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Empowered by Design

Discover how a change in school culture goes beyond student achievement…

“After viewing Empowered by Design, I felt energized and inspired. The educators in this resource realized the importance of relationships, trust, high expectations and strong moral purpose. I hope you enjoy this story as much as I did.” – Mary Jean Gallagher

Part 1 - The Queen Alexandra Middle School Story
Part 2 - Supporting the Process
Additional Video Resources

KB@Queen_A

KB@Queen_A highlights the Knowledge Building pedagogy occurring at Queen Alexandra Middle School. This collection includes…

KB@Queen_A

Knowledge Building: Theory and Practice

In 2015, Quest explored the theme of Deep Learning in a Digital World. In this workshop, hear Dr. Marlene Scardamalia speak to knowledge building theory, while students and teachers reflect on knowledge building practices.

Knowledge-building Theory: Marlene Scardamalia
Knowledge-building Practice: Students and Teachers Reflect

Learning is the Work

This resource is about innovation in classroom teaching and learning through creating a “Thinking Matrix”…

Overview
New Learning
Applying New Learning
Designing a Robust Open-Ended Task
Reflecting on Learning and Success
In Depth with Michael Fullan

Part 2 – Loving the Math, Living the Math

Explores the math program which contributes to the development of confident mathematicians in Matthew Oldridge’s…

Understanding the Mathematics
The Role of Technology

Part 3 – Loving the Math, Living the Math

Explores the math program which contributes to the development of confident mathematicians in Matthew Oldridge’s…

Student clips

Planning for Authentic, Integrated Learning

This resource follows an integrated learning cycle, co-planned by the classroom and resource teachers for…

Think Big and Think Real World
Planning For Assessment
Planning for Inspired Instruction
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