Thursday, June 13, 2019
Traditionally, much of the strategy employed by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation when it came to provincial collective bargaining was based on past practices, while being generally mindful of the long-held relationship between the public education stakeholders.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
It has been well-documented how varied the teaching profession can be depending on the locale in this province.
Thursday, June 6, 2019
As she was handing out the one-page blue sheet to those attending her session at the Awâsis 2019 Aboriginal Education Conference held recently in Saskatoon, there was clearly a personally lived experience Wynona Cenaiko wanted to share.
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Since September, Kari Krug along with another Saskatchewan curriculum teacher have been meeting with three of their Muslim teacher counterparts to further develop relationships, share stories and identify ways to increase collaboration. The goal of these focus groups is to increase understanding and collaboration between the two groups.
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.