Teacher Information

Numeracy Resources

Numeracy Resources

Online Resources

Video Resources

Assessment Resources

Assessment Resources

Assessment and Instruction

These documents are intended to support teacher planning for assessment, instruction, feedback, and communication of student learning.

Assessment Policy

Student assessment and evaluation are core components of Nova Scotia’s public education system.

Professional Learning

Professional Learning

Online Resources

  • Inclusive Education provides information on provincial and regional/CSAP supports for the professional learning (January 2021 sessions).




Resource accessible through GNSPES to support technology integration

Classroom Resources

Classroom Resources

All Classroom Resources used in the classroom must be chosen intentionally.  It is the teacher’s responsibility to ensure resources are free from bias.

Additional resources

Physically Activity Framework Resource 

Teaching Difficult History: A Guide for Teachers

Authorized List of Resources

  • Curriculum Resources: This site provides information on new resources that have been distributed to classrooms and new additions to the Authorized List of Resources that teachers may choose to order for their classes. It will be updated quarterly.

Small-group Instruction

P-8 Online Resources

Classroom-ready lesson plans about privacy

Career Education

Arts Education Challenge for Credit

Rick Hansen Foundation School Program

  • Rick Hansen Foundation School Program website supports learning about accessibility, inclusion, and active citizenship with a range of educational resources to support learning from grades primary to 12.

Updated Curriculum

The following courses have new or updated curriculum documents for the 2023-2024 year:

  • Service Trades 10 engages and exposes learners to the service trades where learners explore the impact that skilled trades have on society and investigate career paths for skilled tradespeople.
  • Culinary Trades 11 follows from Service Trades 10. Here learners work in a kitchen setting to explore and develop skills needed to launch a career in the food service industry.

English Curriculum Pilot

  • Language and Literature 10 (Pre-IB) 
  • Contemporary Canadian Studies 11
  • Global Sustainable Solutions 12 
  • Netukulimk and the Environment 12 

French Second Language Curriculum Pilot

  • Contemporary Canadian Studies 11
  • Life 11  
  • Netukulimk and the Environment 12
  • Sociology 12
  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Mi’kmaw Studies 11