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What is a core resource? Core Resources
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.
R026718
Blueprint for Life/Work Designs (Revised ed.)
This resource addresses the need for high-quality career development programs for youth by providing specific guidelines that list competencies considered important to develop throughout one's life. The competencies cover the areas of personal management, learning and work exploration and life/work building. Indicators that describe more specific outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes are also provided.
In addition to this package, there is Blueprint for Life/Work Designs: The Quick Reference Guide. This information is accessible through a website at www.blueprint4life.ca.
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Media and Formats : Book Document
Price : $20.00
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R042220
Career Cruising
This interactive and multimedia career guidance system is a user friendly program that combines comprehensive career information with career assessment tools and a complete database of colleges and universities. The main components are a career matchmaker that matches students' interests and abilities to a career and a career explorer section. The career explorer section offers hundreds of career profiles and includes multimedia interviews with people in those occupations. The resource also provides information on where to acquire the appropriate education and training. Several classroom activities are included.
A quick tour of the website and a free trial are available at www.careercruising.com.
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Media and Formats : Website
Price : Site license is required
canadiancontent
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R070484
Career Education 9. Additional Learning Resources (2009) Updated 2012
This list of learning resources identifies high-quality resources that have been recommended by the Ministry of Education to support the curriculum, Career Education 9.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: April 2, 2019
R070508
Career Education 9. Core Learning Resources (2008)
This list of learning resources identifies high-quality resources that have been recommended by the Ministry of Education to support the curriculum, Career Education 9.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: January 3, 2019
R049241
Career Skills Library (3rd ed.)
Each volume in this series focuses on personal and professional skills that contribute to success in any career. The well-organized text is enhanced with photographs. Each book includes case studies, exercises, lists of additional resources, a table of contents, a glossary and an index.
•  Communication Skills
•  Leadership Skills
•  Learning the Ropes
•  Organization Skills
•  Problem Solving
•  Professional Ethics and Etiquette
•  Research and Information Management
•  Teamwork Skills
Media and Formats : Book
Price : unavailable
Record posted/updated: October 25, 2019
R070497
Careers for Life. Student Text: My Career Pathways
This comprehensive resource has been tailored specifically to our province's career education curricula for Grades 6 to 9. The student resource offers Saskatchewan content and photographs, plus profiles of current or former residents. The unit titles are reflective of the pertinent questions that this material challenges students to consider: Why Am I Doing This? Who Am I? What is Out There for Me? How Do I Get Where I Want to Go? How Far Have I Come? and What Can I Expect from Here?
The book includes a table of contents, a glossary and an index.
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•  Careers for Life. Teacher's Resource: My Career Pathways
Media and Formats : Book
Price : $56.50
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R028280
Employability Skills
Developed by the Conference Board of Canada, this brochure outlines employability skills, attitudes and behaviours that are needed to participate and progress in today's workplace. This brochure supports Modules 13 and 88.
Media and Formats : Website
Price : unavailable
canadiancontent
Record posted/updated: April 2, 2019
R070498
Fighting Invisible Tigers: Stress Management for Teens (Revised and Updated 3rd ed.)
This appealing book was designed to assist teenagers in understanding stress and handling it in positive ways. It provides information on building life skills, managing stress and generally gaining more control over one's life. It offers insightful advice on numerous topics such as becoming physically active, eating healthy, being assertive, building supportive relationships, taking charge of one's life, managing time, taking risks, making responsible decisions and thinking positively. The text is enhanced with several cartoon-style illustrations. Included are a table of contents and an index.
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Media and Formats : Book
Price : $21.99
Record posted/updated: March 15, 2023
R070496
Five Life Strategies for Successful Teens
Through interviews with young people who have succeeded in their careers despite numerous obstacles, this uplifting program encourages students to identify their dreams and goals and then develop an action plan so that they can realize them. The strategies suggested to assist students include: set goals, be disciplined, communicate, get organized and take positive risks. Two teen hosts elaborate on and demonstrate each of the five strategies.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : $189.00
Record posted/updated: February 15, 2022
R070499
Guiding Circles. An Aboriginal Guide to Finding Career Paths
This learning resource has been designed to assist First Nations people in making wise career choices. Guiding Circles employs a holistic career development approach that combines traditional First Nations worldview with sound contemporary career development concepts. It uses the circle as the core mechanism to create a level of self-awareness that assists with career directions. The concepts and activities can be adapted for use by any student.
Booklet 1: Understanding Yourself encourages students to tell their life stories, self-reflect positively and connect personal discoveries to the worlds of school and work.
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Media and Formats : Book
Price : $7.50
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R103107
Literacy and Essential Skills
The Government of Canada, along with other national and international agencies, has identified and validated key literacy and essential skills. These skills are used in nearly every job and throughout daily life in different ways at varying levels of complexity.
This website is a portal to a variety of resources including job profiles and related essential skills, assessment tools and instructional tools. Literacy and essential skills: are needed for work, learning and life; are the foundation for learning all other skills; and help people evolve with their jobs and adapt to workplace change.
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Media and Formats : Website
Price : unavailable
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Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R070507
Making Change: Tips from an Underage Overachiever
Written by a Canadian teenager, the two sections of this book focus on fundraising for a cause and eight principles for reaching personal potential. The section on reaching personal potential suggests many practical exercises for students to explore change and growth. Several black-and-white photographs enhance the text.
The book includes a table of contents and a bibliography of relevant reading material.
Media and Formats : Book
Price : $14.00
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R070502
Ready for Work. The Middle Years: Building Work-Readiness Skills
The preparation for the world of work that this resource offers middle level students provides a link with the Ready for Work framework that supports secondary level curricula. Built to reflect the competencies outlined in Blueprint for Life/Work Designs, this resource is divided into three major areas: Identifying My Skills, Understanding the World of Work and Knowing Ourselves and Others. Separate lessons for Grades 6-7 students and Grades 8-9 students are included for each area. The lessons are not sequential and all lessons do not need to be taught. Educators should choose the lessons that best meet the needs of their students.
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Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: January 30, 2019
R070511
Relevance. Career Options for the Future
This journal, published yearly, offers students valuable information about careers that are available in Saskatchewan. It features tips on choosing a career, profiles of Saskatchewan workers who are involved in exciting careers and a job chart that includes job descriptions, number employed, average income, training and education routes and prospects for the near future.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: April 24, 2020
R070509
The Be Real Game Facilitators Kit: High School Edition. Grades 9/10
As the world of work quickly changes, students need to be able to face the challenges ahead of them. This role-playing game from The Real Game Series introduces students to the forces behind the changes and helps to give them the skills needed to function successfully in the world of work. The game allows students to understand the variety of options and opportunities that they have. It also shows the implications of their choices and the importance of education and planning. The game is very flexible as it is possible to use all or parts of it to suit the needs of a particular class. This is an excellent resource as students have fun while they are learning very important practical skills.
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Media and Formats : Book
Price : $547.65
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R022237
myBlueprint (formerly SaskCareers)
SaskCareers.ca switched over to myBlueprint as of April 1, 2018. This portal will continue to assist you on your career journey. If you had an account on SaskCareers, you will need to sign up for a new account.
Media and Formats : Website
Price : unavailable
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Record posted/updated: April 2, 2019
What are additional resources? Additional Resources
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.
R047473
A Teen's Game Plan for Life
Written by a highly successful American college football coach, this easy-to-read book encourages teens to reach their full potential by following his five-step plan for success. The five steps are as follows: choose your attitude, make sacrifices, get rid of excuses, understand what you are trying to do and dream big dreams.
The book also offers an inspiring chapter on building self-confidence by being committed to excellence, by being trustworthy and by caring for others. A Teen's Game Plan for Life includes a table of contents and an appendix of Holtz's coaching achievements.
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Media and Formats : Book
Price : $15.50
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R050385
All in a Day's Work: Careers Using Science (2nd ed.)
Through personal interviews, this reader-friendly book offers a glimpse into 33 careers in which science is used. For each career, the resource provides educational requirements, a list of related careers and web resources for further information. The careers are divided into the following categories: The Adventurous Life, Animal Kingdom, Artistic Endeavours, Environmental Issues, Health and Fitness, Let's Investigate, Research and Development, Technology - and Toys, Teacher and What We Eat. Several black-and-white photographs enhance All in a Day's Work. The book includes a table of contents.
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Media and Formats : Book
Price : $3.96 US
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R070489
Beat Stress!: The Exam Handbook
This book focuses on physical and mental exam preparation, while integrating coping and planning strategies. It is most useful for students who have trouble preparing for exams and coping with the stress. The magazine-style layout and current content is appealing to students.
Included are a table of contents, a glossary, a short index and a list of websites.
Media and Formats : Book
Price : $11.95
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R043748
Career Assessment: Finding a Career That Fits
This video briefly explores interests, skills and values as key components in making career choices. The program emphasizes that self-assessment, career assessment and career exploration are critical steps toward making appropriate career choices. The program identifies websites to use for career assessment tests.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : $125.00
Record posted/updated: July 1, 2020
R052384
Careers in Art
This program introduces professionals who have chosen careers in the visual arts and related fields. They briefly describe their careers and share insights that would interest viewers who are considering careers in the field. The careers covered include architect, art educator, fashion designer, framer, gallery owner, graphic designer, industrial designer, interior designer, metal sculptor, painter, photographer, publication designer and urban planner.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : $49.99
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R047516
Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul: Real-Life Stories by Real Teens
This book is comprised of nearly 100 stories by teens about conflict, stress, families, challenges, relationships and personal victories. These stories could stimulate lively class discussions on a variety of topics pertinent to adolescents. Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul includes a table of contents and brief biographies of the contributors.
Media and Formats : Book
Price : $12.98
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R039835
Choices Explorer
This online career education package focuses on the areas of awareness, exploration, planning and transition. It also offers daily career news updates. These updates include numerous original articles related to the areas of life skills and careers. The layout is presented in a user-friendly magazine style.
This new edition contains a teacher's section. Included are ready-made lesson plans and suggestions for activities in many subject areas on how to integrate career education into classroom lessons.
More information and a free trial can be obtained from www.bridges.com/us/prodnserv/choicesexplorer_hs/index.html
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Media and Formats : Website
Price : Based on school size. Contact distributor
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Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R054908
Employment and Training: The Osoyoos Indian Band
This video highlights success stories of Aboriginal businesses and entrepreneurs and focuses on the Osoyoos First Nation which is a front-runner in economic development. It discusses opportunities for First Nations populations, especially within the resource sector, and emphasizes the need for relevant education and training in the trades.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : unavailable
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Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R045075
Finding the Perfect Job: How to Succeed in the Job Hunt
This program follows a New England college graduate as she goes to New York to seek out a career in theatre arts. It covers areas such as developing an effective résumé and cover letter, finding sources for prospective job listings, networking, preparing for and participating in a successful interview and having persistence and passion.
A teacher's guide is included.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD Video
Price : $189.00
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R053448
Goal Setting: Discovering Your Gifts
Featuring a narrator who is standing on an Arizona mountain and interviews with real teens, this program outlines five steps to goal setting, particularly goals related to future careers. They include: (1.) Identify your goal and write it down, (2.) List your obstacles, (3.) Identify individuals and groups to work with, (4.) Identify skills you need to reach your goal and (5). Make a plan of action. The universities that these students want to enter are American, but the information is quite generic. The teens are pursuing an interesting variety of careers such as oncologist, church organist, marine biologist, horse jockey and girls' hockey coach. The video is divided into sections so that it is easy to choose a particular part for viewing.
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Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : $69.95
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R070486
Green-Collar Careers Series
The books in this series cover a broad range of environment-related careers. Examples included are taken from around the world.
Included in each book are a table of contents, a glossary, a short index and recommended websites.
Media and Formats : Book
Price : unavailable
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R047407
It's Your Environment, Make It Your Career: ECO Canada. Services for Environment-minded Students
This website offers resources for career exploration in the environmental field. Information topics on the website include: Job Searching in the Environmental Sector, Get Your First Environmental Job, Explore Environmental Careers and Find Your Environmental Program.
Media and Formats : Website
Price : unavailable
canadiancontent
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R054771
Job Interview Secrets
This 17 minute game-show style program breaks down the challenging experience of the job interview into easily understood aspects. Topics include conducting a pre-interview research, forming a positive first impression and answering difficult questions. This program supports student inquiry and understanding of individual qualities and strategies in seeking, obtaining and creating work.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : $129.00
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R049671
Job Search Workbook
The Job Search Workbook is designed to provide students with the tools required when searching for, applying for and obtaining a job. The workbook consists of four sections: Check for "Fit," Get Ready, Search for Work and Get a Job.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: October 25, 2019
R042180
Log On for Success: Using Internet Job Sites
This program explains how to find and search for careers on mega-job websites and career-specific websites. It also addresses how to prepare effective electronic résumés and cover letters; how to complete online questionnaires; and how to save, organize and record what has been posted and sent.
A teacher's guide is available.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD Video
Price : $129.00
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R047397
Looking at Careers: It's Never Too Soon
This program examines different personality types and how they complement certain careers. The first part of the program highlights through vignettes the following personality preferences: extrovert/introvert, practical/intuitive, thinkers/feelers, and structured/unstructured. The second half of the program focuses on various careers that might appeal to each of the previously mentioned personality types or combinations of these types. Looking at Careers emphasizes that the world needs all of these types and that one is not superior to another.
A teacher's guide is available.
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Media and Formats : CD/DVD Video
Price : $129.95
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R070490
Making a Difference: The Changing the World Handbook
This book includes valuable messages such as identifying environmental issues and recommending actions to address those concerns. It demonstrates how career activities are not always related to paid work. There are ideas for action plans to assist students to practice green activities. The magazine-style layout and current content is appealing to students. Included are a table of contents, a glossary, a short index and a list of websites.
Media and Formats : Book
Price : $11.95
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R054913
Métis Role Models: Culture Meets Business
Two stories of Métis entrepreneurs and the communities they serve reveal the main ingredients for success: sheer determination, a love for one's people and most of all, heart. See how a "rough and tumble" wrestling show travels across the country with an important anti-drug and alcohol message and a widow with five children overcomes tremendous odds to create Canada's largest national publication for and about Aboriginal youth.
Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : unavailable
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Record posted/updated: July 2, 2018
R051362
The Healing Professions: Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy
The Healing Professions is a resource designed to provide prospective students with information about professions in medicine, nursing and pharmacy with a cultural perspective. The resource features Elders Ken Goodwill and Betty McEnna providing advice to youth about their pathways in life. In addition to the Elders, six First Nations and Métis role models speak about their professions, supports, advice and the diverse opportunities that are available to youth in health care professions.
Media and Formats : Video
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: May 8, 2018
R050452
Virtual Apprentice Series
Through pertinent information, numerous engaging activities and interviews with experienced professionals, each book in this attractive series gives readers a glimpse into a particular career by taking them through a day in the life of a worker. Each book provides high-quality colour photographs, a table of contents, a list of additional related resources and an index.
•  Actor
•  Airline Pilot
•  Author
•  Cartoon Animator
•  Computer Game Designer
•  Fashion Designer
•  Firefighter
•  Oceanographer
•  Pop Musician
•  Professional Athlete
•  TV Journalist
Media and Formats : Book
Price : unavailable
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R045091
What Type of Person Am I?: Personality and Careers
This video begins with six middle level students fantasizing about their future career possibilities. The narrators discuss how different each person is from the others because of varying personality types. The program explains six personality types based on the Holland Hexagon and offers examples of careers that appeal to these personality types. The six types include creators, thinkers, organizers, helpers, persuaders and doers. The program also discusses second and third personality types (e.g., thinker-creator, doer-organizer-helper).
A teacher's guide is available.
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Media and Formats : CD/DVD
Price : $189.00
Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
What are other useful materials? 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.
R003028
ArcGIS Online
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.
Media and Formats : Video Website
Price : Free
free
canadiancontent
Record posted/updated: February 1, 2022
R104355
CAMPUS
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.
Media and Formats : Video Website
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: February 1, 2022
R103880
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.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: April 8, 2020
R104354
Curio
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.
Media and Formats : Video Website
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: February 1, 2022
R053615
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 and safety needs of staff, students and their families who self-identify as gender and/or sexually diverse; provide practical strategies, suggestions and frequently asked questions to support schools and communities as they work with students to anticipate and overcome challenges related to transphobia, homophobia and heterosexism; acknowledge the shared responsibility of ensuring that all students who identify as gender and/or sexually diverse have the same opportunities for safety, socialization and success in schools; assist educators in planning curricular-based instruction and assessment to meet the unique needs of gender and/or sexually diverse students; and assist school divisions and First Nations and Métis organizations to fulfill their ethical and professional responsibilities to provide safe, equitable and inclusive learning environments for all students regardless of their actual or perceived differences.
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Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: February 13, 2019
R103623
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.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: September 8, 2022
R103070
Historical Learning Resources Updates
Learning Resources Updates provided an annual supplement to every subject-specific bibliography that supported K-12 curricula.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: January 2, 2019
R103762
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.
Media and Formats : Document
Topic : Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R102407
Summarized Outcomes Across Areas of Study for Grades 6-9
This document is intended to assist teachers to integrate subjects across the curriculum.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: August 4, 2021
R007923
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.
Media and Formats : Website
Topic : Truth and Reconciliation
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: February 22, 2019
R104586
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.
Media and Formats : Video
Price : Free
free
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rovervideo
Record posted/updated: January 3, 2022
R012571
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, backgrounds, life experiences and motivations.
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Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: July 8, 2024
R007925
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.
Media and Formats : Website
Topic : Truth and Reconciliation
Price : Free
free
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Record posted/updated: March 11, 2020
R102702
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.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
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Record posted/updated: February 13, 2019
R022230
Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course
Fourteen and 15-year-olds are required to complete the Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) before starting work in Saskatchewan.
Media and Formats : Website
Price : unavailable
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Record posted/updated: October 12, 2018