Monday, June 3, 2019
CUMBERLAND HOUSE – This fall, Saskatchewan teachers will have a new curriculum resource to shift learning beyond the classroom walls and out on to the land thanks to a new book published by a Cumberland House teacher and her students.
Muskrats and Fire was written by Renée Carrière in collaboration with Charlebois Community School students. The book provides a personal account of their research journey to discover “Where have all the muskrats gone?” and shows how Western and Indigenous science can work together within the kindergarten to Grade 12 curriculum.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Even though they might sometimes see things differently, Saskatchewan School Boards Association President Shawn Davidson went to great lengths to tell those attending the Annual Meeting of Council that his organization holds teachers in the highest esteem.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
In his address to the Annual Meeting of Council a year ago, Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Executive Director Randy Schmaltz was ebullient in sharing his vision for
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Consistently, mental health and anxiety have been identified as being on the rise among educators and their students.
Saturday, May 25, 2019
Is there a place in education for online learning? For some, the answer might be a straight up no, not a chance. But the reality is it has been here for a while and continues to pick up momentum.