An enticing tale by LRNG’s own student Anushka Bhattacharjee. The book My Magic Mirror details the story of nine-year-old Ara and her five-year-old younger brother, Felice, who are new immigrants living in the city of Toronto. One day, Felice stumbles upon a mystical mirror in their basement and immediately notifies his sister when he witnesses […]
As more and more learning is now taking place at home, there are some steps parents can take to further their child’s literacy development. Done well, the right book can have a similar effect as a day in the classroom. On this week’s Wisdom Wednesday, we will discuss the importance of inclusive literature. As we educate younger minds, we need to be very intentional about the resources we have in our classrooms, our libraries and our lessons.
Welcoming you to a better learning experience!
LRNG’s main focus, in layman’s terms, is to promote progressive approaches to teaching techniques. That can show itself in a lot of different and unexpected ways. Sometimes, that could be tweaking or modifying what an educator says or does. Other times, it could be switching out resources, such as textbooks.