Whole Number Bias and 3 Misconceptions about Fractions in Junior Math Whole Number Bias and 3 Misconceptions about Fractions in Junior Math Q&A: OISE Assistant Professor Dr. Zack Hawes explains... read more →

3 Misconceptions in Primary Science Taking time at the beginning of a science unit to allow students to share or document how they understand and relate to a topic is... read more →

Investigating Birds in Spring Investigating Birds in Spring To me, birds are a nearly perfect teaching tool. They offer us a form of natural play, sparking joy as one ventures... read more →

Exploring Food Insecurity using Financial Literacy Using mathematics to understand food insecurity highlights factors that influence one's ability to access food. Due to the supply issues resulting from the pandemic,... read more →

Bringing Stories into Science Classrooms Dr. Julie Comay explores how the inclusion of stories in science learning can create a bridge from the known to the unknown for students READ... read more →

Lessons Videos Blogs OPM This year, The Robertson Program has enhanced its online offerings. With more than 30 new lessons in our online library, several new... read more →

Math, science & exploration in outdoor classrooms The Rural Outdoor Classroom New ideas from "Camp" at Mine Centre P.S. The Urban Outdoor Classroom Video tours of 2 different... read more →

9 Math Manipulatives used by Lab School Teachers Teachers from the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study share which math manipulative has become a go-to resource. Multilink Cubes Let... read more →

Math Manipulatives: How do they aid student learning? With insight from practicing teachers, Dr. Julie Comay explores how math manipulatives — both physical and virtual — may help and hinder mathematical development... read more →

Rethinking Early Years Math Assessment in the First Days of School Assessment: What research says Dr. Julie Comay on balancing assessment and relationship Teacher Insight: Nursery to SK... read more →