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The Campus Calgary/Open Minds program provides opportunities for students to be involved in hands-on learning and spend extended periods of time observing and reflecting within authentic settings.  These events deepen student learning and play a significant role in helping to foster attitudes and understandings of cultural awareness, civic pride, community responsibility, and stewardship.  The CC/OM experience truly opens the minds of students, giving them a clearer idea of how they fit into the big picture, and the role they play within it.

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Research:

 

Resources:

  • Barell, John. Developing More Curious Minds. ASCD, Alexandria, VA. 2003
  • Duckworth, Eleanor. The Having of Wonderful Ideas. Teachers College Press. NY. 1987 (Second ed. 1996).
  • Falk, J., & Dierking, L. (1992) The Museum Experience. Washington DC: Whalesback Books.
  • Kydd, Gillian, Seeing the World in 3D: Learning in the Community. Trafford Publishing, Victoria, BC. 2005
  • Wheatley, Margaret. Finding our Way – Leadership for an Uncertain Time. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., San Francisco, CA. 2005

 

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The Science School is sponsered in part by: The Chevron Open Minds School Program and Telus World of Science Calgary.