an equal education for all? - smart board remote

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The classroom experiences of the fifth-grade students in public, private and Aboriginal schools across the province vary.
What should a fifth grade child in Manitoba expect?
Where does she or he go to school?
In our education system, what should every child take for granted?
Nancy Allen, Minister of Education, said the core curriculum has been finalized.
Other things, not carved in stone.
Despite the best efforts of the school.
We track 5 th grade students from Manitoba throughout the 2012 courseSchool year 13-
Private schools from urban public, rural public, northern public, First Nations and beliefs.
We want to know how the educational experience is the same and what is the difference for children of different backgrounds to go to different schools in Manitoba.
We are watching the school year for young students.
Long experience in education.
We will talk to students, their families and schools about class size, programs and extra-curricular activities provided by the school, how much homework they get, how many tests they write, whether their teachers are experts in specific areas, what extra they pay, what field trips they make, how much time they spend outside of class, for what reason.
"Obligation (Grade 5)
Courses include English, mathematics, science, social studies, sports
"Ed and art.
But there are many more schools.
The art curriculum lists dance, drama, music, and visual art, she said: "Students don't necessarily take it all, but students have to take at least one . ".
"It was decided at the local level.
"French and other languages, including indigenous languages, are optional in the fifth grade.
While the school department tried to ensure that teachers with various skills were assigned to small schools, there was no guarantee that experts would teach music, Allen saided and art.
Extra-curricular activities?
"They are not authorized," Allen said . ".
Extra-curricular activities are also provided.
Great things are happening.
Paul Olsen, chairman of the Manitoba Teachers Association, said: "sports teams and performing arts are a good way to strengthen education, but unless they are part of the school day curriculum, they are optional everywhere"The phys-
Teacher ed is not required to direct the team.
"Music teachers don't need to host a chorus or band," he said . ".
When parents walk into school, they will see their children's teachers and principals, Olsen said.
But when the head of the teachers' union walked into a school, "What we see is when can we find a resource teacher and can we get a psychological assessment within a week, one month or three years.
"It's unrealistic for a child in a small or remote school to get the music, art and physical education experts that a child in a big city school would expect, Olsen said, although this is ideal.
But he declared that these children should be educated as well as other children, no matter where they go to school.
Every child in Manitoba "should get a full Manitoba course and get all the resources needed to succeed," Olsen said ".
Including classroom materials, speech pathology, social workers, body-
Educational equipment, resource teachers, reading clinicians and staff available for diagnosis and other assessments.
Allen cannot immediately say how quickly children anywhere in the system can reach any type of resource teacher, clinician, or expert.
Three years ago Juliana Valdoria was sitting in a second grade class in the Philippines, where classes are larger and more diverse than those in Manitoba, and we dare say, children may behave more like Canadian children do in classroom 1950.
Now Juliana is walking a few blocks to fifth grade at Tinder Park Community School, one of the more than 510 children in the nursery --to-Grade-
School, Winnipeg School Division.
Surrounded by a vast playground, Tinder Park offers a variety of options for a large WSD school.
Juliana is looking forward to "maybe joining the choir, working hard and learning more.
Learn more things like art and math.
Mainly multiplication.
It was easy to answer and for me it was a good start to the fifth grade.
"When the classroom teacher deals with art, Juliana enjoys professional teacher training in music and physical education.
"This is a special teacher, just like when we have physical education class --
"Ed and music," she realized that when she was young.
"We play with the tape recorder," Juliana said . "
Sometimes we sing chorus songs.
Music shows piano, recorder, muqin, triangle
Regardless of the family situation, WSD provides musical instruments for each student free of charge.
Last year, there were 23 children in Juliana's class, and the same is expected this year.
"There is an assistant teacher.
She takes care of a special child, "when a special child
No children needed.
Gisele Mospanchuk, president of Tinder Park, said Juliana was in a class of 21 and had no education assistants this year: "Our goal this year is to have smaller classes.
"In the fifth grade, Juliana can run track and field and play badminton.
Last year's field trip took her to the Children's Museum, interesting mountains, stone-wall quarries and the Manitoba Museum.
Juliana is taught French twice a week, twice a week 45-minute classes.
"She will be exposed to a lot of smart board activities last year and also a special math consultant working with school teachers," Mospanchuk said . ".
"She's also in a class with a smart Motherboard this year.
Mospanchuk says there are two schools in the school. ed specialists.
"Music is taught by experts with a degree in music.
Mospanchuk said: "Earlier this week, Juliana's class visited the University of Manitoba's glenley research farm in the south of the city.
On a literal field trip, "It's just an amazing touch for kids on agriculture . ".
Samantha Holick has never seen any school except a very small Balmoral School north of the stone wall, where she has been attending classes.
Interlake School Division schools have 101 children from kindergarten to eighth grade.
Unlike many of her classmates, Samantha can go to school on foot.
Samantha said, "there were 25 in her class last year," but after several children moved, she expected 18 this year.
She has been with the same children since kindergarten.
Balmoral School is not big enough, there is no special teacher.
"Our classroom teacher teaches music," Samantha said . "
Teacher Ed also teaches the second grade.
Her only show.
The Christmas concert is an art experience.
"I like ELA and science.
"I like to do experiments," Samantha said . ".
She says curling is an hour a week for grades 4 to 8.
The children had a super run at the Manitoba Marathon.
Volleyball and basketball.
Last year, they visited the museums of Selkirk and Kingley and watched the plays of Robert Munch.
"This year, grade 5S got the choice of art/Band," Samantha's mother, Roberta Finney, noted . ".
Band expert teacher from Stonewall College came to Balmoral half
At Balmoral School every six days. day cycle.
The passionate Samantha said: "I want to play the clarinet.
"Fortunately, Finney has a clarinet because it takes between $100 and $140 to rent an instrument.
Ross Metcalfe, head of the Interlake school division, said: "The board has invested a lot of money into the band program, but it is still not enough to have one for every child.
We canceled the charges in many ways.
"There is still a fee for art guidance.
"They have artistic choices.
"It's an extra charge," said Finney. "It's about $15 for the material.
As for French, Samantha said: "We don't like it very much. We had one (French teacher), but she left.
"I 've never seen you bring home any French homework," said Kyle Holick's dad.
Metcalfe described Samantha's French instructions received as basic French programming.
In smaller rural schools, the division of classes is a reality, which also poses another challenge.
Samantha says young children are taking the same classes as big kids who are in separate classes.
"We did almost everything they did last year.
"The same lesson?
"Almost, yes.
We have different tests for society and science.
Finney said: "Over the years, the way classes work, Samantha did not take the third grade course.
101 students in Grade 9, Balmoral
The size of the school, it may always be with us.
How can we be like (St. James-Assiniboia’s)Golden Gate? Said Metcalfe.
The school tried to flip-
Turn over the cards in class-by-class classes so that children can learn in a one-year course, one year as a young child and one year as an older child.
"Some planning is needed.
This is a way of life for Balmoral, Rose, and Brent.
Agales of the Gros Islands
"This is the case from time on," he said . ".
Metcalfe said Samantha's class will have 12 students in grade 5 and 7 students in grade 6 this year.
"The only pure grade will be Kindergarten, which hasn't happened for a while.
"This is the first time in years that any grade is a single first grade of a class, and 14 kindergarten children have their own classrooms and teachers this year.
There is no expert in Metcalfe, aiming to hire excellent employees
All-around teachers who can teach core subjects and courses such as art or sportsed.
The opaquia school is very big-
331 children from kindergarten to fifth grade. Aliha Hebert
This year, there are only about 20 students in Dixon's fifth-grade French immersion class.
The kel West School Division School In Pas avoids separate classes or classes from more than 30 students.
"We are definitely more limited in the north, but the school does do everything it can to provide as many varieties as possible," said Cindy, Aliegha's mother . ".
"There are two completetime phys-ed teachers.
None of them are complete.
Time art teacher, but art course.
There is no music/drama except for the December Christmas concert.
"There is no band," Cindy said . ".
"I like art and math," Aliegha said . "
"I like singing a little.
"Aliegha likes to play baseball at school, though just for fun --
There is no team in the school.
"There is a running club and a garden club here, but there is no sport.
"They do have music," said Father Kim, who thought it was a complete piece of music.
Time music teacher
"They have a little running class" and a complete-time phys-
Teacher Jin said.
"There's a choir. they must have a Christmas concert.
Cindy said: "The school holds a very interesting and enthusiastic gathering every month --
Even parents like to attend because it's fun for them to watch the game.
Aliegha said there were field trips, but they didn't go that far: "Like the Queen of milk or the pool . ".
Let's go to the museum.
Gavin Smith, president of Opasquia, said field trips tend to be local, but nothing can stop them from raising money if they want to go to Winnipeg.
Back on the day he taught the fourth grade, he went to the circus in Winnipeg every year.
Smith says there are 19 children in the fifth grade French immersion class this year.
The music teacher is an expert who teaches three times every six classes --day cycle. Both phys-
Teacher Ed is an expert, one is full time and the other has some classroom duties.
"They are all bilingual," Smith pointed out.
Although there is no art teacher this year, "in the past few years, we have a talented teacher in this field who runs an after-sales service company.
"The children's school art club," said the principal.
Other teachers run dance classes, guitar clubs or choirs as extra-curricular activities.
Smith was delighted to hear that parents liked the school rally. "They are fun.
I'm glad they like me.
They are the "Super Student Conference" and the children's achievements are their special features. some people even ask to sing at the conference.
"Our goal is to get all the kids recognized at least once," Smith said . ".
Rest is the favorite part of Jamie Bignell's day.
Well, it's understandable in the fifth grade, but let's dig deeper from the perspective of pedagogy.
She also likes spelling. writing is a big deal.
"I like to write stories about my dog, Benji," Jamie said . ".
Pauline Bigner, the grandmother who is raising Jamie, said, "she likes to write and explain all kinds of stories.
"Big Joe A has three fifth-grade classes.
The performance appraisal system of the Ross School Opaskweeyak Cree Nation, Kerry immersion and two in the UK.
Jamie's big too.
It's time to run.
"Last year, I was running and reading, I was in the third place of Opaskweeyak Cree Nation" Jamie.
"You run to read and go to Winnipeg.
"Bignell is busy.
"It's really great to run and read.
We asked the RCMP to come over as volunteers.
"The children run and then read during lunch break.
On June, they drove to Winnipeg and ran five kilometers in the Manitoba Marathon.
"She likes running.
She is a very strong little girl.
"Bigner drove Jamie to school because the bus in the morning could be noisy.
"We took her in the morning because there were no teaching assistants on the bus.
They have one on their way home.
"Jamie's class has 23 children and a special teacher's assistant --needs child.
Teaching assistants usually help in class.
Jamie's fourth grade class went to Saskatoon last year and will soon know where they are going this year.
"We went swimming. we went to visit the museum. we went to the zoo.
Each class is raising money all year round and then planning a field trip, says Bignell.
They went shopping at Wal-Mart.
"She bought high heels for going to the zoo," she said with a smile.
Bignell insists that children attending back-up schools can also learn and learn like children in public schools, however, federal funding for First Nation school students is thousands of dollars less than for children in the public school system.
"We graduated a lot of people from nursing and law school. . .
The problem is that thousands of teachers are missing here.
"They cut a lot of things that other students take for granted," said Bignell . ".
There are very few experts in Joe. Ross;
A music teacher came to the classroom to host the lunch choir.
There are two plants.
Ed teachers who speak Kerry, but they are not experts.
It will be Jamie's first year of football and she is looking forward to it.
Bev Fontaine, director of education at OCN, explained that the children started an overnight field trip in the fourth grade and were picking destinations and fundraising throughout the year.
"We do have music programs," said Fang . "
"Our instruments are really limited.
We don't have a full band yet.
"Football has become a major activity in OCN, providing students and adults with four community areas," said Fontaine.
Extra-curricular activities are important for children, she said.
"We encourage it (for teachers)
But this is not a must.
Most of our teachers do some extra-curricular activities with our students.
"There are a lot of groups --
We have a square dance. we have a dance.
This is above average, more than I see elsewhere . "
OCN students start school a week earlier than their children in public schools, but they start school at the same time.
"In February, we created (mini)
"Rest in the middle of winter," Fang Dan said.
"The week before Louis Riel Day, the children were out of school on Thursday, and then Friday was the annual catcher's day.
"The winter festival has been held since 1916 in conjunction with the community carnival to celebrate the culture and heritage of the North. ImageTag)
It's a good thing that Linden Christian School has a very impressive sport
This made Stephen Grahl a happy camper.
In last year's track and field competition, "I won the first place in almost all competitions, so we went to the regional competition.
I play hockey and football outside the school. "The faith-
Private school on Wilks Avenue near Waverley Street is Manitoba's largest independent school since it surpassed St. John’s-
Number of students enrolled in the Ravenscourt School in 2001.
There are 887 students from kindergarten to grade 12.
It was the fourth year after Stephen moved from rural Manitoba to Linden Christianity.
This year, his class had 24 children, half of whom were classmates in last June.
"Yes, it is indeed confused.
"Stephen likes to have professional teachers in art, music, computer, French and sports --ed.
"They are experts," noted his mother Myrna . ".
Favorite subject?
Okay, the first one is gimme. "Gym and art.
"Experiment, I like this part of science," Stephen said . " He also likes performing arts, especially the choir, and looks forward to taking the sixth grade at the beginning of the band.
The school holds a spring concert.
Last year's field trips included stone quarries and a maze of corn.
Stephen has churches twice a week and Bible studies are part of his school work.
"Independent schools reflect the diversity of our province. . . a faith-
Said President Robert Charach.
Lyndon Christian begins class at 8: 30. m.
A full course with Manitoba accommodates religious studies.
"Our school values bands and choirs very much.
"They have experts from day one," says Charach, noting that art in grades 7 to 12 is taught by art experts.
"None of the teachers taught their own lessons --ed.
Experts along the way.
"All the kids are in grades 6 to 8.
"All the children are in the chorus of grades 3 to 8," he said . ".
Primary school children participate in friendly sports competitions with other schools, while high school university programs compete mainly at provincial level in most sports.
"They conduct at least three field trips a year;
All courses-
Said Charach. nick.
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