Canadian art is a door to learning about a wide range of ...
Canadian art is a door to learning about a wide range of subjects.
The Art Canada Institute teacher resource guides presented here offer students the opportunity to study a multitude of subjects—from environmental awareness to activism, social justice to gender studies, politics to computer science (to name a few)—through the art and artists who have defined this country’s visual culture.
Following our provinces’ education curricula, the teacher resource guides provide multidisciplinary learning activities that reveal how Canadian art powerfully reflects our world so we can better understand it.
Help your students to get organized by keeping all their materials and ...
Help your students to get organized by keeping all their materials and resources for your subject in this digital portfolio. The downloadable template provides tips, tricks and lots of examples to get you and your students started documenting their learning journey. You provide the template to the students so they can implement what they have learned during the class, semester or year.
Create a free account (use your Google sign in) to have access to this great resource!
As awareness of dyslexia in early literacy grows, more and more questions ...
As awareness of dyslexia in early literacy grows, more and more questions have emerged about the learning challenge and how to better identify and support students at risk.
This new toolkit offers explicit answers for educators looking to learn about dyslexia and how to effectively screen for it to ensure students are supported as early and as effectively as possible.
With this toolkit, educators can better understand topics like: - Dyslexia: What exactly is it? - How to screen for at-risk students (and what actually works) - Dyslexia legislation enacted in recent years
Plan for the Unexpected and Help Relieve Stress Having to cover a ...
Plan for the Unexpected and Help Relieve Stress Having to cover a class last minute? Need an emergency sub plan? Check out these easy, FREE activities from the CharacterStrong curriculum! Amidst this crazy time, the resources will help you pre-plan for the uncertainty of an educator absence or staff shortage. Includes resources for: - Prek-2 - 3-5 - 6-8 - 9-12
This is a must-watch for high school teachers and students. Watch this ...
This is a must-watch for high school teachers and students.
Watch this 45-minute session to review the content, tools, and workflows at the Gale Literature Resource Center.
The Gale Literature Resource Center provide biographies, work overviews, full-text criticism, multimedia materials, and author reviews from all eras. Intuitive research tools like Person Search, Topic Finder, and Google/Microsoft Integration support learners and researchers high school aged and above.
These prompts can be used at school or at home! "Math Before ...
These prompts can be used at school or at home!
"Math Before Bed is a collection of prompts that can inspire mathematical discussions that you and your children can have before bed, at dinner, or anytime.
Each prompt on this site shows you and your child a perplexing problem. Sometimes there is one right answer and sometimes there are many right answers. The purpose of each question is to generate a discussion about HOW you determined an answer. If you find one answer, try to find another. You could complete one prompt a night, or many prompts."
You can filter prompts using the STRANDS tab at the top of the page into number sense, patterning, geometry, measurement or probability.
The educational resources you find here are for Indigenous and non-Indigenous educators ...
The educational resources you find here are for Indigenous and non-Indigenous educators teaching students and learners of all ages. Here, you will find: Lesson plans developed with an Indigenous perspective for teaching: -Indigenous, land-based skills and knowledge; -Indigenous languages; -Mainstream K-12 subjects infused with Indigenous knowledge. Some lesson plans are adaptable for professional development opportunities. Videos that can be used as part of lesson plans or on their own. Helpful materials for educators to: -Evaluate your and your learners’ experiences with a lesson; -Create your own lesson plans using templates with an Indigenous-based, student-centered approach. Find lesson plans in: Indigenous Languages, Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being, On the Land, Art, Music, Commerce or Business, Careers, Science, Biology, Math, Nutrition, Family and Parenting, History, Social Studies.
Photomath is the ultimate educational tool for a smartphone or tablet. With ...
Photomath is the ultimate educational tool for a smartphone or tablet. With over 300-million downloads, students and families around the world are using Photomath to check their homework, study for tests, and are building their math confidence every month.
Teachers can use Photomath to: - Reinforce concepts learned in the classroom. - Check homework assignments. - Accelerate individual learning.
Get the easy to use Photomath app today! Head on over to Google Play or Apple to download the app and get started!
Project-based learning does not always have to be a 6-8 week unit. ...
Project-based learning does not always have to be a 6-8 week unit. Often students and teachers go lost somewhere in the middle. This website outlines how teachers can used design thinking to get students researching, collaborating, evaluating information, creating, revising, and launching in a short period of time. Through the process they engaging in a Project-Based Learning "sprint".
“The LAUNCH Cycle” is a K-12 framework for design thinking in the classroom and can be done in any subject and in any grade level (with modifications of course).
The process is as follows: STEP #1: PRESENT THE CONTENT THAT STUDENTS ARE GOING TO LEARN (THEN GIVE A CHOICE ON WHICH AREA THEY LEARN MORE ABOUT) STEP #2: HAVE STUDENTS RESEARCH THE CONTENT (WHAT DOES THE WORLD NEED TO KNOW ABOUT IT AND WHAT CAN THEY DO ABOUT IT) STEP #3: STUDENTS CREATE SOMETHING THAT MATTERS (a PSA) AND SHARE IT WITH THE WORLD!
The goal here is for students to be documenting, sharing, creating, and teaching while they are learning. Be sure to watch the video of the process in action!
The University of Saskatchewan offers this tremendous resource that promotes the richness ...
The University of Saskatchewan offers this tremendous resource that promotes the richness and diversity of the sciences, nurture curiosity and innovation, and inspire students to consider a career in science, and support teachers to provide exciting educational experiences.
Check out the great collection of video and activity resources for teachers and parents to supplement and enhance K-9 science learning.