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Spring 2018 Professional Inquiry Projects
Fall 2018 Professional Inquiry Projects
Why Do You Coach?
Why do some Teachers feel comfortable coaching while others don't?
By Devyn Meier & Sydney Milligan
Creative Writing Club
How can we encourage talents, skills, and creative thinking through a Creative Writing Club?
By Jennifer Heninger & Kendel Alstad
To what extent can chess be utilized to enhance students’ academic performance, develop critical thinking skills, and foster positive relationships with others?
By Brayden Gill
Chess Club: Don't En Passant This Up!
Can chess club help students develop stronger executive functions?
By Adam Palmer & Mike Harrison
Building School Community Through a Multi-Age Drama Club
To what extent do extra-curricular activities improve school community?
By Emma Huff & Bella Sapsford
Dungeons and Dragons and ELA/Social Studies Outcomes
How can tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, or Pathfinder apply to ELA and Social Studies outcomes? What other aspects of student lives can tabletop games enhance and enrich?
By Brian Kim
Philosophical Discussion in High School
In what ways do high school students experience philosophical discussion?
By Dustin Sandau
The Effect of Growth Mindset in Mathematics
To what extent is a growth mindset in mathematics beneficial to students, in what ways, and what are some strategies to help implement it in your own classroom?
By Samantha Lesyk
Developing Leaders in Elementary
How do we develop positive leadership skills in Elementary students?
By Evan West
First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Knowledge Through Picture Books in the Elementary Music Classroom
How can I incorporate First Nations, Métis, and Inuit knowledge through picture books in the elementary music classroom?
By Megan Fong
Strategies for Reluctant Readers
To what extent can we, as educators, actively engage reluctant readers, and what strategies can we effectively use to help them?
By Karley Regehr
Encouraging Literacy Learning with Student Presentations
Can early childhood educators promote students' literacy learning by having daily student presentations?
By Cathryn Story
How can teachers best create and maintain a trauma-informed classroom?
By Mitchell Duram, Adam Gibson, & Logan Shephard
Teachers, Stress, and Anxiety, Oh My!
How can teachers best deal with the stresses and anxieties that come with the profession?
By Emily Kenney
Digital Citizenship in the Classroom
How can issues within digital citizenship be addressed in the classroom?
By Christina McLellan & Kate Kovacs
Twitter Used as a Hub for Student Learning
How can I most effectively use Twitter as a hub for student learning?
By Joel Houle
Alternative Education in Alberta
What forms of Alternative Education exist in Alberta?
By Elisha Hunter
Biology 20 Meets Career and Technology Studies (CTS)
How can I encourage engagement and reinforce career awareness in Biology 20?
By Carmine Herzog