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Use 1, 2, or all 15 of these SpacesEDU strategies to support inclusion in your classroom!

This graphic provides educators with helpful ideas on how to collect evidence over time to support the triangulation of assessment while using SpacesEDU.

Working as a group can be incredibly fun and productive, but it is also a learned skill. Provide students with 15 reflection questions surrounding group work. Students can answer these as a group or individually.

There’s lots to celebrate at the end of the school year. Sometimes, the end of the school year is a whirlwind of activity. Have your students slow down for a moment with 15 thought provoking year-in-review questions. Provide this as a handout or select certain prompts to guide conversations surrounding their year (1:1 conferencing, group discussions, etc.) 

Engage students with 15 questions that prompt them to dig a bit deeper in the independent learning process. Provide this as a handout or select certain prompts to guide conversations surrounding their independent work (1:1 conferencing, group discussions, etc.) 

Encourage students to meaningfully engage in the goal setting process from start to finish. Provide this as a handout or select certain prompts to guide conversations surrounding goal setting (1:1 conferencing, group discussions, etc.)

Print and display these posters for your classroom. Help put learning into the hands of students with visual cues on how to create a post!

If you’re looking for some ideas to support SpacesEDU integration in your middle or high school classroom, this resource will point you in the right direction! Take a look for inspiration surrounding the various components of a lesson, project-based learning, differentiation, family engagement, and assessment.

Introduce SpacesEDU to families with this 1-page brochure.

Core Competencies

(Grades K-12 • Cross-Curricular)

Whether it is provincial, district, school, or teacher initiated, core competencies complement the curriculum; they
truly encourage students to have a focal point in their learning. In saying this, they add an additional layer. How can
teachers ensure that they are giving students the time and space to document and reflect upon their core
competency development? Well, how about creating an Individual Space for core competencies? In doing so, core
competency development can be meaningfully and explicitly explored and shared throughout the entirety of the
school year, fostering important lessons for lifelong learning.

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