If the thought of learning math strikes fear into the heart of your otherwise bright young student, you can decrease your child’s apprehension by teaching him or her that math concepts can actually be a lot of fun to learn and apply.Continue Reading →
Last week, for the first time, my 6 year old daughter told me, “Math is hard. I don’t like math.” My stomach sank. “How did this happen?” I thought. Up until this point, math was her favorite subject.Continue Reading →
Welcome 2017! A new year always brings new hope, possibilities and often new resolutions to make this year better than the last.
The Learning Partners Advisory Council released a paper yesterday that proposes some priorities and directions for learning on PEI. Most importantly, the paper aims to inspire ALL Islanders to think about their role in the learning ecosystem and what they can do to advance learning excellence. The paper also asks Islanders to share with us any additional priorities or directions they feel are important. View the paper here.
Here are the 10 priorities from the Learning Partners Advisory Council and our response:Continue Reading →
The name LEGO is derived from the Danish ‘leg godt’, meaning to play well, and whether you have taken your children to see the movie(s) in theatre, vacuumed up or stepped on one, or had the pleasure of building a creation, in some way shape or form we all have had an...Continue Reading →