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Managing Your Money

Managing Your Money: Tools and tips to help you meet your goals is a series of seven worksheets to help Indigenous individuals and families to set and work towards money goals. Each financial topic and activity is paired with a teaching from the animal world that draws on skills, strengths and experiences in managing resources…. Read more

Refugee Men’s Health and Well-being

Refugee Men’s Health and Well-being: Strategies for Language Instructors has been researched and designed to help EAL instructors and male students engage in topics around men’s physical, sexual and emotional health and well-being in a safe, supported way. It is intended to be used by male instructors teaching an all-male class. Organized into four sections,… Read more

Teachers Learning Code

December 3rd to 10th is Canada Learning Code Week. It’s a week dedicated to learning how to code. Why learn this digital skill? Canada Learning Code believes that all teachers can teach coding. And, to help you get started, they’ve produced Teachers Learning Code Digital Toolbox: Quick Start Guide, a guidebook for K-12 teachers with… Read more

#GivingTuesday

Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday! This year, Decoda is participating in #GivingTuesday by using donations to provide The Westcoast Reader to literacy programs that do not already receive it. Click here for details.

Take Control of Your Finances

The theme for this last week of Financial Literacy Month is Take control of your finances. The key messages are: It’s never too early or too late to increase your financial understanding, no matter your age or financial situation. Taking control of your finances means taking the time to stop, think, and review your financial… Read more

Benefits of Unstructured Play

Unstructured play, sometimes called free play, allows children the freedom to explore, create and discover without predetermined rules or guidelines. Children choose what to do and how to do it. And, learning happens! The Canadian Public Health Association has created some resources around unstructured play. Here are two of the infographics on the benefits and… Read more

Eliminating Violence Against Women

November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The 2018 theme is Orange the World: #HearMeToo and like previous years, the date marks the launch of 16 days of activism that will conclude on 10 December 2018, International Human Rights Day. Did you know that 1 in 3 women and… Read more

Canada History Week

This week is Canada History Week! This year’s theme is Science, Creativity and Innovation: Our Canadian Story, highlighting historic achievements by Canadians in the fields of medicine, science, technology, engineering and math. Historica Canada has created a digital magazine for Canada History Week. This interactive publication provides snapshots of Canadian accomplishments with links to more… Read more

World Children’s Day

Today is World Children’s Day! It’s a day to advocate, promote and celebrate children’s rights. Celebrate by wearing blue today. And watch for global landmarks going blue.   Click here to sign the petition asking world leaders to commit to doing more to fulfill child rights.

Financial Literacy for Children

It’s the fourth week of Financial Literacy Month and the theme is Start good habits early. Financial literacy is an essential life skill and children can start learning about money when they’re young. Lessons in managing money can be embedded in family activities. Shopping, planning a trip or going to the bank are opportunities to… Read more