Author Archives: Jenna Mlynaryk

About Jenna Mlynaryk

TALint (Toronto Academic Libraries Intern) at the OISE Library | Master of Information (LIS), 2020 | University of Toronto

From our Historical Collection: Vernon G. Turner fonds

It seems in every classroom that there’s always one exceptional note-taker – whose handwriting is neat, whose attendance is spotless, and commitment to capturing every detail of a lesson fills page after organized page. At the North Toronto Collegiate Institute … Continue reading

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2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has officially declared 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages! Across the world, UNESCO is calling for the celebration of Indigenous languages to raise awareness and appreciation for the integral role that … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit: Emotion Stones

Everyone has emotions, but how do we express them? If you’re looking for a healthy way to help young students communicate their emotions, try using Emotion Stones! Emotion Stones can help children process their own emotions through the recognition of facial … Continue reading

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Holiday Music in Ontario Schools

For as long as Ontario schools have been celebrating the winter holidays, holiday music has made its way into the province’s elementary and secondary classrooms. This month’s OHEC display features Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s music found in Ontario textbooks. … Continue reading

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New Titles: November

Taku Wadaka He? (What Do You See?) by Joanne Zacharias, Illustrated by Steven Smith This beautifully illustrated story is about the culture of the Dakota people, and the bonds that form between a grandfather and granddaughter as they explore the hidden … Continue reading

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