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Year: 2003 – Province: Newfoundland and Labrador
Certificate of Achievement Recipients
School: Mary Queen of Peace Elementary School
137 Torbay Road
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador A1A 2G9
Principal: Linda Morey
School Telephone: 709-753-7950
School Fax: 709-753-4973
School Website: www.mqp.k12.nf.ca
Teacher Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher Website: www.mqp.k12.nf.ca/bruce
Grades/Subjects Taught: Kindergarten-Grade 6/learning resources/technology
Students who learn to use the technology of today will be better prepared to learn the technology of tomorrow. Even very young students can, with direction, learn to apply technology to enrich their learning.
Students learn by doing.
Mr. Lane was instrumental in obtaining funding that brought technology to the school.
All students from Grade 1-6 create and maintain their own website where they publish a portfolio of their work. This is seen as the most positive results of the technology program at Mary Queen of Peace Elementary School.
While working full time as a Learning Resource Teacher, Mr. Lane maintains a network of 50 computers, often after school and on weekends. He opens the computer lab during recess, lunch and after school so students can complete their projects.
Students who have been involved in projects in previous years often finish their assigned work very quickly and take on extra projects.
In Praise Of:
"Bruce cares about all children and focuses on the needs of his students and on their success in the school setting. He works well with his colleagues and strives to help them accomplish their goals." - Principal
"Because of his innovative methods and his passion for teaching, he has the ability to help students become enthusiastic, lifelong learners." - Assistant Principal