Resources by subject

Resources by subject

Often Occasional Teachers are called to teach a class which may not be in an area of curricular specialty. This is the section in which you will find those subject specific supports which will help you shine!

The Staffroom Podcast

A weekly podcast run by teachers for teachers. Chey and Pav are two experienced middle school teachers from Ontario who share the many lived experiences of teachers as well as relevant curriculum insights. In their podcasts, they bring forward cross-curricular approaches that support the many identities of students. They also amplify other educators doing this work through their podcasts. A great go-to resource for all teachers!

The Staffroom Podcast

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) provides many different wetlands and environmental education choices and resources for teachers to educate young people about wetlands, conservation and what they can do to help.

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Resources for Professionals in French Language Education

French Language Resource Centre has curated a collection of mostly free French Language resources for your planning and classroom use. It’s sure to please!

Resources for Professionals in French Language Education

 

Deepening Knowledge: Resources for and About Aboriginal Education

University of Toronto/OISE has curated an extensive collection of resources to help teachers include Indigenous perspectives into their teaching. The collection also includes resources to support teachers of Indigenous Languages.

Deepening Knowledge: Resources for and About Aboriginal Education

Teaching Students to Legally use Images Online

Now more than ever our students are creating digital products—blog posts, videos, podcasts, e-books— and using images to enhance them. Images grab an audience’s attention, they can illustrate key concepts, set a certain tone, and present a more complete understanding of the ideas being communicated.

This useful guide provides a step-by-step tutorial and plan that will help you teach your students how to legally use images.

Teaching Students to Legally use Images Online

 

The Child & Nature Alliance of Canada

The Child and Nature Alliance of Canada fosters meaningful connections with the outdoors for children and youth. We believe that all children and youth should have the opportunity to play and learn in forests, parks, meadows, and mud puddles.

Thrive Outside offers tips for educators who wish to increase outdoor learning for their students. Educators might also wish to explore the Forest School Practitioner programs that support educators in developing skills for bringing meaningful outdoor education into their teaching practice.

The Child & Nature Alliance of Canada

Ontario Art Education Association

Visual and media art resources developed for Ontario schools.

Ontario Art Education Association

First Nation, Metis, and Inuit connections: Scope and Sequence of Expectations

This Scope and Sequence resource document is designed to assist teachers with incorporating First Nations, Métis, and Inuit perspectives into the classroom by highlighting where there are opportunities for students to explore themes, ideas, and topics related to Indigenous peoples in Canada in every subject area from Kindergarten to Grade 8.

First Nation, Metis, and Inuit connections: Scope and Sequence of Expectations

World Wildlife Fund Canada

Canadian students and educators can take hands-on action to help protect nature. Living Planet @ School creates a continuous journey for students to connect with actions that help protect nature and the environment throughout their academic path. They focus on the experience of taking action, supporting students with action-oriented toolkits throughout the year and the opportunity to devise their own projects with funding from WWF-Canada.

World Wildlife Fund Canada

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

U.S. standards-based resources that improve the teaching and learning of mathematics. Explore these resources and services designed for teachers, students, and families. Includes both free and members-only content as well as a comprehensive listing of reviewed web resources.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics