This collection features resources that must be considered for professionalism and ethics in education, such as copyright issues.
This learning path is a professional development learning journey and set of classroom resources, grounded in social and emotional learning and curated by experts in the field of equity and inclusion, restorative practices, and education technology. It empowers educators to build the knowledge and capability needed to support equity and anti-racist work with students.
Educators must be courageous and confident in their journey to fully participate in dismantling racism in their learning environments. The intention of this learning path is to deeply question power, privilege, and fragility to interrupt teaching practices that marginalize, isolate, and exclude black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) students in the classroom.
In this learning path, you'll:
Deconstruct power, privilege, marginalization, and fragility
Develop individual accountability for becoming an anti-racist.
Apply social and emotional learning skills to learn how to teach from an anti-racist mindset toward building equity in the classroom
Spend sometime exploring the basic foundations of parent engagment and then learn about a variety of classroom strategies you can use to engage parents in student learning.
Copyright and fair use are crucial topics for educators. In today’s digital world, copyright and fair use are also directly relevant to activities that students engage in virtually every day. This short course aims to make these concepts clear and accessible to educators. Completing this course should give educators the background they need to feel comfortable teaching these concepts to students using Copyright and Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens, our free suite of K-12 teaching resources.
At the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
Understand the purpose of copyright and its basic rights.
Understand the limitations of copyright, including fair use.
Understand how to acquire and share media in lawful and ethical ways.
Be prepared to apply copyright and fair use to project-based learning situations, including knowing how to help students find creative work that is free and legal to re-use and share.
This webinar and list of resources for First Nations Metis 60s Scoop Experience in Canada was provided by FAST Educational Programs. If you wish to contact Lisa you can find her (email@example.com) to ask questions, or share the work you have done with your students to make them advocates against hate.
Please find the required PowerPoint presentation below. This workshop has been developed as part of the course Parents in Teaching and Learning (ECUR 823) at the University of Saskatchewan with professor Debbie Pushor.This workshop is meant to be personalized. Select the activities you wish to discuss, and spend as much or as little time on the concepts that speak fully to your school. As you select activities and where to put your focus think of what needs to be done as a school and as a classroom teacher before school begins, during school, and over the summer. Pick and choose the activities that best fit your school and your school’s needs.If you have any questions, feedback, or require clarification please feel free to call or email Melissa.firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Indigenous Canada is a 12-lesson Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) from the Faculty of Native Studies that explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada. From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations. Topics for the 12 lessons include the fur trade and other exchange relationships, land claims and environmental impacts, legal systems and rights, political conflicts and alliances, Indigenous political activism, and contemporary Indigenous life, art and its expressions."
This site offers free resources for all educators from teachers to instructional coaches and counselors to principals.
Topics include: Assessment & Evaluation, Brain-Based Teaching & Learning, Literacy, Mathematics, Education Leadership, English Language Learners, Emotional Intelligence, Equity & Diversity, Instructional Technology,
Science/STEM, Lesson Plans, Lessons & Strategies, and more!
This course includes 8 modules & will take approximately 4 hours to complete in its entirety.
Modules include topics such as:
Understanding the Context
Family & Community Engagement
Access leadership and HR courses. You will need to sign up to enrol.
Courses offered include:
*Discovering and implementing core values
*Align your organization
*Build a 1 page strategic plan
*How to delegate
*Assessing a team
*Performance reviews & More!
This resource from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education "articulates the general principles which serve as guidelines for the learning resources evaluation process."
These pre-recorded videos will provide teachers with the framework needed to complete an inquiry-based project with their students.
There are videos for each of the grade groups: K-3, 4-6, 7-8, plus a video on teacher professional learning.
The following is a one hour webinar was developed to support schools and teachers with the return to school and learnining in the fall of 2020. The webinar addresses: Connection, Routine & Community Assessment - Identifying Gaps, Readiness & Diagnostic Assessments Your Toolbox - Weapons of Mass Instruction to Accelerate Learning You've Got This! (Mindset)The supporting PPT is provided.A link to the main PD for the Return to Learn is included.
Peg Dawson and Richard Guare are two of the leading experts on executive skills and how to teach them. This is their website, offering resources and information about professional development opportunities.
As we prepare for the fall 2020 re-entry to school, in thinking about specifically supporting learning, we have developed the “Sun West Return to Learn Process”. This process reminds us of the best practices we already implement in our schools, continues to reinforce our PeBL philosophy and will help us work together to achieve “Success for ALL learners”.
Sun West Student Learning Planner Template
It is not required that you stick to a strict schedule during at home learning. However, it is suggested that you keep a schedule for wake and bed times, meal times and chores. You can be flexible with what learning is done when, and give your children voice and choice in what one of the "6 Every Day Learning" activities they would like to tackle during learning times.
However, if you are looking for a template to support building a flexible schedule for your child(ren) while learning at home, please feel free to download the following template. You can click the link to the right side of this image to download your own printable planner.