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Gr. 9-12: How do I start my research?
More Resources for Families and Teachers
VLC - Anxiety Resources - 7-12
This guide has information to support students who are experiencing stress and anxiety. Parent and caregiver resources also available in this guide.
Study Guides and Strategies.
ABC 123 - Ministry of Education
Available in 15 different languages. Simple steps to your child's success. Did you know that there are many simple things you can do at home to support your child's education? Here are some effective (and easy!) tips for you.
CBC - Radio Canada International
Provides the news in 7 languages.
A community built guide to cross-cultural etiquette and understanding.
Providing information and answers to settle in Ontario, Canada. For the English as a Second Language (ESL) learner, they have created some clear language tools for vocabulary, glossary and language exercises. This section will also be useful for ESL teachers, mentors and volunteers
Positive Parenting Program - for EVERY parent
Every parent knows that kids don't come with an instruction manual so chances are, if you're a parent or care-giver you've come to Triple P for help with a specific problem like tantrums or sleeping, bullying or teenage withdrawal.
Kingston Literacy and Skills
Kingston, Ontario based literacy programs.
Gr. 9-12: Ask Us/Demande Moi
Gr. 9-12: How do I cite my sources?