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GSCS OneStop Resources

  • GSCS OneStop
  • ET Homepage
    Find great ET resources including Smartboard, Apps, video tutorials, and many more.
  • Quality Core Instruction Blog
    The purpose of the blog is to provide quick access to articles, videos and websites that support professional learning in the four areas of Quality Core Instruction.
  • Religion/Faith Permeation Resources
    Check out the Religion Website for many great faith permeation documents and resources
  • Content Enhancement
    Content Enhancement Frames including planning and explaining devices, teaching concepts and increasing performance techniques.

Teacher Librarians and Technology

GSCS Teacher Librarians are called upon to play a lead role in supporting technology within the school.  Teacher Librarians are available to assist with using various devices and accessing a variety of resources, including online resources and web 2.0 tools to support professional, teaching and student learning situations.  


Welcome to GSCS LibGuides

Welcome to GSCS LibGuides!

LibGuides are  electronic guides custom created by Teacher Librarians to support student learning. LibGuides are accessible anytime, anywhere through the WWW.   They are specially developed by  teacher librarians in order to share information and to provide resources and strategies tailored to specific grade levels, topics and/or resource areas.   Teacher Librarians may have embedded files, documents, links, images, videos, RSS feeds, and custom widgets, as well as included links to databases and technology tools in order to provide a wealth of resources at your fingertips.



     Jesus, you are the vine and we are the branches.  Help us to nourish our students in a community attentive to your Word, steeped in dialogue with you, and actively guided by your love. Amen.


    Adapted from Pearson Grade 2 Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ Teacher Resource. p. 24 


    Stations of the Cross


    Inquiry is at the center of Saskatchewan's renewed curriculum. Inquiry learning provides students with opportunities to build knowledge, abilities, and inquiring habits of mind that lead to deeper understanding of their world and human experience. 


    “Inquiry-based learning describes a range of philosophical, curricular, and pedagogical approaches to teaching.  Its core premises include the requirement that learning should be based around students’ questions."

    (Daniels, H. & Harvey, S., 2009, p.56)


      Book Reviews

      Book Review Journals and Sites

      • Booklist  Booklist offers reliable reviews, an extensive website and database, and other resources that support librarians in collection development and readers' advisory.
      • Goodreads Goodreads provides recommendations and chances for your to share yur favoirte reads
      • Horn Book  Horn Book features commentary, articles, book reviews of selected new titles, and other information related to children's and young adult literature.
      • Publishers Weekly Publishers Weekly is a magazine and website of book publishing and bookselling including business news, reviews, bestseller lists.
      • School Library Journal The School Library Journal features articles and reviews for school librarians 


        Saskatoon Public Library


        21st Century Learning

        Framework for 21st Century Learning

        from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills www.p21.org


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