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10 months ago
By cultivating entrepreneurial mindsets into the schools, students are gaining a better understanding of their own learning, connecting learning with real life experiences through experiential learning opportunities. Working with mentors and community organizations, having the opportunity to work on projects of their own interest help students develop their imagination, innovation and empathy, creating an environment where every student learns in the manner they are most ready to be successful.
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.
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.
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.
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.