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Thursday, February 11 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Visual Journals in the Elementary Classroom

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Visual Journals are an excellent tool to use in the elementary classroom. They help students to process information, reflect on what they have learned and to show their understanding of the topic. Visual journals are highly adaptable for students with differing abilities. This presentation will show how they can be used in all subject areas from Kindergarten to Grade 6. It will also show some Indigenous concepts that can be incorporated into Visual Journals. No creativity or drawing experience needed.

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Cassandra Christen

Visual Journals in Elementary
Cassandra Christen has been teaching for 16 years. She has used Visual Journals in the classroom for 10 years. Cassandra also co-authored and illustrated the book β€œWe Can’t Mask Our Excitement - a book to help students understand what going back to school may look like in the... Read More →


Thursday February 11, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm MST
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