Ontario Math Resources

  Here is a list of some of the best resources to support math in Ontario. Please feel free to add more to the list […]

Planning for Math Instruction

Math Assessment, Home Connections

Globalization: Friend or Foe of Modern Learning?

  Globalization has contributed to an amazing realm of possibility for modern education. But we can’t always assume it is always beneficial. We need to […]

Teaching Math for FNMI Students

  The dominant ways in which math has always been taught in our Western society includes drill, rote learning, and a focus on math ‘authorities’ […]

Feedback & Inquiry Twitter Chat Part II

The Feedback Friendly Classroom: Twitter chat Part II of Feedback and Inquiry: March 31, 9PM

Critical Literacy and the Internet

We want our students to think critically about the sites on the internet. We want them to think critically about the information shared online, and […]

Create your own Google Search Engine

We are hearing a lot recently about search engines for kids. This is a tricky issue when we get into issues of social justice and […]

Syrian Refugees: Allowing Stories to be told in the Classroom

I have begun to think about how I would make sure that my practice is fair for helping Syrian Refugees in classrooms. First, I don’t […]

The Underlying Stories we tell in Education

There are underlying stories that come to life when we look at what we teach and why we teach it. We hear the most important […]

Fill out our Wonder Wall! Promoting Feedback and Inquiry #ontsshg

Promoting Feedback and Inquiry in the Social Studies, History and Geography classroom. Join us next Thursday February 25 @ 9PM on Twitter: #ontsshg Please take […]

14 Considerations for Inquiry Based Learning

  Inquiry is essential. The fact is that students come to school with partial knowledges.  But the curriculum documents themselves do not address the parts […]

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