"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.
This page has a variety of videos to teach kids how to use masks (and why) for all ages.
You can download any of them for free!
Great ideas for creativity, genius hour, design thinking, writing prompts, maker products, video making, divergent thinking.
"Below is a list of 121 employee wellness program ideas that you can easily implement at your office.
Free bonus: Download this entire list as a PDF. Easily save it on your computer for quick reference or print it for your company’s next Wellness Meeting. Includes 10 bonus ideas not found in this post."
The following document contains everything you need to get started with Learner Profiles. Suggested inventories and resoures are included by grade grouping. Section 1 - Getting Started...Read This First (really...read this first!);Secton 2 - Kindergarten to Grade 2 Resources;Section 3 - Grade 3 to 5 Resources;Section 4 - Grade 6 to 9 Resources;Section 5 - Grade 10 to 12 Resources;Section 6 - How to Build a Learner Profile;Section 7 - Now What?
Sun West DLC's Managing Your Mind presentation. Review discussions on daily stress and anxiety with three guest speakers. Learn strategies for growing resiliency in your life and home and hear from DLC teachers about some quick activities that can help manage your own mind during a stressful moment.
This presentation has been Powered by RBC, partners of the DLC in creating a locally developed Mental Wellness 30 course, and partners in bringing mental wellness discussions and awareness to the forefront. Thank you RBC, for your support, and for your contribution in making today’s event happen.
- Material Type:
- Primary Source
- Renee Jain
- Sun West DLC
- Trina Markusson
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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
The following zipped folder contains example rubrics for each of the 7 Competencies (Character, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Communication, Creativity, Computer & Digital Technologies, Cultural & Ethical Citizenship) for grades K-5, 6-9 and 10-12 grade level.
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
"The 365 Black Canadian Curriculum is an online project by the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO), and is designed for primary, junior and intermediate educators to teach about the lived experiences of black Canadians from the past and present, 365 days a year. Students have an opportunity to learn about black Canadian scientists, medical professionals and inventors, black Canadian community leaders and political leaders. The curriculum includes a calendar; primary, junior and intermediate lesson plans in English and French; a workshop for staff; and a poster for educators."
This short but informative article looks at what students need to become Assessment Capable Learners.