Developing Understanding through the Arts
Recognizing an Historic Injustice: Canada's First National Internment Operations, 1914-1920
Designed for students in grades 5 to 9, this resource features nine lessons that use visual and dramatic arts to nurture student understanding of Canada’s First National Internment Operations, 1914–1920.
This resource is available for free courtesy of a grant from the Endowment Council of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund.
Engage students in thinking geographically about a wide range of regional, national and global issues.
Encourager les élèves à penser de façon critique en géographie en s’appuyant sur un large éventail de sujets et d’enjeux régionaux, nationaux et mondiaux.
Creating Thinking Classrooms separates the rhetoric from the reality associated with learning in the 21st century. Full of practical advice, this book includes a realistic approach to support leaders at school, district and system levels in their efforts to help teachers navigate the challenges of educational change. Partners and Individual Members receive 20% off.
The first publication in our newest series, Using Thoughtbooks to Sustain Inquiry provides practical ideas, examples and templates to help students use the Thoughtbook format to capture their thinking and to revisit and refine their evolving work.
How can we ensure that our students have the tools needed for success? The Competencies Toolkit, a new teaching resource from The Critical Thinking Consortium, provides the basis for teaching tools to develop student competence to think, communicate and act.
The Inquiry-pacs collection is a comprehensive online resource, with print supplement options, containing detailed teaching instructions, easy-to-use student materials and visual displays. They offer inquiry-based activities to engage students in thinking critically as they master all the learning outcomes and expectations in the curriculum.