This comprehensive lesson plan utilizes Canadian books to help K–12 students learn about the experiences of Indigenous peoples.
This collaboration between the Library Learning Commons, a Grade 9 math teacher, and Indigenous Education blossomed into a beautiful place-conscious learning opportunity.
Many of us likely take basic universal human rights for granted. Yet in a legal sense, human rights have existed for less than 75 years.
Administrative policy may dictate how teachers deal with climate strikes. Preparing them for responding to the needs of increasingly ecologically aware students is more complicated.
My students needed to experience success. And they needed to see that their writing could impact a broader audience than the one held captive each day in their classroom.