Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Monday, June 17, 2019
REGINA–After spending years as an educator and witnessing first-hand how inclusion worked or didn’t work in a school, there was little question for Krista McMillen when it came time for her to choose a topic for her master’s thesis. With help from a research grant from the McDowell Foundation, McMillen was able to expand this into a research project which gave her the opportunity to talk to parents and caregivers of children with exceptionalities.
Saturday, June 15, 2019
As Jennifer Casa-Todd sees it, parents might be prone to a shrug of the shoulders and all but excuse themselves from the social media world–both for themselves and that of their children.
Friday, June 14, 2019
In his presentation to the Annual Meeting of Council, Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Senior Managing Director of Corporate Fund Services Troy Milnthorp had nothing but good news for those in attendance.
As a direct result of the impressive financial situation of the previous year, the province’s 13,500 teachers are the beneficiaries as they will soon be experiencing increased benefits while simultaneously paying lower premiums.
Thursday, June 13, 2019
In the minds of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, there was nothing variable about it. The Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers’ Society periodical, known as The Variable, recently won the 2019 Affiliate Publication Award, which places it in some select company from publications of the same ilk in North America.