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A core resource is a foundational or key resource that complements a curriculum in an especially effective way. It may be a comprehensive resource that broadly addresses several of the student learning outcomes (e.g., a major integrated resource, series, textbook), an in-depth student resource that addresses at least one student learning outcome or a professional resource for educators.
Designing Patterns: Exploring Shapes and Area
Modules in this Math in a Cultural Context Series: Lessons Learned from Yup'ik Eskimo Elders provide an example of how to explore the multiculturalism of mathematics. In this module, students learn about patterns used by Yup'ik seamstresses and then set out to create their own patterns for a headdress by cutting and folding a rectangle. In the process, students learn about relationships between geometry and area. Extension of the activities allow for exploration into fractions. Two stories i...
Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally (5th Canadian ed.)
This professional resource offers suggestions to teach concepts and procedures specific to mathematics in grades K-8 students. There are suggestion to differentiate instruction for English Language Learners, advanced learners, and learners with difficulties. The resource references real experiences and assessment practices to address the foundations of how children learn. This edition focuses on mathematical inquiry through rich tasks and classroom discourse. There is a companion website list...
InfoTrac (Gale Databases)
InfoTrac contains electronic databases of more than 2,300 full-text magazines, journals and reference sources. Examples of databases include: Junior Edition, Student Edition, General Reference Centre Gold, and CPI.Q (Canadian Periodicals).
Math Central is a clearinghouse of mathematical resources for students and teachers.
MathUP Classroom Grades K-8 (National Edition)
MathUP Classroom is an online tool for teachers and students designed to build mathematics content knowledge while providing connections to improve understanding and to meet the needs of all students. Components for teachers include: topic overviews, teaching, assessment and differentiation ideas and curriculum correlations. Resources for students include: lessons on strand-based topics, Number Talks, Brain Benders, Wonder Tasks, Cross-strand Tasks and digital puzzles, games and supporting ac...
Mathematics 4. Additional Learning Resources (2009) Updated 2011
This list of learning resources identifies high-quality resources that have been recommended by the Ministry of Education to support the curriculum, Mathematics 4.
Mathematics 4. Core Learning Resources 4 (2007) Updated 2011
This list of learning resources identifies high-quality resources that have been recommended by the Ministry of Education to support the curriculum, Mathematics 4.
Mathematics 4. Manipulatives
Manipulatives are an essential component of an effective mathematics program, leading to the development of deeper understanding of mathematical concepts. The charts outline the types of manipulatives needed, the suggested uses and the suggested quantity recommended (where appropriate). Some manipulatives may be collected, others may be constructed and many may be purchased. Two of the main distributors for these materials are Spectrum Nasco and Scholar's Choice. Please consult these companie...
Mathematics Teacher. Learning and Teaching PK-12
Mathematics Teacher reflects the current practices of mathematics education, as well as maintaining a knowledge base of practice and policy in looking at the future of the field. Content is aimed at preschool to 12th grade with peer-reviewed and invited articles. This journal is published monthly and replaces Teaching Children Mathematics, which ceased publication in 2019.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) is committed to promoting excellence and innovation in mathematics teaching and learning for all. It publishes the journals, Teaching Children Mathematics, Mathematics: Teaching in the Middle School and Mathematics Teacher.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
Provides educators with electronic resources to augment student learning in the areas of shape and space, number, algebra, measurement, data analysis and probability.
These activity-based learning resources introduce, develop and extend student thinking and reasoning in various mathematical concepts. Several related activities suited to the developmental stages of students are provided. Accompanying the interactive investigations is a CD-ROM containing blackline masters, professional readings and applets for the students to manipulate.
• Navigating Through Algebra in Grades 3-5
• Navigating Through Data Analysis and Probability in Grades 3-5
• Navigating Through Geometry in Grades 3-5
• Navigating Through Measurement in Grades 3-5
Nelson Math Focus 4
This resource consists of a hardcover student textbook and 12 teacher resource booklets.
• Nelson Math Focus 4. Student Book
• Nelson Math Focus 4. Teacher's Resource
Open Questions for Rich Math Lessons. Grades 4-6 (WNCP)
The resources in this series provide a range of open questions that cover the various parts of a problem-solving lesson. These questions may be used to discuss math concepts, to provide practice for concepts and skills, to create extra challenges for students or to act as models for developing your own open questions. Each book in the series focuses on a specific strand: Number, Patterns and Relations/Statistics and Probability and Shape and Space.
• Open Questions for Rich Math Lessons. Grades 4-6, Number Strand
• Open Questions for Rich Math Lessons. Grades 4-6, Patterns and Relations, Statistics and Probability
• Open Questions for Rich Math Lessons. Grades 4-6, Shape and Space
Pearson Math Makes Sense 4 (WNCP ed.)
This resource consists of a student text and teacher's guide with a DVD and CD-ROM. These resources provide for both formative and summative assessment. Every unit has both a unit problem and a unit test. Rubrics are also provided which include sections about conceptual understanding, procedural knowledge, problem-solving skills and communication.
• Pearson Math Makes Sense 4. ProGuide (with CD-ROM and DVD)
• Pearson Math Makes Sense 4. Student Edition
Powerful Learning: What We Know About Teaching for Understanding
The authors provide a number of teaching practices including project-based learning, cooperative learning, performance-based assessment, as well as instructional strategies in literacy, mathematics and science. Online videos at www.edutopia.org demonstrate how role models help to generate student understanding. There are examples that show how educators can enable students to think critically, transfer skills and knowledge and be flexible problem solvers, both inside and outside the classroo...
Additional resources also complement the curriculum in an effective way and are of the same variety as core resources. However, where funds are limited, educators are advised to start by purchasing core resources.
A Place for Zero: A Math Adventure
In the land of Digitaria, a weepy Zero laments that he has no place among the other digits. As Zero searches for his value, he learns of his additive and multiplicative properties. Humorous mathematical puns add to the colourful illustrations of legged numbers.
Algebraic Reasoning. Professor Arbegla Introduces Variables and Functions: GEMS Teacher's Guide for Grades 3-5
The fictitious Professors Arbegla and LaBarge introduce students to numerous problems that require critical thinking and algebraic reasoning. "Malfunctioning" machines and special scales pose mathematical challenges in which students identify patterns and the relationships between numbers. Explorations of the distributive property, the identity property, inverse operations and the commutative property described in this resource develop students' mental addition and multiplication skills.
But Why Does It Work?: Mathematical Argument in the Elementary Classroom
This professional resource provides a teaching model that focuses on mathematical reasoning. By having students justify their thinking and verbalizing it in conversations with their classmates, students can resolve math problems, equations and operations with confidence. This resource gives teachers instructional sequences to support students in their mathematical development and there are QR codes that open to support videos.
Children Are Mathematical Problem Solvers
Emphasizing problem solving as the foundation of mathematical understanding, the 29 activities challenge students to reason and communicate their understandings. Originating from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics journals, these activities stretch beyond translation problems to offer authentic tasks that can be solved using varying methods. The open-ended problems stem from a range of strands and the resource guides teachers through sample questions, examples of students' work a...
Extending the Challenge in Mathematics: Developing Mathematical Promise in K-8 Students
Presenting engaging problems that are context and content based, the author demonstrates methods for developing mathematical understanding. Each investigation includes open-ended questions to guide mathematical communication and probing assessment questions. This resource explores problem-solving activities for each of the strands.
Full House: An Invitation to Fractions
Miss Bloom runs the Strawberry Inn and just loves visitors. One day, she welcomes a duchess, a dog trainer, a sea captain, a salesperson and a race car driver. In the middle of the night, Miss Bloom realizes something is not right; she forgot to serve dessert. As she enters the kitchen, all the guests are eating strawberry cake with whipped cream, with one remaining piece for Miss Bloom.
G is for Googol: A Math Alphabet Book
This book highlights one or more mathematical concepts, ideas or symbols for each letter of the alphabet. It offers a thorough description of each term, often with possible connections to other topics. As well, interesting (and sometimes humourous) examples are included. A table of contents and a glossary are provided.
Geometry + Topology
This student book provides interactive math activities using practical items commonly found around the house to learn about geometry and topology. There are illustrated, step-by-step instructions for each activity which include related tips and math facts.
Good Questions for Math Teaching. K-6: Why Ask Them and What to Ask
The definition and formulation of open-ended mathematical questions are explored in this resource. The first section describes the effect that higher level questions can have upon students' ability to think and reason critically. The second section includes a large selection of good questions for each of the strands. Each sample question is supplemented with notes to guide teachers in ascertaining if students understand the presented concept.
Using a variety of photographed objects, the author helps readers develop their estimation strategies by first looking at groups of ten, one hundred and one thousand. Numerous opportunities allow students to use groupings and patterns to estimate quantities of everyday objects. Each picture includes hints for helpful estimation strategies. The book ends with a challenge to continue estimating in everyday life and suggestions for how to get started.
How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?
Mr. Tiffin brings three pumpkins to class - one large, one medium and one small pumpkin. Robert guesses that the largest pumpkin has one million seeds, Elinor thinks that the medium pumpkin has 500 seeds and Anna estimates that the little pumpkin contains 22 seeds. Charlie does not guess at all. The students think of different groupings to count the seeds in the pumpkins. The class learns that being the largest pumpkin does not mean it contains the most pumpkin seeds.
It All Adds Up!: Engaging 8-to-12-Year-Olds in Math Investigations
This resource encourages teachers to approach problem solving through student interaction and discussion. The main exploration involves number patterns with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The classroom environment and suggested activities are conducive to group work. The rationale for this approach is explained.
Jake Goes to Soccer Practice: A Book About Telling Time
This book is an easy-to-read story about Jake who reads his watch to tell his dad what time to pick him up from soccer practice. It introduces the concept of time and the analog clock. Additional supports include a phonetic glossary, extended learning activities, and sources for further research.
Lessons for Algebraic Thinking. Grades 3-5
This resource fosters the development of algebraic thinking. Each chapter is organized into several sections: an overview of the lesson, the background of the mathematics fundamental to the lesson, a list of vocabulary terms, a detailed procedure, the required materials and samples of students' work. A foundation for algebraic thinking is developed through activities focused on the creation and recognition of numerical and geometric patterns. The lessons support student achievement of several...
Maps, Curves, and Fractals: Fun, Hands-on Activities for Learning with Coloring Maps, Stitching Curves, and Fantastic Fractals
This student book provides interactive math activities using practical items commonly found around the house to learn about stitching curves and fractal patterns. There are illustrated, step-by-step instructions for each activity which include related tips and math facts.
When the math teacher, Mrs. Fibonnica, explains to her class that students can think of almost anything as a math problem, one young girl takes the statement much too seriously. Suddenly, she is cursed with thinking of even the most insignificant activities as math problems that she must solve. Finally, she has a dream that frees her from this obsessive behaviour - until the science teacher, Mr. Newton, explains that students can think of almost anything as a science experiment! The amusing c...
When the math teacher, Mrs. Fibonnica explains to her class that students can think of almost anything as a math problem, one young girl takes the statement much too seriously. Suddenly, she is cursed with thinking of even the most insignificant activities as math problems that she must solve. Finally, she has a dream that frees her from this obsessive behaviour - until the science teacher, Mr. Newton, explains that students can think of almost anything as a science experiment! Although this ...
Math Matters: Understanding the Math You Teach (2nd ed.)
This resource assists teachers to understand mathematical concepts and skills presented in the curriculum. Sections of this resource provide information on number sense, computation, the four operations, fractions, decimals, percents, algebra, geometry, measurement, statistics and probability. Following a brief introduction of each mathematical concept are activities designed to bridge theory and practice, a thorough discussion of the activities and an explanation of the relationships to oth...
Math Pre-Assessment 4: Finding Each Student's Pathway
This professional resource provides educators with pre-assess tools to identify gaps in their students’ mathematical understanding. Assessment tools are available for each of the mathematical strands. This resource may be used to target individual student supports for informed intervention. The resource includes an access code to the publisher’s Online Teaching Centre.
Math in Art and Sports
This book from the series The Amazing World of Math explores how numbers, angles and shapes are found everywhere in art and sports. The rules of composition and dimension in visual art, rhythm in poetry and music, and angles in basketball and golf are some of the topics included in this book.
Math in Nature
This book from the series The Amazing World of Math explores how numbers, angles and shapes are found everywhere in nature. Radial symmetry in animals and plants, the formation of snowflakes, and the shapes of the rocks in Giant's Causeway in Ireland are just some of the topics included in this book.
Math in Science
This book from the series The Amazing World of Math explores how mathematics relates to many scientific discoveries and inventions and how we see the world around us. Measuring the Earth, calculating time and using different number systems are some of the topics included in this book.
Math in Space
This book from the series The Amazing World of Math explores how numbers, angles and shapes are found everywhere in space. The changing Moon, eclipses, shrinking comets, and crystals are some of the topics included in this book.
Math is everywhere! Eric the “mathemagician” shares secrets from the not-so-hidden world of math. The math-shorts aim to support children’s learning by showing them how math is related or connected to other things they know, see, or wonder about.
• Mathxplosion 1. Math Tricks!
• Mathxplosion 10. Arresting Arrangements - Patterns
• Mathxplosion 2. Measurement - It's Not Just About Rulers - Part 1
• Mathxplosion 4. Math Maybes - Birthdays, Probabilities, and Estimates
• Mathxplosion 5. Math Stew - Bits 'n Bites - Part 1
• Mathxplosion 6. Math Stew - Bits 'n Bites - Part 2
• Mathxplosion 7. Multiplication Marvels
• Mathxplosion 8. No More Conundrums!
• Mathxplosion 9. String, Paper, Scissors!
Mathematics Assessment. A Practical Handbook for Grades 3-5
This resource, from the Classroom Assessment for School Mathematics K-12 Series, is part of a series of six books that complement the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Assessment Standards for School Mathematics. This teacher resource is an in-depth examination of assessment practices and practical advice on how to select, develop, manage and use assessment tools. It also features many sample rubrics, checklists and observation forms.
Number Talks. Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages
The professional resource offers ideas to prepare and design purposeful number talks to uncover students’ thinking and develop fractional reasoning and strategies for operating with fractions, decimals, and percentages. There are over 150 pages of reproducible classroom activities that can be completed within 5 to 15 minutes. Also available are online video clips of number talks occurring in classrooms ranging from grades three to six that serve as examples.
Uncle Norm learns how to double a recipe to prepare a meal for 8 people. This episode is about fractions, measurement (specifically volume), measurement tools and simple ratios. Recipes involve portioning and measuring, and the application of arithmetic skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
Out of the Labyrinth: Setting Mathematics Free
Written as a guide for parents and educators, this book argues that math should be taught as the highest form of intellectual play rather than as a step-by-step acquisition of skills and facts. The authors emphasize that mathematics is meant to be explored and that it does not require special talent or ability.
Rad n' Roll
The Rads learn how to create their own song: how to create a beat, how to keep a nice rhythm and the difference between whole notes, half notes and quarter notes. This episode is about patterns in rhythms and musical notes, and the role of fractions in denoting whole, half, quarter and eighth notes and creating distinct sounds.
Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers' Society
The Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers' Society is a professional growth network of the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation. The purpose of the Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers' Society is to foster excellence in mathematics education in elementary, middle, secondary and post-secondary education.
Sir Cumference and All the King's Tens: A Math Adventure
Sir Cumference and Lady Di plan a surprise birthday party for King Arthur. They invite everyone from the countryside, but the plans turn into a royal mess. Guests continue to arrive until the castle is full. Lady Di and Sir Cumference need to figure out a quick way to count the number of people for the birthday party. The story introduces place value as the knight and lady count the partygoers in tens, hundreds and thousands.
Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland: A Math Adventure
To earn his knighthood, Radius embarks on a quest to rescue the imprisoned King Lell. In his adventures beyond the Mountains of Obtuse, the hero employs measurement skills to navigate a labyrinth of angles and solve cryptic geometric puzzles. The gift of a circular medallion (a protractor) proves invaluable as Radius realizes its ability to measure the angles. The inclusion of a circular medallion (protractor) allows students to interact with the story.
Sir Cumference and the Sword in the Cone: A Math Adventure
This latest Sir Cumference adventure features a geometry puzzle. Competing to be the chosen successor to King Arthur, young knights attempt to solve the puzzle to determine the hidden location of the king's sword, Edgecalibur. As the clues led Vertex and Radius through a series of adventures, the two men discover attributes of geometric solids including Euler's Law. Sprinkled with mathematical puns and detailed medieval paintings, this adventure provides a delightful method for introducing sp...
So You Have to Teach Math?: Sound Advice for K-6 Teachers
This resource is a source of support for teachers of mathematics. The author supplies practical advice and guidance for frequently asked questions related to the teaching of mathematics. Methods for providing effective instruction and establishing a positive classroom environment are outlined. Sample chapter topics focus on effective calculator usage, connecting with parents and leading class discussions.
Spaghetti and Meatballs for All!: A Mathematical Story
Mr. and Mrs. Comfort have arranged eight tables and 32 chairs to seat their invited relatives at the family reunion. Pandemonium erupts as each new group of guests suggests its own ideas for seating and subsequently alters the table arrangements. As the dining room is reconfigured into tables for six, eight and twelve people, the guests continue to dispute over inadequate seating and the placement of silverware. Eventually, the tables are rearranged in Mrs. Comfort's original seating plan. An...
Stickmen's Guide to Math
This resource gives quick, easy-to-read facts that connect math and numbers to the real world. The graphics and diagrams show how math is everywhere around us and how we use math without even realizing it. Humans have been counting for hundreds of thousands of years and this book shows how we plan, organize and work with numbers every day.
Teaching Arithmetic Series
This series presents a number of lessons that enhance students' problem solving, estimation and computation skills. Each lesson provides a lesson overview, the required materials, the procedure and possible extension activities. Through investigations and discussions, students develop an understanding of the properties of the functions being explored. Lessons explore multiple strategies for computation, learning the basic facts and identifying a reasonable estimate. The resources also include...
• Lessons for Extending Multiplication. Grades 4-5
• Lessons for Introducing Division. Grades 3-4
• Lessons for Introducing Fractions. Grades 4-5
Teaching Mathematics Through Problem Solving. Prekindergarten-Grade 6
This volume and its companion, is a research-based resource that promotes a problem-solving approach to mathematics instruction. This approach engages students in making sense of problematic tasks in which mathematical concepts are embedded. The writers address issues and perspectives related to this approach (including the role of technology) and provide examples of its use in the classroom.
Teaching Mathematics Vocabulary in Context: Windows, Doors, and Secret Passageways
This resource for teachers focuses on strategies to This resource for teachers focuses on strategies to of mathematical language, and to enable them to use it when describing mathematical concepts and relationships across the strands. Concrete examples illustrate how teachers can promote mathematical understanding and reflection through discourse, writing and the use of vocabulary in context. Examples include the use of reflection, journals, homework and self-assessment.
The Best of Times: Math Strategies That Multiply
Poems and illustrations highlight strategies for multiplying numbers from 0 to 10. The text provides strategies for determining products, using repeated doubling, annexing zeros, skip counting and understanding the properties of 1 and 0. The computer-generated illustrations of animals in hilarious situations help convey and clarify concepts. This resource develops an understanding of multiplication rather than focusing on a repetition and memorization approach.
The King's Chessboard
Geometric progressions are explored in this resource as a vain king insists that a wise man accept a reward for his service. The man reluctantly requests a daily payment of rice that is to be doubled for each square of the chessboard. The unwitting monarch grants the request and subsequently drains the royal granaries of its rice supply. The watercolour illustrations amplify the king's anguish as he realizes the folly of his decision and his eventual concession that pride can make a fool of o...
The Warlord's Alarm
Chuan and Jing Jing come up with an innovative way of measuring time to ensure that they will be able to wake their warlord before sunrise and arrive at the emperor's gates as they open in the morning.
The Warlord's Kites
Set in the palace of a powerful Chinese warlord, Chuan and his friend Jing Jing, the puppet master's daughter, devise a plan to save the palace from destruction in the face of their enemy's invading army. Together, they use their mathematical and critical thinking skills to construct three kites which they use at nighttime to frighten off the invading army. In the construction process, they use nonstandard units of measurement and multiplication by an array, which illustrates the relationship...
The Warlord's Puzzle
The origin of the tangram puzzle is described through this Chinese tale. A warlord breaks the artist's gift of a blue tile into seven geometrical pieces and threatens a cruel punishment if the fragments cannot be reassembled. A contest is announced to determine who can reconstruct the pieces into a square. To the astonishment of the contestants, a peasant boy provides the solution. A study guide is available at www.pelicanpub.com/SGuides/Puzzle_guide.pdf. In addition to mathematics, there ar...
Thinking Mathematically: Integrating Arithmetic and Algebra in Elementary School
The emphasis of this resource is on teaching for deep understanding of mathematical concepts. Using classroom examples, teachers are shown how to extend students' thinking in order to help them integrate and connect new knowledge with previous understanding. The authors show how relational thinking, making and representing conjectures, justification and proof have application in mathematics classrooms. Teacher commentaries provide realistic examples. End-of-chapter challenges offer ideas for...
Young Mathematicians at Work. Constructing Number Sense, Addition, and Subtraction
A collaborative inservice project, Mathematics in the City, was undertaken by Catherine Fosnot and Maarten Dolk. A three-volume set describes what they learned after several years of intensive study in numerous urban classrooms. This particular volume, Young Mathematicians at Work, focuses on young children between the ages of four and eight as they construct a deep understanding of number and the operations of addition and subtraction. The authors provide a description of development, with a...
Other Useful Materials
Other useful materials are documents, lesson plans or classroom activities that teachers may find useful in supporting the curriculum, but that have not typically undergone the same formal evaluation process that is required for core and additional resources.
ArcGIS Online enables you to connect people, locations, and data using interactive maps. It enables you to work with smart, data-driven styles and intuitive analysis tools that deliver location intelligence. It also enables the user to share insights with the world or specific groups. The website contains a tutorial, links to suggested subjects and projects, lesson plans and activities.
Building Math Success Grade 4
The goal of this document is to support parents and caregivers as they promote positive math thinking. It also provides an overview of what Saskatchewan students will be taught in school in Grade 4. Each pamphlet is available in an 11 X 17 foldable format and as a letter-sized document.
CAMPUS is the National Film Board’s exclusive education streaming service available at no cost to all teachers and students in Saskatchewan and is available on ROVER. Previewing resources is recommended.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Learning Supports for Families and Teachers
This document was created to provide support for parents/guardians when sharing information about the coronavirus with young and school-aged children. The document is also useful for early learning staff and Prekindergarten to Grade 12 teachers.
Continuum of Math Outcomes K-9
These continuums are organized by strand (Number, Patterns and Relations, Shape and Space and Statistics and Probability) for Grades K to 9. The Summarized Math Outcomes chart presents the curricular outcomes both by grade (Kindergarten to Grade 9) and by strand (Number, Patterns and Relations, Shape and Space and Statistics and Probability).
• Continuum of Math Outcomes K-9 - Number Strand
• Continuum of Math Outcomes K-9 - Patterns and Relations
• Continuum of Math Outcomes K-9 - Shape and Space
• Continuum of Math Outcomes K-9 - Statistics and Probability
• Kindergarten to Grade 9 Summarized Mathematics Outcomes
Curio is the CBC’s educational streaming service made available at no cost to Saskatchewan teachers and students by the Ministry of Education and is available on ROVER. Previewing resources is recommended.
Deepening the Discussion: Gender and Sexual Diversity
This document will assist individuals and communities to engage in meaningful discussions and actions to respond to the experiences, perspectives and needs of students and families who are gender and/or sexually diverse (GSD). It will: assist school divisions, central office personnel, administrators, educators, First Nations and Métis organizations and community partners to develop a deeper understanding of gender and sexual diversity; assist in understanding the unique educational, health a...
Digital Citizenship Education in Saskatchewan Schools: A Policy Planning Guide for School Divisions and Schools to Implement Digital Citizenship Education from Kindergarten to Grade 12
This document provides guidelines for school divisions and school-based administrators who are developing digital citizenship policies. It is not a prescriptive policy; instead, it offers a roadmap for building appropriate school division policies and school-specific digital citizenship guidelines and procedures. Tools to help teachers, administrators and parents as they get started on the implementation of digital citizenship education for K-12 students are also included.
Historical Learning Resources Updates
Learning Resources Updates provided an annual supplement to every subject-specific bibliography that supported K-12 curricula.
Historical Mathematics K-5 Bibliographies
These documents are bibliographies of resources that were previously recommended to support the Mathematics K-5 curricula.
• Mathematics. Learning Resources for the Elementary Level (K-5) (2007)
Opportunities to Address Child Abuse Prevention Education and Response
This document outlines curricular opportunities to address substance misuse in various subject areas and grades. Suggested curriculum outcomes are identified and, if applicable, supporting indicators are noted.
Opportunities to Address Computational Thinking in the Grades 1 to 6 Mathematics and Science Curricula: Saskatchewan Ministry of Education 2021
Computational thinking is a way of solving problems, designing systems and understanding human behaviour by drawing on the concepts of computer science. Incorporating a broad set of problem-solving processes that represent an entry point for new ways of thinking are applicable in computer science and non-computer science contexts. Students at all grades can be engaged in computational thinking to support the learning of coding. While many teachers have already incorporated computational think...
Summarized Outcomes Across Areas of Study for Kindergarten to Grade 5
This document is intended to assist teachers to integrate subjects across the curriculum.
Supporting Reconciliation in Saskatchewan Schools
This site has been created by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education to support school staffs to work together to expand their understanding of truth and reconciliation as well as the history and legacy of residential schools. It contains tools and resources to support important conversations and professional development opportunities.
Teaching Sensitive Content in the Classroom
The purpose of the presentation is to describe strategies teachers can use to approach content that may be perceived as sensitive in their community in order to:
- ensure the learning environment is safe for respectful dialogue;
- teach students how to think critically about any topic with an open mind; and,
- meet curricular outcomes.
The Adaptive Dimension for Saskatchewan K-12 Students
The Adaptive Dimension refers to the concept of making adjustments to any or all of the following variables: learning environment, instruction, assessment and resources. Adjustments to these variables are intended to make learning meaningful and appropriate and to support student achievement. In the Saskatchewan context, differentiation is addressed through the Adaptive Dimension which enables all teachers to respond to student diversity, including their strengths and needs, interests, backg...
Treaty Education Learning Resource
The Kindergarten to Grade 9 Treaty Education Learning Resource is designed for teachers to assist them in integrating the Treaty content and perspective with Saskatchewan's curricula and is based on the inquiry method of teaching. It provides information about Treaties, First Nations people and the history of what is now known as Saskatchewan, as well as sample learning experiences, assessment ideas and suggested resource materials to support teachers in the development of their lessons.
Treaty Education Outcomes and Indicators
The Treaty Education outcomes and indicators at each grade level are designed to engage learners on a journey of inquiry and discovery. When meaningfully and thoughtfully incorporated into subject areas, Treaty Education moves beyond an idea to become actualized as a belief that benefits all learners.
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