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Collaborative Projects

Collaborative partnerships between teacher-librarian and teacher and inquiry -based learning go hand-in-hand. Collaborative planning and teaching is a process whereby the teacher-librarian and teacher work together as co-partners in the design, implementation, and assessment of inquiry-based learning opportunities​.  It also includes the purposeful integration of resources and skills or competencies required for students to successfully utilize the materials and meet the learning outcomes.

*Information literacy skills  * Technology skills  *Media skills  *Reading/literacy strategies  *Digital citizenship skills  *etc.

​One such project has been the collaboration with Mme Beatch who teaches 5/6 English Language Arts.  We worked together to lead the students in an inquiry based project about Aboriginal history.  They learned the writing process of a story,  historical fiction as a genre and graphic novels as a medium.  They put together ideas from their research and created on-line graphic novels in Sway.

Click on the links below to see their stories!

5/6 Kraft's Class:

Sad Days by John​

Kai And The Dark Spirits by Araya

Ayita's Day by Addyson

The Lost by Noah

An Itchy Situation by Taylor

Keme Goes Hunting by Henry

The Last Known Beothuk by Ava

The Attack by Ena

Storm of Tahki by Tianah

The Drought by Taylan

The Two Brothers by Matt

Aucaman by Canela

The No Animal Winter by Jacob D.

The River by Alex S.

The Harsh Winter by Brett

Somewhere Different by Hannah R

Fire Spirit by Bronte & Megan

The Story of Shanawdithit by Miya G. & Chole

Addison's Journey by McKay B

The Two Lost Children by Sophie M.


5/6 Weber's Class

A Long Way Home by Camryn

Katy and the Buffalo by Eden & Kaylee

Alone in the Woods by Eva & Mackenzie

Lost in the Woods by Aliyah

The Starving by Niklas & Isaac

The Lacrosse Game by Jacob P.

The Drought by Kyler L.

Pooman and the Dream Realm by Ciara B.

Story by Casra H.

Story by Amelia H.

The War by Jack D.

Cree vs Ojibwe by Joe D.