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"I’ve listed 100 PBL ideas below to help get you started on the project-based learning journey. The ideas below that are hyperlinked will send you to the project that is already developed. These 100 PBL experiences will be the first 100 projects created by our PBLK12 team and I can’t wait to share them out. In the meantime, use them to get inspired and give you some ideas to start PBL with your students." - A.J.Juliani
You have the option to purchase the PBL Playbook on this site as well to assist you with your PBL journey. It's currently FREE and you just pay shipping and handling. His resources are amazing and worth it.
2019-2020 Canadian planning calendars
There's one each for Grades 3-5 and Grades 6-8.
Find daily, weekly and monthly themes, as well as their corresponding EVERFI lessons.
Plan to use great units on digital literacy, compassion, shopping, STEM, relationships, etc.
A fantastic article for parents and teachers that discusses the power of just 20 minutes a day for reading at home.
This is the best gift you can give your child!
Subject: Cross-curricular Competencies of Thinking, Identity and Interdependence, Literacies, and Social Responsibility that will “strengthen and enrich students’ present learning and future lives.” Saskatchewan Education, 1988
Grade: Not applicable (special needs student)
Theme: Social Interactions
Competency Focus: Strategies that can help a student with ASD manage stress levels, and as a result, social interactions
This continuum breaks down each of the SECRET skills components and specifies the expectations for students at the grade 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 level in student-friendly language.
This document outlines how the 7 Cs, SECRET and Sun West Learning Behaviours all align to teach 21st Century Skills.
Author: Lee Watanabe-Crockett
This is a phenomenal gathering of web sites that include resources to teach:
Global & Cultural Awareness
Safe Web Searching
This list of suggested teaching strategies is to assist teachers in the development of learning experiences with their students is adapted from Gagne’s Nine Universal Steps of Instruction.
Our Automatic Readability Checker takes a sample of your writing and calculates the number of sentences, words, syllables, and characters in your sample. Our program takes the output of these numbers and plugs them into seven popular readability formulas. These readability formulas (see below) will let you know the reading level and grade level of your text and help you determine if your audience can read your writing.
Since 2013, the Saskatoon Tribal Council has been taking part in the Aboriginal HIPPY(Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) Program, which is administered by the British Columbia-based Mothers Matter Centre. The program empowers Indigenous parents to deliver a culturally relevant learning program to their preschool youngsters. This video from 2016 outlines the Tribal Council’s success with the program.
Kate Kinsella, Ed.D., is a teacher educator in the Department of Secondary Education at San Francisco State University. She teaches coursework addressing academic language and literacy development in linguistically and culturally diverse classrooms. She has maintained secondary classroom involvement by teaching an academic literacy class for adolescent English learners through the University’s Step to College Program.
*Marzano 6 Steps
WHAT ARE ONLINE DATABASES?
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Education has developed an online database that allows students and teachers to access hundreds of informational resources such as magazine articles, newspapers, encyclopedias and even journal articles online free of charge. Under a provincial licensing agreement, the Ministry is able to provide free access to Saskatchewan schools. For students conducting online research, the resources in the databases can be a more effective way to ensure that information is from a reliable source. Different reading levels are also available!
This Module highlights classroom considerations that promote access to the general education curriculum for students with disabilities (est. completion time: 1.5 hours).