Milton high school among EdCan Award honourees for science program

A school in Milton has been recognized for innovation in teaching and learning. EdCan Network

A school in Milton has been recognized for innovation in teaching and learning.

Milton District High School has won $1,000 from the EdCan Network, a group that helps bridge the research-implementation gap, for its i-Think about Science program.

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“This program offers a unique approach to building students’ critical-thinking skills about science,” says EdCan Network director and awards jury chair Chris Kennedy. “Delivering this program to an entire school of Grades 10-12 students represents significant teacher buy-in and a shift in thinking about a subject that is still largely taught from a big textbook.”

A Ken Spencer Award recognition ceremony to honour the students, educators and community partners involved in this award-winning program will take place on May 1 at 7 p.m.

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This is the 10th-anniversary edition of the awards.

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FIRST PLACE – $7,000
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3D Virtual and Augmented Reality Class Museum
École L’Odyssée (Commission scolaire de la Capitale)
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SPLICE Projects
St. Jerome Catholic Elementary School (York Catholic District School Board)
Aurora, Ont.

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Amos Comenius Memorial School (Newfoundland and Labrador English School District)
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Max Aitken Academy (Anglophone North School Division)
Miramichi, N.B.

i-Think about Science
Milton District High School (Halton District School Board)
Milton, Ont.

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