Explore TVO's Digital Learning Resources
TVO has a reputation based on trust and quality as the technological extension of Ontario's Public Education System. Today, TVO creates leading digital resources to support learning inside and outside the classroom.
Explore TVO's digital learning resources in more-depth to gain an understanding of how these digital tools can be used to support Ontario's students in school, at home or through online learning!
A digital resource to explore learning that aligns with the Ontario curriculum from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Explore straightforward, engaging and free resources you can trust to support your student or child’s learning.
Free 1:1 online Grade 4-12 math tutoring with Ontario Certified Teachers. Boost math understanding and confidence with a personalized math tutor available when students are set to learn.
TVO Learn Mathify tutor hours Monday to Friday 9 am to 9 pm ET and Saturday and Sunday 3 pm to 9 pm ET.
65+ free online games that support the mastery of K-6 math concepts while fostering an understanding of STEM and social sciences.
Build foundational math skills and inspire a love of math!
Visit tvo.today, a resource that is home to numerous award-winning documentaries, programs, and in-depth current affairs many of which can be shared in schools. Resources include articles and videos that tell important stories about our communities, our country and the interconnected world we live in.
TVO ILC is the Ontario Ministry of Education's designated online high school. We help students to achieve their educational, career and life goals by providing the opportunity to earn high school credits or a full Ontario Secondary School Diploma online.
Professional Learning Resources
Coding In The Classroom
Our goal is to support educators as they adapt their practice to incorporate coding into their classroom. Although our focus will be on Grade 1-8 mathematics, we also hope to provide ideas and examples to be used across all grades and subject areas.
TVO partners with amazing educators to bring free high-quality webinars sharing new and exciting tools, resources and ideas. Currently featuring webinars by Marian Small, Lisa Ann Floyd and Dr. Chris Suurtamm.
Wiikwemkoong unceded territory
Explore five different ways that education is offered to students with the vision "to promote lifelong learning and academic success, guided by Anishinaabe world views." Through this, Anishnawbe culture and language is provided in everyday activities and classroom instruction.