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Local educator receives Indigenous Educator Award

Saskatoon woman is one of 10 educators recently awarded the Indigenous Educator Award, presented by Indspire. Sheila Pocha was one of the recipients of the Leadership award. More than 400 educators and supporters of Indigenous education from across Canada gathered late last week to celebrate the recipients of the 2014 Guiding the Journey: Indigenous Educator Awards at a gala ceremony at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto. This year, the Awards, presented by Indspire, the largest funder of Indigenous education outside the... +Read More

Three must-read books for Bullying Awareness Week

Chances are at some point in your life you experienced some form of bullying — whether as a victim, observer or participant. There is more awareness on this issue than ever before, but it is also more complex. Cyberbullying did not exist when I was walking the school halls. Bullying prevention and intervention is a topic that is important all year round. However, initiatives such as Bullying Awareness Week ensure this important subject is brought to the forefront. Taking place... +Read More

Helping your kids succeed in school

Watch and learn about the top four things parents can do to help their kids succeed in school. +Read More

Campaign continues to focus on today’s classroom

Last spring the Federation released a multimedia campaign called A Day in the Life, which focused on the day-to-day realities of Saskatchewan teachers. Now as of today, the second series of the campaign has launched, which features even more personal… +Read More

See a day in the life of a teacher

The classroom is changing. Each day is different, and each day is important. Each day, teachers adapt to meet the unique and changing needs of students. And, at the end of the day, it’s the relationship between teachers and students… +Read More
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