Lakehead Public Schools has recently introduced the concept of BYOD. This is where students are allowed to bring their own smart devices such as tablets, phones, and laptops. Many educators, parents, and politicians believe that students should not be allowed to bring devices that can access the Internet. They believe it is the responsibility the school to provide technology.
So the question is: Should students in grades 4 and up be able to bring their own devices to school?
Students answered this question in an exposition format below.
Many of the products we buy everyday are made by a child who is forced to work. Especially our shoes. We have discussed the issues of child labour in class and the countries that allow it. Below I would like you to contribute your thoughts about child labour, your choice of shoes, and how you might choose your shoes in the future.
Below I have posted the 1 hour radio program we created as a class in conjunction with LU radio. The students selected topics, researched, then conducted numerous interviews to produce an outstanding program. Please take the time to listen to our show!
In class we have been reading excerpts from The Book of Awesome, by Neil Pasricha, to help us learn how to write more descriptively. Like Joseph Conrad said in 1897, ” The power of written word is to make you hear, to make you feel…. it is above all else, to make you see.”
The following post is dedicated to all things Awesome. Please leave your awesome paragraphs here and feel free to comment on the comments left! Remember, if you can think of a positive suggestion to improve a piece, please tell the author kindly.
Starting in September 2014, Mrs. Poulin has decided that all junior students will be responsible for purchasing their own textbooks. (fictional statement)
Write a letter to Mrs. Poulin supporting or opposing this action.
We have decided to post some of our favourite meals, sandwiches, lunches, and snacks for your perusal. We have included them in procedural form, so you can duplicate them at home.