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Friday, February 25 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Student-Centered Learning in the Arts and Humanities: From Arts-infused Shakespeare and Social Studies to Vocabulary Self Collection Strategy (VSS)

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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. Rachel will share the Drama/ELA unit she implemented to help foster positive experiences around studying Shakespeare. Kamille (also representing her collaborator, Rayelle Joevenazzo) will provide examples of how the visual arts can enrich the exploration of specific themes in high school social studies. Jennifer will describe a research-based approach to vocabulary development that prioritized student interests. The presenters will share their process of identifying and responding to a specific need, implementing and refining various strategies with students, and reflecting on the results of their inquiry. Each project includes a website or other reference material, and you will leave the session with concrete resources you can adapt to your own context. The three projects (and all projects from the Bi-annual Professional Inquiry Project Symposium) are available at www.uleth.ca/education/celebrating_inquiry.  

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Hanbury

Rachel Hanbury

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 →
avatar for Jennifer Biglin

Jennifer Biglin

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 →
avatar for Kamille Svrta

Kamille Svrta

Student
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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Friday February 25, 2022 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Zoom Recording