Mystery solved! Listen here to find out who did all the reading – which teachers performed which roles? Winning guesses from each class will be announced at school Tuesday morning! A big thank you to Carlo from Classmates for helping pull this podcast series together, and of course to Charles and Brandon P. for the music! And a standing ovation …
“Be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving each other, just as God in Christ also has forgiven you.”
About Mrs. Kirstin Roche
Mrs. Roche received her Bachelor of Arts (French, 2006) and Education (Core French, 2007) from Simon Fraser University. She began her career at St. Michael’s, teaching Grade 2, Grade 6, and French for Grades 1 through 7 over the span of seven years. Mrs. Roche moved to Ottawa for three years, where she primarily taught French Immersion and began furthering her studies in the areas of Special Education and Reading. Mrs. Roche is beyond thrilled to return to St. Michael’s in the capacity of Learning Resource Coordinator and is looking forward to making many new memories in our faith community.
The last of our Literacy Week Series, this episode has an interview with not one but TWO teachers (is one of them yours? Tune in here to find out!). We also hear the fractured fairy tale, “The Wolf Who Cried Boy” by Bob Hartman. Don’t forget to fill in your Mystery Teachers page and hand it in to Mrs. Roche or …
For today’s podcast episode, we hear from Ms. Lee about her reading experiences as well as a story to which we can ALL relate! Don’t forget to write down your mystery teacher guesses! Click here to listen!
Episode 3 of our new podcast brings us an interview with Mr. Da Silva and a dramatic reading of Horton Hears a Who by Dr. Seuss! Click through to hear our programming and guess which teachers did the reading. Thanks again to Charles and Brandon P. for their music!
We are kicking off Literacy Week with a series of podcasts featuring mystery teacher readers! Listen closely to see if you can identify us! A paper was sent home today with the oldest/only students so you can make your guesses as a family. Please submit the paper on Monday morning by 9am and the mystery will be solved that day! …
St. Michael’s is thrilled to debut its new initiative, a podcast called The Archangel Book Nook! This podcast will feature books being read aloud – sometimes by one teacher, sometimes by many teachers! We will also have feature interviews discussing the reading experience and more. Click through to hear the debut episode, and listen closely at the end for more …
Children’s Hospital created a resource that helps those with Autism Spectrum Disorder get to know more about ASD. This is a kid-friendly document meant for ages 5 – 12, but it can really be used with any age. It’s a great resource that families can read together or kids can read on their own, whether the ASD diagnosis is new …
Menu #11 is dedicated to the Thinking Core Competency and Play! For our last menu, the POPEY team is sharing some of their favourite activities that help creative, critical, and reflective thinking, including connecting to these through play. These activities can be used at home or at school. https://popey.ca/sites/default/files/2020-June-learning%20menu%20%2311.pdf?mc_cid=157244bc0d&mc_eid=6af2c9066f
Menu #10 is dedicated to the Communication Core Competency. As June continues, the POPEY team is sharing some of their favourite activities that help support connecting and working together with others. These activities can be used at home or at school. https://popey.ca/sites/default/files/2020-June-learning%20menu%20%2310.pdf?mc_cid=a4f56579fe&mc_eid=6af2c9066f
If you want to know more about ADHD, take a look at this blog “ADHD 101: A Definitive Guide for Students (+ Tools and Resources)” This is a worthwhile read that encompasses signs and symptoms, benefits and struggles, frequently asked questions, and many tips, tricks, and resources. Check it out! https://ivypanda.com/blog/adhd-definitive-guide/
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