Yukon Teachers: click the file below for a handy flow chart that helps you figure out how to manage your Moodle courses over the summer!
I'm just back from attending and presenting at the amazing Networks of Innovation and Indigenous Education Symposium (#noiie2019), held in Richmond, BC May 10-11th 2019. What an awe-inspiring experience! We learned so much from many passionate, engaged, student-focussed educators who came from across Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Spain.
Yukon Education hosted two breakout sessions, showcasing some of the outstanding recent Inquiry projects completed by our teachers and consultants. One was themed around primary place-based learning, and the other on adaptive teaching and assessment strategies for rural students. Both group presentations received enthusiastic reviews from the audiences that packed the rooms!
Check out our mini-movies (3 mins) and presentations on my 'Learning Networks and Inquiry' page!
Last week, I attended the CAP Conference hosted in Whitehorse! School Principals from every province and territory came to savour a taste of the Yukon.
Familiar local educators and students shared some of the fabulous things happening in Yukon Education, including an awesome presentation by teachers James Mitchell, Andrea Webber and three Gr.6/7 students, describing the wonderful learning experience of their Bison Hunt.
We also benefitted from some powerful presentations from nationally recognized experts. I really enjoyed the inspirational stories of Gabrielle Scrimshaw, named as "One of 3 Young Aboriginal Canadians to Watch".
John Malloy spoke about using Inquiry to help schools become effective learning organizations, which linked nicely with how Yukon schools are working collaboratively to build School Growth Plans.
And finally, Yukon's own Ilona Dougherty spoke passionately about the unique abilities of young people. The intergenerational gaps are not as wide as they sometimes appear!
Check my 'How Do I Moodle?' page for NEW links and step-by-step guides to answer your Moodle questions.
Hi Yukon teachers,
Check this list of all courses available from the Western Canadian Learning Network. If you are a teacher in a Yukon school and you would like to have the newest versions of any of these courses, message me (via this blog or Moodle) or email me at Chris.Stacey@yesnet.yk.ca
The Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (OECD) identified 7 key Principles that should be at the core of every learning environment. They are:
To find out how Yukon educators are implementing these Principles in their practice, visit my '7 Principles of Learning' page!
Check out my 'Blended Learning in Practice: Beyond Yukon' page for some great video examples!
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Built to support K-12 teachers in the Yukon Territory, Canada, this site aims to provide easy access to resources for the Blended Learning classroom, plus useful tips and tricks for teachers using Moodle to host online content for students.
The drop-down menus above, as well as some embedded links, will take you directly to the relevant Blended Learning or Moodle pages, where you will find:
Who am I?
Hi! My name is Chris Stacey, and I work as an Education Consultant with Yukon Education.