SOLE Classrooms

A session at STEAM 2015

Saturday 25th April, 2015

10:10am to 10:55am (EST)

Self Organized Learning Environments

Implementing a SOLE design for student learning recognizes the need for students to develop 21st Century skills such as communication, collaboration, and creativity, while taking full advantage of the web for information. This is particularly true when using an Inquiry Based Learning model. The teacher’s role changes from lecturer to facilitator, and there is an increase in student motivation. We will focus on the philosophy of SOLEs, IBL, and physical set-up.

About the speakers

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Ray Van Geel

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Lindsay Nevin

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21 attendees

  • Carrie Kernohan
  • Daphne Lachaine
  • Diana Field
  • Eniko Gyorgy
  • Erynn
  • Elizabeth Sinclair
  • Candice Hartnett
  • Jessica Abraham
  • Jacinthe Hachez
  • Kola sopade
  • Linda Seaton
  • Lindsay Nevin
  • Madeline Merner
  • B-H McAuslan
  • Mark P
  • Ashley Crabbe
  • Ray Van Geel
  • Sacha Zeinali
  • Carol Sawadski
  • sonja montgomery
  • Tammy

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STEAM 2015

Canada Canada, London

25th April 2015

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Time 10:10am10:55am EST

Date Sat 25th April 2015

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