Category Archives: Useful Resources

Wonderopolis

I was reading last month’s copy of Educational Leadership on Reading – The Core Skill and came across an excellent website that is worth sharing. Wonderopolis was created by the National Center for Family Literacy and is focussed on encouraging literacy-strengthening … Continue reading

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Connecting Classrooms Around the Globe

Last week I attended a professional development session by Sandy Ryan from the ATA on   Building Bridges: Toward Effective Partnerships with Schools in Developing Countries.  Almost daily, we can read inspiring stories in the local newspaper about projects Alberta … Continue reading

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Addressing Heterosexism and Homophobia in Elementary School

In EDUC 407 – Diversity in Learning, we have been discussing how to make our classrooms a safe and caring place for LGBT youth.  I was interested in exploring how we should address the topic of heterosexism and homophobia in … Continue reading

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