English Français Español

Article Search ResultsSubscribe to RSS


Search results in category Learning Resources

previous page | Found 24 records | Showing page 2 of 3 pages | next page


Many Methods of Mountain Biking

Published: 08/15/2014 by David Mills in Learning Resources

Many Methods of Mountain Biking

So, you already enjoy the fun and freedom of cycling and want to spend more time riding the dirt. Walking into a bike shop to see what’s available may be bewildering. “What kind of riding do you want to do?” is often the first question. While there u


Learn to Shop, Shop to Learn! Exploring Mathematics

For mathematics, you don’t have to look far to find someplace where you can apply concepts to real life.


Penguin Paradise

Published: 12/15/2011 by Margy MacMillian in Learning Resources

Penguin Paradise

I land and am surrounded by penguins on the move. Chattering penguins traveling solo or in cliques, some running with wings outstretched like happy five-year-olds, others walking more sedately or tobogganing on their white stomachs.


Kitchen Lab: Edible Experiments and Other Mad Scientist Recipes

Published: 12/15/2013 by Tamara Christine Van Hooser in Learning Resources

Kitchen Lab: Edible Experiments and Other Mad Scientist Recipes

Conducting science in your kitchen lab is an excellent vehicle for tying in cross-curricular skills such as measurement, nutrition, responsibility, and following directions, as well as kitchen safety and the scientific process.


Jerry Potts (c.1840-1896)

Published: 01/15/2010 by Kate Schutz in Learning Resources

Jerry Potts (c.1840-1896)

Warrior. Sharp Shooter. Interpreter. Scout. Guide. Whiskey Drinker. Murderer. Hero. Father. Diplomat. Peacemaker. Legend.


Leaping Lemurs and Soaring Sifakas

Published: 12/15/2013 by Margy MacMillan in Learning Resources

Leaping Lemurs and Soaring Sifakas

On the northwest coast of Madagascar, north of Mahajamba Bay, deep in the territory of the Menabe Sakalava people, two distinctly different lemurs share the forests of Anjajavy with a host of other animals. The brown lemur (Eulemur fulvus) and the Co


Banff National Park

Published: 08/15/2010 by Andrea Tombrowski in Learning Resources

Banff National Park

Banff National Park has a rich history. Earliest evidence of human occupation is recorded between 11,000-11,500 BC on the shores of the Vermilion Lakes and the man-made lake, Lake Minnewanka.


John A. Macdonald (c. 1815-1891)

Published: 02/15/2011 by Sarah Kitteringham in Learning Resources

John A. Macdonald (c. 1815-1891)

Canada’s first Prime Minister was a man who truly rose to the challenge of forging and governing a vast nation.


Finding Our Legislative Link

Published: 08/15/2008 by Chris Kirwan in Learning Resources

I recently set out to find proposed bills in provincial and federal governments in Canada, and within just a few minutes I was rewarded with an easy find online.


Bison: A Way of Life

Published: 01/15/2009 by Kate Schutz in Learning Resources

Bison: A Way of Life

Imagine all the people that live in Calgary today. Imagine if all of those people turned into bison! That gives you an idea of how many bison lived in Calgary’s past!

previous page | Found 24 records | Showing page 2 of 3 pages | next page