In Rocky View Schools, the phrase Making Learning Visible means designing opportunities for students to imagine, create and exhibit original writing, speaking and representing with purpose for authentic audiences. That is how we foster creative confidence in ourselves and our students. We publish, present and produce their stories on the page, the stage, the screen and the web.
The Rocky View Studio Bookshelf is a collection of stories and exemplars that offer inspiration for being creative in your classroom, no matter what grade or subject, nor whether you are learning in person, online, at home or on the land. The process for creating original works remains the same: publish student writing and storytelling to be read, viewed, listened to and interacted with by authentic audiences.
Learn more about the creative process in our Workshop and design learning in your classroom so that you can publish original student writing and storytelling on the page, stage, screen and web. And share your learning with #rvsed from your online on your site, channel and social media.
Student artist & author, Macki C., pictured in grade ten with her teacher, Mr Gray, sharing her first published book, When I Grow Up, which began as a class project. Her second book, What Makes Me Special, was completed in the spring, after schools closed, and is now available on amazon.ca!