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The Surrey School District is continually adding to its
library of digital learning resources as online learning and blended learning
evolve for the 2020-2021 school year. While the district has long promoted its Digital
Resources for students, due to COVID-19, Surrey Schools has also
launched Surrey Schools ONE, a one-stop shop for students, parents and educators
to discover a wealth of learning materials.
From lesson plans incorporating everyday household items, like mathematics
based on grocery store fliers, to newspaper articles and literacy, to
mindfulness exercises to promote mental well-being, there are loads of
innovative ideas available on Surrey Schools ONE, all of which have been categorized
by grade, subject and audience:
Students can explore what makes a 'Digital Superhero' while learning about online safety, privacy and kindness, or explore social and cultural issues using one of the many resource partner sites.For parents, activities and ideas are categorized by subjects such as Numeracy, Literacy or Social & Emotional Learning, in order to allow parents to work on specific subjects with their child.
As for educators, lesson plans are broken down by grade, and there are various activities broken up by subject and age level. There are also a range of discussion topics to engage students with, as well as guides on how to lead inquiry-based learning during class sessions and a dedicated numeracy support site.
"Educators are striving to create deep and meaningful learning experiences for students to ensure they acquire the competencies they need to thrive in a digital world," said Kathy Puharich, Director of Instruction, Education Services. "Similarly, parents are seeking resources that support and meet the educational needs of their children.
"Surrey Schools ONE is 'one place' that educators, students and parents can go to for authentic learning resources and materials that connect to the processes, skills and content in our BC curriculum."Students, parents and educators are all encourage to keep checking back with Surrey Schools ONE as the site will be continually updated throughout the school year as learning needs and demand evolves.To explore the resources for yourself, head to: Surrey Schools ONE.