CSC produced a curriculum connection guide to accompany a resource "100 Years of Loss" for teachers in making their students aware of the impact of residential schools. CSC designed a workshop for presenting the resource to teachers and advised Legacy of Hope on a marketing plan for promoting the resource to schools across Canada.
CSC partnered with the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario to develop online resources that will be used by organizations across the province to train employees and others on the requirements of Section 7 of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation under the Accessibility for Ontario with Disabilities Act.
A series of professional learning videos and accompanying Viewer’s Guides to assist teachers of Core, Immersion, and Extended French programs.
This series of 57 videos featuring classrooms from Grades 1 to 12, including northern, southern, urban, rural, public and Catholic schools, demonstrates the revised Arts curriculum in action. The videos include interviews with teachers who talk about their practice and students who share their experiences.
A research investigation on the impact of digital technology in transforming teaching practice and strengthening student engagement, learning, and achievement and on the changes and directions needed at the system level for moving forward with 21st Century learning.
In 2013, CSC launched a website for the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario (ADO) that hosts a number of resources and learning materials to help educate businesses and organizations in Ontario about the accessibility laws they must abide by before 2025. In an effort to raise more awareness about the website and free resources, CSC developed a promotional video that targets the professionals responsible for employee training.
This project provides FSL educators with deeper insights into the communicative and action-oriented approaches to second language teaching.