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Year: 1995 – Province: Ontario
Paul Weese led the process to implement the province's new Common Curriculum at Lambton-Kent Composite School in Dresden, Ontario. He did this by developing a seven-unit course on mathematics, science and technology that is taught by the same teacher. Each unit has a Design and Build activity, a theme that runs through all seven units, which sees students create technological items such as terraria, solar ovens and periscopes.
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