«Elementary» column

Benefits of Outdoor Education in Early Childhood

May 4th, 2024; By Susan Huebert

After a long day at school, spending time outside can be a good way to relax. However, the outdoors can be part of learning, even before children begin school. Outdoor […]

Career Profile: Set and Exhibit Designers

May 4th, 2024; By Susan Huebert

If you go to a movie, a play, or a museum, you might barely notice the background, but it is very important. It helps give people the context of the […]

Role of Counsellors in BC High Schools

May 4th, 2024; By Susan Huebert

Suppose that you needed help with planning your future career or with an issue at school. You might decide to go talk to the school counsellor. People in this profession […]

Curriculum Inclusion: Representing BIPOC History and Contributions in Schools

April 7th, 2024; By author below

By Natasha Cooper In Canada’s unique and complex history, the stories of Black, Indigenous, and other people of colour or BIPOC communities have often been overlooked, written out, and silenced.  […]

Student Mental Health in New Learning Environments

April 7th, 2024; By Anthony Teles

The way we learn keeps evolving, and with that comes a fresh set of challenges. One of the most important is supporting your mental health. This article explores some key […]

Unlocking Potential Through Gifted Programs in B.C.

April 7th, 2024; By Anthony Teles

Ever wonder how schools help and support students who excel academically? British Columbia’s education system is all about celebrating everyone’s strengths, and that includes gifted and talented programs. These programs […]

Music and Arts Education: A Necessity, Not a Luxury

March 5th, 2024; By Susan Huebert

When people consider the most important subjects for students to learn, they probably think of the sciences or mathematics, or maybe practical skills like welding or construction. Music and the […]