Throughout the semester, I have compiled a list of resources that have been helpful in my teaching practice, along with influencing who I am and strive to be as a teacher.
Adaptive Dimension – The Adaptive Dimension document was used to complete the What’s In Your Pocket assignment. The document includes adaptive dimensions for learning environments, instruction, and resources, which have been very useful so far in this course and can use it along side teaching, as well as assessment, which I will become more familiar with when I am able to get into the classroom setting.
Treaty Essential Learnings – This document provides essential information and history regarding Treaties. What I like most about this document is that it is simple yet effective in providing myself, and other future teachers, knowledge and understanding in regards to Treaties.
Powerful Instructional Practices – This document has allowed me as a future teacher to branch out and try new instructional strategies in my teaching practice. This document provides a wide range of instructional strategies, along with information about each. Some of the instructional strategies we had discussed further in class and watched our colleagues present the strategies to the class.
Deepening the Discussion – This is a Saskatchewan created document for teachers and educators. This document will be very helpful in my teaching career as it provides essential information about gender and sexual diversity, along with connecting to Comprehensive School Health – healthy physical and social environments, high-quality teaching and learning, family and community engagement, and effective policy.
Treaty Education and Reconciliation Resources – This Saskatchewan document is created for teachers and educators. The document features many ready to use resources on Treaty Education and Reconciliation. I think this will be a very useful document when I can get into my future classroom.