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While improv comedy in the classroom might nurture your child’s stage talent, it’s also a highly effective way of teaching literacy Since its first entry on the comedy scene in the 1950s, improvisational comedy, otherwise know as improv, has (More)
Designing game-based science assessment for elementary classrooms As digital game-based assessments become increasingly popular, balancing the need for educational content, rigorous assessment, and entertainment is critical. Computer games are b (More)
Resources to promote intercultural awareness in the K-6 classroom As Canada’s classrooms and society become more and more culturally diverse, increasing our awareness and appreciation for how all Canadians can live and grow peacefully within o (More)