Instrumental Jazz 20
?? resources found
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.
Canadian Museum of History
Access to displays related to the arts and culture is provided on this site. In addition, there are sections for students and teachers which provide teaching aids and selected learning resources, as well as information on educational programs offered at the museum.
Chop-Monster 1 Jazz Language Tutor. Teacher's Score with Compact Disc
This book covers major and minor chords and scales, dominant seventh blues progressions and chromatic notes. It can be used for teaching improvisation in a large band setting and is designed for use in 10 to 15 minute sections. New concepts are presented with the help of a "call and response" CD.
Chop-Monster 2 Jazz Language Tutor. Teacher's Score with Compact Disc
This book is a continuation of Chop-Monster 1 and covers V7-I cadence, bebop scales, iim7-V7 progression, thirds and sevenths. It can be used for teaching improvisation in a large band setting and is designed for use in 10- to 15-minute sections. New concepts are presented with the help of a "call and response" CD.
Encyclopedia of Reading Rhythms
This book is a comprehensive guide to notes, rests, counting, subdividing, time signatures, triplets, ties, dotted notes and rests, cut time, compound time, rhythm studies, counting systems, road maps and more. It can be used to work on individual or group rhythmic reading skills and can be applied to all instruments.
Instrumental Jazz 10, 20, 30. Additional Learning Resources (2012)
This list of learning resources identifies high-quality resources that have been recommended by the Ministry of Education to complement the curriculum, Instrumental Jazz 10, 20, 30.
Instrumental Jazz 10, 20, 30. Core Learning Resources (2012)
This list of learning resources identifies high-quality resources that have been recommended by the Ministry of Education to complement the curriculum, Instrumental Jazz 10, 20, 30.
Jazz Pedagogy. A Canadian Perspective (2nd ed.)
This is a comprehensive, well-organized resource that is valuable to both instrumental and vocal jazz instructors and/or band directors. It includes more than 40 essays relating to areas of concern that jazz educators in Canada may have. The articles cover topics such as history, improvisation, rehearsals, repertoire, rhythm section, infrastructure, arranging and writing and rehearsal techniques. Two chapters address the issue of women in jazz from the historical perspective as well as in the...
Jazz Pedagogy. The Jazz Educator's Handbook and Resource Guide
This informative resource for the instrumental jazz or vocal jazz teacher includes chapters on the jazz program, jazz concept, listening, improvisation, jazz ensemble, vocal jazz, technology and an extensive resource guide. The book includes a comprehensive and readable jazz history timeline and two chapters focus on big bands and military bands. Included at the end of the book are Frequently Asked Questions of jazz teachers and the page references where the responses can be found throughout ...
Jazz Styles. Student Book: History and Analysis (11th ed.)
This resource is for university level courses, but provides excellent information for those teaching secondary level courses in jazz and music. It is organized historically and the styles are presented chronologically. The innovations by single artists, the influence of other players and the chance occurrences that were combined, modified and developed in original ways have also been included. The focus of the text is jazz history and the analysis of the styles is presented in four sections: ...
• Jazz Styles. Jazz Classics CD Set
Jazz Theory to Accompany Instrumental Jazz 10, 20, 30
In this booklet, the goal is to help students learn the language of jazz. Every effort has been made to ensure that the language used here is the common language of jazz musicians. In order to converse intelligently about their music, students need to understand and to use theoretical terms correctly. Finally, effort has been made to try to describe aspects of jazz theory in more than one way, as not everyone always has the same learning style or understands things the same way.
Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC)
This website presents jazz resources at Lincoln Center and includes information on current concerts and programs. An extensive archive of audio, video and print resources is also available. The video master classes are excellent tools for teachers as they are accompanied by a menu detailing the timing, the length and the content of the segments throughout the video and can be viewed as clips.
Jazz by Ken Burns Series
This is a series of programs that examines this history of jazz music. A website to accompany the series is available at http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/jazz/home/
• A Masterpiece by Midnight (1960 to the Present)
• C-Jam Blues by Duke Ellington
• Dedicated to Chaos (1940-1945)
• Gumbo (Beginnings to 1917)
• I Cover the Waterfront by Louis Armstrong
• New Rhumba by Miles Davis
• Our Language (1924-1929)
• Risk (1945-1955)
• Swing. Pure Pleasure (1935-1937)
• Swing. The Velocity of Celebration (1937-1939)
• The Adventure (1956-1960)
• The First Frame
• The Gift (1917-1924)
• The True Welcome (1929-1934)
Patterns for Jazz for Treble Clef Instruments
Jazz improvisation is the spontaneous creation of music in the jazz style. This book provides a collection of patterns that a student of jazz improvisation may practice. The patterns begin with rudimentary exercises such as scales, modes, simple chords and four basic types of chord movement. Following the exercises are usable patterns, as well as more complicated patterns, chords and scales. Finally, the book progresses to interval studies and free-form patterns. This resource is meant to be ...
The resources on this website are easy to navigate and can serve as an introduction to jazz or can provide activities, oral histories and recordings for the more advanced student. Included are activities for the elementary and middle level student as well as those in secondary school.
Sorties Jazz Nights
This website is a combination of commercial and great resources and focuses on the jazz scene in Quebec. It includes a listing of Quebec jazz artists' websites as well as information on Canadian jazz venues, artists and festivals. The section on jazz styles links directly to Wikipedia articles that may need to be verified. The TVJazz link is a collection of videos from a variety of festivals in Quebec. Also included is a listing of 15 Quebec post-secondary institutions offering jazz programs....
The Art of Bop Drumming
Designed for the non-drumming jazz teacher, this resource describes jazz drumming and includes information on time playing, comping, soloing, brushes, playing in "2" and uptempo playing. Charts to assist in practising, appendices of recommended listings, a general discography and a list of books and videos are also included. The book is accompanied by a CD with specific tracks to enhance instructional parts throughout the book.
The Canadian Jazz Archive Online
This website, sponsored and maintained by volunteers from JAZZ.FM.91, includes artists who performed in the Sound of Toronto Jazz Concerts from 1976 to 2000 and artists who performed in the Sound of Jazz Concert Series from 2000 to 2009. Included are recordings of concerts, musicians, bands, songs, interviews, documentaries and teaching tools. Funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage, this website provides a wealth of audio resources for students and teachers.
The Jazz Language
A jazz musician must have an understanding of the construction of chords and scales and a ready knowledge of their applications as resources for musical expression. This book includes materials commonly used by a jazz musician and is presented in order of complexity and need. The book is not intended to be an arranging or an improvisation text, but a pedagogical reference. Each chapter concludes with study questions and exercises for the specific concept. The appendices offer additional tools...
The Jazz Piano Book
The Jazz Piano Book is a comprehensive and concise resource that summarizes musical theory and includes jazz harmony. The book covers a range of topics including 3 note voicings, scales and modes, improvisation, chords and comping. Jazz standards are cited and annotated examples are included. Many piano styles, such as stride, Bud Powell voicings, block chords and more are covered.
Voicings for Jazz Keyboard: A Comprehensive Approach to Contemporary Keyboard Voicings for the Performer, Arranger, Teacher, Jazz Theorist
This how-to book covers how to move between adjacent harmonies with minimal motion using good sounding state of the art voicings. This well-organized handling of common harmonic situations found in contemporary jazz provides an in-depth examination of what makes good piano players sound great. There are 15 short chapters that cover a range of materials for the jazz keyboardist. A glossary, suggested listening and a semester's syllabus for a jazz keyboard lab are included.
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 Masterpiece by Midnight (1960 to the Present)
During the sixties, jazz is in trouble. Critics divide the music into "schools" - Dixieland, swing, bebop, hard bop, modal, free, avant-garde. But most young people are listening to rock 'n' roll. Though Louis Armstrong briefly outsells the Beatles with Hello Dolly, most jazz musicians are desperate for work and many head for Europe, including bebop saxophone master, Dexter Gordon. At home, jazz is searching for relevance. During the Civil Rights struggle, it becomes a voice of protest. Befor...
Beginning Jazz Guitar
Beginning Jazz Guitar is the first book in a series of four books describing a step-by-step method for learning to play jazz guitar. This book includes the major scale and basic triad theory, extended chords and the modes, and a full length etude or song to go with every new concept introduced. The book is clearly organized into easily mastered segments and each chapter is divided into separate lessons. The "A" lessons cover harmonic and chordal topics and the "B" lessons cover improvisation....
This DVD from The Jazz Master Class series from Loyola includes an introduction by Tom Piazza and a performance and an interview with saxophonist Benny Golson. It also includes student performances and Golson's comments about the performances. During his interview, Golson recalls the origin of the tunes he performs such as "Along Came Betty," "Blue-n-Boogie," "Killer Joe" and "Whisper Not."
Bob Keller's Jazz Page
This is a personal website of jazz related resources. The website is simple and easy to navigate. The website links that are listed have not been evaluated or verified by the Ministry of Education.
C-Jam Blues by Duke Ellington
This clip of Duke Ellington playing "C-Jam Blues" is an extra feature in the Jazz by Ken Burns series.
CBC Digital Archives. Arts & Entertainment
Oscar Peterson, Karen Kain, the Group of 7, Bill Reid, Glen Gould, Leonard Cohen, Robert LePage and the Rolling Stones are just a few of the profiles that the CBC Archives has pulled together on this website. Each of the musicians, artists and dancers highlighted on the site have several audio or video clips illustrating their work as well as suggested classroom activities. In addition to information on individuals or groups, there is coverage related to topics such as censorship.
Cats of Any Color: Jazz, Black and White
This collection of 10 essays first appeared in the Jazzletter. Lees documents how the racial abrasion phenomenon affected jazz and jazz musicians. The book includes explosive issues that can be seen as divisive in the jazz world in a balanced, judicious manner and not as the sole property of any one group. Included is background information and perspectives on a variety of contexts and social issues related to jazz and race.
This DVD from The Jazz Master Class series from NYU provides a great introduction to avant-garde jazz. It includes an introduction by Gary Giddins and a performance and an interview with pianist Cecil Taylor. It also includes student performances and Taylor's comments about the performances. Included are excerpts from Taylor's poetry and a poetry improvisation.
Clarence Gatemouth Brown
This DVD from the Louisiana Masters series includes a concert and an interview with the guitarist and violinist, Clarence Gatemouth Brown. It begins with the concert opening section and is followed by the interviews. During the concert Gatemouth and his band play an older style of jazz.
This DVD from The Jazz Master Class series from NYU includes an introduction by Gary Giddins and a performance and an interview with trumpet player Clark Terry. It also includes student performances and Terry's comments about the performances. During the clinic sections, Clark Terry interacts with students and demonstrates his suggestions. He recalls stories as he performs tunes such as "Perdido," "I Don't Want to be Kissed," "Bye, Bye Blackbird" and "Mumbles." A second DVD provides special ...
Dedicated to Chaos (1940-1945)
When America enters World War II, jazz is part of the arsenal. In Europe, where musicians like the Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt continue to play despite a Nazi ban, jazz is a beacon of hope. In America, it becomes the embodiment of democracy, as bandleaders such as Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw enlist, taking their swing to the troops overseas. Yet, jazz is changing. In a Harlem club called Minton's Playhouse, a small band of young musicians, led by the trumpet virtuoso Dizzy Gillespie and ...
Downbeat Online Magazine
Since 1934, Downbeat Magazine has been providing artists and fans with tips, reviews and profiles of the music and musicians that informed and paid tribute to jazz and blues music in America. The online version offers a range of content that is extended with the purchase of a subscription for either the print or digital version.
Elements of the Jazz Language for the Developing Improvisor
Together with visuals and audio examples, this professional resource describes common licks and shows how they were used by different well-known soloists and how the licks can be inserted into some common chord progressions. The accompanying CD includes solo excerpts that accompany sections of the text and 30 exercises for practising the techniques.
Expansions. A Method for Developing New Material for Improvisation (2nd ed.)
Campbell provides a thorough approach to practicing patterns. He uses scales that are not addressed in other books.
Gerry Mulligan. The Age of Steam (CD/DVD Pack)
The CD includes the original A&M recording of "The Age of Steam." The DVD includes a master class, a documentary, a Dolby Digital stereo and surround sound mix of the original recordings and interviews with several of the artists who participated in the recording including Bob Brookmeyer, Roger Kellaway, Tom Scott and Stephan Goldman. The DVD also includes PDFs of the sheet music for each composition on the recording.
Gumbo (Beginnings to 1917)
This video introduces the pioneers of jazz: the cornetist Buddy Bolden, who may have been the first man to play jazz; pianist Jelly Roll Morton, who claimed to have invented jazz, but really was the first to write the new music down; Sidney Bechet, a clarinet prodigy whose fiery sound matched his explosive personality; and Freddie Keppard, a trumpet virtuoso who turned down a chance to win national fame for fear that others would steal the secrets of his art. The early jazz players travel the...
Hal Leonard Pocket Music Theory: A Comprehensive and Convenient Source for All Musicians
This pocket-sized resource introduces music theory concepts in Western European music. While appropriate for any learner, this resource is perhaps most appropriate for educators who require more background on musical theory concepts.
This DVD set from The Jazz Master Class Series from NYU includes an introduction by Gary Giddins and a performance and interview with pianist Hank Jones. It also includes student perfomances and Jones' comments about the performances. Jones recalls stories about his time with different performers. He performs tunes such as "The Very Thought of You," "Alone Together" and "Ain't Misbehavin'." A second DVD includes special features such as pre- and post-class interviews with the students, inter...
How to Practice Jazz
This little book offers many useful ideas for how to practice and what to practice while developing critical skills required to practice music successfully. The focus is to help students of jazz improvisation organize their time and practice habits. The chapters provide an outline of helpful accessories for practicing jazz such as a metronome. Included are titles of books and materials to use, tips on the nature and content of practice and structuring practice. The content is interspersed wi...
I Cover the Waterfront by Louis Armstrong
This clip of Louis Armstrong playing "I Cover the Waterfront" is an extra feature in the Jazz by Ken Burns series.
This online magazine is a professional resource that includes articles, archived magazines and resources for the jazz educator. The subscription is included with the purchase of a membership to the Jazz Education Network U.S. Complimentary print copies are available.
This blog contains advice from music developers based on their personal experiences. Jazz musicians share concepts they have practiced or in many cases are currently practicing and that are helping them improve as improvisers. The website is easy-to-read and is cross-referenced for the user to access the information in different ways.
Jazz Band Rhythm Guitar
This easy-to-read resource from the Mel Bay Presents series provides an introduction to simplifying and explaining the basics of functioning in a big band. The book includes vocabulary, chords, dynamic markings and charts required to understand what written music is asking. It includes accents and articulations, notes and rhythmic notation and explains the physical setup and how to play the four basic styles of jazz.
This jazz and blues music blog includes news, reviews and concerts. The archives are organized by month and by category and include information from June 2005 to May 2011. The website links are sorted by category and then by artist and include an extensive listing of Canadian jazz artists.
Jazz Profiles from NPR: Women in Jazz Part 1 and Part 2
Women have been involved with jazz since its inception, but their achievements are not as well-known as those of their male counterparts. Although there are many jazz singers who are women, there are also a number of female instrumentalists and composers who began playing and composing in the 1920s. The profiles on this website include information and insight into the issues related to the female jazz artists in the "boys' club" of jazz. Short audio clips are also included.
JazzFest Regina is a jazz festival that showcases artists from Canada and North America. This website includes a schedule of events, ticket information, free listening samples of the artists' music and membership information.
This is an online magazine that includes articles, community, guides, promotions, reviews and shopping. The free version includes materials in print, video and audio format. Subscriptions are available for print or digital and extra material is provided with either subscription.
While this is a commercial website of jazz materials, at the bottom of the page there are links to free materials such as a play-a-long song index, rapid reference charts, jazz nomenclature, scale syllabus and a jazz handbook in English and French.
Jimmy and Percy Heath
This DVD from The Jazz Master Class series from NYU includes an introduction by Gary Giddins and a performance and an interview with saxophonist Jimmy Heath and bass player Percy Heath. It also includes student performances and the brothers' comments about the performances. Jimmy and Percy Heath recall stories as they play duos such as "Sleeves," "Round Midnight," "Love Song" and "Prince Albert." A second DVD provides special features such as pre- and post-class interviews with the students,...
Living Effortless Mastery. Kenny Werner
This DVD includes Kenny Werner's performances at two master classes with his trio Live at the Blue Note and with the Brussels Jazz Orchestra. It begins with a 41 minute clinic on "Free Jazz" at an International Association of Jazz Educators conference. Werner's effortless mastery approach teaches students to remove blocks between them and their artistic expression and encourages them to practice with greater efficiency, concentration and effectiveness.
Moving to Higher Ground: How Jazz Can Change Your Life
Pulitzer Prize-winning musician and composer, Wynton Marsalis, draws upon lessons he has learned from a lifetime of playing jazz. He describes this uniquely American music form and demonstrates how a real understanding of the central idea of jazz and the unique balance between self-expression and the sacrifice for the common good is exemplified on the bandstand and how music can enrich every aspect of one's life. Marsalis helps to understand the life-changing message of the blues, reveals sec...
New Rhumba by Miles Davis
This clip of Miles Davis playing "New Rhumba" is an extra feature in the Jazz by Ken Burns series.
Oscar Peterson: Keeping the Groove Alive
With narration by Christopher Plummer, this video focuses on the life and career of one of the greatest jazz piano musicians, Oscar Peterson, who passed away in 2007. Through interviews with Peterson and others, viewers learn about the person behind the legend, including the discrimination he faced as a young musician, the destruction of many of his fellow musicians to drugs and alcohol and the personal tragedies he experienced throughout his life. Mostly, however, it is a celebratory look at...
Our Language (1924-1929)
This video introduces Bessie Smith, Empress of the Blues; Bix Beiderbecke, the first great white jazz star, who is inspired by Louis Armstrong to dedicate his life to the music and in turn inspires others with solos of unparalleled lyric grace; and two brilliant sons of Jewish immigrants, Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw, for whom jazz offers an escape from the ghetto and a chance to achieve their dreams. The program also follows Duke Ellington to Harlem's most celebrated nightspot, the gangster-...
This DVD from The Jazz Master Class series from NYU includes a concert performance, workshops with student ensembles, an interview with students, Phil Woods, Gary Giddins and duets with Eric Doney.
Regina Jazz Society
The Regina Jazz Society is a non-profit organization that has been promoting jazz in Regina since 1989. The society encourages, promotes and provides a forum for the appreciation of the diversity of jazz music for musicians and enthusiasts alike. This website includes membership information, news and an event calendar.
The postwar years bring America to a level of prosperity unimaginable a decade before, but the Cold War threat of nuclear annihilation makes these anxious years as well. In jazz, this underlying tension will be reflected in the broken rhythms and dissonant melodies of bebop, and in the troubled life of bebop's biggest star, Charlie Parker. Parker, however, is not the only bebop innovator. His long-time partner, Dizzy Gillespie, tries to popularize the new sound by adding showmanship and Latin...
Saskatchewan Jazz Festival
The Saskatchewan Jazz Festival is an international jazz festival that is held every year. The festival fosters, promotes and presents jazz music in its diverse forms to the people of Saskatchewan. The festival provides opportunities for the professional development of Saskatchewan musicians and a variety of educational experiences for the people of Saskatchewan. This website includes a schedule of events, artist information and ticket information.
Swing. Pure Pleasure (1935-1937)
As the Great Depression continues, jazz comes as close as it has ever come to being America's popular music, providing entertainment and escape for a people down on their luck. It has a new name now - Swing - and for millions of young fans, it will be the defining music of their generation. Suddenly, jazz bandleaders are the new matinee idols, with Benny Goodman hailed as the "King of Swing," while teenagers jitterbug just as hard to the music of his rivals - Tommy Dorsey, Jimmie Lunceford, G...
Swing. The Velocity of Celebration (1937-1939)
As the 1930's come to a close, Swing-mania is still going strong, but some fans are saying success has made the music too predictable. Their ears are tuned to a new sound - pulsing, stomping, suffused with the blues. It is the Kansas City sound of Count Basie's band, and it quickly reignites the spirit of Swing. By 1938, Basie and his men are helping Benny Goodman bring jazz to Carnegie Hall. By the decade's end, Chick Webb has taken a chance on a teenage singer named Ella Fitzgerald and achi...
Teaching Music Improvisation with Technology
This book explores multiple areas of music technology and offers exercises and activities for students to develop skills in improvisation. The resource draws on theory and influential artists to lay a musical foundation for students. There are many numbered steps and diagrams indicating how to use various software programs. While many of the strategies could be used for any genre of music that employs improvisation, the excerpts and references in the text
The Adventure (1956-1960)
In the late 1950s, America's postwar prosperity continues, but beneath the surface run currents of change. Young talents arise to take the music in new directions. Jazz, however, still has its two guiding lights. In 1956, the first year Elvis tops the charts, Duke Ellington recaptures the nation's ear with a performance at the Newport Jazz Festival that becomes his best-selling record ever. The next year, Louis Armstrong makes headlines when he condemns the government's failure to stand up to...
The Bassment - Saskatoon Jazz Society
The Bassment is a facility owned and operated by the Saskatoon Jazz Society and is located in downtown Saskatoon. This website includes a list of upcoming jazz events being held at the facility, an events calendar, membership information and ticket information.
The Encyclopedia of Native Music: More Than a Century of Recordings from Wax Cylinder to the Internet
This comprehensive encyclopedia is a bibliography of traditional and contemporary First Nations and Native American recording artists and their record titles. It is divided into the sections Arctic and Circumpolar region, chicken scratch, contemporary music, flute music, Peyote ritual music, powwow music and traditional and archival music. Some of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit jazz musicians included are Mildred Bailey, Philip Bread, Oscar Pettiford, Keely Smith and the Polar Jungle Orc...
The First Frame
This clip is an extra in the Jazz by Ken Burns series. It is a behind the scenes look at how the documentary was made with the films' director and producer, Ken Burns.
The Gift (1917-1924)
This video focuses on how the story of jazz becomes a tale of two great cities, Chicago and New York, and of two extraordinary artists whose lives and music will span almost three-quarters of a century: Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington. Armstrong, who grew up on the mean streets of New Orleans, develops his great "gift" - his unparalleled musical genius - with the help of King Oliver, the city's top cornetist and in 1922, follows him to Chicago, where Armstrong's transcendent sound and exhi...
The Jazz Education Network
This website includes an extensive list resources for the jazz educator. The website includes jazz resources for PreKindergarten and Elementary Level students which are often difficult to find. It also promotes the annual conference for jazz educators.
The Penguin Jazz Guide: The History of the Music in the 1001 Best Albums
This resource is an extensive compilation of material and provides an overview of jazz recordings. A detailed table of contents organizes the albums in a decade-to-decade guide starting from pre-1920s to 2010 with an overview of each decade prefacing each chapter. A short biography of the performer and comments about their place in the history of jazz is included. Each entry includes quotes by jazz musicians offering insight and commentary on the album's relevance.
The True Welcome (1929-1934)
In the dark times from 1929-1934, jazz lifts the spirits of a frightened country, and finds itself poised for a decade of explosive growth. New York is now America's jazz capital. On Broadway, Louis Armstrong revolutionizes the art of American popular song and displays a flair for showmanship that makes him one of the nation's top entertainers. In Harlem, Chick Webb pioneers his own big-band sound at the Savoy Ballroom; in the city's clubs, pianists Fats Waller and Art Tatum dazzle audiences;...
Thesaurus of Scales and Melodic Patterns
This book was first published in 1947 and musicians and composers of all genres, from Arnold Schoenberg and Virgil Thomson to John Coltrane and Freddie Hubbard, have acknowledged this legendary volume and its comprehensive vocabulary of melodic patterns for composition and improvisation.
This DVD from The Jazz Master Class series from NYU includes a concert duo with Kenny Werner as well as interviews. It includes great playing by one of the greatest harmonica players ever. During his interview, Thielemans describes interesting stories from his life and his fascinating approach to music.
This website describes the application iReal Pro. The application allows the user to play along without the melody and practice with a realistic sounding piano, bass and drum accompaniments for any chord chart. It can also create, edit, print, share and collect chord charts or your favourite songs for reference while practicing or performing. iReal Pro operates on the iPhone, iPad, Android and Mac.
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.
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.
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.
Jazz Performer List
This spreadsheet, compiled by Chris Jacklin, contains a list of jazz musicians organized by instrument. Canadian, First Nations and Métis performers are highlighted. Note that this list is a work in progress. If you have suggestions for additions or deletions please e-mail email@example.com.
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.
Responding to Arts Expressions
Responding to arts expressions is an important part of arts education. Viewing and listening are discovery processes that require critical and creative thinking in order to develop deep understanding of the arts. Throughout their arts education experiences, students are encouraged on a regular basis to respond actively to a wide range of art works from each of the four strands including dance, drama, music, and visual art. Students are also engaged in responding to films and other interdiscip...
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 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.
Filter by Classification
• Core Only
• Additional Only
• Other Useful Materials Only
Filter by Content
• Canadian • EYE • FNMI • Inquiry • Saskatchewan • Sexual Abuse and Exploitation • Treaty Education • Truth and Reconciliation • WNCP
Filter by Outcome/Unit/Strand
Filter by Language
Cree • Dakota • Dene • English • French • Inuktitut • Michif • Saulteaux • Spanish
Filter by Medium and Format
Book • CD/DVD • Document • Kit • Video • Webinar • Website • Other
Assessment • Free • Professional Resource • Student Reference • Student Resource • Teacher Reference • Teacher Resource • STF IRRC