FESTIVAL DU LIVRE – ESSB Bookfest 2014 – Activities

Where the activity will be held Activity description NCHS- All classes A story will be born on Monday the 7th in the Pre-kindergarten room and be passed from class to class all week for everyone to build the plot. The book will have visited every room in every grade level by Friday. The masterpiece of […]


Learning Toolkit (LTK), ePearl Video Resources for Teachers!

Posted by admin on August 29, 2013 in Arts, Course Subjects, English, French, Geography, How-to, LTK, Math, Science, Social Sciences, Video |

Links on this page will provide a brief video clip about the topic indicated. Overview of the ePearl concept http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/promo/en/videos/promo_video.php Virtual Tour of the ePearl environment: http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/tutorial/index.php How to Login: http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/tutorial/login.php   Level 1 (Grades 1 & 2): http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/tutorial/level1.php Introduction (3:03) General Goals (1:30) Readings (4:17) How to Create a New Reading Feedback from Peer […]


Quebec Roots/Blue Metropolis ELA Project for 2013-2014…September Deadline!!!

Posted by admin on August 19, 2013 in English |

Please note that there is an early deadline for the Quebec Roots ELA project for 2013-2014 First week of September! http://www.metropolisbleu.org/quebecroots/ There are only a few places so please act quickly!


Playing With Poetry

Posted by admin on June 19, 2013 in Course Subjects, English, LEARN |

Playing With Poetry was a web event hosted by LEARN, with Melanie Stonebanks, where numerous methods to bring playful poetry into the English Language Arts curriculum. Geared for the Elementary classroom, this session encouraged and exposed the power and passion that poetry possesses. Below is the link to the Playing with Poetry web event archive. The archive page includes some inspiring resources, as […]


Best Practices

Posted by admin on April 15, 2013 in Course Subjects, English, French |

A message from MELS:  (These video clips are excellent but still not available in English). Dans le cadre de ses activités visant à promouvoir les connaissances issues de la recherche en éducation auprès du milieu scolaire, la Direction de la recherche et de l’évaluation du MELS vient de rendre disponibles sur le site Web du […]


Turning Blogs into Ebooks

Posted by admin on January 15, 2013 in Course Subjects, English, French, Uncategorized, Web Resources |

Hi all,   Here is a cool site that came to me from our RECIT French Colleagues. It allows you to download your blog into a eBook. For our regular bloggers or for class projects, its a cool idea.   https://ebookglue.com


Flipped Classroom

The Flipped Classroom is an exciting relatively new concept more and more teachers are discovering. While probably best with Secondary students, it can work for other levels as well. The concept is that students would sit through the lecture portion of their studies through some form of technology, e.g.: online videos, power points, etc. and […]


Blog Link to Some Great Sites

Try this blog out for size! I found it while browsing Education Beyond Borders site. The Titanic, Anatomy and Top 18 Teaching and Learning Websites are amazing. 8-most-read-articles-in-educational-technology


The Daily CAFE

Posted by admin on March 10, 2011 in English, Web Resources |

The Daily CAFE is a professional development resource which supports The Daily 5 and The CAFE and has been recommended by Lisa Mosher, ESSB’s Literacy Consultant. Lisa explains that “[i]t is an amazing site which provides endless support.” The site includes video footage of classroom best practices, offers a tip of the week, and offers useful […]

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