My school is in the progress of constructing a new space for learning (traditionally called a new school building). It will have technology embedded classrooms that can be joined for greater spaces for learning; open areas and congregation points; solitary spaces for reflection; and, of course, provincially mandated curriculum that sets the timeline, content and structure for learning that was developed in the last century (or before).
The development of this space included input from students, teachers, other staff, members of the community, parents, guardians and architects. We have created working groups that look at areas for innovation through the inquiry lens to create learning spaces that allow for all students to reach their potential (or at least, start the path towards their potential) and become life long learners.
As we move through the development of what the school will look like, we will collaborate as a staff in working groups…
View original post 106 more words