–Lessons from the Earth Storytelling, Art & Indigenous Knowledge: Teacher Resource Kit
–Discipline that Restores: Restorative justice flowcharts for the classroom.
–International Institute for Restorative Practices– Tips on how to apply RP to your own practice.
–RP for Schools: Restorative practices.
–Safe@School: Lesson modules on anti-bullying practices.
English Language Learners (EFL/ESL)
–Armored Penguin: Easy to use puzzle generator.
–A-Z Teacher Stuff: Find what you need to teach your classes.
–BBC: Different lesson plans for teachers.
–Boggles World ESL: Handouts and flash cards
–English Banana: A million different activities.
–ESL Galaxy: Lesson plans, activities, etc etc.
–ESOL Courses: Free online English lessons.
–Free Language Stuff: Word lists, worksheets, homework assignments.
–Learning English: Brought to you by the British Council.
–Mes English: For teachers with young students.
–Primary Games: Games for young learners.
–Puzzle Maker: Make and use puzzles.
–TLS Books: Worksheets and other stuff.
–Vocab Maker: Make worksheets.
–Canadian Olympic School Program: Complete lessons and units for Physical Education.
–Pan-Canadian Joint Consortium for School Health: A consortium working together to promote healthy schools.
–Anishinabek Nation: Resources on treaty rights and the Residential School System.
–Black History Canada: Topics and resources pertaining to Black History Month.
–CBC Digital Archives: Complete lesson and unit plans, particularly good for social studies/history.
–Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse (Québec): Textbook for Indigenous Canadian history.
–Cultivating Peace: Social justice resources through a peace-based lens.
–Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History: Mysteries taken from Canadian history, and presented as a crime for students to solve.
–Historica Canada– Canadian history lessons.
–Library of Parliament Teacher Resources: Resources for civics and/or history.
–Native-Land.ca: A map detailing land claims, treaties, languages, and more. Includes links to various Indigenous groups’ websites for further info.
–Syllabus for White People to Educate Themselves: A Google Doc of resources to better understand privilege. Geared towards the US, but still applicable in Canada.
–Truth and Reconciliation Commission: Resources on the TRC and the impact of the Residential Schools System.
–Where Are the Children?– Resources and online exhibits on the Residential Schools System.
–KenKen Puzzles– A great resource that allows students to work on math and problem-solving skills. Perfect for extension activities!
–Nonograms: A kind of Japanese puzzle, where students use math skills and logic to solve. Great lesson extension activity for students who finish early.
–University of Waterloo Invitations to Math: Complete unit plans for junior math grades.
–University of Waterloo Problem of the Week: Brain-teaser math problems.
–youcubed: Math tasks and lessons for all grade levels.
–BC Teachers’ Federation Global Education: Global issues using a social justice framework.
–Curriculum: Fully updated, PDF, versions of Ontario’s curriculum.
–Developing a Global Perspective for Educators: Resources from uOttawa’s Global Cohort. Includes lesson and unit plans.
–EduGAINs: Ministry-developed lessons, and tips for educators. Multiple subject areas.
–Edutopia: Strategies resource.
–First Nations Education Steering Committee: Cross-curricular lesson and unit plans.
–M’Chigeeng First Nation: Strategies, lessons, and language guides.
–National Geographic Kids: A great resource with a variety of stuff to incorporate into lessons.
–Project of Heart: Resources for bringing the reconciliation process into classrooms.
–Back to Nature: Resources for environmental appreciation.
–Ingenium (Canada Aviation and Space Museum): Resources for teachers including experiments with links to the Ontario and Quebec Curriculum.
–SpecialEducationOntario: Guides on teaching Special Education.
–Teachers’ Gateway to Special Education: Strategies and resources for teaching Special Education.