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  (https://lms.brocku.ca/x/WlhsLY), 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 […]

Copyright Matters

Copyright Matters, New Edition The publication of this 5th Edition of Copyright Matters! takes into account key changes that have occurred in the area of copyright since the 4th Edition was published in 2016. Questions 24 to 36 are new to Copyright Matters! These new questions are Frequently Asked Questions asked by educators about online learning since the beginning of the […]

Media Literacy Week 2022

Media Literacy Week 2022 Media Literacy Week (MLW) is 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. Media Literacy Week 2022 takes place October 24 to 28.  For Teachers: Engage Your Classroom Incorporate digital media literacy into your classroom activities […]

Truth and Reconciliation 2022

Truth & Reconciliation   Phyllis Webstad explains the story of her experience at Residential School and the origination of Orange Shirt Day in Canada. She discusses the present situation and her hopes for the future. Phyllis Webstad – On Orange Shirt Day. Learn More: Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action University of […]

Improving Mental Health With Music

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Improving Mental Health With Music According to the study authors, the mental health boost from music is “within the range, albeit on the low end” of the same sort of impact seen in people who commit to physical exercise or weight loss programs. Learn more.

The People’s Choice

At the stroke of noon on February 15, 1965, Canada’s red and white maple leaf flag was raised for the very first time on Parliament Hill. On the same day in 1996, National Flag of Canada Day was declared. Our national flag is a symbol that unites Canadians and reflects the common values we take […]