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The Benefits of Large Print Books

I thought they would be good for students with visual impairments and some of our struggling and striving readers. I had no idea how many regular education students would ...

Tech and Reading

Students like Jasmine are likely digital natives: they’ve grown up with technology and they find enjoyment from tablets, phones, laptops, social media, games, and videos. ...

Helping Kids With Dyslexia

Originally published in TEACH Magazine July/August 2018 By Adam Stone A reading clinician and English as an Additional Language teacher in Western School Division, Southwest ...

Road to Confederation

Two dynamic stories depicting struggles and triumphs. Volume 1: Baldwin & LaFontaine built Responsible Government laying the groundwork for modern democracy. Volume 2: the ...

How to Teach Like a Fool

One of my most influential teaching mentors is a secondary character from a sixteenth century Shakespearean play. I was introduced to the “wise fool” from King Lear in my last ...

Let’s Do Haiku!

Through careful observation and crisp language, haiku draw attention to phenomena that might otherwise go unnoticed. For the writer and the reader, haiku presents things in a ...