Discover 2019, held at Max Aitken Academy Saturday May 25th, was an amazing display of Innovative Learning and Teaching happening in ASD-N! Learning Leaders and Teacher Faciliators from over half of our ASD-N schools were represented at the public event. Students were able to showcase their learning in English Literacy, French Literacy, Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Social Studies/Culture and many more areas. Projects represented many cross-curricular connections and relevant / real-life learning.
It was another great year of showcasing some amazing student talent at STEM Fest 2019.The Bathurst area STEM Fest was held March 16th which out of 37 projects, saw 20 projects recognized and 12 of our Grade 6-12 projects qualifying for the North-West Regionals on April 10th in Fredericton.The Miramichi area STEM Fest was held March 23rd and from 80 projects, saw 20 recognized with 6 Middle School projects qualifying for Regionals.
The annual Fall Harvest will feature the APEGNB Pumpkin Fling and is hosted by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick in partnership with Sunny Corner Enterprises and NBCC Miramichi.
Discover 2018 promises to be a combination of an amusement park meets the CUTE Awards at Max Aitken Academy on Saturday, May 26, 2018, from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM as Anglophone North School District will proudly host Discover 2018: Journey into Innovation. This exciting event will be an interactive showcase of innovative teaching and learning currently taking place throughout our District.
From Builder Boulevard to Planet Parkway or Fantasy Freeway to the Fitness Fun Zone, there promises to be something for everyone.
K-1 Students at Parkwood Heights Elementary were recently given a Geometry STEM Challenge by teacher Pattie Furlotte and Numeracy Lead Gail Girouard. This challenge asked students to create the largest 3D shape possible and it had to have 8 vertices. Many young engineers and critical thinkers emerged from the group and fun was had by all. To check out more photos please click here: http://stemnorth.nbed.nb.ca/gallery/parkwood-heights-geometry-stem-challenge
The week before Easter the students at Parkwood Heights Elementary were given a STEM challenge: working in teams to design and create something that would keep an egg safe from a drop from the roof of the school. Our students brought in all the materials they thought they might need and got to work. They problem-solved and worked together to come up with innovative ideas. On Thursday, all the prototypes were put to the test. At our assembly we learned that over 70% of our groups were successful in creating something that kept their egg safe, and those students were presented with a cer