Great new resources to add to your OT bag!
Across the Alley by Richard Michelson
A is for Algonquin - An Ontario Alphabet by Lovenia Gorman
I Am Jazz by Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings
My Brother is Autistic by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
Sex is a Funny Word by Cory Silverberg and Fiona Smyth
The Sheep Go On Strike by Jean-Francois Dumont
The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney and Plan International
What would you do to get to school? For many students the chance to go to school takes a great deal of travel and dedication. Beautiful photos from around the world along with simple text, will get students of all ages reflecting on their own school experience.
An Inuksuk Means Welcome by Mary Wallace
Words and definition from the Inuit life in the Arctic provide a sense of traditions and customs. A great primary resource.
28 Days-Moments in Black History that Changed the World by Charles R. Smith Jr.
A perfect resource for Black History Month and to bring greater awareness to inclusion and equity issues. The events highlighted in this junior/intermediate picture book will help students understand the extraordinary events that changed all of history!
What Does it Mean to Be Kind? by Rana DiOrio
A fantastic addition to any primary character education program, this book can easily prompt some character building initiatives.
Amelia to Zora: Twenty-Six Women Who Changed the World by Cynthia Chin-Lee
An alphabet style book highlighting accomplishments of women
around the world. From Amelia Earhart, the pilot to
Zora Neale Hurston, novelist, this book is sure to inspire and inform.
Nelson Mandela by Kadir Nelson
This beautifully illustrated picture book tells the story of Mandela beginning as a nine year old boy who set out to change the world. A story of equality and perseverance and one man's quest to create a more just world.
Wall by Tom Clohosy Cole
A picture book about one young boys determination to reunite his family who find themselves on opposite sides of the Berlin Wall. An excellent discussion starter for social justice issues or history.
Before We Eat - from farm to table by Pat Brisson
This book puts a face on farming and helps students to understand
that food doesn't magically appear at the grocery store. A great resource
to inspire conversations about food origin.
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Subjects are in order as follows:
Numbers and Numeracy
Art, Music, and Drama
French as a Second Language
Early Learning Classrooms
Health and Wellness
The Can Man by Laura E. Williams 2 copies
Ghost Train by Paul Yee
The Lotus Seed by Shery Garland
One Well: The Story of Water on Earth by Rochelle Strauss
This a book appropriate for all elementary grade levels. It is richly illustrated and would be
a valuable addition to science lessons pertaining to water and conservation.
Kids With Courage: True Stories About Young People Making A Difference By Barbara A. Lewis
In Our Mother's House by Patricia Polacco
Morning on the Lake by Jan Bourdeau
On the Day You Were Born by Debra Frasier
One Green Apple by Eve Bunting
A touching story about the reality that one young girl faces in a new school and a new country. She is unfamiliar with the language, but soon finds commonalities on a class field trip. This story puts the reader in the shoes of young immigrant child. A great resource for character education.
Ryan and Jimmy: And the Well in Africa That Brought Them Together by Herb Shoveller
Smoky Night by Eve Bunting
The Sissy Duckling by Harvey Fierstein
The Way to Start A Day by Byrd Baylor
Something Beautiful by Sharon Dennis Wyeth
Chicken Sunday by Patricia Polacco
the composition by Anonio Skarmeta
Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne
Whoever You Are by Mem Fox
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
Divali Rose by Vashanti Rahaman
The Quilt of Belonging: Stitching Together the Stories of a Nation by Janice Weaver
Fly Away Home by Eve Bunting
Freedom Summer by Deborah Wiles
Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad by Ellen Levine
Mr. Lincoln's Way by Patricia Polacco
My Princess Boy by Cheryl Kilodavis
Sandy's Incredible Shrinking Footprint by Fermida Handy and Carole Carpenter
Someday a Tree by Ronald Himler
Somewhere in the World Right Now by Stacey Schuett
Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt by Deborah Hopkinson
The Bully Blockers Club by Teresa Bateman
The Memory String by Eve Bunting
The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi
Those Shoes by Maribeth Boelts
Tracking Trash: Flotsam, Jetsam, and the Science of Ocean Motion by Loree Griffin Burns
Under the Quilt of Night by Deborah Hopkinson
You Can, Toucan, Math by David A. Adler
Three Names of Me by Mary Cummings
Shape Up! Fun With Triangles and Other Polygons by David A. Adler
G is for Googol: A Math Alphabet Book by David M. Schwartz
Spaghetti and Meatballs for All!: A Mathematical Story by Marilyn Burns
The Great Number Rumble: A Story of MATH in Surprising Places by Cora Lee and Gillian O'Reilly
Data Mania: Pigs, Cows, and Probability by Marcie Aboff
Full House: An Invitation of Fractions by Dayle Ann Dodds
Teaching Early Math Skills with Favorite Picture Books by Constance J. Leuenberger
A Very Improbable Story by Edward Einhorn
The Birdman by Veronika Martenova Charles
Dancing Through the Snow by Jean Little
Weird Parents by Audrey Wood
Alternatives to Worksheets: Motivational Reading and Writing Activities Across The Curriculum; Grades K-4 Creative Teaching Press, 1992
Answering the Call: A Handbook for Occasional Teachers Ontario Public School Teachers 1995 Information about managing your career. Much is still pertinent. 4 copies
Dr. Seuss and the Occasional Teacher by Chelyl Swackhammer, SERT 2002
Lesson plans and activities for K-8 based on books commonly found in schools.
Getting The Job You Want, by Wally Moffat, ETFO, 2004 3 copies
I Am The Teacher: Effective Classroom Management for the Occasional Teacher ETFO, 2007
An excellent resource that covers establishing an effective presence, considering student expectations, bonding and connecting with students, effective routines and procedures, effective classroom management techniques and effective instruction. 2 copies
I'm Through! What Can I Do? Grades 3-4, The Learning Works, 2002
More than 80 puzzles, brainteasers, and creative activities
Story Works, By Bob Barton and David Booth, 2000
Using shared stories in the classroom: what to choose, how to present, follow-up activities, evaluation.
Student Assessment and Evaluation framework, UCDSB, 2007
Telling Stories Your Way, by Bob Barton, 2000
Identifies key features for effective story-telling and dramatic reading, outlines major types of stories for the telling, including cumulative and sequential and explores the power of nursery rhymes for creative writing and drama.
The Occasion to Lead: A Resource Guide for Occasional Teachers ETFO publication 2002
This binder is full of ideas for OT success. Cross curricular lesson plans included.
The Power of Story: Volume 1 ETFO publication
(cross curricular lessons K-8)
The Power of Story: Volume 2 ETFO publication 2004
(cross-curricular lessons K-8)
The Substitute Source Book: Cross-curricular activities Grades 1-2 World Teachers' Press 2006
The Substitute Source Book: Cross curricular activities Grades 5-6 World Teachers' Press 2006
Reproducible worksheets and additional activities.
The Substitute Source Book: Cross-curricular activities Grades 7-8 World Teachers' Press 2006
Classroom Beginnings ETFO 2000
An excellent guide when setting up your first classroom and an excellent reminder of positive classroom strategies that work.
Classroom Management; Orchestrating A Community Of Learners, Performance Learning Systems Inc. 2005
Complete and extensive binder of resources and strategies.
Teacher Talk: What It Really Means, by Chick Moorman & Nancy Weber, 1989
Strategies to help students become more self-reliant, ways to improve your teaching skills and build mututally respectful relationships with your students.
Tribes, by Jeanne Gibbs, 1995
50 Graphic Organizers for Reading Writing & More; Grades 4-8, Scholastic 1999.
Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom: How to Reach and Teach All Learners, Grade 3-12, by Diane Heacox, 2002
Differentiation in Action: A Complete Resource with Research-Supported Strategies to Help You Plan and Organize Differentiated Instruction and Achieve Success with All Learners by Judith Dodge Scholastic 2005
Learn about teaching to student's diverse levels of understanding and learning styles, foster intrinsic motivation, design lessons to help students use higher-order thinking skills, develop activities and assessments that build on students' strengths, plan and implement successful tiered lessons and manage flexible instructional groups.
Introduction to Inclusive Education, by Anne Jordan, OISE,2007
Compliments WileyPLUS, an on-line tool that provides a suite of teaching and learning resources.
Multiple Intelligences: Theme-based Activities Grades 1-3 World Teachers' Press 2005
Reproducible activities covering eight intelligences - bodily-kinesthetic, logical-mathematical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, musical-rhythmic, naturalist, verbal-linguistic and visual.
The Quality School Teacher: A Companion Volume To The Quality School, by William Glasser, 1998
Specific suggestions for teachers who are trying to implement the lead-management ideas of The Quality School in their classrooms.
An Aboriginal Book List For Children, Ministry of Indian Affairs, 2000
s Long As The Rivers Flow, by Larrie Loyie & Constance Brissenden, 2002
A memoir that encourages discussion. A First Nation Communities Read.
Asmina's Story, Unicef
A Child Orphaned by AIDS in Africa
Curriculum Connections: Intermediate Reading Resources Grade 7-8, by Feir Johnson, ETFO
A ten day, structured, process for grade seven and eight to use with any reader story. Contains student information sheets, modified sheets for ESL and special education and evaluation rubric. May be used with a split grade.
Global Education Program: Primary Lessons, CHF
Global Education Program: Junior Lessons, CHF
Global Education Program: Intermediate Lessons Grade 7-10, CHF
Language Critical Thinking: Creative Puzzles to Challenge the Brain Grades 5-8
The Learning Works 2004
Reading Response Forms Grades 4-6 Innovative Teacher Publishing 2005
Lots of reproducible forms and ideas to enhance students' response to literature.
Scholastic Read-Aloud Anthology Grade 5 and Up 2004
35 short read aloud that build comprehension, listening and higher-level thinking
Story Writing: Creative Writing Projects and Ideas by Denise Bieniek, Troll CreativeTeacher Ideas, 1996
Reproducibles for various writing genres, writing tips and art project ideas.
Take A Closer Look: A Practical Guide To Exploring Issues of Media Violence in the Intermediate Classroom Grades 4-8, ETFO, 2001 3 copies
Lesson plans & activities which can be used individually or as a unit. These lessons have been used very successfully by our O.T.'s. Students are extremely motivated by the exploration of media messages so behaviour management is simplified.
Teaching with Robert Munsch Books vol.3 Scholastic Canada, 2007Fun and creative teaching activities using six favourite stories
Teaching With Dear Canada Volume 3, Scholastic 2006
Help students explore Canada's past and build important social studies and language arts skills. This guide offers story summaries of Banished from Our Home, An Ocean Apart, A Trail of Broken Dreams and Winter of Peril.
Teaching With Dear Canada Volume 4, Scholastic Canada 2006
Help students explore Canada's past and build important social studies and language arts skills. This guide features summaries of The Death of My Country, No Safe Harbour, A Rebel's Daughter and Turned Away.
The Class That Reads: Best Practices For Teaching Primary Reading, ETFO, 2001
The Gathering Tree, by Larrie Loyie & Constance Brissenden, 2005
A children's book about HIV with a Fisrt Nations storyline.
The Ledger Book of Thomas Blue Eagle, by Jewel H. Grutman& Gay Matthaei, 2005
This book was inspired by ledger drawings made in the late 19th century. It is based on letters, pictographs and documents from The Carlisle Indian School.
The Write Track: A Handbook for Young Writers, Thinkers and Learners Heath & Co 1996
Wonderful ideas for guided writing and skill building
Through Mala's Eyes: Life in an Inuit Community, Indian & Northern Affairs, 2005
Series of lesson plans built around the first-person narrative of a 12 year-old Inuk boy.
When The Spirits Dance, by Larrie Loyie & Constance Brissenden, 2006
Numbers and Numeracy
Making Math Happen In The Primary Years, ETFO, 2005
Solid information on how to build a curent curriculum-based math program for primary grades. Key principles, integrating problem solving and commuication in the math program, effective use of resources and much more!
Making Math Happen in the Junior Years ETFO publication 2004 Solid information on how to build an excellent, current, and curriculum-based math program for junior grades. Includes much more than theory. How to set up math journals, integrating meaningful problem solving, sample lessons and questions and much much more. Excellent professional reading
Making Math Happen in the Intermediate Years ETFO publication 2003
As above but focusing on the Intermediate grades. Sample unit plan included.
Math Critical Thinking Grades 5-8 The Learning Works 2004
over 50 reproducible activities
Math Graphic Organizers Grades 3-5 Creative Teaching Press 2003
Simple and effective strategies for solving math word problems.
All About Food: Agri-Food Facts Ontario Agri-Food Education, 2005
Overview of the agri-food system, what Canadians eat, food safety, production, land and environment, trade in Canada and much more. 2 copies
Detective, by Pat Gough, Ministry of Agriculture, 2008 (Includes CD-Danger Squirrels)
Agriculture and species at risk: co-existence.
E is for Eggs: A resource for early childhood educators (ages 2-5) Canadian Egg Marketing Agency
Nutritious and Delicious! Vegetables and Fruit: Teacher Guide Grades 1-8 Ontario Agri-Food Education Inc., 2 copies
Lesson plans pertaining to science and technology, health and physical education. (Includes Canada's Food Guide)
Social Studies: Check Character Education heading for additional resources
Aboriginal Perspectives, The Teacher Toolkit, Government of Ontario, 2008
Canadian Firsts Game ETFO 2002 This is an excellent resource for the daily casual OT looking for a student motivating unit that combines fun, reading, research, reporting, problem solving and more. Whether you chose to play the game only or to branch out and create additional game cards identifying Canadian firsts, your students will eat this up. Could take an hour, a day, a week or two weeks depending on the time available to you. Grade 4-8
Firsts: From Aboriginal Peoples to Pioneers ETFO 2002
A year long cohesive series of lessons plans tied to the Ontario Curriculum and to Multiple Intelligences.
Global Education Program: Intermediate Lessons (Grades 7-10) CHF
This is a collection of lesson plans focused around youth understanding rural poor communities in developing countries and some of the forces that perpetuate their cycles of poverty.
If the World Were a Village: A Book About the World's People Kids Can Press, 2002
This book is about "world-mindedness." It includes chapters on nationalities, languages, ages, religions, food, air and water, schooling and literacy, money and possessions, electricity, the village in the past and the village in the future. Also included are some idead related to teaching children about the global village. Some very interesting statistics!
Information and Communication Technology: Skills Continuum JK-8, by Jane Hume-Bain & Alison Sampson
Keeping Our Cool: A Climate Change Primer, National Union, 2006
Life in a Castle by Kay Eastwood 2003
Components of a Medieval World
MAP: A Developing World, Canadian Geographic, 2004
Medieval Society by Kay Eastwood 2004
Components of a Medieval Society
Prime Ministers of Canada 4-8 reproducible activities 2002
60 reproducible worksheets and information pages covering 21 Prime Ministers including Paul Martin.
Science and Technology in the Middle Ages by Joanne Findon & Marsha Groves 2005
Ideas and Inventions, farming, weapons, medicine, transportation, etc.
The NNADAP Story Book, 2006 (National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program)
A collection of stories provided by individuals who have been personally impacted by the program.
The Life of a Knight by Kay Eastwood 2003
The Middle Ages
Weather & Us, Grade 5 Curriculum Resource, ETFO, 2003
Earth and Space Systems Strand - Weather
You Choose: Student Vote 2004 ETFO & OECTA
This curriculum resource allows a hands-on examination of the Canadian democratic process. While it was developed for the 2004 election it lends itself to an electoral simulation. Much discussion focuses on rights and responsibilities. Many lessons could be done as by OT's in a daily casual assignment.
Art, Music and Drama
1900-2000: A Century of Women at Work, Ontario Federation of Labour, 2007
A companion booklet to "A Century of Women at Work" Art Exhibit. 3 copies
Brand New Age, Steel Worker's Choir CD
Children of the Morning Activity Book and CD by Jack Grunsky & Louise Cullen, 1992
Includes activities for enhancing literacy, numeracy, social and environmental issues through "World Music".
Dream Music for the Peaceful Classroom: Songs & Chants about Peacemakers, Legends and Heroes, includes CD "World Safari" by Jack Grunsky, 2004
Dream Music for the Peaceful Classroom: Songs and Chants about Peacemakers Legends & Heroes
Jack Grunsky (Includes cassette)
ETFO Arts: Introducing Visual Arts, Drama, Dance, and Music in the Junior Grades, ETFO, 2007
CD Included. Includes teaching tips and assessment tips. 2 copies
I Can Read: Family Chime In Club,by Louise Cullen and CD "Follow the Leader" by Jack Grunsky
Imaginary Window Activity Book and CD, by Jack Grunsky & by Louise Cullen, 1992
Includes activities for enhancing literacy, numeracy, social and environmental issues through "world music."
Once upon A Time: Fairytale Chants and Other Rhythm & Rhyme, includes CD "Tickles and Tunes" by Kathy Reid-Naiman 2 copies
Excellent music and movement for early years and grade 1
Patrick Douglas' Best (CD set - 4) by Patrick Douglas (2 sets)
Includes Not Very Scary Stories, Silly Little Stories for Smart Little Kids, Tall Tales and Teddy Bears and Dinosaurs, Dragons and Daydreams.
Solid Gold 3R's: Songs! Chants! Rhymes & Raps for Language, Math & Science Classrooms
Ideas, lyrics and CD
Solid Gold for Kids: Musical Energizers from the Global Jukebox, by Louise Cullen, 1995, 2 copies
A great resource with many ideas to bring music in to the classroom.
Solid Gold for the Classroom: Experiences to Enhance Literacy Across the Curriculum,by Louise Cullen
Experiences to enhance literacy across the curriculum in language, math, science and technology, the arts, global, social and environemntal themes.
Storytime Rhythm & Rhyme: Sing! Clap! Chant! Rap! With CD "Friends Forever" by Sharon,Louis, & Bram, 1998
An excellent primary resource!
CD: "Arresting Violence: A Resource Guide for Schools & Their Communities, by Peter N. Ross, Ontario Public school Teachers' Federation, 1998
Community Role Models: Algoma ETFO 2004 Contains lesson plans by grade (Grade 1 Chinese New Year and Community Helpers; Grade 2/3 Aboriginal Clan Wall Hangings; Grade 4 Cultural Storytelling; Grade 5 How Immigrants Apply for Citizenship; Grade 6 Oral Storytelling; Grade 7 New France; Grade 7/8 Substance Abuse; Grade 8 Canada: A Changing Society)
Community Role Models: Hastings-Prince Edward ETFO 2000 Lesson plans based on Mohawk teaching, language, history and culture are useful for those teaching Grade 6 social studies.
Critical Media Literacy CD, Addressing Violence in the Media, OTF, 2007
ETFO Human Rights Materials 2004 posters and pamphlets focusing on equity issues
Imagine a World Free from Fear: A K to 8 resource addressing issues related to homophobia and heterosexism ETFO 2004 Lesson plans, reproducible worksheets,, stories and suggested reading all organized by four themes (Pride and Respect; Safe Schools and Safe Communities; Anti-bullying and Conflict Resolution; and Relationships) and with lessons divided by grade.
Race Against Time: Searching for Hope in Aids-ravaged Africa, by Stephen Lewis, Massey Lectures, 2006
Reflections of Me: The ETFO Body Image Project 2004 Curriculum-linked instructional strategies which enhance social skill development, the building of positive self-esteem and bully-proofing strategies
Respecting Cultures and Honouring Differences_ A Supplement to We're Erasing Prejudice for Good ETFO Contains much food for thought as well as lesson plans, rubrics, reading lists divided by grade and themes by month.
Take a Closer Look: A practical guide to exploring issues of media violence Grades 4-8 ETFO 2001 Lesson plans and activities which can be used individually or as a unit. These lessons have been used very successfully by our OT's. Students are extremely motivated by the exploration of media messages so behaviour management is simplified. 2 copies
The Best Self-Esteem Activities for the Elementary Grades Interchoice Publishing1990 Lesson plans with worksheets and overheads. There is a strong drama component and many opportunities for self-reflection. Emphasis on empathy, self-awareness and respect for diversity.
Thumbs Down: A Classroom Response to Violence Toward Women Canadian Teachers' Federation 1990 bilingual. Background information and some lesson plans
French as a Second-Language
Step Forward with French: A curriculum resource for occasional teachers in the French classroom
Hamilton-Wentworth Occasional Teachers and the Hamiliton-Wentworth District School Board
This resource provides materials, basic instructional goals and information in French, with English translations, to support occasional teachers in short-term assignments in the FSL classroom.
Le Canada par les cartes 1 Grades 4-8fsl Level depends on the group's facility with the language. Students with less facility could work in partners, complete as a co-op group or do as a guided discussion focusing on "les mots amis"
Le Canada par les cartes 2 Grades 3-4 fs Apple Press Publishing 2000
Le Canada par les cartes 2 Grades 5-8 fsl As above
Snappy Starters for French Class by Mary McConnell Teacher's Discovery 1998
Most useful for French Immersion classes but could be used with intermediates
Effective Educational Practices for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Resource Guide
Ministry of Education, 2007
This resource guide is designed to support educators in elementary and secondary schools in planning and implementing effecitve educational programs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). It contains information, strategies, and practices that can be put to use in the school and the classroom, It also includes a collection of sample materials reflecting current practices in schools, as well as lists of references and resources for further reading.
Learning the Skills of Anger Management by Terri Akin Jalmar Press 2001
Ready to use lessons for elementary grades.
Special Education Handbook: A Practical Guide For All Teachers, ETFO, 2007. 3 copies
A practical guide developed to support all teachers. Includes four distinct sections: special education in Ontario, areas of need: practical strategies for teachers, glossary of special education terms and acronyms and resources.
Special Kids - Special Challenges by Debbie Ridgers-Learning Resource Coach, Meadowview P.S. 2006 Good background information, and lesson suggestions, for occasional teachers working to meet the needs of our diverse student population. 4 copies
The School Survival Guide for Kids with LD: Ways to Make Learning Easier and More Fun,
by Rhonda Cummings & Gary Fisher, 1991
How to get organized, be a better learner, handle testing, etc.
Early Learning Program
Thinking It Through: Teaching and Learning in the Kindergarten Classroom 2011 ETFO
Eleven curriculum resources are contained in this comprehensive binder. Each describes and explores play-based learning and how to build classrooms that support it. There is a wealth of information, all backed by current research. Booklets include:Thinking It Through
The Arts - Joyful Learning
Planning for Learning
Learning in Centres
Science and Technology
Health and Physical Activity
Literacy and th eyoung Child
Playing is Learning
Assessment that Informs Instruction
Health and Wellness
Beyond PD Days: Teacher's Work & Learning in Canada, OTF, 2007
Free The Children, by Craig Kielburger, 2005
Infection in Pregnancy: Minimizing the Risk in Schools ETFO publication
Me to We: Finding Meaning in a Material World, by Craig & Marc Kielburger, 2006
Motion For Life: Break The Chronic Pain Cycle with a New Exercise Program to Improve Your Everyday
Life, by Dr. Brodie, Vivetics, 2005
Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence, by Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee, 2004
Pregnancy and Parental Leave, ETFO publication bi-lingual
Take Every Precaution reasonable: An ETFO Guide to Occupational Health & Safety in Schools,
The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook, 5th Edition, by Martha Davis, Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman & Matthew McKay, 2000
When Perfect Isn't Good Enough: Strategies for Coping with Perfectionism, by Martin M. Anthony & Richard P. Swinson, 1998
Access Without Borders: Planning Accesible Meetings in the Local, ETFO
Act, Revise, Revitalize Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation 1996
A how-to guide on action research for teachers
Building Relationships...to Prevent Bullying:resource Package, ETFO, 2007
CD: Building for Tomorrow, 2006
Challenging Silence, Challenging Censorship: Inclusive Resources, Strategies and Policy Directives for Addressing Bisexual, Gay,Lesbian, trans-Identified and Two-Spirited Realities in School and Public Libraies, Canadian Teachers Federation, 2007
Dear Sister, Dear Sister: A Collection of Sisterhood Letters from Trade Union Women
edited by Nancy Riche, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2002
Do's & Don'ts: Medical Procedures & Responsibilities for ESP's and PSP's ETFO
From the Ground Up: Elementary Teachers' Call to Action in Public Education ETFO 2001
Fulfilling the Promise: Ensuring Success for Students with Special Needs ETFO 2002
It's Elementary, A Brief History of Ontario's Public Elementary Teachers and Their Federations,
by Barbara Richter, ETFO, 2008 2 copies
Learning About Walking in Beauty: Placing Aboriginal Perspectives in Canadian Classrooms
Canadian Race Relations Foundation 2002
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Education Resource List ETFO 2002
Poverty and Education: Towards Effective Action; A Review of the Literature, ETFO, 2007
Professional Learning To Reshape Teaching, ETFO, 2006
Reflections on Practice: Participant Research Volume 2, ETFO, 2006
Reflections on Practice Volume 3 ETFO 2007
Roots of Equality Grades 1-8 ETFO, 2007 2 copies
Roots of Equality: Resources designed to help educators foster student's healthy, equal relationships & raise awareness of violence against women. grade 3/4/5, ETFO, 2007
Roots of Equality: Four Workshops for grade 7-8 Girls, ETFO, 2007
Take Action: A Guide to Active Citizenship, by Marc & Craig Kielburger, 2002
Teacher Leadership, by Ann Lieberman & Lynne Miller, Josey bass Leadership Library, 2006
Teacher Self-Reflection, The Nova Scotia Teachers Union, 2003
A selection of self-reflection instruments.
Teacher Working Conditions That Matter: Evidence for Change, ETFO, 2006 4 copies
The Future of Work... Getting Kids Ready by Richard Worzel Trimark Legacy for Learning 2000
The School That Equity Built, by Judy Kwasnica, Jan Moxey and Annemarie Shrouder, ETFO, 2000
Split Decisions: The Reality of Combined grades in Ontario in 2001 ETFO
Success is not a Spectator Sport: How to Take Action and Achieve More by Claude M. Marcus The Empowerment International Group 2004
What's Worth Fighting for in the Principalship: Strategies for Taking Charge in the School Principalship by Michael Fullen Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation 1997
What's Worth Fighting for Out There by Andy Hargreaves and Michael Fullen
Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation 1998
Women Abuse Affects Our Children, An Educator's Guide, by linda Baker and Peter Jaffe, Government of Ontario, 2007 3 copies