- CTF Perspective - November 2013
- Teachers Involved in Leading
change in education
- Launch of teacher worksheets
supporting the series Identité 2.0
- Canadian Teachers launch
national pro-democracy campaign
- Copyright Matters! Some Key
Questions & Answers for Teachers 3rd edition now available
- Positive Reviews of Literacy Project
involving Canadian students and award-winning authors lead to second edition
- Conservatives' C-377
mean-spirited, biased and wasteful of taxpayers' dollars
- "Canadian Defenders for Human Rights"
education initiative aims to spark social action
- Key national organizations set
to launch major human rights initiative in Canadian schools
- Elections Canada
free civics and social studies resources
- Teacher resource to support
transgender & transsexual students.
The NSTU has instituted, with the partnership of the office of the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, a Lieutenant Governor Award for Teaching Excellence. The purpose of the Award is to honour the teaching profession through the recognition of an individual who exemplifies excellence in Nova Scotia teaching.
"Science on the Road" Contest
The Nova Scotia Teachers Union and Johnson Inc. have again teamed up with the Discovery Centre to offer a unique opportunity to public school teachers in Nova Scotia— the “Science on the Road” contest.
This contest is open to all public school NSTU members. Teachers who register for this contest will have a chance to win one of 55 class visits from the Discovery Centre’s award-winning External Education Program.
Contest registration closes December 31, 2013. The randomly selected winners will have until April 2014 to get the activity booked for their classroom. Click here to enter the contest.