Student Tools and Resources

Please note, some of these resources are password protected. You may need to speak with your teacher to get password information.

Online Student Tools

Platform enabling online learning and collaboration through Google Apps for Education. Students can access Google Meet through Classroom.

 

A video conferencing tool for students to engage in online learning.

Digital tools that help students create and collaborate. Tools include Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Jam Board and Drive.

Virtual Learning Environment that provides online courses and course content.

Video conferencing tool for students to engage in online learning.

Online tool for secondary students, providing student course assessment data.​

Tool helps Grade 7-12 students explore course selection, career options, and postsecondary planning.

Research Databases

Bilingual, online encyclopedia featuring authored, accurate and updated articles focused on Canada’s history and culture.

Online English encyclopedia includes reference articles, journals, magazines, websites, multimedia, audio, videos and images.

Games and articles for young learners (Kindergarten to Grade 2)

Access subject-specific databases with helpful features to enhance learning.

Access subject-specific databases with helpful features to enhance learning.

Trusted multimedia digital resources for research in all areas of the curriculum for academic, appropriate research. Integrate to your Google Drive.

Books, Media, Music and Videos

CBC and Radio-Canada streaming service for classroom use in English and French. 

Resources on media and digital literacy, including online safety, ethics and privacy. Internet, video games and more. 

Over 3,000 films, documentaries, animations experiential films, interactive works and more in French and English.

Access e-Books and audiobooks that can be read on mobile and desktop devices at school and via the Sora App on personal devices.

Reading and Language Arts resources

Math Resources

Connects students in Grades 6-11 with certified math teachers to help with math homework.

Over 65 free online games to support learning of Ontario math expectations.

Resources for families to support math learning.

University of Cambridge resources focused on problem solving and creating opportunities for students to learn mathematics.

University of Waterloo centre dedicated to inspiring students to reach further with mathematics and computer science.

Find a full list of math resources by grade level including activities, books, games and more.

Illustrated math dictionary with easy-to-understand definitions.

French as a Second Language

Audio-dictionary intended to help students entering French Immersion practice vocabulary they will learn in their first year.

Over 100,000 articles, media, photos, videos, maps and diagrams covering a wide variety of  social science topics.

Online encyclopedia with articles/multimedia in English and French.

An interactive website that tells the stories of children from all across the French speaking world through 5-minute French videos that give you a glimpse into their daily lives.

Resources on media and digital literacy in French, including Internet, television, film, video games, newspapers, music and more.

Over 3,000 films, documentaries, animations and more.

Access e-Books in French that can be read on mobile and desktop devices at school and via the Sora App on personal devices.

Educational resources from CBC and Radio-Canada news and current event programming in English and French.

Range of educational articles, newscasts, games and videos. Articles are on current events topics. Recommended for grades K-12.

Range of texts focusing on sharing diverse experiences (historical and present day) of Canadians. Available in English and French. Historica is committed to “helping to build a better Canada that amplifies missing voices.”

Human rights are explored, with special but not exclusive reference to Canada, to enhance an understanding of human rights, promote respect for others, and encourage reflection and dialogue.

This site offers ideas on staying active, and resources to improve fitness and overall health. Recommended for K to 8.

Adolescent Literacy (Grades 7-12)

Explores experiences, perspectives and histories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Available in English and French.

Resources to correct how people speak about colonialism and indigeneity, and encourage territory awareness. Available in English and French.

Black History in Canada is explored through videos, primary sources and interactive activities.

Images and articles about science, environment, travel, people and cultures from across Canada. Some items may be subscription based.

Explores human rights with special reference to Canada, to enhance an understanding of human rights, promote respect for others.

Provides the perspectives of Indigenous peoples on topics commonly taught in classrooms.

Maps and data for a wide variety of Geography and History topics. Available in English and French.

Range of texts focusing on sharing diverse experiences (historical and present day) of Canadians. Available in English and French.

Curated resources for grades 7-8 Health and Physical Education, History and Geography, Language, Science and Technology.

Online literacy learning with interactive tools that help you accomplish a variety of goals