Imagine

I just finished applying for the National Geographic Educator program. I was recently named a National Geographic Educator of the Week and am very proud and excited to be connected with such an amazing group of people. In December I was thrilled to be asked to work in cooperation with National Geographic Education, Google and 20 amazing educators from across North America on a very exciting project (more to come…)!

For those of you who know me, know that I love to travel, adventure and explore. I believe some of the greatest lessons I’ve learned in my life have come through adventure. Isn’t learning just that…. AN ADVENTURE? My Capstone project combines my passion for breaking down classroom walls, teaching outside of the text and empowering students to recognize their tremendous potential to make a difference. I am sharing my lesson (project) plan and my video…. “IMAGINE”. If you are interested or have any questions, please feel free to ask!

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About mrcameron14

I am a Grade 6 teacher of 18 years in Thunder Bay Ontario, Canada. Passionate about sharing with teachers throughout the world. Teaching students how to use technology 4 good and to make a positive difference in the world. Apple Distinguished Educator 2013, SMART Exemplary Educator 2013, Google Educator 2015.
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5 Responses to Imagine

  1. Norah says:

    Congratulations. Peter. That’s awesome. I enjoyed your video. I’m sure your students enjoy their explorations and adventures. We certainly don’t need to have students chained to desks and books any longer. In fact, we never did.

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  2. Dylan Smith says:

    Congratulations on your recent recognition, Peter, and on the thoughtful project description… clear, inviting, and ready to go with teacher and student resources.

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  3. mrcameron14 says:

    Thank you Dylan! Glad you think it’s useful. Feel free to share. There’s LOTS more to come! Currently working on a project addressing all the Ontario Social Studies curriculum from grades4-6.

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