Project 1: Canada Goose Sanctuary
The implementation of computer-assisted learning provides activities that stimulate individual thought, decision making, problem solving, critical thinking etc.. The system generates through its format, immediate feedback to the student. The curriculum in relation to the technologically enriched curriculum provides as environment which promotes active learning. Collaboratively, students share the responsibility for how and what they learn both individually and in groups.
Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies.
Overall Curriculum Plans:
Intended learning outcomes: the HRD project will also be beneficial to the educational system of Nfld. and Labrador. The project will be designed according to "Learning to Learn" resource-based learning policy. The activities will be related to the Math., Science, Language Arts and Social Studies provincial curriculum guidelines.
The project will:
Intended learning outcomes for Tech. Education:
Identify ways in which people, including themselves are affected by tech. change.
Use communication tools for a variety of purposes.
Identify careers in control technology and related fields.
Use technology problem solving as a means of making connections between
knowledge and skills learned in other curriculum areas.
Identify ways in which energy and power technologies are used in modern society.
Identify ways in which biotechnology is used to create products.
STELLAR Schools Internet: to link young primary students to the Internet through STEM~Net.
All of these resources were brought into the school for this project:
Measure such factors as: attendance rates, student expectations, pupil/teacher ratios, preparation and instructional time. The outcome domains will focus on student participation, attainment and student academic achievement.
General Impact: This project stresses the importance of the integration of computers and computer-related technologies into the curriculum and school in general.