Board Improvement Planning for Student Achievement – VIDEO
This series highlights plans and tools for improving student learning and achievement and reducing achievement gaps , as well as building capacity and sustainability in the skill and knowledge of educators.
Honouring Student Voice in Mathematics
This resource profiles a teacher and her Grade 5/6 as they work through a three-part mathematics lesson. The students reflect on how they have supported each other as a community of learners in developing their understanding of mathematics.
Plan for the Math by Doing the Math
Fostering a Community of Learners
Student Voice and the Three-Part Lesson
Kindergarten Matters: Re-imagining Literacy and Mathematics Throughout the Day
Learning is ... a shift in thinking and action
Learning is ... co-constructed inquiry
Learning is ... expressing and communicating theories that give meaning to events and objects in the world
Learning is ... a process of constructing, testing and re-constructing theories
Learning is ... building relationships between contexts and perspectives
Kindergarten Matters: Intentional Play-based Learning
Kindergarten Matters: Planned, Purposeful, and Playful Talk
Leadership Matters: Open-to-Learning Conversations – VIDEO
This series includes educators from across Ontario engaging in and talking about open-to-learning conversations that are reflective, respectful and at times courageous. Although the scenarios are fictitious, the “actors” are real – educators filmed in role to share their expertise.
Having Hard Conversations
Preparing for the Conversation
Developing Skills to Engage in Open-to-Learning Conversations
Four Paths of Leadership
Cultures of Communication
Snapshots of Effective Practice
This collection of video “snap shots” utilizes expert voices and classroom scenes to provide views…
Allan Luke - Current Practices
21st Century Teaching and Learning
Lucy West: Insights Into Effective Practice
Jerome Harste and Vivian Vasquez
Frank Blye: Boys' Achievement
Doug Clements: Early Mathematics
The 6 C’s
The 6 C’s approach — what we might call leading from the middle continues to be cultivated and spread throughout the province, including establishing clarity of each of the six clusters and how to develop the skills and dispositions in question.