The Power of Planners Planners are a powerful educational tool when used properly. Planners can transform the way teachers think and teach, inspiring them to grow and develop a deeper understanding of a school’s philosophy and vision. Are you maximizing the potential of planners at your school? If not, learn how!
How to Use Planners a Tool for Mentoring Teachers Mentoring teachers through the use of planners is far more effective than any PD you will ever give. Learn how one can teach and guide staff using planners.
Ensuring Relevance and Purpose in Learning As educators, we must always be mindful that in order for learning to be relevant for our students tomorrow, it must have purpose today. Learn the key to achieving meaningful lessons in the classroom.
Setting Up a Guided Reading Program Across Grade Levels This Guided Reading Program was originally designed to accommodate shifting student needs (triggered by a decrease in the student body), and was the ideal solution for our school. But this program could also work at schools that have multiple classes of the same grade – for example, three Primary 1 classes. Learn more about the program and if it could be beneficial at your school!
A Planning Template for Passion-Based Learning Learn more about this passion-based planning template that will allow a teacher to become a facilitator of learning and provide students the skills to pursue their passions for life!
A Planning Template for Multi-Level Modern Foreign Language Classes Learn more about this planner that will allow a Modern Foreign Language (MFL) teacher to easily accommodate multiple levels of student abilities in one classroom!
An Emergent Curriculum and the IEYC: Can They Coexist? An Emergent Curriculum based on the Reggio Emilia approach and the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) are two seeming polar opposites. Or are they? Can they coexist? Read to find out!
Customized Planners Have you recently attended professional development or read up on a new teaching approach you would like to implement in your classroom or in your homeschooling program, but are unsure how or where to begin? We can help!
Reading Gaps - Time to Change Perspective “Where are the gaps in students’ reading abilities coming from?”. The traditional perspective would point to the teachers or the students themselves, but what if this is not the case? Is it time to change our perspective? Read to find out more.
Rethinking Current Guided Reading Resources Do the current guided reading books need to be adjusted so that children can benefit from them in the earlier stages of reading? Learn more about the reasons why it might be time we rethink current programs.
Learning to Read vs. Vocabulary Building If learning to read and vocabulary building are two different areas of learning ... what does that mean for educators and the resources we use? Read to find out.
Our Emergent Readers eBooks Our Emergent Readers collection forms the foundation for teaching young learners how to read. Our series has been specifically structured and scaffolded with the aim of building children’s confidence and improving their reading skills at each level. Learn more about our reading program!
The Emergent Readers Collection As a parent and educator I encouraged my daughter to practice reading strategies: to look at the picture, try sounding the word out letter by letter, try chunking … but when these tactics fail what can you do? It was out of this frustration that our Emergent Readers eBooks were created.