"Sorry to be off topic, but the Canadian Consulate of Denver has a request:
The Denver, CO Canadian Consulate staff who work with K-12 teachers has received a request from a Denver middle school IT teacher named Mike Foster:
"I have several…"
Place where middle school teachers can share lessons, questions, tools, books, or really anything. Also a place to start dialogue with high school teachers to alleviate transitional issues between middle school and high school.
"Welcome to the NING! I hope that you can find useful resources here! Please let me know if you have any questions. The Book club will be starting in a week or so. I hope you have been able to participate in #sschat on Monday nights…"
Canadian-American Center, University of Maine AND the Center for the Study of Canada / Institute on Quebec Studies, Plattsburgh State University of New York
Teaching About Canada supports Canadian Studies in the US K-12 curriculum. We are based at the Canadian-American Center, on the campus of UMaine in Orono - at the crossroads of Atlantic Canada and New England, AND at Plattsburgh State University of New York, 1.5 hours from the second largest French-speaking city in the world, Montreal. Educators Amy Sotherden and Betsy Arntzen provide national outreach and professional development programs for K-12 teachers to address topics related to American and Canadian relations and understanding. Amy: Assistant Director of the Center for the Study of Canada/Institute on Quebec Studies. Betsy: Director of the Office of Canadian Studies Outreach and adjunct faculty at UMaine and Plymouth (NH) State University. We co-lead the annual Quebec Dimensions Summer Institute for K-12 Professionals, which begins and ends in Montreal and travels to Quebec City and environs.
Welcome to the NING! I hope that you can find useful resources here! Please let me know if you have any questions. The Book club will be starting in a week or so. I hope you have been able to participate in #sschat on Monday nights at 7pm EST.