A resource for beginning teachers, occasional teachers, mentors and teacher candidates.
A book and collaborative community for beginning teachers from your Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO).
What Works: Research into Practice series, 2007 to the present
Capacity Building Series, 2007 to the present
The purpose of The Learning Exchange is to share "research-based content focused on student achievement". (About page)
The Learning Exchange also hosts a Literacy & Numeracy Secretariat (LNS) video series on Quality Teaching, It's Intentional This series continues the focus on how to instruct for optimum student achievement. Other LNS videos focus on instructional strategies, sometimes with a subject context -- especially reading, math.
The OERB is a database of lesson plan ideas and classroom activities created by Ontario teachers for Ontario teachers. Your access is via the Queen's pre-service password available only to Queen's Education candidates here. Use the password your Education Librarian gave you to access the password file. If you have forgotten it, email your Librarian and include your student number in your request for the password.
Search by keyword to find education-related documents. No need to log in to download free publications. For example, search growing success kindergarten for the Growing Success Kindergarten Addendum.
This literature review focuses on learning outdoors but highlights aspects of learning outside of classrooms that will resonate for those investigating other non-traditional settings for learning. Of particular interest is the section on the types of learning that is especially nurtured outside of classrooms.
Education Canada is the Canadian Education Association's flagship magazine for educators. It reports on current issues in education from a Canadian perspective.
Voice (Elementary Teachers' Federation)
Education Forum (OSSTF)
Only selected articles are available online. Your Ed Library has this in print on Floor 1.
Perspectives (Can. Teachers' Federation)
Perspectives is published by the Canadian Teachers' Federation and features practical articles on issues of concern to Canadian teachers. Recent issues include pieces on wellness in our schools and human rights issues as an educational concern.