North Elmsley Public School is a great place to learn.
Not only is there an Upper Canada District School Board award winning teacher, but now there is an Ottawa University researcher who wants to study her ways a little more closely.
According to a news release issued by the board this week, Trina Dobbie-Boychuk is being recognized for creating a unique learning environment that employs modern technology and advances student learning. Her Grade 4/5/6 class works out of many different spaces in NEPS, including a “home base” highlighted by comfortable furniture such as a couch, tub chairs and standing desks. Across the hall from the home base is a student conference room with large conference table, a media desk, green screen, a smart TV and an Apple TV.