Author Archives: Cassidy Foxcroft

About Cassidy Foxcroft

TALint (Toronto Academic Libraries Intern) at the OISE Library | Master of Information (LIS & ARM), 2018 | University of Toronto

The Evolution of Science Education in Ontario Schools

Science Literacy Week is September 18-24, 2017! This month’s historical display takes a look at how science literacy and science education has evolved in Ontario schools through the year 2000. The earliest science textbooks in the Ontario Historical Education Collection … Continue reading

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OISE Lobby Display: Back to School

September means back to school – and for OISE students, this means that classroom placements are just around the corner! Student teachers and new teachers alike will benefit from this month’s display highlighting books about classroom management, lesson planning, time … Continue reading

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The OISE Library Collection is Out of this World!

Thinking of doing some stargazing this summer? We’ve got a great selection of books about stars, planets, and other astronomical phenomena here at the OISE Library! The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide and the Collins Stars & Planets are excellent stargazing starting … Continue reading

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Back to School …in 1915

It’s August, summer is winding down, and students across Ontario are getting ready to go back to school. This month in the glass display table, check out some of the books and supplies a pupil in the junior grade of … Continue reading

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150 Years of Canadian History Textbooks

This month we’re showcasing Canadian history textbooks across the years! On display inside the glass table on the ground floor of the library, you will find a selection of textbooks from nearly every decade since 1867. In early Ontario schools, … Continue reading

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