Prairie Spirit Learning
is diverse in world view, culture, language, gender identity, ability and interests and this is how we learn together. #mpscpssdGUIDE
Aspirational Learning Goals
In Prairie Spirit, our students and adults learn without limits in a world of possibilities, supporting one another, challenging one another and celebrating our learning together.
students and adults
Learning for Life
Achieve high levels of student and adult learning,
inspired by high expectations, collaboration,
engagement and real world application.
Emily Hartl, Alana Raison, and Dave Read bring their Gr.4 classes together each morning to enjoy a learning menu.
Jen Mason uses playful storytelling to invite her students to explore complex ideas like treaty relationships, diversity, and numbers to 1000.
Kendra Worman uses "jamming Friday" at MHS to support rigour, relevance, engagement, and relationships.
Social Justice Projects
Jaren Vetter invites his ELA B30 students at Delisle Comp to explore social justice issues.
Talk for Writing
Kelly Leidl has used Talk for Writing to help her grade ones learn the structures of story telling.
Knowledge Sharing Fair
Kelli White's Gr. 6 students at Aberdeen School share their learning with peers, parents, staff, and community members.
The Workshop Model
Teachers Breanne Collin and Jamie Olson discuss The Workshop Model and their learning journey as a learning team.
Prairie Spirit Reads
Saskatchewan Reads is a companion document to the English Language Arts Grades 1, 2, and 3 curricula. It was created based on sound research, focusing on instructional approaches, assessment and intervention.
A COACH APPROACH
The Prairie Spirit Way
What makes my job so exciting are the opportunities I have to be innovative in my teaching, to grow as an educator, to collaborate and connect with other educational professionals. . . I work in an environment where I am professionally flourishing. .
T. Eaglesham, 2nd year teacherPURPOSEFUL HIRING