We focus on the effectiveness of the current model for Kindergarten, which includes a certified teacher and a designated early childhood educator.
Having a disability means being frequently unable to participate in activities other people take for granted. It also means confronting negative attitudes and reactions, which can be very challenging.
For the first time in years, teachers have many excellent opportunities to move within their systems, to relocate to other jurisdictions, or to pursue positions of added responsibility.
Cable in the Classroom (CITC) provides commercial-free, copyright-cleared, educational television programming free of charge to public schools across Canada.
Theodor Seuss Geisel, who we all knew as Dr. Seuss, died in 1991 shordy before completing his final book. When his editor, Janet Schulman, received the 14 unfinished pages of coloured sketches and scrawled couplets, she knew that she had acquired something important.
To nearly 600 students attending General Brock Public School in Toronto, Alice is real, and so is her wonderland.
The Education Now campaign has been endorsed by Education International, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation, and overwhelmingly by the delegates to the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario.
Each child in your kindergarten classroom has different abilities, interests and experien
In a world increasingly dependent on technology, technology is everybody’s business — or should be. Girls’ and women’s enrolment in math and science courses has improved over the last few decades.
Imagine you are a teacher of a grade three class of 28 students. One of your students has cerebral palsy.