Q&A with Founder, Charmaine, and English Tutor, Bridgette: How Do You Keep Your Passion Alive?


Summer break has come and gone, and the beginning of a new school year is upon us. Some teachers have spent some of their summer break preparing for the new year of learning. You might be wondering: why would they do that? Well, it’s because teaching is their passion. Teachers chose their career for many … Continue reading Q&A with Founder, Charmaine, and English Tutor, Bridgette: How Do You Keep Your Passion Alive?

7 Tips for New Teachers


Being a new teacher can be both overwhelming and exciting. You’re navigating a new environment of teaching and managing a classroom whilst finding ways to connect with your peers. One thing to keep in mind as you embark on this new journey is that your day-to-day in the classroom will differ, because each day will … Continue reading 7 Tips for New Teachers

Books to Read for National Indigenous History Month and the Rest of the Year


As many Canadians know, June is National Indigenous History Month – a month when we recognize and commemorate the heritage, diverse cultures, and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples in Canada. In light of recent events, Charmaine and I want to raise awareness about Indigenous culture through age-appropriate books about First Nations … Continue reading Books to Read for National Indigenous History Month and the Rest of the Year