The digital world can either serve as a confidence-enhancer or self-esteem-suppressor, depending on how it is used.
Within the classroom, it is important to share content that doesn’t position Indigenous people in the past but brings them into the present and future.
Most parents are rational, reasonable, and respectful, but it’s those high maintenance ones that every teacher dreads. And the situation seems to be worsening each year.
Canada is a very different country than it was in 1969 when the Official Languages Act was first enacted. That’s why some people are working to update the Act.
If teachers want to use social media wisely in the classroom—either by teaching about it, or teaching with it—they’ll need to seriously think about why and how they’re doing ...
From the way Donna places her hands, it’s obvious that she once knew her way around a typewriter. Today, Donna is learning how to send an email on a computer for the first time.