“A revolution starts with a clear vision of a world different than the one we live in today.”
After spending our professional learning day on Monday, April 9th, 2012 looking at and discussing the difference between “Curriculum” and the Alberta Program of Studies, we at Keeler School now have some time to be able to start delving into how we put this work into practice in our work with students. Listening to Sir Ken Robinson in “Leading a Learning Revolution” reinforced that relationships with students and excellent teaching practices are what will make the difference with our students!
During our Creating Innovative Learning Opportunities (CILO) time we have the opportunity, the time, the creativity and the permission to be able to plan, develop, build, implement and undertake wonderful innovative learning opportunities. I hope you enjoy your afternoon and use your time wisely with the goal of enhancing learning here at Keeler School. Thanks for putting up your blurb and sharing with others the work that you are accomplishing during our CILO time.
Have a fantastic afternoon!