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Back To Schedule
Friday, February 25 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Fitbits, Mindfulness, and Teaching Content-Specific Vocabulary: Three Approaches to Increasing Student Engagement and Confidence

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This session is one of three showcasing Professional Inquiry Projects recently completed by University of Lethbridge Intern Teachers during their secondary Internships. Bari will share his experience of using Fitness monitors to increase student accountability and assessment reliability. Clara will outline her  process of weaving stress management strategies into a Social Studies class. Ethan will describe how he prioritized effective use of mathematical language to help students become more confident and reflective learners. Each project includes practical suggestions that you can apply to your own context. Summaries of the three projects (and all projects from the Bi-annual Professional Inquiry Project Symposium) are available at www.uleth.ca/education/celebrating_inquiry.  





Speakers
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Ethan Pullan

All three presenters completed their PS III Internships from Sept.-Dec. 2021. In addition to teaching half time, University of Lethbridge Interns engage in a professional inquiry project. Many Interns choose to share their work at the bi-annual Professional Inquiry Project Symposium... Read More →
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Clara Kuk

All three presenters completed their PS III Internships from Sept.-Dec. 2021. In addition to teaching half time, University of Lethbridge Interns engage in a professional inquiry project. Many Interns choose to share their work at the bi-annual Professional Inquiry Project Symposium... Read More →
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Bari Ipaa

All three presenters completed their PS III Internships from Sept.-Dec. 2021. In addition to teaching half time, University of Lethbridge Interns engage in a professional inquiry project. Many Interns choose to share their work at the bi-annual Professional Inquiry Project Symposium... Read More →

Hosts

Friday February 25, 2022 10:15am - 11:15am MST
Zoom Recording