CSC & Wikwemikong: Rethinking Adolescent Literacy

Earlier this month, I attended the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education in support of Curriculum Service Canada’s (CSC’s) presentation. CSC’s consultant Brian Weishar, together with Mick Staruck from the Wikwemikong Board of Education, presented a reflection on their recent co-teaching project, entitled “Rethinking Adolescent Literacy: An Innovative Instructional Coaching Model.” Brian and Mick’s unique […]

Success Story: Wikwemikong Board of Education

Curriculum Services Canada recently completed a teacher leadership program with a coach-in-residence approach with the Wikwemikong Board of Education. To learn about our experience working with them in support of their teaching staff and students, click here. “Teacher leadership development in adolescent literacy is critical to influencing quality instruction for students of the 21st century. Student […]

Foundational Training at The Technology University of Uruguay

Last week, Curriculum Services Canada (CSC) visited The Technology University of Uruguay (UTEC), a young university focused on technology and innovation, to host a three-day training program. The university faces challenges in finding teachers willing to live in rural communities within the provinces and finding that those teachers who are willing may not have enough […]