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Aside from being a great place to learn about and celebrate human rights, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has excellent educational resources available on their website.
Starting this fall, the CAWST Wavemakers program will be offering an online course, free for students across Canada! The Virtual Wavemakers Summit is an exciting opportunity for educators and youth to explore local and global water and sanitation issues. The Summit provides educators with an easy-to-follow, action-based curriculum that is … Continue Reading IDEA: Online Curriculum Fosters Global Citizenship & Action for WASH
Shine Global makes films to give children a voice. This non-profit company showcases the stories of some of the world’s most at-risk children in a way that inspires hope and action amid despair. Shine Global’s mission is to “to end the exploitation and abuse of children worldwide through films that … Continue Reading Teach with <b>FREE</b> Movies and Curricula from Shine Global Films
Current events provide a great opportunity for teaching and learning about the grade 12 Global Issues Areas of Inquiry. These events provide teachers the ability to discuss and reflect on issues as they unfold, and students the ability to connect classroom learning with real-life events, while acquiring a greater understanding … Continue Reading How to Teach Students About Natural Disasters: MCIC Made a Guide!
What are the different forms of oppression? What does it feel like to be oppressed? Are we always aware of oppression when it is happening? The article “Teaching About Oppression Through Jenga” by Sara Lichtenwalter and Parris Baker describes a game-based learning example of teaching oppression. This can be played … Continue Reading TOOL: Teach Oppression Through Jenga