• Parent Tips to Support Inquiry-Based Learning

    Traditionally, classrooms in Ontario have followed the rote learning model, which is a technique based on repetition and memorization.   But recently, those classrooms are disappearing in favour of a more collab...
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  • Building Study Skills at Home

    Tips for parents to help their kids build learning skills at home  Academic success is linked closely to the role a parent plays at home. Before homework frustrations set in, remember that it's a tool to review,...
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  • Parent Involvement Helps Kids Succeed in School

    Research has shown that parent involvement in their kids' education has a significant, positive impact on their academic and developmental goals.   But parent involvement does not mean standing over your kids wh...
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  • Civics for Kids: Why Stop At Red Lights?

    We've teamed up with the Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust (CCLET) to create civics scenarios to help kids, parents and teachers have conversations about civics-related issues. We encourage parents and teachers...
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  • Helping Your Child Understand Remembrance Day

    The events of 2014 have stirred up a lot of emotions – from the National Day of Honour to mark the end of Canada’s military mission in Afghanistan, to the tragic deaths of Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent a...
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  • Civics for Kids: Culture and Identity

    We've teamed up with the Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust (CCLET) to create civics scenarios to help kids, parents and teachers have conversations about civics-related issues. We encourage parents and teachers...
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  • Civics for Kids: Freedom of Expression

    We've teamed up with the Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust (CCLET) to create civics scenarios to help kids, parents and teachers have conversations about civics-related issues. We encourage parents and teachers...
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