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Online Submission, 2005
This resource provides schools and jurisdictions with a sample framework and strategies for developing and/or supporting a culture of character and citizenship. The framework encourages individual schools to assess and put action plans in place to improve their cultures. It also looks at how character and citizenship education can be supported by…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, School Culture, Educational Environment
Online Submission, 2004
This document provides a new perspective on teaching English language arts in a francophone school, a perspective that takes into account the aspirations of the francophone community within the following contexts: the federal and provincial legal provisions governing French first-language education in Alberta, the linguistic reality of Alberta's…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, English Instruction, Language Arts
Bond, Sheryl – Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) / Bureau canadien de l’éducation internationale (BCEI), 2003
The third element in the Internationalization of the Curriculum series, "Engaging Educators" offers practical solutions to help faculty members internationalize their teaching practices. The purpose of these guidelines is to set out and share the full range of practices which were identified by faculty who participated in the Canadian…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Classroom Techniques, Guidelines, Educational Practices
Percival, Anne – 1993
Based on the experiences of teachers of adult continuing education, this manual was developed to introduce adult educators to the field and the practice of adult education, especially in universities. The book is organized in seven chapters, each containing practical material along with observations of the adult educators. The introductory chapter…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Learning, Adult Students, Andragogy
Mlacak, Beth, Ed.; Isabelle, Elaine, Ed. – 1979
The articles collected here are intended to inform parents of all the theoretical and practical considerations involved in initiating and maintaining second language instruction, specifically in French, for the child. Topics covered include: (1) descriptions of types of second language programs; (2) teaching methods; (3) results of research on the…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Educational Research, Elementary Education, French
Ashworth, Mary; Wakefield, Patricia – 1978
These guidelines are intended to give teachers and administrators sufficient information to enable them to set up and conduct programs to assist non-English-speaking students to learn English and to adjust to the way of life around them both in school and in the community. Topics covered are as follows: factors governing the choice of programs;…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Elementary Secondary Education, English (Second Language), Guidelines
Holmes, Eric; And Others – 1976
The nine units highlight the history, activities, values, and aspirations of the Canadian labor force. The program's purpose is to help secondary school social studies students develop a more objective appreciation of labor and of labor's role in Canadian social history. The first unit, "Union Today," analyzes contemporary union activity…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Instructional Materials, Labor, Labor Conditions
Lahay, Laurel, Comp.; And Others – 1976
The guide for instructors, volunteers and program organizers contains information on establishing swimming programs for disabled persons in Canada. Outlined are steps involved in securing funds and initiating program efforts, and listed are names and addresses of resources for specific handicapping conditions. General teaching suggestions are…
Descriptors: Exceptional Child Services, Foreign Countries, Guidelines, Handicapped Children
Mullen, Dana; Koester, Allison – 1975
This handbook was prepared for use by the various ethnic associations in Canada whose members want to find effective means of helping their children learn or maintain their ancestral language. The program described involves the use of recreational activities for language instruction, based on the theory that the nature of and motivation for…
Descriptors: Community Recreation Programs, Ethnic Groups, Guides, Language Fluency
Training Research and Development Station, Prince Albert (Saskatchewan). – 1974
Creating a Career is an instructional program in vocational guidance, developed for use in adult basic education and retraining programs. As a curriculum-based program, it was designed to provide activities for young adults in the areas of self-assessment, learning about the world of work, making personal career plans, and developing job search…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Education, Audiovisual Instruction, Career Choice