Black History Month | TVO

Black History Month | TVO February is Black History Month. All across TVO, we’re featuring documentaries, kids programming and journalism to highlight the history, stories and creativity of Black Canadians. Other resources include: Sunny’s Quest features first-person stories told by Black children from across Canada. Countries important to us (Grade 2 Learning Activity) offers an opportunity […]

The Justice System | Citizenship Challenge | Historica Canada

Citizenship Challenge from Historica Canada A healthy democratic society functions best when its population is educated and engaged as active and informed citizens. Learn about the history and principles of the justice system in Canada with a new resource from the Citizenship Challenge, linked below. Check out the new Introduction to the Justice System in […]

Explore Black Achievement: Canada History Week

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Explore Black Achievement: Canada History Week This year, Canada History Week highlights the History of Black Achievement in Canada. The topics covered in this magazine and the accompanying videos only begin to scratch the surface of Black Canadian History, but we hope they can be used as a starting point to learn more about the […]

AI Education for K-12 Guidelines

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) for K-12 initiative (AI4K12) The initiative is developing (1) national guidelines for AI education for K-12, (2) an online, curated resource Directory to facilitate AI instruction, and (3) a community of practitioners, researchers, resource and tool developers focused on the AI for K-12 audience. Check out the AI4K12 website to learn […]

Media Literacy Week: Media Smarts

Media Smarts Media Literacy Week Teacher’s Hub The Media Literacy Week Teacher’s Hub is a space designed to provide plug and play lessons and resources on digital and media literacy topics that relate to this year’s event, brought to you by MediaSmarts and supported by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation. The teachers’ hub features five days of […]

Librarians create educational tool for accessing residential school survivor stories

Librarians create educational tool for accessing residential school survivor stories A group of librarians from the Universtiy of Toronto have created an educational resource, or “storybase,” that brings together the stories of residential school survivors. They hope the tool will help Canadians access learning ahead of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  Read more in […]

ON-CORE Instructional Video Resources

Welcome Back to School ONCORE

ON-CORE Instructional Video Resources New back-to-school video playlists available to Brock University faculty, staff, teacher candidates and faculty of education students. Accessing Resources: Visit the Ed_Tech_Resources Sakai Site  (, and navigate to the Web Resources page where you can find login info for this instructional resource (On-Core) and more! ON-CORE Features: Over 20,000 full length videos, documentaries and […]

Black History Month NFB Resources

Black History Month National Film Board Resources Exploring Black Communities in Canada Through Film This group of select NFB films examines various aspects of the history and experiences of Black, African and Caribbean Canadians. Students will explore anti-Black racism, Black Canadian activism, intersectionality, community, resistance and activism, and filmmaking as documenting Black Canadian history. Read […]

Black History Month TVO Learn Resources

Black History Month TVO Learn Resources This month, TVO Learn is sharing free digital learning resources to help students learn about prominent Black figures and aspects of Black culture. They’ve also included Learning Activities that support understanding diversity and building community. Secondary school students will enjoy the selection of TVO Today Docs videos and a TVO Arts feature too. […]

Black History Month ONCORE Resources

Black History Month ONCORE Resources Every February, people in Canada are invited to participate in Black History Month festivities and events that honour the legacy of Black Canadians and their communities. Here is a wonderful selection of ON-CORE videos that will help students learn about Black people and the contributions they have made and continue […]