MB Teacher Magazine

Rainbow Resource Centre Here to Help

If you’re looking to develop a deeper understanding about inclusion in your own school or need strategies for creating a safe space for students and staff, Dene Guillas at the Rainbow Resource Centre is happy t... Read More...

Inclusion Work is Never Done

As ‘out’ teachers and spouses, Chantelle Cotton (she/her) and Kim Brown (she/her) know firsthand the importance of making a school a safe and open space for everyone. While schools have made a lot of strides i... Read More...

Gender Diversity in Canada

How do we define gender today? Well, there exists a wide variety of genders beyond the boy/man – girl/woman binary. And even though here in Canada great strides have been made to uphold the rights of those who experience, for example, feelings of attraction in... Read More...

Growing the Inclusive Classroom

Michelle Jean-Paul on discomfort, humility, and the commitment that drives systemic change. From the time she was a child, there was never much doubt that Michelle Jean-Paul would become a teacher. Singularly ... Read More...

New Minister of Education Wayne Ewasko

With the growing challenges in the K-12 public education system and the many opportunities for positive change, the appointment of Wayne Ewasko, MLA for Lac du Bonnet, a former teacher, as Minister of Education... Read More...

Sisler Cyber School

Charles Bazilewich and Robert Esposito run the Sisler Cyber School, the first of its kind in Canada, which specializes in technology education. It’s a rare occurrence to have employers reach out to high schools looking to recruit students straight from the cl... Read More...

Black History in Manitoba

In December 1995, the House of Commons officially recognized February as Black History Month in Canada. The intent is to recognize and celebrate the achievements and contributions of Black Canadians and their c... Read More...

Learning from Indigenous Perspectives

Teachers across Manitoba are making conscientious efforts to integrate Indigenous perspectives and wisdom into their practice, opening the door to reconciliation with Canadian children and youth. As a music ed... Read More...

The Principal of the Thing

There isn’t a public school teacher in Manitoba that COVID hasn’t hit like a freight train, and principals and vice-principals are no exception. For two Manitoba school leaders, the experience—often taxing—has also yielded critical lessons in team care, self ... Read More...

Disability is Not a Bad Word

“Special needs”, “special education”, “exceptionality”, or just “special” are words we in education use and hear a lot, and for good reason. They’re entrenched in Manitoba curricular documents, philosophy of in... Read More...