Emily Chan writes about how she collaborated with Indigenous artist Maria Hupfield and Jumblies Theatre to teach her students about treaties and Canada’s aboriginal and settler history.
In June of 2013, students at City View Alternative School in Toronto’s west end cut the ceremonial ribbon across the door of a multi-stall, all-gen
I recently participated in a curriculum workshop for teachers hosted by Natasha Henry.
From this beginning, our class began a journey that would collect more than 5,000 items for donation in a little over a week’s time!
We all hear that positive collaboration is essential to optimizing learning environments,
The Ontario Social Studies/History/Geography curriculum offers potential connections to Google Earth on nearly every page of the 212-page document.
This program opened the door to creative thinking about literacy and technology that invigorated my passion for teaching and my students’ passion for learning.
As educators, most of us have taught a student with a disability.
Nine-year-old Chris Hadfield was spending a typical summer at his family’s island cottage in southern Ontario when he observed an event that set his life’s direction.
As I walked out of the Edinburgh airport on July 30, 2013 and felt the Scottish wind on m