For All Subject Areas, Study Skills
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Assessment, Printables, Cooperative Learning
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This lesson is designed to act as an introduction to graphing - specifically, bar graphs and the related vocabulary using inquiry-based learning strategies. Learning Goals - Apply the mathematical processes to support the development of
Subjects:
Graphing, Numbers, Critical Thinking
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
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Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Math Centers
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How are Decimals, Percents, and Fractions the same? This handout is a useful resource for students when beginning to learn about equivalent fractions and converting them into decimals and percents. The file is a PDF, and as such can be enlarged to
Subjects:
Math, Fractions, Decimals
4th, 5th, 6th
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Handouts, Flash Cards, Classroom Forms
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KWL Charts can be extremely useful to engage students in self-reflection about their knowledge and understanding of a given topic. K = What I Know W = What I Want to Know L = What I've Learned Contents: • Full Colour KWL Chart (Landscape
Subjects:
Critical Thinking, For All Subject Areas, Problem Solving
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Assessment, Classroom Forms, Graphic Organizers
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This fraction number line is designed to provide students with a visual representation of fractions, and allow them to create their own fraction number lines to practice and develop their mathematical thinking skills. The large number line includes
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Math, Applied Math, Fractions
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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Activities, Minilessons, Printables
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe that learning happens best when students are involved in constructing knowledge and meaning from their experiences in student-centred constructivist activities and lessons. As a teacher, it is my job to facilitate these learning experiences using a variety of strategies that takes into account the various needs and learning styles of all students so that they are able to find success in the classroom and elsewhere. I aim to provide students with a structured learning environment, bring a positive attitude and open mind to the classroom each day and to hold my students - and myself to high, but attainable expectations. Classrooms should be a place where students are able to take risks, develop and identify their passions and interests, and express their ideas in a safe, supportive, and engaging environment that fosters growth mindsets and critical thinking.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Education - University of Ottawa and Bachelor of Arts - St. Thomas University

My desire to work in the field of education was sparked many summers ago when I began working at an overnight summer camp in upstate New York, a place I am still fortunate enough to spend every summer at. While working at camp I learned how rewarding working with children can be, and find working in a classroom to be equally rewarding.