R. Ammann
creating student success
In the media

In the media

connecting the world and students’ interests to curricula

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Click - Quand le Nunavut est devenu le 3e territoire

Click - 9 musiciens présentent leur instrument de musique

Click - Une pièce de monnaie pour honorer Louis Riel

Click - Une pièce de monnaie pour honorer Louis Riel

Click - Pourquoi apprendre à coder

Click - Reconnaître la culture autochtone

Click - Adaptation au froid, habitats, Fort Whyte Alive

Click - Le gouvernement, les langues

Click - Churchill

Click - Invention, Math, science, and music !

Click - Gouvernement Canadien

Click - Canadian history, human rights

Click - North, Manitoba, environment, etc.

Click - Water, United Nation, rights, etc.

Click - Human rights, Canadian money, etc.

Click - Sports, accessibility, Olympic Games

Click – About the word Canada

Click – An Inuit village

Click – Art, Canada, symbols of Canada, etc.

Click – Northern Manitoba, habitats, art, etc.

Click – ONU, continents, human rights, etc.

 

 

Click – Northern Manitoba, habitats, tracking animals, etc.

Click – Early Manitoba, Lego, design process, arts, etc.

Click – Various needs, inclusion, etc.

Click – Province, symbol, First Nations, Winnipeg, plants

Click – Continents, needs, environment, water

Click – Habitat, environment, Manitoba

Click – Inuit, art, working at the Art Gallery

Click – Group effort at Harbour View (as seen on our school newsletter – March 2016)

Click – One of our students as seen on CTV news

Click - Discussion about Canada, history of Manitoba, human rights

Click – Discussion about life in Northern Manitoba, fraction, %

Click - Discussion about Canada, history of Manitoba, human rights

Click - Discussion about topic of one student's presentation, fair representation of people

Click - Discussion about human rights, government - (followed by the story of Rosa Parks - click)

Click - Discussion about food and cultures

Click – Art, First Nations, Land, Canada

Click - Discussion about sport some of us practice, Canada

 

 

Also on the web

Click – Manitoba, symbols, author, illustrator, history

Click – Math question

Click – Author unknown