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Authentic First Peoples Resources (K-9)

The past two decades have seen a dramatic increase in the number of resources with a First Peoples theme or focus…

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John A. Hutton Elementary School – Healthy Schools Example

The Healthy Schools Network (HSN) is highlighting previous year-end stories to ignite creativity and share ideas about curriculum-based approaches that are…

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Fostering School Connectedness Using the Spirals of Inquiry

It’s been a busy school year so far, with lots of time devoted to understanding and using the redesigned curriculum. While…

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Connecting the Redesigned Curriculum and Health Literacy Through CSH

The Action Schools! BC’s Team presented at the  October 21st, 2016, QDPE (Quality Daily Physical Education) Conference.  Workshop participants  explored how…

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Action Schools! BC New and Updated Resources and Supports

We’re still busy updating Action Schools! BC. Check the Action Schools! BC website for the latest updates.  In the meantime, are…

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UBC Learning For Life – New Resources

UBC Faculty of Medicine’s Digital Emergency Medicine is proud to share the Learning for Life resources for educators teaching Grades 4-7….

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Fostering Resiliency Through Addressing Substance Use Across The Curriculum

As an early career secondary school teacher in Castlegar, BC, Stephanie Mervyn was looking for a more promising approach to addressing…

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Updated Sip Smart! BC Program

Sip Smart! BC is an educational program that helps teach students about sugary drinks and making healthy drink choices.  First released…

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Matthew McNair Secondary School – Healthy School Story

The Healthy Schools Network (HSN) is highlighting previous year-end stories to ignite creativity and share ideas about curriculum-based approaches that are…

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Resources to Support Mental Well-Being

Are you looking for resources to support the mental well-being curricular competency in your classroom? Here are some great places to…

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