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  • Here Comes Grade One!

    The Big Bundle Grade One Canadian Curriculum Workbook by

    Grade One lays the foundation for a child’s education; over that first year, there’s a lot of ground for a teacher to cover—and a lot of worksheets to plan. There’s no need to develop those materials from scratch! Developed by an elementary teacher, ...


  • The Train-the-Trainer Guidebook

    Planning and Leading Instruction at Work by

    Aimed at newcomers to the business of training—including instructional designers, subject matter experts, and leaders of all sorts—Margaret E. Wall’s inspired Train-the-Trainer Guidebook is essential reading for anyone interested in optimizing their ...


  • Flying With Peek-a-Boo Multi-Colored Feathers

    A Teacher Reconnects with her Pioneering Efforts to Promote Multicultural Education by

    Students learning how to witness the best version of themselves was an important aspect of pioneering multicultural education. I wanted the children to learn the larger truth about how the knowledge of themselves and others can spin into arguments ...


  • Hearts and Minds Matter

    Creating Learning Environments Where All Students Belong by

    Hearts and Minds Matter: Creating Learning Environments Where All Students Belong is an invaluable resource for all educational stakeholders, including teachers, school administrators, classroom support personnel, students and parents. The work is ...


  • The MYndful Movement Program

    Your Complete Guide to Mindfulness in the Classroom Grade 1-6 & Grade 7-12 Stand-Alone Activities 8-Week Programs MYndfulness of Breath, Body & Mind by

    The MYndful MovementTM (MYM) Program is an easy-to-follow curriculum for elementary and high school educators. No experience in mindfulness is necessary to guide your students in these engaging activities. Take your group through a regular practice ...


  • Life, Liberty, and Happiness

    Oedipus Rex and Plato at the Crossroads by

    Greek drama is as relevant today as ever—it is high energy and archetypal. Dramatic arts motivate and engage students kinaesthetically, visually, and linguistically, and Greek drama provides a rich framework for language arts and comparative ...


  • A Teacher Between Worlds

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    This is a collection of essays I’ve written through the years reflecting on my teaching journey in a northern Canadian community college. They are interwoven with memories about my earlier Alberta government researcher’s job and my first teaching ...


  • Teaching Through Stories

    Jane and Jeremy Learn to Knit by

    “Unhurried education, and teaching to the heart through stories, develop a lifelong love of a continually unfolding process of learning and loving the world.” Teaching through Stories: Jane and Jeremy Learn to Knit will encourage you to take things ...


  • Noyes Notes…on Transposition

    A Transposition Method for Wind Musicians by

    Transposition. What is it? How do you do it? Why and when does a musician need it? How do you get started learning it? In Noyes Notes…on Transposition, trumpeter, music educator, and technical writer Randal C. Noyes uses simple, concise language to ...


  • Mount A Teaches

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    Mount Allison University has consistently been ranked among the leading undergraduate universities in Canada over the last two decades. How does a small-town university with a population of just 2,500 students achieve such outstanding successes year ...