- CBE to host consultant presentations on four school construction projects on Aug. 6July 17, 2014 […]
- System-wide technology outage scheduled for July 18-20July 17, 2014 […]
- Parents of students taking school buses - submit contracts now and prepare for 2014-15June 18, 2014 […]
- David Stevenson named chief superintendent of schoolsJune 4, 2014 […]
- Reviewing the criteria for School Capital Planning PrioritiesJune 3, 2014 […]
- engage | share your views on curriculumMay 30, 2014 […]
- Board of Trustees approves 2014-15 operating budget, including increase in feesMay 21, 2014 […]
- School Volunteer of the Year Awards - nominate by June 7May 20, 2014 […]
- input | share your thoughts about school capital planning prioritiesMay 15, 2014 […]
- Plans for 2014-15 assessment and reporting practices releasedMay 7, 2014 […]
- CBE to host consultant presentations on four school construction projects on Aug. 6
To better understand the current state of the economy, Michael Berry encourages his
students to take an imaginary voyage back through history. From Prime Minister R. B.
Bennett’s government in 1930 to Canada’s current government, students at Dr. E. P.
Scarlett High “meet” seven Prime Ministers in their time machine and research their
economic policies. Equipped with their new knowledge, students assume the role of
federal leaders and face off in a heated debate about economic issues.
For Berry’s interactive teaching approach, Canada’s History Society has awarded him
the 2014 Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Teaching.