Pandemic “Thrivers;” Investigating the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Thriving Teachers During the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020-2022

Pandemic Thrivers: Investigating Thriving Teachers’ Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes During the First Two Years of the COVID-19 Pandemic Researchers: Dr. Judy Jaunzems-Fernuk and Ivy ArmstrongAugust 2023 With this case study, we propose interviewing up to five teachers from one Saskatchewan school division who describe themselves as having thrived throughout the Read more…

K-12 Distance Education

K-12 Saskatchewan Distance Education: Digging Deeper into 21st Century Classrooms During a Pandemic Researcher: Kelsey Shields February 2022 Distance education has the ability to enhance Kindergarten-Grade 12 (K-12) education in Saskatchewan by reducing the barriers and challenges currently presented in public education, especially during the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) global pandemic. Read more…

Nurturing Emergent Literacy in Play-Based Outdoor Education: An Exploration of the Learning Journey of a Kindergarten/Grade 1 Class in Forest School

Denise Heppner, Tirzah Reilkoff Leaders in education are wondering if the COVID-19 pandemic will nudge educators to explore the benefits of outdoor education. This research will take up that challenge and delve into the aspects of literacy learning that are fostered by participation within an outdoor educational context (Forest School), Read more…