Reframing #Canada150 in the Context of Truth and Reconciliation

I had the privilege of hearing Charlene Bearhead speak at an international education conference in Ottawa earlier this year. She blew me away, and frankly the whole audience, too. She challenged and enlightened me and I’ve harkened back to her message many times. As we’ve been thinking and learning about Canada 150, we asked Charlene […]

5 Innovative Ways to Build Positive Classroom Culture

From teaching three years in a public primary school and the previous two years in a private middle school, I’ve gotten the chance to spend time in two very different classroom environments.  I noticed that the main thing that really affected my students’ ability to connect not only with class content – but with each other and […]

World Teachers’ Day

World Teachers’ DayAt Curriculum Services Canada, our primary goal is to support the development of teachers and resources around the world. We know that great teachers are great leaders, and they must be valued as essential contributors and decision-makers. So we figured, what better way of launching our blog than by celebrating World Teachers’ Day? […]