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From Site: Access to over 4,500 full length and 20,000 clip level educational video programs.-The platform seems a bit older, but it has a lot of resources for Careers, English, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Math, and Science.
CBC has made CBC Curio free for people to use. This is a great resource with a lot of streaming resources for classes. It includes archival content, documentaries, and audio content. There is also access to Shakespearean plays from Stratford Festival.
Criterion on Demand is a streaming service that provides access to movies the users (students and teachers) can view from home until June 30th. The User name is: 91018 Password: Nvan 44. There are a lot of the novels/plays we teach available here.
This online learning platform includes American resources for almost every subject area. It also includes access (via clicking on a subject tile) to PBS, National Geographic, PBS Learning, and Newsela.
Examples of at home projects
'Golconda' After Magritte. Using window frame as art/canvas by Greta -Argyle Senior Art Student.
Thank you J.Warland and UBC Student teacher C Yee.
Found Art Colour Wheel by Clara. Argyle Junior Art Student. Thank you J. Warland and UBC Student Teacher C. Yee
Art Lessons and Videos
Check out these Mini Art Lessons by Ms. Parker, an Art Teacher at Carson Graham Secondary
The Library of Congress Music Division has presented one of the world's most distinguished concert series for nearly ninety years. The concert webcasts featured on this site provide an introduction to the extraordinary history of more than 3,000 events presented since the founding of the series by philanthropist Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge in 1925.
This award-winning series of six short videos invites viewers around the world to virtually visit The Met's art and architecture in a fresh, immersive way. Created using spherical 360° technology, it allows viewers to explore some of the Museum's iconic spaces as never before.