This resource aims to provide a brief background on the impacts of colonialism and how it has impacted Indigenous Peoples and their Ways of Knowing in the hopes of helping educators become aware of how best to move forward to improve education outcomes for all. Also, this resource will provide tips and strategies on how to avoid essentialization (treating all Indigenous Peoples and their knowledge as the same) and appropriation, followed by examples of how to bring Indigenous Knowledge into the Science curriculum in an authentic and respectful way. This resource is not all encompassing, but will provide a starting off point for educators in Science.
Providing an opportunity for students to create a classroom resource that can be shared amongst students can be a helpful tool for students to use. Screencasting has allowed students and teachers to... read more
Written by Liliana Alexandra Theodorescu, Don Galbraith Award Winner 2019-20, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education This article discusses the challenge of planning inquiry-oriented science... read more
Categories: General Interest
This resource focuses on the differentiated assessment strategy where students create Show What you Know's (SWUN's). Students have the opportunity to build a portfolio of work, (a series of... read more