This comprehensive guide offers real-life answers to real-life questions about British Columbia’s school system.
This book illustrates how to connect students to the natural world and encourage them to care about a more sustainable, ecologically secure planet. Cultivating ecological understanding requires reimagining the human world as part of, not apart from, nature.
Classroom-tested with young children, this adapted script keeps the rich and playful language of the original dialogue intact. Conveniently packaged in sets of five, it is perfect for teachers wishing to stage a reading or production with their students.
Magic happens in the classroom when young children explore and experience Shakespeare’s drama. This resource offers children opportunities to explore words, characters, and issues by listening, speaking, reading, writing, drawing, and physically expressing themselves.
This innovative program fosters curiosity and nurtures a love of learning by allowing students to become self-directed experts on a topic over the course of their schooling.
A component of the LiDKit, this book addresses practical matters of keeping students imaginatively engaged with their LiD topics.
Understanding Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities addresses how our educational system has failed to identify many children with learning disabilities and calls for the adoption of straightforward diagnostic techniques so that treatment options can be implemented at a young age.
This book brings together the work of education scholars and the experiences of teachers, the best of theory and of practice, in a comprehensive collection of ideas and activities for elementary social studies.
Developed from the acclaimed Canadian Anthology of Social Studies, The Anthology has been completely revised, with updates to the best from the original book and new chapters that address timely issues.