A capacity group of over 200 educators and board leads gathered near Toronto recently to learn, share and interact as part of the CODE symposium, Anytime, Anywhere: Innovative Programs for Summer Learning and Learning Outside the School Day. With a focus on creative approaches to student learning … [Read more...] about CODE October 2018 Symposium
Students engaged with the latest in technology to enhance their learning at the Sudbury Catholic District School Board's recent summer learning program, including basic robotics, coding activities, and a computer-based reading program called Lexia that helps develop literacy skills. The group also … [Read more...] about Summer programs in the news: “keeping the learning going” in Sudbury
Of the 45 young students enrolled in Sarnia's London Road Public School summer learning program this year, almost a dozen are new residents of Canada. According to the Sarnia Observer, the London Road site (part of Lambton Kent District School Board's summer learning programs) includes a group of … [Read more...] about SLPs in the news: “a wonderful learning opportunity” for new residents of Canada
Across the province, school boards are gearing up for another season of fun and stimulating Summer Learning Programs (SLPs). Now in their ninth year of reducing summer learning loss and building self-confidence for Kindergarten, Primary and Junior division students, the CODE-led, Ministry-funded … [Read more...] about SLP 2018 Update: Getting ready for more fun and learning in the sun!
Summer Learning Programs in Ontario are once again making news! About 650 children from the Greater Essex County District School Board’s Camp Wonder summer learning program enjoyed a "healthy fun-filled day" as part of the Jumpstart Games held at St. Clair College in Windsor. As CBC.ca reports, … [Read more...] about Summer Learning in the news: Camp Wonder students get a Jumpstart
CBC Radio One recently spoke with James Dobson, principal of the Simcoe County District School Board's summer learning program, about the STEAM camp at Hillcrest Public School in Barrie. Mr. Dobson described the program, which involves 150 grade 2 and 3 students from 32 different schools in the … [Read more...] about “We’re preparing students for jobs that haven’t been invented yet” — news reports gather STEAM in Simcoe County