What's Happening

Blogs, events, news, media coverage, etc. Here the ihub team and contributors will share valuable insights, experiences, research, and more; all involving the continuous celebration of innovation in education!

Career Crawl 2018—A Recap!

10 months ago

With help from community partners, we hosted our second annual Career Crawl in collaboration with DSBN Academy, bringing over 75 grade 10 & 11 students Downtown St.Catharines for a reverse Career Day.

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An International Archaeology Day Celebration

about 11 months ago

In collaboration with the Brock University Classics Department, we brought fifteen Grade 11 students from the DSBN Academy to Brock University to celebrate International Archaeology Day!

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What's Happening at ihub

We did it, DSBN! one year ago

In The News

Government of Canada takes action to ensure Canadian workers are prepared for the jobs of tomorrow

New technology, artificial intelligence, and global competitiveness are changing the way Canadians work. Many of the skills needed for good quality jobs will change in the years to come. A Canadian workforce that incorporates new technology and adapts is key to Canada’s long-term economic growth.

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An Aspiring Global Geopark

Niagara has long been a world-famous destination, anchored by its iconic Falls. In fact, it has been a meeting place for Indigenous peoples dating back 12,000 years.

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McKay girls take home honours at coding challenge

One is designed to make the lives of the region’s homeless population safer and another helps anglers identify and report invasive species to the authorities. What they have in common is both are smartphone apps designed by girls from McKay Public School, and both were honoured recently at the Niagara round of the Technovation girls coding challenge.

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Grimsby teacher receives Prime Minister’s Award

Creativity, innovation and new opportunities are all key parts of teaching that create a unique and fun way for students to learn. And they’re all elements Lee Martin introduces in his classroom.

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CanCode Launch

The CanCode program will invest $50 million over two years, starting in 2017-18, to support initiatives providing educational opportunities for coding and digital skills development to Canadian youth from kindergarten to grade 12 (K-12).

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