Enhancing Student Learning

Please read the School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast) Framework for Enhancing Student Learning. View as a pdf

 

 

Supporting Student Learning at Home

Parents and students are often interested in ways to support their children as a supplement to their teacher's instruction in school. Below are links to online resources and websites which may be of support to you and your child in exploring topics of interest.

In no way should this list be considered a replacement for the high quality instruction that your child receives in their classroom.

BC Ministry of Education

Below are listed websites from the Ministry of Education that provide parents with suggestions, advice and tips for supporting learning at home. The first three sites are focused on supporting learning with elementary age children. The last site provides grade specific information on healthy living, physical exercise and eating, which is also downloadable in a multitude of languages.

When exploring topics with your child, three questions you can ask to promote further inquiry, dialogue and connections are: What do you notice? What do you wonder? What does this remind you of?

Encourage your child to share their thinking and learning with you in creative and engaging ways.

Sechelt Public Library

  • Program for Kids aged 9 and up
  • Kids’ Weekday Drop In at Sechelt Public Library (SPL)
  • For the month of September, SPL welcomes kids ages 9 and up to come and play games, get crafty, build a lego creation, or just hang out with friends and read!  Drop in on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10 am to noon.  This program is free, but parent registration is required and space is limited.  For more information, please call the library at 604-885-3260 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

General Information

Website for parents and kids to do some education around media safety... online fun games.  Recommended by Centre for Child Protection

Learn Now BC https://www.learnnowbc.ca/

Discovery Education
http://www.discoveryeducation.ca/Canada/ - click on the Free Resources: Students tab in the upper middle part of the screen

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Topic Specific Websites

Mathematics


Literacy

 

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Science

 

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Arts


Multi-Disciplinary

These sites all have interactive videos, collections, and information sorted by age and subject level.

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