Schedule

Friday, October 19, 2018

    • The Power of Observation: A classroom unit on documenting environmental change using the Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network
    • 20th Century World History 12 - New Curriculum LIMITED SPOTS
    • Applying Critical Thinking to Doing Good FULL
    • Bringing Students to the Front Lines: Ethical Local and Global Opportunities for Students and Teachers FULL
    • Building Legally Capable Students
    • Co-creating Second World War Classroom Activities
    • Data Literacy in Social Studies Education: Engaging Secondary School Students in Learning with and Representing Data
    • Empowering Sustainability Leadership in your Classroom
    • Exploring Race and Gender In Your Classroom: Facilitating Dialogue (not debate) & Moving People Forward LIMITED SPOTS
    • Exploring the Ethics of Medieval Chivalry through Swordplay: Historical lessons in Personal/Social Awareness FULL
    • Good jobs, bad jobs…no jobs? Developing students’ interdisciplinary thinking skills on and for the future of work.
    • Hate is on the Rise: Social media, Fake News, and Combating Intolerance FULL
    • Making History Meaningful: the Power of Narrative and Historical Thinking FULL
    • Museum in the Classroom: Primary Sources from the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre Collections
    • Oceanography, Climatology, and Meteorology for Social Studies classes LIMITED SPOTS
    • People make choices. Choices make History: Engaging Students in Choosing to Participate FULL
    • Political Studies 11 in the new social studies curriculum: Approaches, Tools and Ideas.
    • Teaching Social Studies Warts and All Beyond Blame and Shame to Constructive Action
    • The Case for Proportional Representation
    • The High Noon of History? The Challenges of Leadership in a Changing World

    • The Power of Observation: A classroom unit on documenting environmental change using the Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network
    • Asian Studies Classroom-Ready Resources
    • Co-creating Second World War Classroom Activities
    • Design Thinking for Social Studies teachers LIMITED SPOTS
    • Developing Humanitarian Thinkers: Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL)
    • Economics 12 - Thoughts on the New Curriculum
    • Empowering Sustainability Leadership in your Classroom FULL
    • Enhancing Social Studies through Youth Exchanges
    • Free (or almost free) Voting and Democracy-themed Tools and Resources for Teachers
    • Genius Hour 101 - How to implement Inquiry Based Learning in your classroom LIMITED SPOTS
    • Globally Themed Pro-D for BC's Educators: Resources and Strategies for the New Curriculum
    • Hidden Children, Identity and the Holocaust: how to teach a unit of study on the Holocaust using the stories of hidden children
    • Indigenous Peoples Giant Floor Map of Canada - Ready to go lessons and activities. FULL
    • Integrating Critical Thinking in the classroom: An SFU initiative to support teachers FULL
    • Introducing East End Stories: Community History in Strathcona
    • Making History Meaningful: the Power of Narrative and Historical Thinking LIMITED SPOTS
    • Meet the new Elections Canada suite of resources
    • New Resources for Teaching Law: Grades 5-12 FULL
    • SFU History Department:
    • Solidarity 1983 - Then and Now
    • Teaching Social Studies Warts and All Beyond Blame and Shame to Constructive Action

    • Teaching the History and Experiences of Working People in BC