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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 ›
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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"