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|January 20, 2017||
Taking Shape featured on KQED News' Mind/Shift ›
Excerpt from “Taking Shape: Activities to Develop Geometric and Spatial Thinking” featured on KQED News Mind/Shift
|September 22, 2016||
Pearson answers Obama's call to aid refugees ›
Pearson has committed to investing in aiding refugees around the world, alongside 50 other global companies, in response to US president Barack Obama's "Call to Action".
|June 20, 2016||
Remodeling the Workshop: Lucy Calkins on Writing Instruction Today ›
Lucy Calkins, founding director of the Reading and Writing Project at Teachers College, Columbia University, is one of the most influential literacy educators in the country.
|February 01, 2016||
Globe and Mail article examines an initiative in Brampton that dismantles the traditional classroom, inspired by Calm, Alert and Learning. ›
Research suggests that Ms. Lewis-Young’s technique in her Grade 3 and 4 split classroom at Massey Street Public School is on the right path.
|December 03, 2015||
Well Aware book featured on CBC's Holiday Gift Guide ›
This book is part of Pearson's 'Well Aware' series - which focuses on issues related to mental health.
|November 16, 2015||
Keewatin-Patricia District School Board releases external efficacy review ›
|November 02, 2015||
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|October 26, 2015||
Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ in the news ›
Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ is a Religious Education program sponsored by The Catholic Bishops of Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories and developed in collaboration with Catholic educators from across Canada.
|September 14, 2015||
CBC news article explores how teachers can help students manage stress ›
Author Stuart Shanker's 6 Key concepts of self-regulation
|June 16, 2015||
New research finds popular policy fixes in education have least impact on student learning ›
Renowned education expert John Hattie says school choice, teacher performance pay and reducing class sizes are part of a "politics of distraction"