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Science Students starting to learn about the Food Chains and Food Webs of Alberta through collaborative and engaging learning tasks.
The best way to learn how something works is to take it apart and put it back together! Mechanics 10 students work on an engine assignment in the shop.
Physics students learning about vector beyond
the walls of their classroom.
Students engaged in a Gallery Walk of diagrams of biochemical cycles and used peer feedback to deepen their understanding.
Social 20 students getting a unique opportunity to handle and interpret historical documents as they get to know a Crescent Heights soldier through letters from the war front.
CALM students working through some communication activities with their classmates. Giving and listening to instructions to create a hidden image.
Physics 30 students working on Change in Momentum in one of the conference rooms in the Learning Commons. Utilizing vertical surfaces to help support learning.
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