When the frogs suddenly vanish from a village on the Northwest Coast, a nearby volcano awakens and a brave young girl is called on a dangerous adventure. In the underwater world of the Frog people, the girl is questioned by a very old woman about the disappearance of her children. What will happen if her […]
The Canadian Teachers’ Federation and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights have worked in partnership to bring together a rich digital selection of human rights education resources for Kindergarten to Grade 12 in English and French. The resources in this toolkit were carefully reviewed by teachers and will link you to a variety of literature, […]
The full potential of Google Glass is still being tapped, but a new application for the wearable technology is helping deaf students explore the universe.
A group at Brigham Young University has been hard at work on “Signglasses,” a special app that projects American Sign Language narration onto a Google Glass lens during presentations. In a […]