Author Archives: Julie Boon

About Julie Boon

Graduate Student Library Assistant at OISE Library | Master of Information (LIS) 2018, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto

Lobby Display: Health Education Curriculum

***TRIGGER WARNING: This post includes reference to potentially triggering topics like physical and sexual violence*** While controversial, the changes introduced in the 2015 Ontario Health and Physical Education curriculum were an important step towards transforming Ontario schools into safe spaces. … Continue reading

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Indigenous Resistance and Futurisms

Serving as a space to envision both resistance and empowerment, Indigenous Futurism(s) is a field that works to affirm the presence and identity of Indigenous communities and individuals in the past, present and future. While exploring future or alternative worlds … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit: Elementary Rhythm Set

Looking to add some rhythm to your classroom? Well, Rhythm set might be your jam! All about the musical instruments from the Percussion Family, this kit is a great way to get your students excited about both musical practice and musical … Continue reading

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OISE Lobby Display: Adult Education

Learning does not simply end with the transition of an individual from childhood to adulthood. Although many may associate education and learning with the youth of today, this is and has always been a misconception. Education is a continuous event, … Continue reading

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OISE Lobby Display: Pride

For many across the globe, the month of June is recognized as a time of celebration for the LGBTQ+ community. Although it is not yet celebrated everywhere and by everyone, it is incredibly important that such a celebration be recognized … Continue reading

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