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Resources

Page history last edited by Shelley Beleznay 13 years, 2 months ago

Knowing about new resources and remembering what's available when you need it is essential for busy teachers.  This page will be designed to help us keep the information we need in one place.  As we build it, we can organize it into meaningful categories.  For now, let's just get started.

 

District Resource Centre:

We'll feature what's new, what's interesting, what's hot and available at the DRC.

 

Featured Resource:

Each month we try to choose a key resources that we'll archive at the Resource of the Month page.  

Comments (3)

cherylg123 said

at 12:26 pm on Oct 14, 2009

perhaps this is as good a place as any to spread the word about our local museum. wow--a great space! it is bright, shiny new--on commercial st (beside the new serious coffee shop). school tours are 40.00/class. bobbi williamson is the contact person...she will provide students with "discovery sheets" that help orient them to the nanaimo artifacts. although the discovery sheets are geared for grades 5/6, we made them work for grade 10 social studies students in conjunction with the rocket richard installation.
bobbi is also working on a gps guided walking tour of historic nanaimo aimed at grade 10's. i'm looking forward to taking a few classes for the tour in the springtime.
check out our new museum--a tres fantastique resource in our community!

Venessa MacDowell said

at 6:38 pm on Jan 6, 2010

I am not sure if you have heard of a new film called: We are the Change we have been waiting for. Google this title. The website is great. I was introduced to the film at the BC superintendents conference by a researcher/presenter from the UK Valerie Hannon. She says the film is modeled after Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth but on the subject of Education and the need for change. Take a look and share it with others.

sbeleznay said

at 8:55 pm on Jan 6, 2010

Thanks Venessa. A link to the trailer and more information about this powerful film can be found at http://www.wearethepeoplemovie.com/.

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