As a teacher and as a human I understand the importance of recognizing that I do not have all the answers. I know that my peers and my students may have understandings that I do not yet possess. As I look forward to opening my mind, my teaching strategies, and my lesson, I admit that all my ideas are not solely my own but a bully collection of strong educators’ knowledge that I do my best to implement. When teachers from around the world share their knowings and lessons we are all able to create rooted well-rounded students.

Treaty and Reconciliation 

Teacher Needs

Health and Physical Education 


Gender and Sexual Diversity 


  • Deepening the Discussion: Gender and Sexual Diversity by The Ministry of Education
  • Pride: Celebrating Diversity and Community by Robin Stevenson
  • The ABC’s of the LBGT+ by Ashley Mardell
  • Growing into Resilience: Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in Canada by Andre P. Grace with Kristopher Wells
  • Gender: Your Guide by Lee Airton, PHD
  • Reading the rainbow: LBGTQ- Inclusive Literacy Instruction in Elementary Classroom by Caitlin L. Ryan, Jill M. Hermann-Wilmarth


  • Drama by Raina Telemeier
  • George by Alex Ging
  • Red by Michael Hall
  • Pride: The story of Hevey Milk and the Rainbow Flag by Robsanders
  • Worm Loves Worm by Mike Curato
  • Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress by Christine Baldacchino
  • Santa’s Husband by AP. Quach and Daniel Kibblesmith
  • Who are you? The kids guide to Gender Identity by Brook Pessin-Whedbee
  • A Family is a Family is a Family by Sara O’Leary and Qin Leng
  • And Tango Makes Three by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell
  • Pride Colors by Robin Stevenson

Varying Abilities

  • Center for Teaching
  • Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in Canadian Schools by Nancy L. Hutchinson