The Chronicle Herald is a continuing source of information for all of us, but used in the classroom as an instructional tool, it becomes a resource to help motivate students. Because of the relevance the newspaper lends to the daily curriculum, students develop a desire to continue to learn when they apply the skills from their textbooks to a resource vital for their daily needs -- the newspaper.
HiE stands for Herald in Education. At The Chronicle Herald, we believe that our newspaper can and should be a part of your day-to-day educational activities.
Many educators agree as well. Last year we placed over 400,000 print and Electronic Editions of The Chronicle Herald in the hands of students in our province.
HiE provides many services to teachers in Nova Scotia. Some of them are:
Here are some of the teaching manuals available through our Herald in Education program with a brief description of each. One manual is free if a minimum of 100 newspapers are ordered during the year. All of these guides use The Chronicle Herald as the main source of study. The teacher may select and duplicate suitable worksheets. For more information or to order, contact John Millett, Herald in Education, 1-800-565-3339 ext. 3037 toll free in N.S. (426-2811, extension 3037 in metro) or email email@example.com.