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 […]
Mark National Truth and Reconciliation Week 2022 September 26th – 30th is National Truth and Reconciliation Week. For this event, the NFB partners with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation to help teachers educate students about Indigenous realities during National Truth and Reconciliation Week with a series of mini-lessons, workshops, and a Statement of […]
Media Literacy Week with Media Smarts October 24th – 28th is Media Literacy Week (MLW), an annual event promoting digital media literacy across Canada, taking place each October. Schools, libraries, museums and community groups organize events and activities throughout the week. Learn more.
Celebrate LGBTQIA2+ Pride month this June with Canadian films that champion diversity and foster inclusive classrooms.
National Indigenous History Month On-Core has updated the collections for National Indigenous History Month (June) and National Indigenous Peoples Day (June 21). 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! Once you’ve logged in, check out the National Indigenous History Month resources. In […]
My Voice is Louder Than Hate My Voice is Louder Than Hate is a multimedia lesson resource designed to empower students in Grades 9 to 12 to push back against hate and prejudice in their online communities. Over the course of this program, students will: learn how to push back when they encounter hate or […]
Science Education in an Age of Misinformation Misinformation is a grave threat to science. In this report, generated by an international group of leading scientists and education researchers, we outline the nature of that threat along with why it is important and how it can be addressed. Read the Report.
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education 2022 Symposium The Symposium celebrates the final thesis projects of BECE students by sharing their research with the early childhood education community. Explore seven broad themes to learn more about a range of topics of interest to early childhood educators.
Podcast Project Seeks to Keep Endangered Indigenous Languages Alive Podcasts about ‘living in the language, laughing in the language and even loving in the language’: supervisor A new series of podcasts from a project by the First Nations University of Canada and community members aims to revitalize languages that are at risk of extinction. Learn […]
Educational Resources for Earth Day April 22 is Earth Day, a yearly event meant to raising awareness about the environment and how to protect it. But the truth is, every day must be Earth Day if we plan on a brighter future. Curated by the National Film Board of Canada, here are a selection of films […]