Equity & Diversity

Equity & Diversitys

N’gwii Kendaasmin – We’ll Learn and Teach Together: First Nation Metis Inuit

In this video series, experts in Aboriginal education share insights on how to improve achievement for all students. The importance of educating all students about indigenous history and current issues is emphasized.

Lisa Lunney Borden
Florence Glanfield
Wab Kinew
Deborah McGregor
Elder Betty McKenna and Ed Doolittle

Exploring Aboriginal Education: Susan Dion

Susan Dion gives a straightforward account of the historical perspective educators need to think about as they work collaboratively to support Aboriginal education. She speaks of the need to be co-learners who approach their participation from a position of respect for Aboriginal world views.

Susan Dion - Video Clips

All Children Can Achieve: A Focus on Equity of Outcome

The purpose of this webcast is to stimulate professional learning. The following questions are intended to promote thoughtful dialogue and inspire action that improves student achievement for all students.

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Making Mathematics Accessible for All Students

Do you believe that all students can learn and do significant mathematics? What key conditions can teachers and school leaders put into place to ensure that all students have access to learning significant mathematics? What key high-yield strategies enable students to understand mathematics deeply?
This webcast will explore some research and illustrate several effective teaching practices in elementary mathematics classrooms. It will demonstrate effective strategies that engage all students in learning mathematics.

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Successful Practices in the Education of Black Students

To make the most of this webcast, please download and print the viewing guide found to your right.
The Context for the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat’s LNS focus on Equity of Outcomes.
The government of Ontario has made improvement in making publicly funded education the centerpiece of its mandate. This commitment begins with improved student learning and achievement in literacy and numeracy.

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Asa Hilliard - High Expectations

Teaching and Learning in Multilingual Ontario

Recent announcements by the federal government indicate an increase in immigration targets in order to meet Canada’s economic needs. Most newcomers come to Ontario, and more of them are expected to settle in smaller towns and communities across Ontario. It is important for all schools to get ready for linguistic and cultural diversity in the classroom!

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