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Education - Adoptive and Foster Care Families

A guide to resources held by UVic Libraries on teaching about adoptive and foster care families

Other UVic Library Education subject guides

Library overview:



  • Education – Teaching Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies
  • Education – Teaching Arts Education
  • Education – Teaching Career Education
  • Education – Teaching English Language Arts 
  • Education – Teaching French (Core French, Français langue première, et Français langue seconde - immersion)
  • Education – Teaching Mathematics
  • Education – Teaching Physical and Health Education
  • Education – Teaching Science
  • Education – Teaching Social Studies, History, and Geography
  • Education – Teaching International Languages
  • Education – Teaching Drama
  • Education – Teaching Music (see Music Librarian Bill Blair's Music Education library guide)
  • Education – Assessment and Evaluation
  • Education – Children's Literature in the Classroom
  • Education – Classroom and School Environment
  • Education – Early Childhood Learning and Preschool
  • Education – Ecological Learning
  • Education – English Language Learning 
  • Education – Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Social Justice, and Multiculturalism
  • Education – Homeschooling
  • Education – Independent Schools
  • Education – Indigenous Education
  • Education – Lesson Planning and Curriculum Development
  • Education – Literacy Foundations
  • Education – Numeracy Foundations
  • Education – Special Education
  • Education – Teacher Development and Reflective Practice




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