As teachers, we speak about many different rights in our classroom. We talk about the rights students have as learners in the space of the class, we talk about the Rights of the Child, the Rights [...]
Teaching to Prevent Gender-Based Violence: The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
Find suggestions on how you can ease into conversations about Gender-Based Violence with your learners using three familiar topics as entry points.
As educators, we have the great fortune and privilege of working closely with young people during the most formative years of their lives.
The school year hasn’t quite begun, but many teachers are already getting ready for the first day of school and are planning out what they will be teaching this year. To help you get ready for [...]
In many Indigenous cultures, women have a powerful role as teachers, protectors of the land and water, and bringers of life. Certain teachings belong to women only. Some cultures, such as the [...]
Canada is poised to celebrate its 150th birthday as a nation. This means communities across Canada, big and small, are preparing to commemorate and recognize both Canadian identity and the [...]
During the Tragically Hip’s last public concert, lead singer Gord Downie called out Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for the way Canada has treated its Indigenous people. Thanks to [...]