Schools around the country are closing to allow families and staff to practice social distancing and limit the spread of COVID-19.
As teachers, we speak about many different rights in our classroom. We talk about the rights students have as learners in the space of the class, we talk about the Rights of the Child, the Rights [...]
On September 30th, students across Canada will mark Orange Shirt Day. They will be encouraged to learn about Phyllis’ Story and to wear orange shirts in support of raising awareness about the [...]
The school year hasn’t quite begun, but many teachers are already getting ready for the first day of school and are planning out what they will be teaching this year. To help you get ready for [...]
One of the ways we understand the world around us is through the language we speak. Words in our language help to frame our culture, our world view, and even our behaviours. Without the ability [...]
In many Indigenous cultures, women have a powerful role as teachers, protectors of the land and water, and bringers of life. Certain teachings belong to women only. Some cultures, such as the [...]