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February 14, 2020 – 12:30 pm | 98 views

Last spring, I was invited to Laval Senior Academy’s “It’s Complicated”, a vernissage of student visual arts and spoken word performance that blossomed from their partnership with the English Language Arts Network (ELAN) and the …

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Articles by Kerry Cule

Kerry Cule is an online science teacher by day and mommy by night. She has a background in electrical engineering and worked for 10 years in a high tech company before making the transition to teaching.

The Students Have Spoken: Virtual Communities & Changing Learning Styles

January 12, 2016 – 12:01 pm | 2 Comments | 1,732 views

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Editor’s note: Happy New Year 2016!
In our second edition of The Students Have Spoken, LEARN turned once again to its online students to get their authentic voice on a few pertinent questions. This time, we asked two questions to …

The Students Have Spoken: Online Classes vs. Face to Face

November 6, 2015 – 9:22 am | Comments Off on The Students Have Spoken: Online Classes vs. Face to Face3,783 views

The student’s voice tends to be the voice not heard enough in the classrooms of the world. We at LEARN decided it might be time that students were given a platform to let their voices resound. What …

Curiosity in the (Science) Classroom

January 19, 2015 – 4:48 pm | 2 Comments | 3,571 views

How do you foster true curiosity in your students? Tell us below or by tweeting @learnquebec.
In a recent professional development session, our team of online teachers were learning about and discussing inquiry-based learning. One of …

Getting Creative With Practical Science Assessments

November 26, 2012 – 10:28 am | One Comment | 2,189 views

Hand-ons labs or inquiry-based activities are the most engaging ways to learn about science. The Quebec Education Program guides us that the main steps involved in developing practical skills are: defining a problem, developing a …