Teaching Tools


  • Ask a Teacher
    Point your secondary students to the Independent Learning Centre's "Ask a Teacher" website for additional exercises, study aids, essay help, EQAO prep and more.
  • Bringing the Olympics Into the Classroom
    The 2010 Winter Olympics took place in Vancouver from February 12-28, 2010 and The Paralympic Winter Games followed from March 12-21.
  • Career Matters
    All about high school requirements and options. Covers Ontario English high school course descriptions, codes, and their pre-requisites; information on alternatives like co-op, summer school, and apprenticeships, plus a Student Planner tool.
  • Historymuseum.ca
    Centralized website for the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Canadian Children's Museum, the Canadian Museum, the Canadian War Museum and the Virtual Museum of New France. Feature-rich site also offers special areas for Student and Educator Resources.
  • Junior Achievement of Canada
    International not-for-profit organization educates young people about business and economics. Program offerings include Business Basics (elementary), The Economics of Staying in School (middle school) and The Company Program (secondary).
  • Learning Centre for Teachers
    Find all educational resources on the Library and Archives Canada website.
  • The Learning Partnership
    A not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing together business, education, government, labour, policy makers and the community to develop partnerships that strengthen public education in Canada. Offer a range of programs.
  • Live Safe! Work Smart!
    Ontario secondary school teachers now have access to a variety of health and safety resources for use in the classroom. If you teach a subject with learning expectations related to health and safety, you'll be interested in the curriculum-based resources that will directly support your lessons. In addition there are a number of other resources available that can be used to prepare students to work safely.
  • Math Central
    Resources, forum, answers to questions, monthly math problems and more.
  • Media Awareness Network
    Resources to help educators, parents and others promote media literacy among young people.
  • nature.ca
    In the "Teacher Zone" of the Canadian Museum of Nature, you'll find almost 100 workshops, lesson plans, activities and games for exploring the natural world with your students. Whether planning a visit to the museum or preparing for a lesson in your classroom, our curriculum-based resources can be useful tools.
  • Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (OPHEA)
    Non-profit organization that promotes healthy, active living. Site features teacher resources and activity ideas.
  • Ontario Science Centre
    Since its opening September 26, 1969, the Ontario Science Centre has been a pioneer in creating interactive experiences that make science accessible. It has attracted over 40 million visitors from around the world and is one of Canada's most visited attractions.
  • Reach for the Top
    The national quiz game for high school students.
  • Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
    Information on child protection from the Ministry of Children and Youth Services
  • SchoolNet News Network (SNN)
    A cyber-school for writers and aspiring journalists, a multimedia publishing and broadcasting forum for their stories and a resource centre for teachers. SNN is open to all K-12 students in Canada in both official languages.
  • Special Needs Opportunity Windows (SNOW)
    Online resources and professional development opportunities for educators of students with special needs.
  • Statistics Canada Learning Resources for Teachers
    Lesson plans, articles, brochures, teachers' kits, student projects and more.
  • Virtual Museum of Canada
    See also the Teachers Centre
    An extensive and complete online museum of the stories and treasures that have come to define Canada over the centuries. See the Teachers' Centre for specific guidance on bringing the museum into your classroom.
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