FCL Top Posts of 2019

This year we have been fortunate to have so many valuable contributors on the Fair Chance Learning blog. Educators across the country have shared their experiences with our community and we are grateful.

As 2019 comes to a close, here are the top five viewed posts on FCL:

5. Come Together with Teams

How a Teacher Librarian Helping Teacher in the Surrey School District in British Columbia, leveraged the Teams app to bring together 140 Teacher Librarians who work and learn in different buildings.

4. Using Technology To Drive Language Skills and Create Meaningful Learning Opportunities

How Minecraft EE proved to be an incredibly powerful tool to drive authentic and spontaneous conversation in French, while developing collaboration, communication, and problem-solving skills. 

3. Building Professional Learning Pathways with Microsoft Teams

How Teams enabled one educator to go beyond simply sharing tutorials and communicating on a regular basis with teachers in her learning communities.

2. Implementing Survivor Mode into Student Learning in Minecraft EE

After a lot of trial and error, one educators breakthrough in his grade 6 class using survival mode to teach empathy, and reinforce writing styles and strategies that we were focusing on.

1. “If I could read and write, I would do school every day.”

A look at the amazing transformations in learning through planful integration of Microsoft Learning Tools in Louis Riel school Division.

Thank you to all of our guest bloggers and contributors; we look forward to sharing more stories in the year to come.