Teachers on Call interviews Woodstock, ON chocolatier, Angela Neddo, to learn why eating chocolate should be a healthy habit!
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Teachers on Call interviews the curator of W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collection at Queen’s University to learn more about their Doors Open Kingston event.
Teachers on Call interviews Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum to learn more about their Doors Open event and how baseball goes hand in hand with math and statistics.
Teachers on Call interviews Brambleberry Farm to learn more about their approach to sustainable agriculture, beekeeping and teaching students about where their food comes from during Doors Open Quinte West.
Doors Open Waterloo is taking place this Saturday and Rogers tv, Cable 20 is providing an exclusive experience to get an inside look into the exciting profession of broadcasting.
Teachers on Call interviews the London Children’s Museum to learn more about their approach to STEAM-based learning during Doors Open London and throughout the year.
In celebration of Doors Open Brampton, Teachers on Call interviews the creative team at Brampton On Stage and The Rose.
Teachers on Call interviews the artistic team at Quinte Ballet School of Canada (QBSC) about their programmes and participation during Doors Open Belleville.
Michelle Faber, Founder and CEO of Busy Minds Ed. shares 5 mindfulness activities she recommends for families looking to learn together.
This Hooked on Books series features author/illustrator, Peggy Collins, covering the topics of courage, autism and neurodivergence.