Teaching Resources

Google Classroom

All PHSD teachers and students have a Pembina Hills Google Account that an be used within Google Classroom.  Tutorial video

If you want to record what is happening in Google Meet, another window, or on your SmartBoard, click the Presentation icon beside the three dots and choose the window you would like to show. Tutorial video:  Record a meeting.

Google Meet Grid View: A Chrome extension that arranges participants in a Google Meet in a grid view.

Chrome Remote Desktop: This allows the student to share your desktop from a distance without the need for downloading software such as SMART Notebook.  Each sharing time requires a unique passcode that is only valid for 5 minutes (but the sharing session goes as long as you need until you end it). You may wish to set up a Google Meet with a student and then send them the code up to 5 minutes before your time.

Adding all the students in your Google Classroom to a Meet

Google Classroom Help

Jamboard: A Google whiteboard application that you can either share View or Edit if you want a fully interactive experience.

ERLC has collated tools and tutorials here: https://sites.google.com/erlc.ca/learningonline


FreshGrade

Getting started with FreshGrade, creating a virtual lesson and having students view and contribute to lessons remotely can be found in the link below.


SMART Learning Suite

Create notebook files for each groups weekly activities, upload it to your learning suite and share the link with the kids. They then can do the activities on their chrome books.


myBlueprint

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myBlueprint Remote Learning Resources

FREE family-friendly videos that will inspire hope, showcase career pathways, teach soft skills, and more, via our friends at Edge Factor. **Pick the student sitting on the bench.


Criterion-on-demand has provided Pembina Hills with an amended agreement providing for at-home use of selected set of the most widely used titles, for educational purposes, that will be made available to Teachers for student assignment purposes.  Links to Criterion on Demand are at the bottom of this page.


Alberta Council for Environmental Education

The Resource Hub is your one-stop tool for finding new resources, programs, professional development, and grants to support environmental and energy education in your classroom.


The Get it Guide – Math Tutorials

A free Canadian math resource designed to foster communication and math learning at home during COVID-19 related school closures.


The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing

The University of Waterloo CEMC courseware materials feature lessons, interactive activities, enrichment challenges, and unlimited opportunity for practice with feedback. The courseware is online, free to use, and does not require registration. Click here for courseware.


Foundational knowledge about First Nations, Metis and Inuit

Indigenous Knowledge & Wisdom Centre: A virtual library with resources to support teaching for understanding.

Treaty 6 teaching resources for K-6: A padlet created by an indigenous education consultant.


*New Addition* LabXChange

This platform primarily focuses on Life Sciences, grades 9 and up, and will be adding middle school soon. Useful tool for gathering resources and creating “pathways” for student learning.

Remote Learning With LabXChange


Locally created resources

PHSD teachers have co-created a variety of materials.  Many of these are stored here and are available for use by others.


Subscribed sites and services

Here is a list of teaching resource sites for which PHSD maintains a subscription. You may need a password. A password summary is in Google Docs and can be accessed when teachers login with their Pembina Hills Google account credentials. Subscription passwords are managed by Education Services. If you have questions please email Debbie Westman.

Password required

No password needed