Digital Resource Library

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Collaborative Practice

Collaborative practice occurs when people of different backgrounds come together to work towards a common goal.  In education, collaborative practice allows for interprofessional team teaching and planning.    


Colonialism and Racism

Colonialism is a set of policies that resulted in justifying Western practices of education and suppressing all other forms of knowledge.

Racism is discrimination against someone based on a particular racial group which can negatively affect a participant’s education and learning processes.

Communication Teaching and Learning Materials

Communication teaching and learning materials are designed to help develop participants’ ability to receive, understand, consider, and share information and ideas through speaking, listening, and interacting with others.

The following links include practical, printable, ready-made resources to use in the delivery of Skills for Success training.


Complexity is a task’s level of difficulty. Skills for Success are necessary for every job, but the skills are used at different levels of complexity depending on the demands of the job.

Conceptual Models of Creativity

Conceptual models of creativity are guidelines or sets of strategies that practitioners use to direct their instruction of creativity. A model provides a framework to help participants learn creativity skills.


Confidentiality is keeping participants’ personal information private, and not sharing it with others in the educational institution.

Privacy refers to a participant’s right to be free from intrusion or interference by others in the educational institution.

Constructivist Learning Theory

Constructivist Learning Theory is based on the idea that participants build on their existing foundation to learn new information. The participants create their own meaning and knowledge based on their experiences.

Creativity Instructional Techniques

Creativity Instructional Techniques involves out-of-the-box problem-solving techniques for participants to develop in the classroom so they can become independent thinkers in the workforce.

Creativity Teaching and Learning Materials

Creativity teaching and learning materials are designed to increase participants’ ability to imagine, develop, express, encourage, and apply ideas in ways that are new, unexpected, or challenge existing methods and norms.

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